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Govs fall to Gamecocks on road

APSU women’s basketball dropped their later match of the week with a 67-56 loss to Jacksonville State on Saturday, Feb. 2. The loss is the Govs fourth consecutive to the Gamecocks. Following a win over top-ranked Tennessee Tech and in search of three consecutive road wins, APSU shooting dropped to ...

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Ferby shines as APSU women top conference leaders

APSU Women’s basketball stunned league leaders Tennessee Tech 72-65 on Thursday, Jan. 31. Entering the contest, the Golden Eagles set in a two-team tie on top of Ohio Valley Conference while the Govs were trapped at .500 in the conference and struggling on the road. Following the 40 minutes, the ...

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Tennis stays undefeated, control Carson-Newman

Govs women’s tennis team annihilated Carson-Newman, Friday, at the Governors Tennis Center. The Govs won every match, advancing to a 4-0 victory. The Govs set the tone early, winning all three doubles matches by 6-1 or 6-2 scorelines. Claudia Yanes Garcia was the first Gov to claim a point in ...

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Govs compete at Fred Wilt Open

Gov’s track and field headed north to the Fred Wilt Open, hosted by Purdue, in West Lafayette, Indiana. Governors put on another outstanding performance against top-ranked opponents and also two known OVC rivals, Southeast Missouri and Tennesee Tech. Freshman Kyra Wilder put on a tremendous performance on Saturday in her first ...

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Govs seeking third road win in a row

After knocking off Ohio Valley Conference frontrunner Tennessee Tech Thursday night the Govs are set to end a quick two-game road trip against Jacksonville State on Saturday, February 2. APSU (10-10, 5-4 OVC) earned their second straight road win after beginning the season 0-8 away from the Dunn Center. Jacksonville ...

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Women’s March 2019

This previous weekend thousands gathered across the country to advocate for women’s rights and racial equality. On Jan. 19, 2019, the Women’s March drew around 1,000 people to their cause in Nashville, Tennessee, even after the controversy has rocked the organizers. The Women’s March Washington was the main march. The ...

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