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Ugba and Taylor earn OVC Honors

APSU’s Terry Taylor and Averyl Ugba earned Ohio Valley Conference honors as OVC Freshman of the Week and Newcomer of the Week respectively. Taylor earned his fifth Freshman of the Week award, the most in the OVC. Taylor averaged 21 points and eight rebounds in the two games this past ...

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Govs fall short in to the wire finish

As time expired on Jan. 20, Brianah Ferby and the rest of the Govs Women’s basketball team watched her last minute 3-pointer hurl fall short, resulting in a 78-75 loss for APSU at the hands of top-ranked Belmont Bruins (18-3, 8-0 Ohio Valley Conference). APSU (11-8, 4-4 OVC) found footing ...

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Govs blasted by Belmont

Steve Harris led the charge for APSU with a career high 20 points as APSU basketball fell back to 0.500 on the season. The Govs lost their second game in a row as their return to the state’s capital resulted in an 83-59 win for the Ohio Valley Conference’s top-ranked ...

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TSU pushes past APSU

APSU traveled to Nashville Thursday, Jan. 18 where they fell to Ohio Valley Conference foe Tennessee State by a final score of 70-56. The Govs searched for a second consecutive road win, but were unable to pull it out, despite Terry Taylor posting a double-double with 16 points and 13 ...

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A New Era

APSU Basketball is synonymous with one name, Dave Loos, who retired after the 2016-17 season posting career 502 victories. The 2017-18 season marks the first time in 27 years that a new face is at the helm. who replaces a campus legend like that? Matt Figger. Figger, who served as ...

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Basketball tops defending champions

APSU’s hot streak in conference play continued Saturday night as the Govs traveled to Jacksonville, Alabama to do battle with the Gamecocks of Jacksonville State, where they came away victorious 87-67. The Govs were able to defeat the reigning conference champions for the first time in Jacksonville since 2011. The ...

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