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Bat Govs break records over the weekend

» By DANIEL NEWTON – dnewton7@my.apsu.edu The Bat Govs had one of the longest weekends of their life. The game that saw its start at 3:06 p.m. on Friday, April 6, ended around 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 7. It took 17 innings and five hours, 40 minutes of game ...

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Lady Govs tennis split OVC matches

» By DANIEL NEWTON dnewton7@my.apsu.edu The APSU women’s tennis team split two matches during the week to Ohio Valley Conference opponents Eastern Illinois and Murray State. Hosting both matches at home, the Lady Govs defeated Eastern Illinois on Tuesday, March 27, 5-2. The Lady Govs fell to the visiting Murray ...

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Kentucky defeats Kansas, earns 8th NCAA national title

» By TRENT SINGER – tsinger@my.apsu.edu As the 2012 NCAA tournament came to its ultimate end, the Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Kansas Jayhawks, 67-59, in New Orleans on Monday, April 2. Kentucky sophomore Doron Lamb ended the game with 22 points, while freshman Anthony Davis contributed six points and 16 ...

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Mark it 7! With a 6-0 record in Ohio Valley Conference play, the Bat Govs sweep UT Martin to match last year’s longest win streak of seven games

» By DANIEL NEWTON – dnewton7@my.apsu.edu The Bat Govs kept their Ohio Valley Conference record perfect this weekend, Friday, March 30, through Sunday, April 1, taking three games from UT Martin. The team won all three games by four or more runs, totaling six home runs for the series and ...

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Lady Govs win series over Eastern Kentucky

» By DANIEL NEWTON – dnewton7@my.apsu.edu After splitting a double-header on Saturday, March 31, against Eastern Kentucky, the Lady Govs were able to take the series on Sunday with a 3-2 win. Saturday’s games were split with Eastern Kentucky winning the first, 3-2, and the Lady Govs winning the second, ...

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Sports Perspective: Goodell defends purity of NFL

» By TRENT SINGER – tsinger@my.apsu.edu As the NFL concluded investigations of the New Orleans Saints’ alleged bounty scandal, commissioner Roger Goodell was forced to ensure bounties would end once and for all. The commissioner handed out unprecedented suspensions and fines, suspending former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams indefinitely, head coach ...

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