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Lady Govs use second half to get first win of the season

The Lady Govs basketball team came out slow in the second game of the year trailing Christian Brothers 35-31 at halftime before securing the first win of the season 76-57. APSU (1-1) outscored the Lady Bucs 45-22 in the second half behind a career high 23 points from junior Brianne ...

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Lady Govs Volleyball await OVC Tournament

The Lady Govs volleyball team (23-10, 12-4 OVC) earned the number three seed in the Ohio Valley Conference Championship Tournament. The Lady Govs will take on six seeded Tennessee State. The only meeting between APSU and TSU was a 3-0 win for the Lady Govs on the road in late ...

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Williams makes OVC history

Kentel Williams made APSU history two days in a row. During the game against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday, Nov. 12, Williams had 399 all-purpose yards, setting an APSU and conference record as a freshman. This is the most all-purpose yards in one game by any NCAA team this season, from ...

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Lady Govs go 1-1 before OVC Championship

APSU’s volleyball team took a loss against Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville on Saturday, Nov. 11. SIUE overtook the Lady Govs in three sets (17-25, 22-25, 24-26). APSU uncharacteristically only posted 12 kills and were held to .075 attack percentage in the first set. The lack of a solid offensive ...

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Govs continue football drought with 37 point deficit

In what could have been the best chance for a Govs football win this season, the Eastern Kentucky Colonels scored a season high 67 points against APSU. The Govs fell very short losing 67-30. “I give them a lot of credit,” Head Coach Will Healy said. “They beat us from the first ...

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Lady Govs basketball wins exhibition game

The Lady Govs Basketball team competed at the Dunn Center in an exhibition game against Kentucky Wesleyan College on Monday, Nov. 7. The Lady Govs showed great intensity at the beginning of the game. This gave them a 14-6 lead early. By the end of the first period, the Lady ...

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