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Lady Govs finish with 7 straight

By DAVID SCHERER | Staff Writer This year has been one of the most successful in the history of the APSU Lady Govs volleyball team, and the team hopes to keep their run alive by winning the OVC tournament. The weekend of Friday, Nov. 12, the Lady Govs wrapped up ...

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Govs win season opener, 64-62

After flashes of excellence in the preseason, GOV JUCO transfers Tyshwan Edmondson and Josh Terry both came up big in the 64-62 victory Friday, Nov. 12 in the Gov’s season opener at St. Louis University. Edmondson knocked down a pair of free throws with 4.2 seconds remaining in regulation. On ...

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Holt scores 3 touchdowns in Senior Night loss to Racers

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer The rain pelting the turf of the field in Governors Stadium probably drowned out the cheers of the APSU fans wearing plastic ponchos and huddling under umbrellas as senior running back Terrence Holt sprinted down the field in the second quarter. The rain ...

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FFJ week 10: countdown to the playoffs

Only three weeks remain in the regular season of The All State fantasy league and the fight for the top spot is building in intensity. Only two games separate the top team from the bottom. In addition, four of the six teams were tied going into week 10. Everyone sees ...

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Lady Govs going for 3-peat

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Has the rest of the Ohio Valley Conference learned their lesson yet? This should be the question foremost on the mind of fans of the 2010-11 Lady Govs basketball team. For two years in a row, the Lady Govs stormed through the OVC ...

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Haley Janicek: new coach extending success

By DAVID SCHERER | Staff Writer Whenever one thinks about APSU athletics, one always hear about the men’s and women’s basketball teams making it to the NCAA tournament, or about the football team coming so close to winning a game. A program that has pushed itself to the forefront in ...

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