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Govs baseball swept by Golden Eagles

APSU Baseball (11-12, 4-5 Ohio Valley Conference) failed to record a win during their weekend series against conference foe Tennessee Tech (20-6; 9-0 OVC). The visiting Golden Eagles kept their undefeated conference record alive behind 14-3, 10-8 and 14-13 wins. The Govs drop below 500 in OVC play for the first ...

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Govs Baseball drop two games over weekend

APSU baseball (10-9, 4-2 Ohio Valley Conference) recorded their first conference losses of the season over the weekend as Murray State (11-8, 3-3 OVC) took the series 2-1. The Racers took the first contest behind a 8-6 win that featured a 7-0 lead for the home team after three innings. ...

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Govs have big test on Rocky Top

APSU Baseball (9-6, 3-0 Ohio Valley Conference) will soon travel across the east side of the Tennessee River to play against SEC Powerhouse, The University of Tennessee. The Govs are coming off a major series victory with a 3-0 sweep over Jacksonville State, a team that was picked to finish ...

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Baseball upsets North Carolina State on the road

Despite being outscored 15-6 in the opening two games of the series, Govs baseball was able to record their biggest win of the season 7-3 over North Carolina State (4-2) on Sunday, Feb. 26. The bulk of APSU’s runs came in the eighth, but the Govs never trailed in the ...

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Baseball hopes high for 2017 season

Now is a good time to be a fan of APSU baseball. The Govs are off to a 3-1 start, and the offense is getting runs throughout the entire lineup, outscoring opponents 37-21. On top of the hot start in games, things looked promising over the offseason. Head Coach Travis ...

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APSU bats stay hot against SIU

APSU baseball (3-1) continued to find success in the opening portion of the season after blasting the visiting Southern Illinois Salukis (3-1) 10-3 on Wednesday, Feb. 22. The Govs’ hot streak stems from an offensive that has produced 37 runs in the opening four games. It was the opening frames ...

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