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After taking a weekend off from in-game action following their Aug. 29 loss to Central Arkansas, the Austin Peay State Governors traveled to Pittsburgh to take on the Panthers out of the ACC. It was their first match-up against an FBS opponent since 2018 when they lost 45-0 to the Georgia Bu…

When the Austin Peay State Governors traveled to Montgomery, Ala. to play in the nationally televised FCS Kickoff game last weekend, perhaps their most memorable part of the trip did not come from the football field.

Austin Peay State University is in a bad relationship with the Ohio Valley Conference. It’s almost like they have a bad case of Stockholm syndrome. They were a charter member of the OVC, and even though former rivals like Middle Tennessee State and Western Kentucky have grown into bigger lea…

Twelve Austin Peay tennis players were honored by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) as scholar athletes, the school announced on Monday.

The Ohio Valley Conference officially announced a handful of changes for the fall sports season in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Monday would have been the Ohio Valley Conference’s virtual media day, but the league decided to postpone the event to give themselves more time to mull over a decision for how they will proceed with the fall sports season. 

The Austin Peay football team announced the arrival of 11 incoming transfers for the 2020 season.

The Austin Peay State athletic department announced on June 24 its plans to curate an ambitious new all-sport indoor facility. It will feature 26,000 square feet of playing surface fit for football, baseball, softball and golf, with the school’s Director of Athletic Performance Christopher C…

Mike Peake, a 6-foot-8 forward from Kansas City, has officially announced his intent to transfer to Austin Peay State to continue his basketball career.

After enjoying their best season in program history in 2019, the Austin Peay football team enters 2020 with lofty expectations from local and national media alike. 

Several Austin Peay State University athletics officials and coaches have issued statements in light of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the ensuing protests that occurred across the country, including in Clarksville. 

APSU Director of Athletics Gerald Harrison announced on Friday that the Governors are entering Phase I of a return to action. 

Austin Peay basketball star Terry Taylor announced Tuesday via Twitter that he will be withdrawing his name from the NBA Draft and return to the Govs for his senior season.

After announcing his intentions to enter the NBA Draft on April 13, Austin Peay State guard Jordyn Adams has officially withdrawn and will return to Clarksville for his sophomore season.