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Govs fall short in heartbreaker

Just two points separated the Govs from earning the first victory of the season against Southeast Missouri in the final game at Governors Stadium before renovations begin. Down 34-36 with a minute remaining, the APSU offense led a drive down field while converting twice on fourth down to cross midfield. ...

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Austin Peay Topped by Skyhawks on Homecoming

The 69th edition of homecoming at Austin Peay took place on Saturday, Oct. 26 with many events happening on campus throughout the week into the weekend. All things led to Governors Stadium, with APSU taking on UT Martin in an Ohio Valley Conference match-up. The Govs (0-8, 0-4) scored a ...

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APSU Softball 2014 Schedule Announced

Just as the baseball schedule was released, the APSU Sports Information Department also released the slate for the Lady Govs softball team. For the fall season, APSU finished with a perfect 6-0 record, but still have until Feb. 7 before the first regular season to begin. The Lady Govs will ...

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2014 APSU Baseball Schedule Released

The full slate of games for the 2014 APSU baseball season was released on Wednesday, Oct. 23, featuring 31 games at the Bat Govs’ home ballpark of Raymond C. Hand Park. Offseason preparation are in full swing for APSU, with the annual Red-White World Series in the books. The White ...

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Austin Peay-Eastern Kentucky Preview

After a brutal five weeks against three FBS opponents Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and Ohio, along with Chattanooga, Austin Peay is set to open up Ohio Valley Conference play following a bye week on Saturday, Oct. 5 against Eastern Kentucky. The Govs will come into Roy Kidd Stadium with a 0-4 record, ...

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Player Profile: APSU Men’s basketball player Travis Betran

Travis Betran may have started playing basketball late in life, but that doesn’t stop him from scoring big in the OVC. Adopted at age four by his Aunt in Harlem, New York, Betran’s story is different than that of most college basketball players; he didn’t start playing until the 10th ...

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