APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Sophomore Brooke Moore  posted 11 kills and led Austin Peay State University’s (APSU) volleyball team to a three-set sweep (25-15, 25-19, 25-12) of Alabama A&M, Tuesday night, at the Winfield Dunn Center.
Austin Peay (8-1), playing at home for the first time this season, had eight different hitters record a kill and 11 players recorded a point in the victory.
Moore finished with a team-best 13 points, adding a service ace and a block to her night’s tally.
Alabama A&M (3-9) was led by Terra Brooks’ 13-kill performance. The Bulldogs would lead early in the first and second sets, but their largest lead was only three points early in the second set.
The Governors return to the road for their next five matches, beginning with this weekend’s trip to Houston, Texas for the Rice adidas® Invitational. Austin Peay will face Ole Miss, McNeese and Rice in the three-match event.
Austin Peay scored four consecutive points and seven of eight in a crucial stretch to turn the tide in its direction.
Austin Peay then took charge with a 10-1 burst to build a 23-12 lead and never looked back.
SET 2, Govs Win 25-19
Alabama A&M started the second set by scoring four of the set’s first five points.
SET 3, Govs Win 25-12
Austin Peay led the final set wire-to-wire, scoring five of the first six points.
The Govs would break the set open with another 4-0 run that saw Haley Turner  post a pair of aces and Austin Peay cruised to the win.
APSU Govs Notably
Stucker Now Fourth Among APSU Setters
Kristen Stucker  moved into sole possession of fourth place on Austin Peay’s career assists leaderboard, finishing the night with 3,784 assists.
She needs 340 assists to move into third-place all-time and is 1,102 assists from breaking the Govs all-time record.