Topic: Central Missouri
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University men’s basketball was in total control from the opening tip against Thomas More, running away with a 112-63 win in the exhibition opener.
Six Governors found their way into double figures for Austin Peay, which posted its first 100-point exhibition contest since 2011 (107-96 against Central Missouri).
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Clarksville, TN – Travis Janssen, who revived a Northeastern State (Oklahoma) program as head coach in between two stints as the top assistant at Jacksonville State, has been hired as Austin Peay State University’s new head baseball coach.
Janssen replaces Gary McClure, who resigned in August. The Manhattan, KS, native becomes APSU’s 11th head baseball coach but only second since 1988.
Clarksville, TN – Senior Travis Betran scored seven straight points to rally Austin Peay State University from a late four-point deficit as it held off Central Missouri, 78-75, in exhibition basketball action Monday night in Dave Aaron Arena.
It was APSU’s only exhibition contest before the regular-season opener at home against Oakland City, 7:00pm, Friday night.
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s unofficial start to the 2013-14 men’s basketball season will occur 7:00pm, Monday when the Govs play their traditional exhibition foe, perennial Division II power Central Missouri, in Dave Aaron Arena.
Clarksville, TN – With opening night for Austin Peay basketball mere days away, the athletics department is excited to invite the campus and community to Friday’s Basketball Peay Premiere Event, 7:30pm, at the Dunn Center to introduce your 2013-14 Govs and Lady Govs basketball teams.
Clarksville, TN – First it was Midnight Magic to greet the start of basketball practice October 15th and then later it was Reigning Red.
But with the change in NCAA men’s rules to basically mirror the women’s side, October 15th is no longer the starting date for college basketball practice start.
Knoxville, TN – The curtain will rise on the Kirby Cannon Era, 5:00pm, Saturday, when Austin Peay State University plays Tennessee for the first time in program history.
Cannon, who was hired as Austin Peay’s 18th head coach in mid-March, is only the third APSU coach hired in the last 50 years that owned previous college-coaching head-coaching experience.
Austin Peay State University Men’s Golf head to Mizzou Tiger Intercollegiate for final regular-season event
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Men’s Golf
Columbia, MO – Coming off two impressive tournament championships in as many weeks, Austin Peay State University men’s golf team will close out its regular-season schedule, Monday and Tuesday, when it travels into mid-Missouri for the Sixth Annual Columbia Orthopaedic Group-Mizzou Tiger Intercollegiate, to be played at The Club of Old Hawthorne.
Written by Colby Wilson
Clarksville, TN – As he ran back down the floor after hitting the jumper against Central Missouri, Anthony Campbell looked into the stands and announced simply, “I’m back.”
The forward from Illinois has endured much in his time as an Austin Peay athlete. A heart-wrenching OVC Championship loss as a freshman. A wrecked knee his junior year. And then, another knee injury just 10 games into what would be his redshirt junior season.
Austin Peay vs. Samford
November 9th, 2012 | Dave Aaron Arena | Clarksville, TN
Clarksville, TN – It has been a rare occasion Austin Peay men’s basketball team has opened at home, at least under head coach Dave Loos.
In fact, Friday’s 7:00pm, season opener against Samford in Dave Aaron Arena is only the fifth time in Loos’ 23 season the Governors have opened a season at home. It has been since the 2003-04 season the Governors (Knoxville College) have played at home. It has been since the 1995-96 season since the Govs played a Division I team (Northern Illinois) at home to open the season. Normally the Govs are paying the bills through guarantee games or related tournaments.
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