APSU Sports Information Office
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University women’s soccer team hosts Samford, 7:00pm, Friday at Morgan Brothers Soccer Field in the middle match of a three-game homestand that also concludes Austin Peay’s non-conference schedule.
Clarksville, TN – CDE Lightband announces the addition of a new Sports Pack option for additional sports programming.
The Sports Pack will be offered on a subscription basis for all CDE Lightband customers and currently provides channels like NFL Redzone and ESPN Goal Line/Buzzer Beater for $7.99 a month. «Read the rest of this article»
Austin Peay Sports Information Office
Knoxville, TN – Behind the duo of senior Jada Stotts and freshman Ashley Slay, Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team posted a three-set victory (25-18, 25-17, 25-23) against Tennessee, Thursday night, in the opening match of the DISH Lady Vol Classic at Thompson Boling Arena.
It is Austin Peay’s first-ever volleyball win against Tennessee.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office school resource officer recognizes sex offender at school, detains him
Montgomery County, TN – Thanks to the keen eye of a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office school resource officer Tuesday, a sex offender was arrested after showing up at local elementary school.
According to Tennessee Code Annotated, sex offenders are not allowed at schools, parks, playgrounds and daycares unless they are dropping off or picking up children.
Austin Peay Sports Information Office
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University men’s tennis team opens its 2014 season, 1:30pm, Friday when it takes part in the Dale Short Invitational, hosted by Middle Tennessee.
The tournament features Ohio Valley Conference rival Belmont in addition to Southern Illinois and the host Blue Raiders.
Fort Campbell, KY – MWR Sports and Fitness will hold a Co-ed Slowpitch Softball Tournament beginning October 6th. Teams will play a round robin followed by a double elimination tournament on Saturday, October 25th.
Teams must consist of five male and five female players, age 18 and over with a valid ID card. Register your team at the MWR Sports and Fitness Office located at Fryar Stadium.
For more information about the Co-ed Slowpitch Softball Tournament, please call the Family and MWR Sports and Fitness Office at 270.798.3094.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University women’s tennis team will kick off the home portion of its season when it hosts the 2014 APSU Fall Tournament beginning at 9:30am, Friday at the Austin Peay tennis courts.
Joining the Lady Govs for the meet will be Ohio Valley Conference rivals Belmont, UT Martin and Southeast Missouri along with Conference USA foe Middle Tennessee.
U.S. Department of Agriculture invests $68 million in 540 renewable energy and energy efficiency projects nationwide
Funding includes loan guarantees and grants for solar energy to create jobs, promote energy independence and advance the use of renewable fuels
“These loan guarantees and grants will have far-reaching impacts nationwide, particularly in the rural communities where these projects are located,” Vilsack said. “Investing in renewable energy and energy efficiency will continue the unprecedented increase in home-grown energy sources and American energy independence we’ve seen in recent years. This is creating jobs, providing new economic opportunities and leading the way to a more secure energy future.”
Clarksville, TN – Anyone driving down Riverside Drive on September 9th might have seen a peculiar sight on the Cumberland River near McGregor Park. Two zodiacs—black inflatable military boats—were crossing the river filled with Austin Peay State University Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC) cadets. The cadets were rowing fervently to get to the other side of the river, retrieve two mock casualties and transport them back to the APSU campus.
The mission was part of the ROTC program’s weekly Tuesday morning BLITZ. One cadet is chosen each week to lead the squad in a predetermined mission that creates an environment of adversity, both physically and mentally.
Firefighters will visit installation elementary schools to educate children on the importance of fire safety September 24th through October 1st. A static display featuring a fire truck with a crew member in full bunker gear will be on on-site at the schools to provide fire safety tips to students. Firefighters will also take children through the fire prevention smoke trailer. The trailer simulates a real fire by filling up with smoke and sounding a fire alarm.
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