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Govs fall short in to the wire finish

As time expired on Jan. 20, Brianah Ferby and the rest of the Govs Women’s basketball team watched her last minute 3-pointer hurl fall short, resulting in a 78-75 loss for APSU at the hands of top-ranked Belmont Bruins (18-3, 8-0 Ohio Valley Conference). APSU (11-8, 4-4 OVC) found footing ...

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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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Soccer struggles in OVC weekend

APSU soccer failed to earn a point in their Ohio Valley Conference Weekend Action on Friday, Sept. 29 and Sunday, Oct 1. The Govs (7-5-1, 2-3-1 OVC) lost to Jacksonville State (4-7-2, 1-4 OVC) and Tennessee Tech (6-4-1, 3-1-1 OVC). APSU began the weekend against the Gamecocks in Jacksonville, Alabama. ...

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Football shutouts UT Martin 7-0

APSU football (3-2, 2-0 Ohio Valley Conference) earned their third win of the season following a shut out against nationally ranked UT Martin (3-2, 1-1 OVC). The 7-0 victory is APSU’s first shutout over a NCAA Division 1 team since Middle Tennessee State in 1986, 331 games ago. The win ...

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Baseball hopes high for 2017 season

Now is a good time to be a fan of APSU baseball. The Govs are off to a 3-1 start, and the offense is getting runs throughout the entire lineup, outscoring opponents 37-21. On top of the hot start in games, things looked promising over the offseason. Head Coach Travis ...

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