Nashville, TN - The Nashville Sounds have announced that Rick Sweet will serve as the team’s field manager for the 2014 season.
The 61-year-old Sweet becomes the 25th manager in the Sounds’ 37-year franchise history and will be joined by a returning coaching staff. Coach Bob Skube , pitching coach Fred Dabney, trainer Aaron Hoback, and strength & conditioning specialist Andrew Emmick all were previously announced as returning for another season in Music City in 2014.
Louisville, KY - Led by senior Xiamar Richards’ third consecutive runner-up finish, Austin Peay State University women’s cross-country team finished fourth overall in the women’s five-kilometer blue race at Saturday’s Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic, hosted by Louisville at E.P. ‘Tom’ Sawyer State Park.
Nashville, TN - For some authors, writing a full-length, debut novel can seem like a daunting task, but this was not the case for K. Kelly O’Connor. In fact, the colorful characters and vivid scenery of her new book, Awaiting The Green Flash, came quite naturally for the first-time author.
“I certainly didn’t sit down and decide to write a book,” she explains. “This novel was definitely more of a compulsion for me. Much of it was originally sketched out on napkins while sitting in bars, taverns, cafes, and nightclubs. The best environment for me to be creative in is a public place with all types of people around— with lots of sounds, scents, tastes, and sights.” And it’s certainly O’Connor’s penchant for vibrant settings and eclectic people that shines throughout the entirety of Awaiting The Green Flash.
Clarksville, TN - Austin Peay State University football’s “mini-recruiting class” will feature much-needed skill position help as well as offensive line depth.
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Men’s Golf
Hebron, KY – Austin Peay State University men’s golf team will begin a string of three straight tournament weeks when it travels to northern Kentucky to play in the Bearcat Invitational, being held at the Traditions Golf Club.
Austin Peay Men’s Basketball vs. Youngstown State
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay hopes a late-season break from Ohio Valley Conference action can help get the Govs back on track as Youngstown State comes to town, 7:30pm, Saturday for the Sears BracketBusters contest.
The Govs are amidst a five-game losing streak after dropping an unseemly 52-48 decision, Wednesday. After permitting more than 70 points in five straight games, the Govs encountered other issues against Morehead State.
ESPN Sears BracketBusters comes to Clarksville with Austin Peay Governors Basketball facing former OVC foe Youngstown State
Austin Peay Men’s Basketball vs. Youngstown State
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University men’s basketball team will play an old Ohio Valley Conference foe for the 10th annual Sears BracketBusters.
Youngstown State, an OVC member from 1981-82 season through 1987-88, will come to Clarksville for the Saturday, February 18th contest, tentatively scheduled for 7:30pm.
The Penguins, members of the Horizon League, currently are 11-9 overall with a 6-4 conference record. This past Saturday they lost to league leader Cleveland State, 67-47, at home.
Clarksville, TN – If any team deserves to enjoy a winning streak it’s the Austin Peay State University men’s basketball team, who suffered through a nine-game losing streak before winning its last two against the Sun Belt’s Arkansas State in overtime last Monday and the SEC’s and in-state big brother Tennessee Vols last Saturday. The Govs have had a week to enjoy both victories and especially the one over the Vols.
It’s some what cliché, but in this case very true: Winning just makes everything better, food tastes better, the sky looks brighter and it’s easier to get out of bed.
Austin vs. Tennessee | December 10th, 2011 | Tipoff: 11:00am
Knoxville, TN – As one injured Governor returns to action, another exits. So goes the frustrating story of Austin Peay baskeball during the first third of the 2011- 12 season.
As the Governors prepare to play Tennessee, 11:00am, Saturday, at Thompson-Boling Arena, they are expected to have back on a limited basis center John Fraley, who returned to physical activity in the past week after suffering a concussion a month ago in the season opener against Middle Tennessee.
Austin Peay vs. Arkansas State
Clarksville, TN – John Brady certainly is familiar with Austin Peay and Clarksville.
Before Samford’s brief run as an Ohio Valley Conference school, the Bulldogs under Brady (1991-92 through 1996-97), brought his club to Clarksville on two occasions. In fact, he and APSU head coach Dave Loos battled four times over a two-year stretch.
Now Brady, who spent 10 seasons at LSU, including a Final Four appearance, has his Arkansas State team coming to Clarksville, 7:00pm, Monday night. In his fourth season at Arkansas State, the Red Wolves coach brings a defensive-minded club to Clarksville.
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