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Govs open OVC season with a bang

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer While students were off playing in the snow, purchasing gifts for the holiday season and eating mass amounts of food, the hardwood Govs were hard at work winning eight of ten games that were on the slate. The Govs currently sit in first ...

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Lady Govs pick up 2 OVC wins on the road

By JANNA SIMPKINS | Guest Writer What’s better than a win over TSU? A win over Murray. In the last two weekends the Lady Govs have done both. They are wrapping up January strong with two quality Ohio Valley Conference wins, first defeating Murray State in Murray, Ky., Saturday, Jan. ...

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Hall of Fame coach Dupes passes away

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Former football coach and APSU Athletic Hall of Fame inductee William D. “Bill” Dupes died Saturday, Jan. 8, at Parkwest Medical Center in Knoxville, Tenn. He was 81 and is survived by his wife Peggy and four children: Donna, Mark, Billy and David. ...

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Hudson breaks School Record

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Sophomore Cenitra Hudson made school history Saturday, Jan. 8, at the Ed Temple/Tennessee State Invitational held at the Gentry Center in Nashville, Tenn. In addition to improving her personal best in the 200-meter dash, Hudson set a new school record in the triple ...

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Govs start OVC 2-0 for 4th consecutive season

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The hardwood Govs (5-4 overall, 2-0 OVC) opened their Ohio Valley Conference schedule up with a clean sweep over SEMO, Thursday, Dec. 2, and EIU, Saturday, Dec. 4, to move to 2-0 in conference opening weekend. Down 13, after two free throws from ...

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Lady Govs swept by ‘fighting’ Illini

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer The Lady Govs volleyball team had 26 wins under their belt before they travelled to Champaign, Ill., to play in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championship Saturday, Dec. 4. Nervous, excited and determined are probably just a few of the ...

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