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Govs lose at home to TTU

» By TRENT SINGER – tsinger@my.apsu.edu Nearly a month had passed since the Govs lost a game at the Dunn Center, but following a combined 62 points from the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles’ Jud Dillard and Kevin Murphy, the Govs came up short on Thursday, Feb. 2, 94-88. Several players ...

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Men’s Basketball Preview 2011

Josh Terry Averaged 11 points and 4.3 rounds per game in the 2011 season. Tyshwan Edmonson Lead the 2010 season and was second in the OVC scoring with 17.1 ppg. John Fraley Started all 34 games in 2011 season and was 4th in the OVC in rebounding. » By MARLON ...

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Govs tame the Mules 107-96

By MARLON SCOTT – mscott5@my.apsu.edu The CMSU Mules came out kicking, but it was not enough to stop the Govs high-powered offense from overcoming a 12-point deficit and earn the 107-96 exhibition win. This was the fifth time the two teams faced each other in an exhibition game. This win ...

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Williams and Caldwell not returning to Govs basketball

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Juniors Marcel Williams and Tyrone Caldwell will not be returning to the Govs basketball roster next season. Williams, a 6-6 forward, will not have his scholarship renewed. In the 2010-11 season Williams played in a reserve role averaging 10.7 minutes and 1.8 points ...

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Former athletics director dies

Former Athletics Director Bob Brooks passed away in his sleep Tuesday, April 5, at his home in Tulsa, Okla. He served APSU from 1984-88 and brought in Lake Kelley as head basketball coach in 1986. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Mary, two sons, two daughters and ...

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Govs eliminated from the College Basketball Invitational

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer Boise State’s La Shard Anderson hit a last second shot to give the Broncos the win over the Govs in the first round of the College Basketball Invitational Tournament, 83-80. The Govs finished the season 20-14 overall. They lose only one senior, point ...

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