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Kevin Corey: Blueprint for Life Built into a Structure

Many collegiate athletes have a simple lifestyle. It’s get up every morning, go to class, compete in their respected sport, and do it all over again the next day. But it’s not easy, especially once you reach the final year of your playing career and wonder,”What now?” However, for one ...

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Monday Blog: Offense steps up, Robles dominant, more

You have reached the Monday Morning Blog. Following each conference baseball series, I’ll offer my thoughts from the weekend, as well as touching on other behind the scenes notes in APSU baseball. This weekend, I was in Cookeville as the Govs took on Tennessee Tech in a three-game series from ...

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Govs unable to cool off Tech offense

COOKEVILLE — It was only a matter of time for a stacked Tennessee Tech lineup to break through en route to an offensive outburst. After failing to capitalize with runners on base in the first two games, the Golden Eagles showed why they rank as one of the top offensive ...

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Smith’s blast lifts Govs to series win over TTU

COOKEVILLE — Ridge Smith stepped to the plate in the eighth inning with a runner in scoring position, just looking to find a gap to break a tie ballgame. The freshman took a big cut on a high fastball, swinging with authority, but missed and expressed his displeasure by slapping ...

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‘Warrior’ effort by Robles ends losing streak

COOKEVILLE — Tennessee Tech had every right to be the favorite coming into the first of three games against APSU. With ace David Hess on the mound to go along with a lineup whose team batting average is ranked top five in the country, the Golden Eagles had everything in ...

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Obama welcomes World Series champion Red Sox, reflects on marathon bombing

DAVID ESPO, AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama welcomed the World Series champion Red Sox to the White House Tuesday, praising their triumph on the field while hailing them as a symbol of their city’s “grit and resilience” in the wake of last year’s Boston Marathon bombing. ...

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