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Former player Ariza heading to Canada

Tatiana Ariza will once again be playing for her native home team in this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada. Ariza, a former APSU standout had the opportunity to play for the Colombian National Soccer team in Germany in 2012. Four years later, she once again will be able to ...

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Editorial: Brady’s Legacy No More

We all know the story behind the New England Patriots and Tom Brady. It has broken every news stand, television show and Internet post. The story of Tom Brady and the Patriots’ deflated balls has rightfully become a nationwide story. The Patriots arguably have the best quarterback in the game ...

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Lady Govs Golf finish 9th overall

The Lady Govs golf team shot a 320 on Saturday, April 11, but it came too late as the Lady Govs finished in ninth place at the MSU Invitational at Murray State University. Before Saturday’s performance, the Lady Govs shot 326 on Thursday, April 9, and Friday, April 10. Morgan ...

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Braves make moves

During the offseason, the Atlanta Braves made a lot of trades and chose not to resign players in hopes to rebuild their entire team, and how those moves will turn out has sparked a lot of debate. Melvin Upton Jr., Justin Upton and Craig Kimbrel were all traded to the ...

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Govs take series from Belmont

APSU baseball began a three-game series against Belmont University on Friday, April 10, winning 7-4. This game was a pitching duel until the fourth inning. APSU then scored five runs in the next three innings to take a 7-2 lead, earning the victory APSU then lost 8-12, Saturday, April 11. ...

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Men and women’s tennis clash with Belmont

APSU men’s and women’s tennis played Belmont University Friday, April 3. Due to inclement weather, play was moved inside, and the doubles matches were bypassed. The men won 4-1, keeping the Govs undefeated in conference play. The first match was won by Belmont’s Marko Lovrinovic in three hard-fought sets, but ...

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