ATLANTA - Three ASUN Conference Women's Tennis programs are sending members of their squads to compete at the ITA Women's All-American Championship in Cary, North Carolina. The event begins with the Pre-Qualifying Singles and Doubles Rounds hosted by the Cary Tennis Park, Duke University, North Carolina and North Carolina State on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1-2.
ATLANTA - Austin Peay's Mikayla Powell, Jacksonville's Kariana Ayala-Drew, FGCU's Chelsey Locky and Bellarmine's Gabby Brissett earned this week's ASUN Conference Volleyball honors, announced by the league office on Monday. Powell (Player), Ayala-Drew (Defensive Player) and Brissett (Freshman) all earned the first awards of their careers while Lockey secured her second Setter of the Week recognition of the season.
ATLANTA – After winning medalist honors at the GolfWeek Fall Challenge with a 9-under-par 204 (64-66-74), Austin Peay's Erica Scutt was tabbed the ASUN Conference Women's Golfer of the Week, announced Thursday afternoon by the league office. Scutt carded the two best individual 18-hole rounds in Governor history with her 64 (-7) and 66 (-5) en route to the best three-round finish in Austin Peay Women's Golf history as well. The Governors smashed their previous 54-hole team record of 872 by 15 strokes to finish the tournament with a three-round score of 857.
ATLANTA - North Alabama's Taylor Floyd, Austin Peay's Erin Eisenhart, Jacksonville State's Claire Ochs and Stetson's Sophia Groom earned this week's ASUN Conference Volleyball honors, announced by the league office on Tuesday. All four recipients took home the first honors of their careers with Floyd named Player of the Week, Eisenhart tabbed Defensive Player of the Week, Ochs selected Setter of the Week and Groom receiving Freshman of the Week.
ATLANTA – With the 30th season of ASUN Conference Women's Soccer approaching, the league previews each of the 14 conference squads in preparation for this fall's competition. Austin Peay looks to make an immediate impact as the squad enters its first season in the league.
ATLANTA – Seven ASUN Conference Men's Tennis programs and 41 individual student-athletes were recognized on the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Teams and Scholar Athlete awards, announced by the organization. Stetson earned the most individual recognition on the Division I list with eight honorees out of a total of 933 men's tennis student-athletes with this prestigious accolade. North Florida and new league member Austin Peay all had six selections while FGCU and Liberty earned five selections and Kennesaw State had two. Fellow league newcomer Queens earned nine scholar-athlete recognitions after completing its final season in Division II.
ATLANTA – Eight ASUN Conference Women's Tennis programs and 58 individual players were recognized on the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Teams and Scholar-Athlete awards, announced by the organization. Kennesaw State landed the most student-athletes on the Division I list with nine honorees out of a total of 1,517 women's tennis student-athletes recognized with this prestigious accolade. Liberty earned eight selections while North Florida and Stetson had seven honorees and FGCU had six representatives. Bellarmine and incoming league member, Austin Peay, both landed five selections on the award list. Additionally, Queens collected 11 scholar-athlete selections after the Royals completed their final season in Division II.
ATLANTA, Ga. - The ASUN Conference officially welcomed its newest members, Austin Peay State University and Queens University of Charlotte, on July 1. APSU announced its acceptance of the ASUN's membership invitation at a press conference last September while Queens made its move to Division I athletics official in May.
ATLANTA, Ga. – The ASUN Conference announced today the addition of Austin Peay State University into the league after a unanimous vote by the ASUN Presidents' Council. With the introduction of the Governors, the league expands to 13 member institutions as the ASUN welcomes its second university in the state of Tennessee.