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APSU soccer falls at SIUE

Lady Govs soccer saw their undefeated record in the OVC fall over the weekend with a 1-0 loss to SIU- Edwardsville. APSU managed to scrap together seven shots to SIUE’s 12, but failed to convert the opportunities into goals on Oct. 14.   SIUE (8-5-2, 3-1-2 OVC) opened scoring in ...

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APSU lose two straight after clash at Eastern Illinois

The Lady Govs soccer team had an opportunity to bounce back from their first OVC loss on Sunday, Oct. 16 away to Eastern Illinois, but lost 1-0 to the Panthers. APSU (8-6-2, 3-2-2 OVC) produced 10 corner kicks on the day and channeled 13 shots, turning four shots on target. ...

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Tiasha Gray heads to Sweden

APSU alumna and former basketball player, Tiasha Gray headed to Sweden  to play basketball for the Sweden Mark Basket on Monday, Oct. 17. Gray is on a temporary two month contract. After two months, the team can decided if they want to extend Gray’s contract for the rest of the ...

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APSU struggles in 20-game losing streak

The Governors football team is currently struggling in the Healy era with a 20-game losing streak. Despite all of the losses, there have been some things to celebrate this season. Tommy Hays rushed for two touchdowns and completed 83 percent of passes, for 160 yards, in the Governors’ 45-17 loss ...

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Robertson awarded third OVC Player of the Week award of season

Junior Lady Govs soccer forward Kirstin Robertson was named the adidas® OVC Player of the Week for the third time this season. This feat was only duplicated once, by teammate McKenzie Dixon in 2015. Robertson added to her offensive resume over a two-game road weekend with two goals and two assists against ...

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Lady Govs volleyball defeats EKU Colonels in 4 sets

The Lady Govs’ volleyball team traveled to Richmond, Kentucky for their match against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016. According to letsgopeay.com, the Lady Govs seized a four set win (25-11, 16-25, 25-19, 25-20). Because of six errors committed by EKU in the first set, APSU easily jumped out to ...

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