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Bat Govs win series with EKU 2-1

By AARON FORSGREN | Guest Writer The Govs took on the Eastern Kentucky Colonels in an Ohio Valley Conference doubleheader Saturday, April 9. They went into the games with an overall record of (13-14, 3-2 OVC) against Eastern Kentucky, who had a record of (9-20, 2-4 OVC). The Govs split ...

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Predators look to reverse playoff woes

Associated Press The Nashville Predators know they are playing the Anaheim Ducks. The opponent almost doesn’t matter for a franchise that realizes making the postseason isn’t enough. Not anymore. The Predators are in the playoffs for the sixth time in seven seasons, part of select company with Montreal, San Jose ...

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Ground & Pound Friday Night Fights features MMA fights in the Foy

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Witnesses say several fights broke out in the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center Saturday, April 10. Those same witnesses admitted to cheering for the fighters and hoping for some knockouts. For the first time since its opening, the Foy was the site of ...

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Govs tennis beat Jacksonville St. 6-1

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The Govs men’s tennis team closed out the regular season with a 6-1 Ohio Valley Conference win over Jacksonville St. at home Friday, April 8. The win earned the Govs a second straight appearance in the OVC tournament. The Govs won their last ...

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Former athletics director dies

Former Athletics Director Bob Brooks passed away in his sleep Tuesday, April 5, at his home in Tulsa, Okla. He served APSU from 1984-88 and brought in Lake Kelley as head basketball coach in 1986. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Mary, two sons, two daughters and ...

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Walker scores 16 while UConn defense smothers Bulldogs, 53-41

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Neither team shot the lights out in Houston, Texas, but the UConn Huskies made enough shots to capture the 2011 National Championship. “I’m just happy the hard worked paid off and we were able to prove people wrong when they said we couldn’t,” ...

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