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GeaPing up for March

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Everyone who witnessed Tennessee Tech guard Kevin Murphy hit a game-winning 3-pointer to eliminate the Govs from the OVC tournament quarterfinals in the Dunn Center last season can not wait for the Govs to play in the OVC tournament this year. Part of ...

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Trade deadline provokes major moves

Marlon Scott | Senior Staff Writer The clock wound down to 0:00 for the NBA trade deadline on Thursday, Feb. 24, and, as expected, several teams made moves to either make a push for the playoffs or start rebuilding for next year. Some of the trades everyone has been talking ...

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Bat Govs sweep Valparaiso 3-0 to open season

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer The Govs welcomed the Valparaiso Crusaders to open their season at Raymond C. Hand field. The three-game series began on Friday, Feb. 18, featured several weather elements from delaying rain to high, ball-stealing winds. However, when the sky cleared and bright sunshine warmed ...

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Lady Govs beat Tech, run winning streak to 5 games

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Clutch players make big plays for their team when they need it. Lady Govs’ junior guard Whitney Hanley proved she was a clutch player with key baskets in the last two minutes of the Lady Govs 63-57 win against the Tennessee Tech Golden ...

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Lady Govs finish Spring Classic 1-3

By JANNA SIMPKINS | Staff Writer Spring weather appeared last weekend Feb. 19-20, as the Lady Govs (2-6) hit the field for their annual Austin Peay Spring Classic. The Lady Govs split on Saturday, Feb. 19, with a 7-0 loss to Cleveland State (5-4), and a 5-4 win over Missouri-Kansas ...

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Brutal fight in the NHL raises the question: How much violence is too much?

Jenelle Grewell | News Editor ‘‘A 60-minute brawl’’ is the best way to describe the Friday, Feb. 11, hockey game between the Pittsburg Penguins and the New York Islanders. The sports world waited to see what sort of punishment the NHL would sentence for the multiple fights and extended penalty ...

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