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Dayton Gumm announces plan to transfer

Dayton Gumm has announced on his personal Twitter account that he plans to transfer from APSU to continue his college basketball career. “Thank you for everyone who has made me feel like family and all the friends I have made in this process,” Gumm tweeted. #4 Out 🎩❤️ pic.twitter.com/x4UzT3Slli — Dayton Gumm (@dayday_5298) ...

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Liermann sets a pair of APSU records

Following this weekend’s actions APSU’s Danielle Liermann finds herself on top of a record list she never expected to be at. “This was something that I never expected to do coming to Austin Peay,” Senior Liermann said. Liermann now leads the Govs all-time in home runs and total extra-base hits in ...

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Becoming an Austin Peay man

Zach Glotta’s time as an APSU Men’s Basketball player came to an unfortunate end last week in the Ohio Valley Conference semifinals. The once 6-foot recruit was never the star of the show or face of APSU hoops. Instead, Glotta, like the son of a coach that he was, was ...

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Photo Gallery: APSU at the 2019 OVC Tournament

APSU’s quarterfinal loss to Tennessee Tech on Thursday, March 8 in Evansville, Indiana. APSU’s quarterfinal win over Morehead St. on Thursday, March 8 in Evansville, Indiana. APSU’s semifinal loss to Belmont on Friday, March 9 in Evansville, Indiana. TREY CHRYSTAK | THE ALL STATE

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Govs back to semifinal, Porter-Bunton joins 1,000-Point Club

APSU Men’s Basketball (22-10) is heading back to the semifinals of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament. Behind a 28-point performance by Terry Taylor and a 27-point outing by Chris Porter-Bunton capped off a 95-81 win over Morehead State. Porter-Bunton was the main scorer for the Govs hitting 10 field goals ...

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Golden Eagles end Govs season in quarterfinals

APSU Women’s basketball saw their 2018-19 season close in the form of a fifth consecutive loss in the quarterfinals. This time it was at the hands of the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles and a 67-58 loss at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana.   “This does not diminish how I ...

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