Home / Sports / Basketball (page 4)

Basketball

Josh Robinson named OVC Player of the Week

Josh Robinson led the way for APSU Men’s Basketball by scoring a combined 62 points in the Govs two game road trip to Illinois on Jan. 12 and 14. Robinson’s leadership and efforts on the trip did not go unnoticed as he was named Ohio Valley Conference Player of the ...

Read More »

Loos takes leave of absence

APSU’s Athletics Department has announced that head men’s basketball coach and all-time Ohio Valley Conference wins leader Dave Loos, 69, will be taking an indefinite leave of absence to focus on health. The leave will begin with the away game against Tennessee Tech on Jan. 5. Loos has been in ...

Read More »

Govs win home opener 107-67

The Govs basketball team faced Oakland City at the Dunn Center on Monday, Nov. 14. This was the seventh meeting between APSU and Oakland City, with APSU going 7-0. This time, the Govs claimed a 107-67 victory over the Mighty Oaks. The Govs had a hot start and within the first ...

Read More »

Govs basketball wins last exhibition game

APSU’s Govs took on the Sewanee Tigers on Friday, Nov. 4, at the Dunn Center. This was the Govs’ last expedition game before the beginning of the regular season. They came out on top with a score of 89-72. The Govs spent most of the first half trailing the Tigers. ...

Read More »

Govs dominate exhibition game

The APSU men’s basketball team beat Thomas More 112-63 for their first exhibition game of the 2016-17 season on Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Dunn Center. For the first time since 2011, the Govs put up triple digits in an exhibition game. Six Govs scored double digits during the game. ...

Read More »

Editorial: Cavs force Game 7 and “NBA is rigged”

So, if you know anything about sports, you know LeBron James and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers just embarrassed the 73-9 regular season No. 1 seed Golden State Warriors. 115-101. Of course, LeBron haters came out of the woodwork and talked about how the NBA is rigged. One of ...

Read More »