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Looking back at Men’s Basketball’s upstart year

The Govs’ season came to a close Wednesday, March 21, after an 83-81 loss to the UIC Flames in the CIT quarterfinals. One season removed from an 11-19 finish, the Govs had plenty of questions to be answered. The biggest question that needed answering was how would the program fair ...

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Govs fall out of OVC Semifinal to Belmont buckets

APSU Men’s basketball’s fight against second seeded Belmont in the 2018 Ohio Valley Conference semifinal came up short 94-79 on Friday, March 2 in Evansville, Indiana. “I am really proud of what we have done this year,” said APSU Men’s Basketball Head Coach and OVC Coach of the Year Matt ...

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Glotta, Ugba lead rememberable second half charge

APSU Men’s basketball headed to the locker rooms for halftime facing a 14-point deficit while shooting 10-31 from the field. In what could of been the dying moments of APSU’s season, junior Zach Glotta hit five 3-pointers as the Govs went on to knockout a surging Eastern Illinois team of ...

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Govs topple EIU on the Road

APSU Men’s Basketball saw a 41-point first half catapult the team to its 10th win in the Ohio Valley Conference. The Govs reach this mark for the first time since the 2010-11 season. APSU (15-11; 10-4 OVC) topped the Panthers out of Eastern Illinois (9-16, 5-9 OVC) on the road ...

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APSU Continues to Shine in Conference Play, blast SEMO

APSU basketball continues their impressive season under first year Head Coach Matt Figger, defeating the Southeastern Missouri Redhawks on Saturday, Feb. 3, by a score of 96-81 and improving their record to 14-10 (9-3 Ohio Valley Conference). The Govs were lead by Averyl Ugba, who has been on fire as ...

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Govs blast by Morehead State

APSU Men’s Basketball got their second win in three days behind a 92-76 thumping of Morehead State on Saturday, Jan. 27. Head Coach Matt Figger led his boys into the locker with 49-25 point lead at the break. “I give my kids a lot of credit; they knew my displeasure ...

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