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Lady Govs break even in Nashville series

The Austin Peay Lady Governors were in two Ohio Valley Conference series match ups in Nashville on Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21. In the first game of a double header against Belmont, the Lady Govs got off to an early one-run lead in the top of the first ...

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Bat Govs Win Doubleheader Over Evansville

The APSU Bat Govs were scheduled to take on the Evansville Purple Aces on Tuesday, April 16, but due to threats at Evansville, a doubleheader was played on Wednesday, April 24 at Raymond C. Hand Park between the two teams. Both games were seven innings rather than nine, which is ...

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Govs capture OVC tennis tournament

»Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer APSU’s men’s and women’s tennis team entered the conference tournament weekend at Heflin Tennis Center on Friday, April 19, with something to prove to themselves, the conference and to their first year Head Coach Ross Brown. The regular season has been a tale of two different ...

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Bat Govs win crucial series against Belmont

In a crucial Ohio Valley Conference series at Raymond C. Hand Park, the Belmont Bruins made the trip up to Clarksville for a three-game set against the APSU. APSU (28-12, 11-6 OVC) stays in fourth in the OVC standings, but has gained ground on Belmont (27-11, 14-4 OVC), who ties ...

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Cheerleaders finish 2nd at NCA Collegiate Nationals

The APSU cheerleading team won second place at the National Cheerleaders Association National Championship in Cheer Division I on Friday, April 12, in Daytona Beach, FL. Shandy Ellis-Brown, cheerleading coach, said he is proud of the team. He said he started coaching for APSU again about three years ago. “I ...

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Tradition has to start somewhere for Cannon

»Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer APSU’s new head football coach Kirby Cannon understands what kind of program he signed with when APSU hired him back in mid-March. He understands that the team he is now in charge of had a 2-9 season last year and lost their two best offensive players ...

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