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Guth announces resignation

Head Coach Kelley Guth announced that she is resigning from her position in charge of Govs soccer on Wednesday, Nov. 8. Guth has led the program since its conception in 2002. Athletic Director Ryan Ivey announced that Jeremy Sullivan would take over the reigns of APSU soccer. Sullivan has recently completed ...

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John Murry goes pro

Former Gov and member of the 2016 Ohio Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Championship team John Murry has joined the list of Govs to go into professional basketball. Murry, who was listed at 6’3’’ and 195 lbs. his senior season has signed with Canadian team Saint John Riptide. The Riptide will ...

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Three Govs selected as OVC Players of the Week

Three Govs found their ways into the Ohio Valley Conference honors following their performances in volleyball’s undefeated week. Kristen Stucker week earned her setter of the week as she racked up 110 assists over the three game span. Stucker’s highest amount of assists came in her game versus UT Martin ...

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Govs Secure Sgt. York Trophy

APSU secured the Sgt. York Trophy for the first time in school history Saturday, Nov. 4th. The Govs found themselves winners in Cookeville defeating the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles 35 to 28. The Govs entered this season’s Sgt. York Trophy competition with a 7-23 record all-time, the latest of those ...

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Govs volleyball wins OVC

The APSU Volleyball  team went undefeated on the week against Middle Tennessee State (25-13, 32-30, 25-15), UT Martin (25-19, 25-18, 25-18) and Southeast Missouri (25-13, 25-10, 25-23). With results from around the conferece, the Govs secured the regular season Ohio Valley Championship crown. The Govs took the win over MTSU ...

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College of Arts and Letters expresses disbelief, anger at faculty meeting

By: Steven Prescott President White held a listening event on Nov 2. to ease faculty concerns and answer their questions about Dean Dixie Webb’s decision to cut one of three full-time Philosophy positions in the History and Philosophy Department. Faculty in the College of Arts and Letters say they were ...

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