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Soccer splits opening OVC outings

For the first time in five season the Govs topped Tennessee Tech (5-4, 1-1 Ohio Valley Conference) following a Claire Larose 18’ strike. The shutout win doubled as the Govs (6-2-1, 1-0-1 OVC) opening conference win for the season on Friday, Sept. 16. Two days earlier Larose scored the only ...

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Govs soccer silences opposition

Through the first 270 minutes of APSU women’s soccer season, the Govs have not allowed a goal. Efforts made by junior goalkeeper Mary Parker Powell combined with a defensive setup shine in slowing down offensive chances for the opposition. APSU started the campaign with a 1-0 win over Middle Tennessee. The Govs ...

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World Cup Watch: Spain

     The 2010 World Cup Champions  hobbled their way through a poor 2014 campaign.      Spain will look to repeat erase the memories of a 5-1 defeat to the Netherlands and 2-0 loss at the hands of Chile, who both will be absent from Russia 2018, with the ...

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World Cup Watch: Brazil

There is still an omen that circulates when people speak of Brazil and the World Cup. That being, of course, the 7-1 defeat in the semifinals of the 2014 World Cup at the hands of Germany. The greatest defeat in the history of Brazilian soccer happened four years ago and ...

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Guth announces resignation

Head Coach Kelley Guth announced that she is resigning from her position in charge of Govs soccer on Wednesday, Nov. 8. Guth has led the program since its conception in 2002. Athletic Director Ryan Ivey announced that Jeremy Sullivan would take over the reigns of APSU soccer. Sullivan has recently completed ...

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Soccer season ends with 2-1 loss to SEMO

The ominous weather set the stage as APSU soccer bowed out of the 2017 Ohio Valley Conference Championship on Friday, Oct. 27 in Nashville. The final of the first round clash went 2-1 in Southeast Missouri’s favor knocking the Govs out of the OVC Tournament in the first round for ...

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