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APSU “Peay Prize Patrol” announces winners

 

APSU - Austin Peay State University SportsClarksville, TN – The Peay Prize Patrol recognized its inaugural winners, Friday, with the office of Student Life and Engagement earning the department title while Morgan Gardner, of Governors Terrace North, taking the student title.

Peay Prize Patrol hits campus each Friday to reward one on-campus student and one faculty or staff department for promoting school spirit and pride of Austin Peay.

Morgan Gardner receives prizes from Peay Prize Patrol. (APSU Sports Information)

Morgan Gardner receives prizes from Peay Prize Patrol. (APSU Sports Information)

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Austin Peay State University Baseball opens NCAA Tournament against Florida Gators at Indiana Regional

 

Austin Peay State University Governors SportsClarksville, TN — Ranked in the top 25 in Baseball America (#21) and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (#25) polls, Austin Peay State University’s baseball team will take on Florida in the opening round of the 2013 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship Tournament.

APSU Baseball. (Michael Rios - Clarksville Sports Network)

APSU Baseball. (Michael Rios – Clarksville Sports Network)

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High School Students Excel at APSU Governor’s School

 

Austin Peay State University LogoTyler Saunders, a high school student from Dover, was walking across the Austin Peay State University campus last summer when a poster advertising the upcoming Governor’s School in Computational Physics caught his eye.

The highly competitive program, which has been at APSU for three years, is geared toward hardworking high school sophomores and juniors with an interest in engineering, mathematics and science, and allows them to earn seven hours of college credit. The Governor’s School in Computational Physics (GSCP) seeks only the best and brightest students in the state, and Saunders was intrigued by the poster he saw for it.

“It made me want to do it,” he said. “I honestly didn’t know it had anything to do with computers and stuff. I was pleasantly surprised when I came in and found I would be learning all this cool stuff.” «Read the rest of this article»

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