March 7, 2010
Texas Tech guard Monique Smalls drives through Missouri seniors Jessra Johnson, left, and Amanda Hanneman. Missouri's defense helped secure an overtime win.
Kansas State coach Frank Martin, right, talks with guard Jacob Pullen during Saturday's game against Iowa State in Manhattan, Kan.
Brad Keselowski (12) flips after being nudged by Carl Edwards, top, during the Kobalt Tools 500 on Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Ga.
Missouri junior RaeShara Brown goes to the net against Texas Tech's Kierra Mallard, right, and Christine Hyde. Brown finished with nine points and 10 rebounds.
Missouri women's basketball coach Cindy Stein, left, argues a call Sunday with basketball official Michol Murray at Mizzou Arena. The ever intense Stein is stepping down at season's end but showed she isn't letting it hold her back from coaching.
Garrison Fisher, 6, carries his bow and arrow after practicing his shooting Sunday at the Missouri Deer Classic held at Boone County Fairgrounds. Fisher's dad, Jack, who also shoots, took his son to the event.
Buck heads that were a part of the buck contest on display at the Missouri Deer Classic held this weekend at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Two types of classes were in the contest, current and historical with current having deer harvested in the last five years and historical having deer harvested six years ago or more.
Michael Byrne pushes his son Griffin Byrne on a swing at Stephens Lake Park on Friday. With temperatures in the 50s and 60s over the weekend, Columbia residents ventured outside on the first warm days of spring.
After high school, Catherine Lee was looking to play for an SEC school and was considering Georgia Tech, where Ehren Earleywine had been the coach. Earleywine was packing his bags to come coach for Missouri when letters expressing Lee's interest arrived at Georgia Tech.
Missouri's Catherine Lee, right, talks with teammate Abby Vock at a practice Friday at Dan Devine Pavillion. Lee is one of the Tigers' most talkative players according to junior Rhea Taylor, another Georgia native who was glad to hear Lee was joining the team.
March 6, 2010
MU senior Brooke Boehmer, left, and MU graduate student Lee Ann Isgrig help Hayden Ess, 3, on the balance beam at the adapted gymnastics practice in the Hearnes Center on Friday. "He loves the beams. That's probably his favorite," said Nicki Ess, Hayden's mother.
From left, MU junior Taylor McMillan, an occupational therapy student, MU junior Jessica Reaves, a pre-occupational therapy student, and Malinda Jackson, 5, tickle Thomas Jackson, 7, at the adapted gymnastics practice in the Hearnes Center on Friday. McMillan and Reaves serve as volunteer coaches for the gymnastics program and have worked with Thomas for about two years through Boone County Family Resources and the Thompson Center for Autism.
Abby Schuller, a first year professional student in the occupational therapy program, holds Shelbi Ritter, 4, at the adapted gymnastics practice in the Hearnes Center on Friday. Shelbi's parents, Ben and Crystal Ritter, brought her from Jefferson City to attend the practice for the first time that night.
Missouri guard Kim English jumps for a basket as Kansas guard Sherron Collins tries to block.
Missouri guard Zaire Taylor is blocked by Kansas defense during Saturday's game. Taylor scored five points for the Tigers.
Missouri forward Keith Ramsey looks for an opening against Kansas center Cole Aldrich during Saturday's game at Mizzou Arena. Ramsey got the most playing time for the Tigers with 36 minutes.
Missouri guard Zaire Taylor, left, attempts to score while forward Keith Ramsey defends against Kansas' center Markieff Morris and guard Xavier Henry in the second half of the Missouri v. Kansas game at Mizzou Arena on Saturday. Although MU scored first, Kansas would go on to win 77-56.
People enter Mizzou Arena to watch the MU-KU basketball game.
Jenna Lawson, left, brings her daughter o the MU-KU game.
A scalper sells tickets before the MU-KU game on Saturday.