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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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APSU Baseball Hosts Toledo

APSU hosted a three-game home series against Toledo this weekend, looking to improve their 3-1 record, doing so by sweeping the series with an eventful finish in the bottom of the 10th inning in game three as Imani Willis hit a single to left field securing a run and an ...

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Taylor Harrell, Join The Adventure.

It’s that time again folks. And this week I am talking about a hot topic: doing you. Every day I wake up with one goal, and that is to be the best “me” possible. I am searching for a fitting motto to yell at people, and so far I have ...

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Govs survive Gamecocks surge

The APSU Govs hosted the Jacksonville State Gamecocks in the Dunn Center on Saturday, Feb. 18, fending off the visitors 60-57, sweeping Jacksonville State in the regular season. The Govs were lead in scoring by none other than Averyl Ugba, who finished the game with 15 points before fouling out ...

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Previewing softball’s 2018 season

The 2018 season will serve as a dawn of a new day for APSU softball. The team that went 35-106 in their last three seasons issues in new head coach in Rodney DeLong and return five of the six top batters from last season. The Govs will open their season ...

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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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