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Govs have big test on Rocky Top

APSU Baseball (9-6, 3-0 Ohio Valley Conference) will soon travel across the east side of the Tennessee River to play against SEC Powerhouse, The University of Tennessee. The Govs are coming off a major series victory with a 3-0 sweep over Jacksonville State, a team that was picked to finish ...

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Men’s Basketball player Josh Robinson arrested

According to the Montgomery County Booking Log, APSU men’s basketball player Josh Robinson was arrested on Tuesday, March 7 for Schedule VI marijuana and casual exchange. Robinson’s bond was set at $7,000. According to Tennessee State Drug Laws, a Schedule VI could range anywhere from a misdemeanor to a Class ...

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Craig shines in Govs’ spring scrimmage

Govs football saw rising sophomore JaVaughn Craig start as quarterback in the red and white spring game on Saturday, Feb. 4. in his first action since the end of the season, Craig went 7-for-8 on passing, including one touchdown pass. Offensively, APSU’s success carried over from the fall, with Kentell ...

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Loos to retire from coaching position

APSU Men’s Basketball Head Coach Dave Loos is retiring after 27 years, 16 of which Loos also served as athletics director. Loos will officially announce his retirement on Monday, March 6, at 11 a.m. in a press conference. Loos has earned the team 421 victories, four Ohio Valley Conference Tournament ...

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Baseball upsets North Carolina State on the road

Despite being outscored 15-6 in the opening two games of the series, Govs baseball was able to record their biggest win of the season 7-3 over North Carolina State (4-2) on Sunday, Feb. 26. The bulk of APSU’s runs came in the eighth, but the Govs never trailed in the ...

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Baseball hopes high for 2017 season

Now is a good time to be a fan of APSU baseball. The Govs are off to a 3-1 start, and the offense is getting runs throughout the entire lineup, outscoring opponents 37-21. On top of the hot start in games, things looked promising over the offseason. Head Coach Travis ...

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