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Govs back to semifinal, Porter-Bunton joins 1,000-Point Club

APSU Men’s Basketball (22-10) is heading back to the semifinals of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament. Behind a 28-point performance by Terry Taylor and a 27-point outing by Chris Porter-Bunton capped off a 95-81 win over Morehead State. Porter-Bunton was the main scorer for the Govs hitting 10 field goals ...

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Golden Eagles end Govs season in quarterfinals

APSU Women’s basketball saw their 2018-19 season close in the form of a fifth consecutive loss in the quarterfinals. This time it was at the hands of the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles and a 67-58 loss at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana.   “This does not diminish how I ...

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A guide to the Men’s OVC final weekend

Noah Houck and Riley Grubbs | Information Noah Houck | Graphic This weekend marks the end of the 2019 Women’s Basketball regular season. Even though there are 12 games left in the season, a lot of spots can change in the seeding for the teams. The complete guide can be seen here. ...

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A guide to the Women’s OVC final weekend

Noah Houck and Riley Grubbs | Information Noah Houck | Graphic This weekend marks the end of the 2019 Women’s Basketball regular season. Even though there are 12 games left in the season, a lot of spots can change in the seeding for the teams. The complete guide can be seen here. ...

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Govs top No. 1 Vanderbilt in Nashville

APSU Men’s Baseball pulled off an outstanding win against the number one team in the country, Vanderbilt University. APSU got off to a slow start not scoring until the 5th ending. Garrett Krueger walked RBI (3-1); Gino Avros advanced to second; David Martinez advanced to third and Andrew Flaherty scored. ...

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Carger is a special kind of teammate for APSU Basketball

Leaning over with her hands on her knees, Logan Carger tries to catch her breath after a three-man weave. Around her, the other girls do not seem as phased by the move. APSU women’s basketball team had just finished their first drill in a January practice. “It was terrible,” Carger said ...

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