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Bat Govs sweep EIU, move to 3rd in OVC

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The Govs had lost nine of their last 12 games and were averaging three runs a game coming into this weekend. The Govs’ bats heated up this weekend. In a three-game Ohio Valley Conference series at home against the Eastern Illinois Panthers, they ...

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Lady Govs beat SEMO 2-1

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer APSU 101 000 0 – 2 SEMO 000 000 1 – 1 Lady Govs’ junior pitcher Ashley Bolda pitched a complete game and grounded the Southeast Missouri Redhawks, 2-1, to avoid an OVC series sweep. Bolda had to withstand a last inning rally ...

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Gautier having breakout freshman year, hitting streak ends at 18 games

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The 2010-11 Govs baseball team roster has 12 freshmen on it. Among those, one freshman has gotten a great start to the season and is making his mark on the team. Outfielder Rolando Gautier is creating a buzz. Gautier is currently third on ...

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Lady Govs end losing streak with 5-4 win

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer After jumping out to a 3-1 lead, the Lady Govs were able to hold off the Eastern Michigan Eagles to end a three-game losing streak with a 5-4 victory. It was the end of a three-game series with the Eagles that had been ...

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Bat Govs split series 1-1 with Murray

By ANTHONY SHINGLER | Senior Staff Writer The Govs baseball team opened the 2011 Ohio Valley Conference season with a doubleheader Sunday, March 27, at Murray State. The Govs opened both games strong, offensively jumping out to early leads. However, they were only able to hold the Thoroughbreds and finish ...

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Weather postpones softball game against Tennessee

APSU’s scheduled softball game with No. 11 Tennessee, scheduled for tonight, has been postponed due to iinclement weather. The two teams now will play 5 p.m., Tuesday, April 26, at Lady Govs Field. APSU’s next action will be an OVC doubleheader against Tennessee State, 5 p.m., Thursday, March 31, at ...

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