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APSU to hire Matt Figger as basketball head coach

APSU is expected to name Matt Figger, the South Carolina Gamecocks’ associate head coach, as their 12th men’s basketball head coach in history, according to The Leaf Chronicle. The Gamecocks are currently sitting in the NCAA Final Four. Figger is no stranger to the Ohio Valley Conference. After playing baseball at Pikeville college, he finished his ...

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Williams makes OVC history

Kentel Williams made APSU history two days in a row. During the game against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday, Nov. 12, Williams had 399 all-purpose yards, setting an APSU and conference record as a freshman. This is the most all-purpose yards in one game by any NCAA team this season, from ...

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Govs dominate exhibition game

The APSU men’s basketball team beat Thomas More 112-63 for their first exhibition game of the 2016-17 season on Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the Dunn Center. For the first time since 2011, the Govs put up triple digits in an exhibition game. Six Govs scored double digits during the game. ...

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Chris Horton selected 5 in D-League Draft

APSU Alumnus Chris Horton was selected 5th in the NBA D-League draft by the Grand Rapids Drive, the D-League affiliate for the Detroit Pistons, on Sunday Oct. 30. Horton, who led APSU to Ohio Valley Conference glory in the spring of 2016, goes to a Grand Rapids team in need ...

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Murray State, APSU seeking first win in Battle of the Border

It’s been 715 days since Murray State visited APSU’s brand new football stadium for the first time and left as the losing team. It’s been 715 days since APSU has seen their last win. This season, Murray State visits APSU with an 0-4 record and seeks to extend APSU’s losing streak ...

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Governors drop season opener to Troy

APSU football lost their season opener against Troy University in Troy, Alabama. 57-17. Kickoff started at 5:04 pm and the duration of the game lasted three hours and 14 minutes. The Govs hyped themselves for a highly anticipated season by cheering and chanting before taking the field. During the first quarter, ...

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