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Josh Robinson named OVC Player of the Week

Josh Robinson led the way for APSU Men’s Basketball by scoring a combined 62 points in the Govs two game road trip to Illinois on Jan. 12 and 14. Robinson’s leadership and efforts on the trip did not go unnoticed as he was named Ohio Valley Conference Player of the ...

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Loos takes leave of absence

APSU’s Athletics Department has announced that head men’s basketball coach and all-time Ohio Valley Conference wins leader Dave Loos, 69, will be taking an indefinite leave of absence to focus on health. The leave will begin with the away game against Tennessee Tech on Jan. 5. Loos has been in ...

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Lady Govs basketball wins exhibition game

The Lady Govs Basketball team competed at the Dunn Center in an exhibition game against Kentucky Wesleyan College on Monday, Nov. 7. The Lady Govs showed great intensity at the beginning of the game. This gave them a 14-6 lead early. By the end of the first period, the Lady ...

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Horton earns position on Heat summer league roster

GLAVINE DAY | SPORTS EDITOR APSU alumnus and former basketball player Chris Horton made the Miami Heat’s summer league roster after an unsuccessful draft attempt. According to Bleacher Report, the NBA is leaning toward the trend of players being better off not getting drafted. It’s better to go undrafted and be able ...

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APSU waves goodbye to legend Bubba Wells

Recently, APSU men’s basketball assistant coach Bubba Wells made the decision to take his talents to Ohio Valley Conference component Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville as an assistant coach. In addition to Wells being the men’s assistant coach for the past 10 seasons, he also set the bar high while ...

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Senior guard Smith to miss half the season

When the Govs open the non-conference slate of the 2014-15 season, they’ll be without their vocal leader. Senior guard Damarius “DeeDee” Smith has been suspended for half the season for a “violation of athletic department policy.” Smith will sit out 14 games before an expected return date set for Jan. ...

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