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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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Ugba, Taylor help APSU take OVC opener 78-58

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Averyl Ugba and Terry Taylor combined for 40 points and 21 rebounds as Austin Peay opened up Ohio Valley Conference play with a 78-58 win over SIU-Edwardsville Thursday night. The conference win was the first for coach Matt Figger, who took over for Dave Loos, who ...

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Basketball opens season against Vanderbilt

Matt Figger made his regular season head coaching debut for APSU on Friday, Nov. 10, against the Vanderbilt Commodores in Nashville. The regular season opener ended in defeat for the Govs as the Commodores took the victory 73 to 54. The game was played closer than the final score indicates ...

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Second half surge propels Govs past EKU

APSU continued to show resiliency Saturday, Nov. 11, coming back from a 24 to 7 third quarter deficit to win 31 to 24 against Eastern Kentucky. The Govs received their seventh win of the season while also securing their largest comeback win since the 2011 season. The win was the ...

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Govs Secure Sgt. York Trophy

APSU secured the Sgt. York Trophy for the first time in school history Saturday, Nov. 4th. The Govs found themselves winners in Cookeville defeating the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles 35 to 28. The Govs entered this season’s Sgt. York Trophy competition with a 7-23 record all-time, the latest of those ...

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APSU Shows Fight Against UCF

On Saturday, Oct. 28, the Govs did battle with the Football Bowl Subdivision ranked 18th UCF Golden Knights. The Knights took the victory 73-33 but the Govs proved that they will not back down from any opponent, no matter how colossal. The Govs showed off their explosive offense scoring more ...

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