Austin Peay Governors Golf’s Anthony Bradley moves up eight places in final round of NCAA Golf Regional
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Golf
Bowling Green, KY – Playing his finest golf of the weekend,sophomore Anthony Bradley shot a two-over 74, Saturday, to move up eight places in the final round of the NCAA Golf Regional, held at The Club of Olde Stone.
Bradley’s 74 left him at 232 for the three rounds and a 56th -place finish. He entered the day tied for 64th.
Clarksville, TN – Former Austin Peay and Clarksville High School standout Brian Balthrop fired a 68 Saturday to take a one-shot lead into Sunday’s final round of theInvitational Golf Tournament at the Swan Lake Golf Course.
Balthrop, who finished a single stroke short of forcing a three-way playoff with Greg Guinn and Jeff Chandler at the 2011 Wendy’s, appeared in control for much of the afternoon Saturday, taking advantage of Swan Lake’s new Bermuda greens.
Golden Pond, KY – Experience River Days May 26th-28th, at Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area. Enjoy water-themed activities at Woodlands Nature Station (NS) in the Kentucky Portion of LBL.
The public is invited to join the celebration of National Wetlands Month Memorial Day Weekend. According to Darrin Samborski, Environmental Education Specialist at LBL, “A variety of programs focusing on natural encounters with wetland wildlife and habitat conservation will be offered at the NS. Visitors will learn all about the animals that make rivers and lakes their homes.” «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Governors Baseball gets 10-4 win against Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles to secure back-to-back OVC crowns
APSU Sport: Austin Peay Baseball
Cookeville, TN –’s baseball team secured its second consecutive Ohio Valley Conference regular-season championship with a 10-4 victory against Tennessee Tech, Saturday afternoon at Bush Stadium.
Austin Peay (34-21, 19-7 OVC) claimed a share of the 2012 OVC regular-season crown, repeating after winning the 2011 title outright. The Govs shared the regular-season title with Eastern Kentucky, but will enter next week’s OVC Baseball Championship as the No. 1 seed as it won the regular-season series between the two teams.
Fort Campbell, KY – They just get better and better! Parent Central Services is happy to announce that they are ready to move into their new building. Conveniently located at 5384 Tennessee Avenue, (behind the Tennessee Child Care facility) they will be easier to get to than ever!
In order to facilitate this move, Parent Central Services will be closed on May 25th and will reopen on May 29th, in their new location.
For more information about the CYSS Parent Central Services move, please call 270.798.0674.
National Recreational Water Illness & Injury Prevention Week is May 21st-27th, 2012
Nashville, TN – Memorial Day is the traditional opening day of many public pools in Tennessee and the unofficial start of swimming season. While swimming is a fun way to be physically active, recreational water can also hold viruses and bacteria that cause illness.
The Tennessee Department of Health joins in the annual observance of National Recreational Water Illness and Injury Prevention Week May 21st-27th to help make sure residents and visitors have a safe and healthy swimming season. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with this year’s sixth-round selection Safety Markelle Martin.
Martin was a three-year starter at Oklahoma State and earned All-American honors as a senior safety at Oklahoma State. He totaled 48 games played for the Cowboys and registered 175 tackles, three interceptions and 36 pass breakups. As a senior, he started all 13 games and tallied 74 tackles and 11 pass break ups.
The Titans now have agreed to terms with three of their seven draft selections.
Clarksville, TN – Liberty Park opened yesterday morning at dawn and Clarksvillians were ready and waiting for the opening of the park areas of the new Clarksville Marina.
Fishermen were the first on hand. They had been eying the pond for months looking forward for the chance to be one of the first anglers to try their luck there. By 10:00am around 20 anglers had staked out their positions around the banks.
Five Additional Recreational Trails Program Grants Announced
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Environment and Conservation Commissioner Bob Martineau today awarded an additional $547,000 in grants for recreational trail projects across Tennessee. $120,000 was awarded to the City of Clarksville to connect Mary’s Oak Trail Head and the 101st Pedestrian Bridge through Heritage Park.
“These grants help local governments and organizations improve amenities such as trails, greenways and recreational facilities that contribute so much to a better community and quality of life,” Haslam said. “The grants will help make Tennessee’s incredible natural beauty and outdoors more accessible to Tennesseans.” «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – Sgt. Jean C. Herazo, assigned to Fort Campbell’s Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB), officially became a U.S. citizen May 18th during a Naturalization Ceremony at the WTB company headquarters.
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Deputy Commander for Administration Col. Alejandro Lopez-Duke spoke about his own naturalization ceremony and how proud he was to speak at the naturalization ceremony on behalf of Sgt. Herazo.
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