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Loos to retire from coaching position

APSU Men’s Basketball Head Coach Dave Loos is retiring after 27 years, 16 of which Loos also served as athletics director. Loos will officially announce his retirement on Monday, March 6, at 11 a.m. in a press conference. Loos has earned the team 421 victories, four Ohio Valley Conference Tournament ...

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Baseball upsets North Carolina State on the road

Despite being outscored 15-6 in the opening two games of the series, Govs baseball was able to record their biggest win of the season 7-3 over North Carolina State (4-2) on Sunday, Feb. 26. The bulk of APSU’s runs came in the eighth, but the Govs never trailed in the ...

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Baseball hopes high for 2017 season

Now is a good time to be a fan of APSU baseball. The Govs are off to a 3-1 start, and the offense is getting runs throughout the entire lineup, outscoring opponents 37-21. On top of the hot start in games, things looked promising over the offseason. Head Coach Travis ...

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Lady Govs close out home season in blowout

APSU women’s basketball (13-15, 7-8 Ohio Valley Conference) left the Dunn Center for the last time this season with their heads held high following a 85-60 thrashing of the University of Tennessee at Martin (10-18, 7-8 OVC) on Wednesday, Feb. 22. Leading the charge for APSU was junior Brianne Alexander ...

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APSU bats stay hot against SIU

APSU baseball (3-1) continued to find success in the opening portion of the season after blasting the visiting Southern Illinois Salukis (3-1) 10-3 on Wednesday, Feb. 22. The Govs’ hot streak stems from an offensive that has produced 37 runs in the opening four games. It was the opening frames ...

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Murry, Jones shine on Senior Day vs. SIUE

In their final game at the Dunn Center on Dave Loos Court seniors John Murry and Kenny Jones issued a dominating performance to lead APSU (10-18, 6-8 Ohio Valley Conference) to a 92-84 win over SIUE (5-24, 0-15 OVC). The win keeps the Govs mathematically in the running for a ...

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