APSU Sports Information: APSU Cross Country
Louisville, KY – Sophomore Xiamar Richards finished eight to lead Austin Peay State University women’s cross country team to an impressive 11th-place finish at the massive Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic’s Blue Race, Saturday morning, at E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park.
Richards posted the Lady Govs best finish at the Louisville race, completing the five-kilometer race in 18:23.07 to finish eighth in the 257-woman race. Junior transfer Chantelle Grey also added a top-50 finish, cross the line in 44th place with a time of 19:04.11.
Fort Campbell, KY – SKIES Unlimited is offering a Spooktacular Craft Class during the month of October. Class will meet on Thursdays, October 6th, 20th and 27th (no class on the 13th).
Ages 8 to 12 will meet from 4:00pm until 4:45pm and ages 10 to 18 will meet from 5:00pm until 5:45pm. Both sessions will meet at SKIES Unlimited, 3411 Bastogne Avenue. Cost is $40.00 and includes all materials. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports Information: APSU Golf
Louisville, KY – Senior Bonfiace Yator posted a top-50 finish but Austin Peay State University men’s cross country team only managed a 26th-place finish at the massive Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic’s Blue Race, Saturday morning, at E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park.
Yator’s 48th place finish – he completed the eight-kilometer course in a time of 25:58.92 – may not sound like an impressive finish but the Blue Race’s field was composed of 285 runners, placing Yator among the field’s top fifth. It is the third consecutive year an Austin Peay runner has posted a top-50 finish at the Louisville meet.
APSU Sports Information: APSU Soccer
Murray, KY – A pair of second-half goals by sophomore Tatiana Ariza fueled a 2-1, comeback win, by Austin Peay State Unviersity women’s soccer team against Murray State, Sunday, in Ohio Valley Conference play.
With the score tied, 1-1, Austin Peay established an attack directly in front of the Murray State goal. The Racer’s physical play caught up with them as sophomore Joceline Quiceno was pulled down in the box with a clean look at the goal. The foul gave way to Ariza’s game-winning penalty kick in the 89th minute.
Nashville, TN – Big, beautiful bunches of perfectly ripe bananas are almost irresistible. Available year-round, you can always count on bananas to be there for you – to slice over cereal, for snacks, fruit salads and an amazing variety of recipes, from main dishes to delectable desserts. This tropical fruit is one of the most popular fruits in the United States, but was virtually unknown in this country until the 1800s.
Over the years, a remarkable assortment of banana recipes have been created like banana pudding, banana cream pie and the revered, but unassuming, banana bread. In fact, the addition of bananas to bread and cake recipes is almost magic, contributing a creamy sweet flavor and moist delicious texture.
Just like the U.S. government, Tennessee government has three branches. Generally, states have the same system. It’s pretty neat. It generally works.
But, some tea drinkers in the Tennessee General Assembly want to change that. They don’t seem to be happy with a system that separates power and function among three branches of government. They are so hyped up on their own brand of caffeine-laced tea that they think they should control all of state government.
They have already made rumblings that they want to control how the State Attorney General and other state officers are selected. Now, they want a hand in the review and disciplinary process for judges in the state as well. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports Information: APSU Golf
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University men’s golf team is set for its third fall tournament, the CSU Invitational, hosted by Cleveland State at Canterbury Golf Club, beginning Monday.
Canterbury is a course rich with tradition, having hosted a number of major tournaments including the U.S. Amateur, the U.S. Open and the PGA Championships. Located about ten miles south of Cleveland, Ohio, Canterbury is known for its difficult terrain and well-located hazards.
Written by Spc. Michael Vanpool
Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan – Growing up in El Salvador, Spc. Francisco Javier Fuentes’s days were filled up a few hours of school and many more working the fields. As he harvested the corn and fruits or took the crops to sell in the city, Fuentes remembers seeing the Salvadoran armed forces walking the streets and keeping the country safer.
He followed the boot steps of the cammo-clad soldiers of his childhood, years later in the U.S. Army.
After more than five years wearing the uniform, Fuentes took an oath and became a U.S. citizen at the Joint Sustainment Command – Afghanistan Naturalization Ceremony, September 28th.
Early Registration Discount on Selected Courses
Clarksville, TN – Develop a new skill, explore a new idea, learn a new language, or seek a new career with one of the fall classes from Austin Peay State University’s Center for Extended and Distance Education. Register early and receive a 10 percent discount on selected courses.
Preregistration is required for each course. «Read the rest of this article»
Market Commentary by Scott J. Brown, Ph.D., Chief Economist
The news out of Europe was better. Leaders expressed a greater resolve to overcome the region’s difficulties and keep the euro intact. Germany’s parliament approved (by a wide margin) an expansion of the European Financial Stability Facility. However, the strains remain. There is a long and bumpy path ahead and the markets are expected to react to the news day by day.
U.S. economic data were mixed, but generally better than anticipated. The government’s third estimate of second quarter GDP growth was revised higher, to a 1.3% annual rate vs. +1.0% in the second estimate. The second quarter is pretty much ancient history at this point, but consumer spending and business fixed investment were both revised higher. The advance report on durable goods orders showed a pickup in shipments of nondefense capital goods ex-aircraft in August – suggesting that business fixed investment will post a strong gain in 3Q11 (not surprising, as corporate profits are a major driver of capital spending, and profits were at a record high in 2Q11). Consumer confidence remained depressed in September (after sinking in August), with continued pessimism on jobs. Weekly jobless claims fell unexpectedly in the latest week, but seasonal adjustment makes the figures unreliable. «Read the rest of this article»
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