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Big runs bring down Govs basketball team

–fig1013@gmail.com The Gov’s basketball team had a hard time this past week, dropping both its games against Western Kentucky and DePaul. The Govs were able to hang tough in both games, but long droughts killed them in both games. Against Western on Tuesday, Nov. 13, the Govs had a hard ...

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Govs’ basketball expecting rebound from sub-par seasons

–fig1013@gmail.com It is that time of year when the APSU basketball gets started. The men’s team looks to rebound from a disappointing 12-20 campaign that saw the team lose four starters who led the team in scoring in every game except two last season. The women’s team has more experience ...

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What APSU athletics need: traditions

–fig1013@gmail.com Smaller schools like APSU will likely never win a championship in any sport. In some sports such as football, APSU does not play in the highest division. Students and athletes alike know this when choosing to attend less well-known schools like APSU over larger schools in the area, like ...

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Govs season ends with loss to Jacksonville State, 70-75

By Trent Singer – tsinger@my.apsu.edu NASHVILLE – After entering the 2012 season with four returning starters, Austin Peay’s men’s basketball season came to its ultimate end on Wednesday night, Feb. 29, in Municipal Auditorium, as the No. 6 seeded Govs fell to the No. 7 seeded Jacksonville State Gamecocks in ...

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Govs beat Redhawks, prepare for tourney

» By TRENT SINGER – tsinger@my.apsu.edu In their last game in Dave Aaron Arena, the Govs’ four seniors, TyShwan Edmondson, Melvin Baker, Josh Terry and John Fraley, combined for 56 points as APSU defeated the Southeast Missouri Redhawks, 68-59, on Saturday, Feb. 25. Edmondson led all players in scoring with ...

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Govs snap 5-game skid

» By TRENT SINGER – tsinger@my.apsu.edu Coming off a conference home loss against Morehead State, the Govs bounced back to their winning ways on Saturday, Feb. 18, with a 71-68 victory over former conference rival Youngstown State. The starting lineup combined for 35 points, but the key performer was senior ...

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