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Loos to return as head coach of Govs for 2015-16 season

CLARKSVILLE — APSU has announced that Dave Loos will return for a 26th season in 2015-16.

Loos, who will turn 68 years old on Thursday, March 5 owns a 473-426 overall record in 29 seasons as a head coach, including a 391-373 mark at APSU that makes him the winningest coach in Ohio Valley Conference history.

The Govs lost 89-65 at Southeast Missouri on Saturday, February 28 to finish the season 8-22 with a 3-13 conference record that prevented them from qualifying for the Ohio Valley tournament. This marks APSU’s fourth straight losing season.

In a university release Saturday, athletic director Derek van der Merwe said that “I have the utmost confidence in him and he has my full support.”

Loos was APSU’s athletic director from April 1997 to July 2013.

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  1. Is Loos trying to stick around long enough to have a sub .500 record?