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Govs Baseball drop two games over weekend

APSU baseball (10-9, 4-2 Ohio Valley Conference) recorded their first conference losses of the season over the weekend as Murray State (11-8, 3-3 OVC) took the series 2-1. The Racers took the first contest behind a 8-6 win that featured a 7-0 lead for the home team after three innings. ...

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Lady Govs softball goes 1-3 at Racer Classic

On the opening day of the Racer Classic, the Lady Govs fell to Murray State on Thursday, March 9. According to letsgopeay.com, the final score was 3-1. APSU trailed the Racers throughout the entire contest. The Lady Govs were able to score their one run in the top of the ...

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Lady Govs softball goes 2-3 at Red and Blue Classic

The Lady Govs faced the Nicholls State Colonels for the opening game of the Red & Blue Classic at 10 a.m. on March 5, at the Ole Miss Softball complex, and secured a 4-3 victory. Allie Blackwood scored the Lady Govs’ first run in the bottom of the second on ...

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Govs have big test on Rocky Top

APSU Baseball (9-6, 3-0 Ohio Valley Conference) will soon travel across the east side of the Tennessee River to play against SEC Powerhouse, The University of Tennessee. The Govs are coming off a major series victory with a 3-0 sweep over Jacksonville State, a team that was picked to finish ...

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Men’s Basketball player Josh Robinson arrested

According to the Montgomery County Booking Log, APSU men’s basketball player Josh Robinson was arrested on Tuesday, March 7 for Schedule VI marijuana and casual exchange. Robinson’s bond was set at $7,000. According to Tennessee State Drug Laws, a Schedule VI could range anywhere from a misdemeanor to a Class ...

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Craig shines in Govs’ spring scrimmage

Govs football saw rising sophomore JaVaughn Craig start as quarterback in the red and white spring game on Saturday, Feb. 4. in his first action since the end of the season, Craig went 7-for-8 on passing, including one touchdown pass. Offensively, APSU’s success carried over from the fall, with Kentell ...

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