Topic: John Fraley
Clarksville, TN – Chris Horton, who became only the fourth player in league history to record 100 single-season blocked shots, has been named Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Week.
It is the ninth time this season—the second most in OVC history—the Decatur, GA, native claimed the weekly freshman award.
Morehead State vs. Austin Peay Governors
January 9th, 2013 | 7:00pm
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay will return home for the first time since mid-December, 7:00pm, Wednesday, when the Govs play host to Morehead State in their Ohio Valley Conference home opener.
Clarksville, TN –junior guard Travis Betran, who averaged 26 points per game in two Ohio Valley Conference contests last week, has been named the league’s Newcomer of the Week, in voting of conference sports information directors.
It is the fourth time this season Betran has earned the Newcomer honor.
Austin Peay Governors vs. UT Martin
Saturday, January 5th, 2013 | 6:00pm
Martin, TN – After three straight excruciating defeats, including the last two by two points, Austin Peay will attempt to find that winning formula, 6:00pm, Saturday when it plays UT Martin at the Elam Center.
Austin Peay Governors vs. Arkansas State
December 16th, 2012 | Tipoff: 2:00pm
Jonesboro, AR – After week off for finals its back to the business of basketball for. The Govs will hit the road to face Arkansas State, 2:00pm, Sunday December 14th in the ASU Convocation Center.
The Governors business begins and ends with taking care of the basketball. APSU committed 28 turnovers in its 83-65 loss to Memphis-it was the third time this season the Govs committed 20 or more turnovers.
Austin Peay Sports
Clarksville, TN – A record 1,075 graduate were awarded degree at‘s 83rd Spring Commencement and 37 were student-athletes.
They were part of graduation ceremonies in the Dunn Center as both a morning and afternoon commencements were held Friday.
The seniors athletes were part of a graduating class that saw record numbers earn Athletics Directors Honor Roll recognition and a department grade-point average that approach 3.0 annually.
Clarksville, TN – For the first time sinceestablished the awards nearly two decades ago, the Most Outstanding Male and Female Athletes have come from the sport of tennis.
Junior Sean Bailey, who recently was named Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Year in leading the Govs to the No. 2 seed in the OVC tournament, and Vanja Tomic, a three-time first-team All-OVC selection who owned an 19-6 record at No. 1 singles this year, have been named the 2011-12 Most Outstanding APSU Athletes.
Austin Peay Governors Basketball collapses down the stretch and loses to the Jacksonville State Gamecocks in the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament opener
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Men’s Basketball
Unfortunately for the Govs, the Gamecocks played better over the game’s final five minutes, erasing a six-point deficit as Brian Williams buried a go-ahead 3-pointer with 33 seconds left and handed the Govs in a 75-70 loss in front of a stunned Municipal Auditorium crowd.
Austin Peay Men’s Basketball vs. Jacksonville State
Nashville, TN – Austin Peay’s bid for the Ohio Valley Conference tourney championship and its seventh NCAA tournament appearance will begin 8:00pm, Wednesday, as the Governors face Jacksonville State in Municipal Auditorium.
The Governors enter the tournament as the No. 6 seed after finishing in a sixth-place tie with Jacksonville State. The Govs gained the higher seed as a result of winning the two team’s earlier meeting, a 60-57 APSU decision in Clarksville Tennessee.
Fraley, who was redshirted in 2007-08 to acclimate himself to the Division I game, suffered a concussion in the 20110-12 season opening game at Middle Tennessee and proceeded to miss the Govs next nine games, a stretch that saw APSU go 1-8 without its big man. But the 6-8 local product recovered to produce the best season of his APSU career. «Read the rest of this article»
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