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Tennis fails to record win across weekend action

APSU Men’s and Women’s tennis went 0-3 across the weekend that featured trips to Ohio and Indiana. The Govs best performance came in the form of a 4-3 loss in women’s tennis to Dayton on Friday, Feb. 16. APSU got off to a fast start in the singles subdivision with ...

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Govs survive Gamecocks surge

The APSU Govs hosted the Jacksonville State Gamecocks in the Dunn Center on Saturday, Feb. 18, fending off the visitors 60-57, sweeping Jacksonville State in the regular season. The Govs were lead in scoring by none other than Averyl Ugba, who finished the game with 15 points before fouling out ...

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Govs lose heart-breaker at home

The Govs lost a 51-50 heart-breaker to the Jacksonville State Gamecocks in the Dunn Center on Saturday night. The Govs were lead in scoring by Brianne Alexander with 15 points. Alexander was followed by junior Keisha Gregory, who finished the contest with 13 points. Gregory also had a team high ...

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XFL Will Survive

I believe the XFL has a great chance of surviving in this generation. When the XFL first debuted in 1999, a few people disliked it because of its different rules or lack thereof. Kickers had a small role in this league. There was no kickoff nor field goals. One player ...

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Women’s Basketball outscore Eastern Illinois

Keisha Gregory finds 27 points in her 30-minute performance for APSU Women’s Basketball in their 75-66 win over Eastern Illinois on Saturday, Feb. 10. Gregory’s 27 points are a career high. The junior also was perfect at the free-throw line and battled for five rebounds. Gregory and the rest of ...

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Govs topple EIU on the Road

APSU Men’s Basketball saw a 41-point first half catapult the team to its 10th win in the Ohio Valley Conference. The Govs reach this mark for the first time since the 2010-11 season. APSU (15-11; 10-4 OVC) topped the Panthers out of Eastern Illinois (9-16, 5-9 OVC) on the road ...

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