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January 6, 2004

Lady Govs Bergeron named Player of the Week–(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/17/03)

Govs basketball ticket reminder–(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/17/03)

Despite early struggles, Govs ready for Louisville–(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/19/03)

Lady Govs facing their share of tough non-conference foes–(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/19/03)

Govs arent focused on revenge–(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/20/03)

Lady Govs faced with another challenge–(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/20/03)
January 6, 2004

“Lady Govs' Bergeron named Player of the Week”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/17/03)

“Govs basketball ticket reminder”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/17/03)

“Despite early struggles, Govs ready for Louisville”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/19/03)

“Lady Govs facing their share of tough non-conference foes”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/19/03)

“Govs aren't focused on revenge”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/20/03)

“Lady Govs faced with another challenge”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/20/03)

“Holmes leads MTSU past APSU”—Lady Govs lose to Middle Tennessee, 61-46.—(The Tennessean, 12/21/03)

“Louisville turns back Austin Peay, helps Maybin”— (The Tennessean, 12/21/03)

“Govs make strides in loss”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/21/03)

“Lady Govs lackadaisical in defeat”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/21/03)

“Lady Govs hit road again playing at Lipscomb”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/22/03)

“Area Roundup”—Lady Govs defeat David Lipscomb University, 65-60.—(The Tennessean, 12/23/03)

“Haynes sparks Lady Govs with a double-double”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/23/03)

“Governors Isom, Richardson named to academic all-star team”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/23/03)

“Loos apologizes after MTSU loss”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/24/03)

“APSU's Hardin plays bigger than 6-foot-5 counterpart”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/24/03)

“Lady Govs confident about chances against UK”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/30/03)

“Foul trouble leads to loss vs. UK”—Lady Govs lose, 82-56.—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/31/03)

“Govs not intimidated by No. 8 Wildcats”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/31/03)

“If history holds true, Govs will stay close to UK”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/31/03)

“Governors take ‘Cats to the wire”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/1/04)

“Govs open OVC schedule at Jacksonville St.”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/3/04)

“Lady Govs' ball-handling to be tested by pressing UAB”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/4/04)

“Top 10 Local Sports Stories of 2003”—The year's list included the Lady Govs' third straight OVC tournament title win (2), the men's basketball team's OVC regular-season win (3), former Austin Peay star Trenton Hassell's signing with the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves (6) and former Northeast star Andy Blackston's return to coach Lady Govs basketball (9).—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/4/04)

“Govs win opener in OVC”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/4/04)

“Lady Govs hold off UAB”—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/4/04)

“Wells returns to Dunn Center as Globetrotter”—Bubba Wells, the Govs' all-time leading scorer, and former Gov Otis “Mr. OK” Key, return to the Dunn Jan. 5 as members of the Harlem Globetrotters.—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/5/04)

“Wells shows there's still a few moves left”—Austin Peay great showcases his talents with Globetrotters.—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/6/04)

“Hampton learns life is different in lineup”—Maurice “Squeaky” Hampton cracks the Govs' starting lineup.—(The Leaf-Chronicle, 1/6/04)