March 22, 2009
J.T. Tiller defends against Marquette's Dwight Burke as Lazar Hayward and Leo Lyons look on.
J.T. Tiller puts up a shot over Marquette's Jerel McNeal, center, and Lazar Hayward with 5.5 seconds left in the game. Tiller was fouled and injured his wrist upon landing.
J.T. Tiller pounds the court after being fouled in the final seconds of the game. The foul resulted in an injured wrist, and Tiller being substituted by Kim English.
Mike Anderson Jr., left, celebrates the Tigers' 83-79 victory with teammate J.T. Tiller.
With 2.5 seconds remaining, Marquette guard Maurice Acker attempts a long shot, but Missouri forward DeMarre Carroll blocks it.
Freshman Kim English sinks a clutch free throw with 5.5 seconds left in the game. English replaced J.T. Tiller after Tiller injured his wrist. English finished the game with a career-high 17 points.
Marquette's Dominic James jumps to block J.T. Tiller underneath the basket. Tiller finished the game with 10 points, three assists and three steals.
Missouri players and fans celebrate the Tigers' victory over Marquette on March 22, 2009. The team will advance to play in Arizona next week.
Missouri forward Leo Lyons drives past Marquette's Lazar Hayward. Lyons finished with a team-high 18 points.
MU's Trevor Coleman absorbs the aftershock as Texas A&M's Brooks Raley slides into home plate Sunday in Columbia.
Greg Folgia runs for the ball during the MU-Texas A&M game Sunday in Columbia.
Nick Tepesch pitches during the MU-Texas A&M game Sunday in Columbia.
Steve Grey bats during the MU-Texas A&M game Sunday in Columbia.
Paige Holmes, 10, bundles up against the rain during MU's Big 12 softball game against Texas on Sunday in Columbia. A rain delay called in the first half-hour of the game was later lifted.
MU's Lindsey Ubrun takes a swing during MU's Big 12 softball game against Texas on Sunday in Columbia.
Lisa Simmons, left, high-fives Rhea Taylor during the first hour of MU's Big 12 softball game against Texas on Sunday in Columbia.
Missouri guard Matt Lawrence drives to the basket past Marquette's Jerel McNeal.
The Schapira boys, Todd and his son T.J., 11, enjoy each other's company. They play a game of "twenty-one" on their homemade basketball hoop at their home on Central St. in downtown Rocheport. "It's real easy to hang out with him," said T.J. "He doesn't whine and stuff like the girls (his Mother and sister) do. He's funny when we hang out!"
The suspect, Ronald Keith Taylor, was found in the pharmacy section, ingested with several pharmaceutical pills. Police found no firearms on him, however he was carrying a knife.
Several heavily armed Columbia police officers secured the Walgreens at Providence Road and Broadway after midnight Sunday. A man inside the store was threatening to commit suicide.