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ICYMI: Summer Changes of APSU Athletics

During the late spring and early summer, staffing changes were made to APSU athletics, promotion of Derek van der Merwe to Vice President of Advancement, Communication and Initiative Strategies and the announcement of Ryan Ivey as the new athletic director. Women’s Basketball Head Coach Carrie Daniels’ contract was not renewed ...

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APSU doesn’t sign Daniels to a contract; Loos stays

On Monday, March 9, APSU Athletics decided not to bring back Lady Govs basketball Head Coach Carrie Daniels following the team’s Ohio Valley Conference tournament loss to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville a week before. The loss ended the 2014-15 season with an overall record of 10-20, resulting in Daniels’ and ...

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Carrie Daniels fired as women’s basketball coach

Following the team’s first-round elimination from the Ohio Valley Conference tournament, APSU women’s basketball Head Coach Carrie Daniels has been fired. Daniels coached the Lady Govs to a 98-177 overall record over nine seasons with a .411 winning percentage in the OVC. Athletic Director Derek van der Merwe gave Daniels a one year ...

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Lady Govs look to stay in contention

The Austin Peay Lady Govs had two games over the weekend, both resulting in a loss making their record 8-19 overall while 6-9 in Ohio Valley Conference play. The Lady Govs first loss was in the Dunn Center at APSU against Southeastern Illinois University of Edwardsville 77-62. Senior Kristen Stainback ...

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Lady Govs cannot contain Murray

The APSU women’s basketball team went up against Murray State University on Saturday, Feb 7, losing by the score of 98-84. Tiasha Gray led APSU with 31 points, but that was not enough to secure a victory. Ke’shunan James was the leading scorer for Murray State with 30 points in ...

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Lady Govs never trail in home win

On Saturday, Jan. 31, the APSU Lady Governors basketball team took on Southeastern Missouri State University. The final score was APSU 70-62. Beth Rates had the big night for APSU with 12 points and 16 boards, which was her season best. SEMO’s leading scorer was Jasmine Robinson with 13. APSU ...

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