Topic: APSU Women’s Basketball
KNOXVILLE – Junior Ashley Herring scored 21 points but could not lead Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team past a taller Tennessee team, falling 75-42 in first round action of the 2010 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship, Saturday afternoon at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Tennessee (31-2), the Memphis Regional’s top seed, scored the game’s first 15 points and did not look back. The Lady Volunteers used their height to maximum advantage during that opening run, scoring 12 points inside the paint. «Read the rest of this article»
Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team will meet Tennessee in the 2010 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship’s first round, the NCAA announced, Monday. The Lady Govs and Lady Vols will meet in a 11:16 a.m. (CDT), Saturday contest in Knoxville.
Austin Peay (15-17) earned the Ohio Valley Conference’s automatic bid after winning three games in the league’s tournament. The Lady Govs were picked to finish second in the OVC’s preseason poll and fell just shy of that expectation, finishing third with an 11-7 record. It was APSU’s best OVC finish and win total during head coach Carrie Daniels’ tenure – a two-spot improvement over the previous season’s finish (fifth) while improving the win total by one win. The Lady Govs non-conference slate included six teams selected to this year’s NCAA tournament field – Xavier (No. 3, Sacramento Region), Vanderbilt (No. 6, Sacramento Region), James Madison (No. 9, Dayton Region), Middle Tennessee (No. 10, Dayton Region), UALR (No. 11, Kansas City Region) and Chattanooga (No. 13, Sacramento Region).
NASHVILLE – Senior Nicole Jamen and sophomore Jasmine Rayner each recorded double-doubles, leading Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team to a 69-60 victory against Eastern Illinois and its second consecutive Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Championship, Saturday afternoon at Bridgestone Arena.
Austin Peay (15-17) won despite being seeded third in the tournament. The Lady Govs defeated sixth-seed Tennessee Tech, Tuesday, and second-seed Morehead State, Friday, before Saturday’s championship victory.
As was the case in all three of its tournament wins, Austin Peay jumped out on top early. The Lady Govs scored eight of the game’s first 11 points, Saturday, and ultimately would never trail in the contest. Austin Peay would later use a 15-1 run – spurred on by six points from junior Ashley Herring and four points from Jamen – over a four-minute span to push its lead to 17 points, 28-11, with 5:20 left.«Read the rest of this article»
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Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team opened a double-digit lead in the first half and never looked back en route to a 79-61 victory against Tennessee Tech, Tuesday night, in first-round action of the 2010 Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Championship at the Dunn Center.
The game was nip-and-tuck over the opening 10 minutes with nether team enjoying more than a six-point lead. After Austin Peay controlled the opening four minutes, Tennessee Tech scored six straight points to take its only lead, 12-11, on Kellie Cook’s three-pointer at the 14:52 mark.
Both the Govs and Lady Govs earned No. 3 seeds and will host No. 6 Tennessee Tech in Tuesday doubleheader. The Lady Govs will play at 5:30 p.m., with the Govs to follow at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, tickets are $10 each and will be available for purchase from the APSU Ticket Office until noon, Tuesday. Tickets also will be available at the gate.
Austin Peay season-ticket holders already have purchased this first-round tourney ticket in their season-ticket package. APSU students, meanwhile, will have 500 free tickets available to them from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., at the Morgan University Center, both Monday and Tuesday.
Wesley Channels would not let Austin Peay State University lose.
With the Governors trailing 68-67 with less 19 seconds left in overtime, Channels drove the left side of the lane to hit a running one hander for the lead and then the senior guard knocked down a pair of free throws with 14.1 seconds to lift APSU to 71-68 win against Southeast Missouri, Saturday night, in Ohio Valley Conference action.
The victory improved the Govs to 17-14 overall and 11-7 in the OVC. More importantly the win allowed the Govs to clinch the No. 3 seed in this week’s OVC tournament. The Govs will play host to Tennessee Tech, 7:30 p.m., Tuesday in tourney first-round action in Dave Aaron Arena.«Read the rest of this article»
Fresh off a disappointing loss in the first game of its current road trip, Austin Peay women’s basketball team will have little time to regroup before visiting Murray State in a 5:15 p.m., Saturday contest at the Regional Special Events Center.
Austin Peay has found success infrequently away from the Dunn Center this season, winning two of its 10 true road games this season, including Thursday’s 79-70 loss at Tennessee Martin. However, the Lady Govs will have to shake their road woes as four of their remaining six regular-season games will be away from the Dunn Center.
The Lady Govs also will have to get off to a better start than they have in their last two outings. Austin Peay has trailed by more than 20 points in the first half of its latest two losses. The offense has sputtered in the opening half, making just 33.3 percent from the field in both outings. «Read the rest of this article»
Make a donation to assist Visitation Hospital in Haiti and get a free ticket to the men’s or women’s basketball game on Thursday January 28th, or Saturday January 30th! The Lady Govs begin play at 5:15 p.m. on both nights, and the Govs begin play at 7:30 p.m.
Rotarians from the Clarksville Sunrise Rotary Club will be stationed near the entrances to the Dunn Center to accept the donations and provide the tickets. The Clarksville Sunrise Rotary Club and APSU Athletics are coordinating this effort as part of the larger “Clarksville Responds” efforts.
Please come support the Govs basketball teams, make a donation, and make a difference for those suffering from the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12th.
The pictures and news footage coming out of Haiti are often hard to watch. The 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck the island-nation on Jan. 12 killed an estimated 200,000 people, but many more have suffered and died in the following days due to insufficient medical personnel and equipment.
The situation is overwhelming for the doctors and nurses who’ve managed to make it into the area, but on Sunday, Jan. 31, the Clarksville community will get the opportunity to directly support medical teams working in the devastated region through Clarksville Responds: Haiti Relief Efforts for the Visitation Hospital Foundation, a city-wide concert and telethon.
Throughout the day, some of the area’s top bands and musicians will perform for the public at three locations – The First Church of the Nazarene on Warfield Boulevard, Einstein Bros. Bagels at the Austin Peay State University Morgan University Center and the Music/Mass Communication Building’s Concert Hall on the APSU campus. «Read the rest of this article»
Austin Peay (4-12, 3-2 OVC) found itself trailing a feisty, but shorthanded, UT Martin squad by five points, 18-13, 12 minutes into the contest. However, the Lady Govs closed the half with a 19-2 run to take a 32-20 halftime lead.
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