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Govs basketball losing streak continues

The APSU basketball team faced Ohio Valley Conference foe Eastern Illinois University Thursday, Feb. 12. The Govs stretched their losing streak to one more with a 66-55 loss. The Govs dropped to a 7-18 overall record and 2-9 in the OVC, while the Panthers improved to 15-10 overall and 8-4 in ...

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Govs baseball off to perfect start

Over the weekend, the APSU baseball team picked up two wins to start the season 2-0. APSU was picked to finish fourth in the OVC preseason poll, but the Govs  seek to gain their fifth OVC tournament win in six years under coach Gary McClure. During the first game on Friday, Feb. ...

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Nashville Predators heating up ice

The Nashville Predators come into this week as the NHL’s hottest team, winning six straight games. The Preds stand atop the NHL with an 82-point season and over 20 games to go. The Predators only had 88 points at the end of last season. The Predators are breaking every franchise record in the books ...

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Lady Govs softball loses doubleheader

APSU fell to the University of Miami Ohio 2-13 on Friday, Feb. 13. APSU was down 0-5 by the third inning and could not get anything going with the bats. The Lady Govs only had six hits in the game, which did not help their cause. The Miami Redhawks, on the other hand, ...

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APSU men’s, women’s tennis take court at home

It was a busy weekend for the Governors tennis teams this past weekend as the Lady Govs hosted Western Kentucky University on Saturday, Feb. 7, and the Govs hosted Southern Illinois University on Friday, Feb. 6, and Lipscomb University on Saturday, Feb. 7. The Lady Govs lost to the Lady ...

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Govs continue losing streak with loss to Murray State

The annual Ohio Valley Conference men’s basketball rivalry game against the Murray State University Racers was played on Saturday, Feb. 7. The Governors (7-17, 2-8 OVC) put up a fight but fell short to the Racers (21-4, 11-0 OVC) 82-72. The game was sold out, and there was only one ...

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