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Govs, Eastern Illinois set for rematch

Eastern Illinois seeks to tie the season series against the Govs Saturday, Feb. 9, as APSU hosts the Panthers in an Ohio Valley Conference matchup. In the first contest of the season, APSU prevailed 73-60, earning their first road win of the season after an 0-8 start when away from ...

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APSU, Eastern Illinois meet for first time since 2018 OVC Quarterfinal tilt

APSU and Eastern Illinois will meet for the first time since the two sides battled it out in the 2018 Ohio Valley Conference Championship Tournament Quarterfinals at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana. The Govs Saturday, Jan. 19 matchup on paper will serve as a significantly harder test compared to ...

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Govs topple EIU on the Road

APSU Men’s Basketball saw a 41-point first half catapult the team to its 10th win in the Ohio Valley Conference. The Govs reach this mark for the first time since the 2010-11 season. APSU (15-11; 10-4 OVC) topped the Panthers out of Eastern Illinois (9-16, 5-9 OVC) on the road ...

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Soccer tops EIU 2-0

APSU soccer (6-3-1, 2-1-1 Ohio Valley Conference) recorded their second win in conference behind two second half goals. The Govs defense shined with their fifth shutout of the season. Eastern Illinois (5-5-1, 0-3 OVC) was held to one shot on goal for the night. Sophomore keeper Mary Parker Powell’s efforts ...

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It’s Playoff Time in Smashville

As baseball season is now under full swing, that means one thing: hockey season is almost to an end. For most teams the hockey season is over, but the Nashville Predators have fought to preserve their right in the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Predators sealed their deal by claiming ...

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Govs Win Series at Eastern Illinois

The Austin Peay baseball squad started Ohio Valley Conference play over the weekend, traveling to Eastern Illinois to take on the Panthers for a scheduled three-game series. The Govs won the Friday and Saturday games by scores of 11-3 and 5-2 respectively. Sunday’s contest was cancelled due to inclement weather ...

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