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Home Court Advantage

It is time to start prepping as Monday, head coach for the APSU Lady Govs Dave Midlick, released the 2016-17 basketball schedule. In what was an impressive home stand for the Lady Govs last season as they were 9-3, they will face that record this year with fifteen home games. The ...

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Lady Govs soccer end season, no invitation to OVC tournament

APSU soccer was just one goal shy of making it into the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament. APSU fell to the regular season champions Murray State 2-1 at Cutchin Field in Murray, Ky. on Thursday, Oct. 29. The loss put an end to the Lady Govs’ 2015 season, finishing with a ...

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Fall 2015 Govs football schedule released

APSU’s football schedule has been released, and the Govs can look forward to whom they will be facing in 2015 coming off from a 1-11 overall record and 1-7 record in the Ohio Valley Conference last year. Many fans want to see how new transfers and freshmen from this past ...

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Govs continue losing streak with loss to Murray State

The annual Ohio Valley Conference men’s basketball rivalry game against the Murray State University Racers was played on Saturday, Feb. 7. The Governors (7-17, 2-8 OVC) put up a fight but fell short to the Racers (21-4, 11-0 OVC) 82-72. The game was sold out, and there was only one ...

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Lady Govs cannot contain Murray

The APSU women’s basketball team went up against Murray State University on Saturday, Feb 7, losing by the score of 98-84. Tiasha Gray led APSU with 31 points, but that was not enough to secure a victory. Ke’shunan James was the leading scorer for Murray State with 30 points in ...

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APSU Football knocks off Racers to end losing streak

Rejoice, Austin Peay. The nation’s longest losing streak is over. Coming into Saturday, it had been 700 days since Governors Football experienced the thrill of victory. Eighteen games resulted in 18 losses, but head coach Kirby Cannon maintained a high confidence level. The community, University, and most importantly, the players, ...

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