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Massoni, Rogers Lead OVC Award Selections

The 2013 Austin Peay baseball team continues to fill up the record books, as eight players were named to the All-Ohio Valley Conference team for the regular season, tying the record in APSU history. Six of the eight names were first team All-OVC recipients, which breaks the previous record in ...

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2013 OVC Baseball Tournament Preview

The 2013 Ohio Valley Conference Baseball Tournament will kick off on Wednesday, May 22 at The Ballpark in Jackson, TN. The top six schools in the conference will compete for a chance to be crowned tournament champions and earn an automatic berth in the NCAA Regional Tournament. Two teams, Tennessee ...

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Govs Complete Sweep of Cougars on Senior Day

The APSU Bat Govs wrapped up the regular season on Saturday, May 18 with a 16-5 win over SIU Edwardsville at Raymond C. Hank Park, finishing the year winning 16 out of the 17 contests with a 12-game winning streak. Prior to the game, the four seniors of the 2013 ...

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Austin Peay Edges Out SIU Edwardsville

After winning 20-2 on Thursday, Austin Peay continued their winning streak by defeating SIU Edwardsville 10-8 on Friday, May 17 at Raymond C. Hand Park. APSU (41-13, 21-7) tacked on another 16 hits in the series, increasing the total to 47 in two games. The Govs jumped out to 8-1 ...

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Govs Dismantle Cougars in Game One

To open up a three-game Ohio Valley Conference series, Austin Peay defeated the SIU Edwardsville Cougars by a wide margin of 20-2 on Thursday, May 16 at Raymond C. Hand Park. The Govs (40-13, 20-7) scored nine runs in the second inning, and did allow SIU Edwardsville (16-33, 10-18) to ...

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Austin Peay Completes Sweep at UT-Martin

Austin Peay earned a three-game sweep over the UT-Martin Skyhawks on May 10-12 at Skyhawk Field to improve their winning streak to eight games. The Govs (38-13, 19-7) remain in fourth place of the Ohio Valley Conference standings, but are now just one win away from tying Jacksonville State for ...

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