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Baseball GM 1: Iowa 11, APSU 5

With eight errors committed in the field, the Govs were unsuccessful in capturing a win on Opening Day on Saturday, Feb. 15 as Iowa took advantage of the mistakes to win 11-5 at Raymond C. Hand Park. The Hawkeyes put up seven runs in the top of the fourth inning, ...

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Dyson, Betran lead Govs past Panthers

Just when it appeared junior guard Ed Dyson was a couple shots from sending Eastern Illinois back home with a double-digit loss, he was unable to convert critical shots from the foul line to allow the Panthers to charge back. But in basketball, there is always a player you can ...

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First lady: Gay football player is ‘inspiration’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama says a gay University of Missouri football player is “an inspiration to all of us.” The first lady took to Twitter on Monday to comment on Michael Sam, the all-American college player who announced Sunday that he is gay. Mrs. Obama says she “couldn’t be ...

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Seniors counting down the days until Opening Day

For three seniors, the 2014 baseball season can’t come soon enough. The preseason preparations are coming to a close, meaning the Govs can now count on one hand how many days there are until Opening Day. But as the players will tell you, they are prepared to hit the field ...

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NEHS grad among 7 Vols cited for alcohol

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Seven more Tennessee football players, including one Clarksville native,  have received citations in connection with a party that led to the arrests of two current players and one former Volunteer. A police report filed by the Knox County Sheriff’s Office states that linebackers Curt Maggitt, Jakob ...

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Lady Govs get revenge against Southeast Missouri

The Lady Govs earn the first four-game road winning streak under Head Coach Carrie Daniels with a 87-74 win Monday, February 3 against Southeast Missouri. The Lady Govs avenge a 75-64 loss the suffered at the hands of the Redhawks on Saturday, January 4 in the Dunn Center. The Lady ...

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