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Govs walk off to beat Panthers

As the snow and ice melted, the Govs returned to Raymond C. Hand Park to deliver the first walk-off of 2014. Down by two runs going to the bottom of the ninth, APSU mounted a rally to defeat the Milwaukee Panthers 5-4 on Saturday, March 8. Back-to-back walks to Kevin ...

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Torres leads Govs to win over Bradley

Senior catcher P.J. Torres knew coming into the season he had to be a focal part of the Austin Peay offense, and played a huge role on Saturday in another double-digit hit game for the Govs. In day two of the Riverview Inn Classic at Raymond C. Hand Park, the ...

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Offense carries Govs to win over Dayton

Baseball fans have been anxiously waiting for a break-out game from the young APSU offense. There have been flashes of offensive output this season, but none like the display the Govs put on against the Dayton Flyers. The Govs defeated the Flyers 8-5 in the first day of the Riverview ...

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Govs settle for split against EMU

After a downhill start to the season, the Bat Govs needed a turnaround as Eastern Michigan traveled to Clarksville for a doubleheader on Tuesday, Feb. 25. APSU defeated the Eagles 8-3 in the first game, while EMU bounced back in the second to win a nail bitter 9-8. But with ...

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Jason Collins becomes first openly gay player active in NBA

JOE RESNICK, Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Although Jason Collins played only 10½ minutes in his first game with the Brooklyn Nets, it was a groundbreaking appearance. Collins became the first openly gay player in the four major U.S. professional sports leagues, and Deron Williams had a season-high 30 ...

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Baseball: Five things from Baylor road trip

Defining it as a “rough start” for APSU baseball in 2014 would be an understatement at this point. Another disappointing showing over the weekend of Friday, Feb. 21 to Sunday, Feb. 23 dropped the Bat Govs to 1-6 on the season. At Baylor University where attendance averaged just under the ...

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