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Champs battle on the road to three-peat

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Instead of new year’s resolutions, the Lady Govs are focused on earning their third straight OVC Championship. “We want to win a conference championship, and to do that we have to bring it every night,” said Lady Govs head coach Carrie Daniels. The ...

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Lady Govs pick up 2 OVC wins on the road

By JANNA SIMPKINS | Guest Writer What’s better than a win over TSU? A win over Murray. In the last two weekends the Lady Govs have done both. They are wrapping up January strong with two quality Ohio Valley Conference wins, first defeating Murray State in Murray, Ky., Saturday, Jan. ...

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Lady Govs continue slow start, 1-6

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer The Lady Govs basketball team had to pack their turkey leftovers with all the trimmings for the road. The day after Thanksgiving they continued on a seven-game road stretch to Illinois. The Lady Govs first stop was in Edwardsville, Ill. against the SIU ...

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Lady Govs win close one in Beaumont

APSU Sports Information APSU women’s basketball team benefited from a strong inside game to take a 73-69 win against Utah Valley to wrap up preseason WNIT play, Saturday, Nov. 20, at Lamar. Aside from ending a 13-game non-conference losing streak, the Lady Govs earned a quality win against a Utah ...

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Lady Govs raided by MTSU, 74-60

The Lady Govs played the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders in their home opener Tuesday, Nov. 16. A slow start helped the Blue Raiders jump ahead early and build a lead the Lady Govs could not overcome. The Lady Govs lost to the Blue Raiders 74-60. Junior guard Whitney Hanley was ...

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Lady Govs going for 3-peat

By MARLON SCOTT | Senior Staff Writer Has the rest of the Ohio Valley Conference learned their lesson yet? This should be the question foremost on the mind of fans of the 2010-11 Lady Govs basketball team. For two years in a row, the Lady Govs stormed through the OVC ...

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