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Govs prepare for OVC with win less season

» By ANTHONY SHINGLER – ashingler@my.apsu.edu Winless. That one word summarizes the Govs basketball team so far this season. The Govs are off to their worst start since the 1993-94 season. They lost their home opener against MTSU Saturday, Nov. 26, 90-70, making their record 0-7. “We really got it ...

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Govs lose Sgt. York Trophy for 4th straight year

» By Marlon Scott – mscott@my.apsu.edu With a win in their final game against Tennessee Tech, the Govs would have earned the Sgt. York Trophy for the first time since the series began in 2007. However, since they lost, the Govs remain the only team in the series yet to ...

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Govs beat by rival Murray State

» By ANTHONY SHINGLER – ashingler@my.apsu.edu The Murray State Racers raced to a 56-24 victory over the Govs Saturday, Nov. 12. The Govs dropped to 3-7 overall, and 2-5 in the Ohio Valley Conference standing. Murray State improved to 6-4 overall, and 4-3 in the OVC. It did not take ...

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Basketball Preview 2011

Whitney Hanley Named 17th among OVC scoring leaders and second-team all OVC in the 2010-11 season Nicole Olszewski Started 26 games and finished third on team in scoring in the 2010-11 season Meghan Bussabarger Played in all 33 games, and ranked third in rebounding during 2010-11 season » By MARLON ...

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Lady Govs win season opener 76-71

» By MARLON SCOTT – mscott5@my.apsu.edu After only one exhibition game, the Lady Govs basketball team dove head first into the regular season with a home opener against the Southern Illinois Salukis. The two teams have only played 3 times before, with the Salukis up 2-1 in the series. With ...

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Men’s Basketball Preview 2011

Josh Terry Averaged 11 points and 4.3 rounds per game in the 2011 season. Tyshwan Edmonson Lead the 2010 season and was second in the OVC scoring with 17.1 ppg. John Fraley Started all 34 games in 2011 season and was 4th in the OVC in rebounding. » By MARLON ...

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