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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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Monday blog: Lebron is kind of good at this whole basketball thing

On Thursday, Jan. 15, the Clevaland Cavaliers were 19-20 and the sky was falling as they headed into the Staples Center to battle the Los Angeles Lakers. Lebron had returned from injury just two days earlier against the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday, Jan. 13, and following that loss the Cavs ...

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Lady Govs cannot contain Murray

The APSU women’s basketball team went up against Murray State University on Saturday, Feb 7, losing by the score of 98-84. Tiasha Gray led APSU with 31 points, but that was not enough to secure a victory. Ke’shunan James was the leading scorer for Murray State with 30 points in ...

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APSU alumnus referees in SEC and Rose Bowl

Most people try to turn whatever their passion is in life into their career. They want to be able to do what they love and get paid to do it. When the passion is sports, making it a career can be difficult. Reaching the collegiate or professional level as an ...

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Horton’s double-double not enough for Govs

The APSU Governors hosted an Ohio Valley Conference matchup against the Southeast Missouri Redhawks on Saturday, Jan. 31, where the Govs fell short 70-64. With this loss, the Govs dropped to 7-15 overall and 2-6 in the OVC, and a two-game losing streak.  Despite SEMO’s 17 turnovers, they were still ...

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Lady Govs never trail in home win

On Saturday, Jan. 31, the APSU Lady Governors basketball team took on Southeastern Missouri State University. The final score was APSU 70-62. Beth Rates had the big night for APSU with 12 points and 16 boards, which was her season best. SEMO’s leading scorer was Jasmine Robinson with 13. APSU ...

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