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Carkuff getting it done early

APSU Alumnus and former Gov Jared Carkuff is putting up big numbers for the 2015 Gulf Coast League Division Champion Blue Jays, the Rookie team for the Toronto Blue Jays. Carkuff, the Bell Buckle native entered the draft after his junior year, but went un drafted and returned to APSU ...

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2016 Summer Olympics starts tonight

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Hey world, are you ready to samba? Because Rio is leading the dance. After one of the roughest-ever rides from vote to games by an Olympics host, the city of beaches, carnival, grinding poverty and sun-kissed wealth is lifting the curtain on South America’s first Olympics, ...

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APSU to add first Division I beach volleyball program in Tennessee

APSU has added a beach volleyball team for the spring of 2017. That’s right, there will be a beach in Tennessee for the start of the 2017 season. This beach, unfortunately, will be without water. Taylor Metzer and Brian Netzler, who coach the women’s volleyball team will be under the ...

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Home Court Advantage

It is time to start prepping as Monday, head coach for the APSU Lady Govs Dave Midlick, released the 2016-17 basketball schedule. In what was an impressive home stand for the Lady Govs last season as they were 9-3, they will face that record this year with fifteen home games. The ...

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Govs ready for season after OVC Media Day

On Monday, July 18, APSU was represented at the Ohio Valley Conference Football Media Day by Head Coach Will Healy, senior Rashaan Coleman and sophomore Gunnar Scholato. This was Healy’s first Media Day as a head coach, and for the OVC. The Govs have won only one game in the ...

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Ariza makes Colombian national team

Tatiana Ariza, APSU soccer’s all time leader in goals (54) and points (132), will once again be joining the Colombian national team for the 2016 Rio Olympics, held Aug. 3-20 in Brazil. Ariza played for the Lady Govs from 2010-2013 and earned several awards. She was named Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of ...

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