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Change in program puts APSU tennis on the map

>>By Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer It is a very interesting situation for a high school athlete looking to play their sport at the next level. Depending on your talent level you might have the opportunity to go to a powerhouse in your sport or you may go to a smaller ...

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Govs capture OVC tennis tournament

»Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer APSU’s men’s and women’s tennis team entered the conference tournament weekend at Heflin Tennis Center on Friday, April 19, with something to prove to themselves, the conference and to their first year Head Coach Ross Brown. The regular season has been a tale of two different ...

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APSU women’s tennis on a roll

»Brittany hickey, Guest Writer APSU’s women’s tennis team took on Southeast Missouri and UT Martin on Friday, March 29, and Saturday, March 30, at home and prevailed. The weekend puts the women at 6-10 this spring. They won the weekend in the singles matches, winning eight of 12, four and ...

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Tennis star Carre brings ‘French Revolution’ to APSU

»Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer Many times, players go from being the top player at their high school to being a small fish in a very big pond at the collegiate level. Sometimes players can’t adjust and they burnout while others thrive with the competition and rise to the top. APSU ...

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Dave Loos steps down as athletic director

When school resumes this fall and students return from the summer, they will see a new athletic director looking over all the APSU sports programs. At a press conference on Tuesday, April 2, Dave Loos announced he was stepping down as APSU’s athletic director. The announcement was made at the ...

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APSU Tennis displays mixed results against EIU

APSU came out with mixed results in their tennis match against Eastern Illinois at the Wabash Valley Tennis Club in Terre Haute, Indiana, on Sunday, March 24. The APSU men won all four matches they played before the event was cut short due to inclement weather. APSU’s women won just ...

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