Topic: Gary McClure
Jackson, TN – For the third time in program history Craig Massoni was named the league’s Player of the Year and senior closer Tyler Rogers was named its Pitcher of the Year at the annual OVC Baseball Awards Banquet held Tuesday night.’s baseball team can celebrate a sweep of the Ohio Valley Conference’s top awards. Junior first baseman
“I’m not sure I have a word that is good enough to describe what these two men meant to our team,” said Austin Peay head coach Gary McClure. “Having Tyler involved in 27 decisions over 42 wins is incredible. And on the other hand, Craig was a guy who hit almost .500 in league play and didn’t do it with singles – he did it with doubles and home runs.
Jackson, TN – A program-record sixbaseball players were recognized as the Ohio Valley Conference’s best player at their respective positions, receiving first-team All-OVC recognition, Tuesday night, at the OVC’s Annual Baseball Awards Banquet.
In addition to the six first-team honorees, which broke the program record set in 1996, Austin Peay saw two players receive second-team recognition. The eight total honorees ties the program record set in 1996.
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Cape Girardeau, MO –’s baseball team scored the game’s first three runs but could not hold on in a 5-3 Ohio Valley Conference loss to Southeast Missouri, Saturday, at Capaha Field.
Cape Girardeau, MO - Starter Lee Ridenhour threw seven scoreless innings and’s offense scored nine unanswered runs en route to a 9-4 OVC series-opening victory against Southeast Missouri, Friday night at Capaha Field.
Written by Colby Wilson
Clarksville, TN – If you’re an Austin Peay baseball fan, you’ve probably heard the last name ‘Harper’ a few times.
Ralph Harper was a second baseman for the Govs from 1978-81. He hit above .330 his last two seasons and drove in 59 runs as a senior en route to All-OVC honors. After graduation, he eschewed pro ball for dental school at the University of Memphis. He returned to Clarksville after dentistry school to practice his craft and raise two sons.
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Clarksville, TN – Junior Anthony Bradley, of the men’s golf team, has been named the Copies in a Flash APSU Athlete of the Week.
Bradley shot a four-under par 209 (69-68-72) to earn medalist honors at the Arkansas State Red Wolves Intercollegiate last week, his second medalist honor of the season, topping a field of 112 competitors. Bradley sank 10 birdies and an eagle during the two-day event, leading the Govs to a school-record fifth tournament title.
Tennessee Tech vs. Austin Peay Governors
Fri-Sat, April 5th-7th, 2013 | 6:00pm, 2:00pm, 1:00pm
Clarksville, TN – A battle of the Ohio Valley Conference’s second and third place teams will take place when Austin Peay hosts Tennessee Tech in a three-game set, Friday-Sunday, at Raymond C. Hand Park.
With the 11-week OVC regular-season race entering its fifth week, the second-place Governors sit just percentage points ahead of the third-place Golden Eagles.
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Men’s Baseball
Bowling Green, KY – Shut out through seven innings,’s baseball team rallied for three runs in the final two innings to secure a 3-1 victory against Western Kentucky, Wednesday night, at Nick Denes Field.
The win was Austin Peay head coach Gary McClure’s 776th career win, tying the Ohio Valley Conference record for career wins set by former Murray State head coach Johnny Reagan.
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Clarksville, TN – Powered by two three-run innings,’s baseball team defeated Lipscomb University in a non-conference contest, Tuesday night at Raymond C. Hand Park, 6-4.
Austin Peay Governors vs. Mississippi State
Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 | 6:30pm (CT)
Clarksville, TN – Thebaseball team begins a four-game road trip at nationally-ranked Mississippi State, Tuesday night at 6:30pm CT. The Govs return to the road after suffering through it’s first two-loss week this season.
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