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APSU Soccer releases 2022 non-conference schedule – Clarksville Online

By June 6, 2022July 1st, 2022Sports events

Clarksville, TN – An eight-game non-conference slate and playing times for the entire 18-game campaign are set for the freshman head coach Kim McGowanwho will lead the Austin Peay State University (APSU) football team in its first season in the ASUN conference.

Prior to the start of the season, the Governors are hosting a pair of exhibition games against Little Rock on August 7 and Western Kentucky on August 14.




Austin Peay State University opens the regular season on the road in Oxford, Ohio, when it takes on Miami, Ohio on Aug. 14 — the school where McGowan served as an assistant coach for the past four seasons. The Govs then remain on the road to face Evansville on August 21.

McGowan will make his debut at Morgan Brothers Soccer Field when APSU Governors first host Idaho State on Aug. 26. After hosting Chattanooga on Aug. 28, the governors hit the road to take on former conference rival UT Martin on Aug. 31 and Middle Tennessee on Sept. 4.

Governors wrap up the non-conference slate when they host Belmont on Sept. 8 and Alabama A&M on Sept. 11 in Clarksville.

Austin Peay State University’s eight-game non-conference slate joins a ten-game ASUN schedule that will see the governors host Lipscomb (September 17), Bellarmine (September 29), Eastern Kentucky (October 2), Jacksonville ( October 6) and North Florida (October 9) at Morgan Brothers Soccer Field.

Governors will also visit central Arkansas (September 22), northern Alabama (September 25), Stetson (October 13), the Florida Gulf Coast (October 16) and Queens (October 22). ) during their first season in ASUN.

Game schedules for the 2022 season are available at Austin Peay State University soccer schedule on LetsGoPeay.com

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