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Govs fall to Western Illinois on the road

With those words, Govs went on the road to fall to the Western Illinois Leathernecks 77-72 at Western Hall Sunday, Dec.2. The Govs (4-4) made 13 triples in the contest, led by Brianah Ferby season-high 19 points. Senior Keisha Gregory got into foul trouble early in the game. Luckily freshman ...

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Women’s basketball blast Bison 70-58

APSU women’s basketball took a  70-58 victory against the Lipscomb Bisons Thursday, Nov.29 at the Winfield Dunn Center. Govs came out on the court with cold feet during the first half of the game, scoring 21 points in the first quarter and only 10 the second quarter. The Govs were ...

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Govs complete sweep of the Yellowhammer State

APSU Men’s Basketball’s (4-4) 40-point first half protected the team from dropping its road contest with the winless Bulldogs of Alabama A&M (0-8) on Saturday, Dec. 1. The Govs held on to hold on for a 73-61 win, there second-largest margin of victory on the season, and third largest away ...

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APSU bests Troy in OT

The Govs endured their third overtime game of the season to reach their third win on the year. The 79-74 victory was just the first in overtime after posting a 0-2 record in the games preceding. APSU was led by Zach Glotta and Chris Porter-Bunton in the victory. Glotta finished ...

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Women’s basketball splits match ups with Trevecca, Mississippi Valley St.

Govs women’s basketball conquered the Trevecca Trojans at home court on Nov. 14 at the Winfield Dunn Center. From the first tip of the game, the senior standout Keisha Gregory set the tone for the Govs. Gregory averaged ten points alone in the first quarter. This was an increase in ...

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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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