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Sports unite a city going through nightmares

It’s hard to understand why people want to cause harm to others. On Monday, April 15, two suspects set off bombs near the finish line at the Boston Marathon. Lives were lost, hundreds were injured, and a nation was struck at one of its most vulnerable positions: a public event ...

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Change in program puts APSU tennis on the map

>>By Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer It is a very interesting situation for a high school athlete looking to play their sport at the next level. Depending on your talent level you might have the opportunity to go to a powerhouse in your sport or you may go to a smaller ...

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Behind stellar pitching, Lady Govs softball sweeps SEMO

The Lady Govs won both games in their double-header against the Southeast Missouri State Lady Redhawks on Sunday, April 28. The game was rescheduled from Saturday, April 27, due to inclement weather. The Lady Govs honored their seniors, Shelby Norton, Morgan Brewer and Jessica Ryan, on Senior Day before the ...

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Golf Govs win OVC

It has been a storied year for APSU’s athletic program as the men’s golf team brought home the OVC championship, the sixth championship for the Govs during the academic year of 2012-2013. Heavy rain halted play on the final day of the OVC golf tournament at GreyStone Golf Course in ...

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Bat Govs Win Road Series at EKU

After winning a key Ohio Valley Conference series against Belmont, followed by two mid-week victories over non-conference opponent Evansville, APSU baseball traveled to Eastern Kentucky to take on the Colonials in a three-game set. Due to a schedule change, the two teams met for a doubleheader at noon on Friday, ...

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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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