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Volleyball finishes atop OVC in regular season

For the second consecutive season, the APSU volleyball team has won the Ohio Valley Conference Crown. The win adds more hardware to a program that has raked in a number of individual and team accolades over the few seasons. Adding to the prestige, the Govs will host the OVC Volleyball ...

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Volleyball stays on top of the OVC

by Diamond Danielle APSU Volleyball topped off a strong week of action with two more wins in the Ohio Valley Conference. To start off the week, APSU hosted Mu**ay State (7-9, 1-3 OVC) om Tuesday, Sept 25 in the first match of the 2018-19 Heritage Bank Battle of the Border. ...

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APSU’s Slay takes over at Clarksville Academy

According to ClarksvilleNow.com, the 2017 Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Year, Ashley Slay, has taken a position as the head coach for volleyball at Clarksville Academy. The now former Gov, who led APSU to a OVC Volleyball championship, will lead the Cougars in Division II-A’s District 4. According to ...

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Govs’ season ends after loss to UCLA

The Govs traveled to Los Angeles for the first round of the NCAA Division I Volleyball Championship. APSU found a three-set season ending loss against UCLA on Saturday, Dec. 3 (25-10, 25-13, 25-15). According to letsgopeay.com, the Govs, who have only appeared in the tournament once before, had difficulty with ...

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Govs Volleyball become OVC Champions

The Govs first match of the Ohio Valley Conference semi-finals on Thursday, Nov. 16 ended with a victory. According to letsgopeay.com, APSU took down Southeast Missouri in three sets (25-18, 25-19, 25-13). The Govs’ offense was led by Christina White, who posted 14 kills on 25 attempts. Freshman Brooke Moore ...

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Govs prepare for postseason

APSU faced Murray State on Wednesday, Nov. 8 at the Dunn Center. According to lesgopeay.com, the Govs fell to Murray in four sets (25-19, 19-25, 21-25, 21-25). Despite losing the match, APSU still put up impressive numbers. Brooke Moore and Ashley Slay led the Govs in kills with 17 each, ...

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