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Graduate assistant coach Jodie Heinicka celebrates at the Hearnes Center after a floor exercise performance by a member of the Mizzou Gymnastics Team.

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Jodie Heinicka competed with the MU Gymnastics team from 2002 to 2006.

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Nicole Wilson smashes the ball against Kansas during the third game of the match won by Mizzou on Oct. 4, 2006. Wilson led the Tigers with 13 kills.

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Jodie Heinicka, graduate assistant in the total persons program, stands next to one of the many displays in the newly-created ahtlete center.

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In 2008, Coach Cindy Stein recruited Nicole Wilson to add height and defense to the basketball team's interior.

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Laura Idle and John Gilbreth sing a love song to each other while playing a ukulele and a guitar March 26 on the bandstand at CAT 3 television studio at Stephens College. The two aren't dating, but they are still able to create what they call "the spirit of a Captain & Tennille situation."

Satin & Chenille enchant through the power of love duets

Laura Idle and John Gilbreth sing a love song to each other while playing a ukulele and a guitar March 26 on the bandstand at CAT 3 television studio at Stephens College. The two aren't dating, but they are still able to create what they call "the spirit of a Captain & Tennille situation."

Missouri softball rallies to sweep Texas Tech

Missouri second baseman Andee Allen bats in the bottom of the third inning during the Tigers' series finale against Texas Tech on Sunday. Allen later hit a three run double in the bottom of the fourth inning.

Alternative spring break in New York was learning experience

From left, Philip Prouhet, Kate Simmons, Kyle Luke, Steven Adamski, Melanie Wright, Amanda Morgan, Katie Lappe and Sarah Nussbaum enjoy their final night of the alternative spring break over dinner in mid-Manhattan. Not pictured are April Choi, Candace Harris, Sara Stogner, Ericka Evans and Lindsay Durbin.

For MU baseball, every pitch counts

Missouri pitcher Nick Tepesch pitches during the sixth inning of the game against Texas Longhorns, on Sunday. The Tigers lost 9-2.

Community members come together, clean up Columbia in annual event

Missouri Stream Team member Veronica Clare, left, signs in with fellow member Sarah Wolken before volunteering at Lions-Stephens Park in Columbia. About 15 volunteers were on hand Saturday morning to help remove trash in the park as part of the city's 12th annual Cleanup Columbia day.

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Jessica Kendrick, front, coach of the spirit squad at Central Methodist University, helps pick up trash with the Westwinds neighborhood association along Stadium Blvd. From left, Otonye Jack, Ashley Ermeling and Raven Webster, members of the spirit squad, also clean up along the highway.

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Peter Byger of the Benton-Stephens neighborhood association crawls under some low-hanging limbs while cleaning up trash in Lions-Stephens Park in Columbia. "I wanna make sure I get all the way back here, it's like people use this place as their personal trash can," Byger said. About 15 volunteers were on hand Saturday morning to help remove trash and trim foliage in the park as part of the city's 12th annual Cleanup Columbia day.

Car enthusiasts showcase Corvettes at annual show

Dave Laney from Topeka, Kan., has owned several corvettes since his racing days in the 70s. He drove his 1965 Corvette Sting Ray convertible to Columbia on Saturday to be judged at the 14th Annual Corvette Cup.

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Dave Laney says he's got about 600 horse powers under his 1965 Corvette Convertible Sting Ray and can get up to 180 miles per hour. "It does about four and half miles per gallon," says Laney. "So you're not going to make a lot of long trips unless you stop at every other gas station."

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Michael LaCoste, second to right, and Alex Trumble, far right, act in an office while Daniel Willis shoots his short film, "Ups and Downs," on March 17. Willis said he plans to submit the film to the Silver Screen Film Festival.

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Missouri baseball fans bundled up for the Tiger's game against the Texas Longhorns on Friday. Many spectators even used blankets to stay warm in case their sweatshirts and coats weren't enough.

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Missouri quarterback and Heisman finalist Chase Daniel threw out the ceremonial first-pitch of the Tiger's game against the Texas Longhorns on Friday.

Priday, not Crow, makes history for Missouri baseball team

Missouri's Jacob Priday is congratulated by his teammates after hitting a three-run home run in the third inning of the Tiger's game against the Texas Longhorns on Friday. Priday hit four homers on the night, breaking the Big 12 Conference record, during the Tigers' 31-12 victory.

Columbia's aspiring young filmmakers emerge for student film festival

Kevin Kersting, left, and Ben Kaplan, right, battle mummies as part of their movie filming on March 9. The main fight scenes for the movie were filmed on the Francis Quadrangle on the MU campus.
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