March 28, 2015
Wisconsin forward Sam Dekker celebrates at the end of the regional final against Arizona in the NCAA Tournament on Saturday in Los Angeles. Wisconsin beat Arizona 85-78 to advance to the Final Four.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo reacts during the second half of his team's regional semifinal against Oklahoma in the NCAA Tournament on Friday in Syracuse, New York.
Gonzaga head coach Mark Few, right, answers a question with players during a news conference Saturday at the NCAA Tournament in Houston. Gonzaga plays Duke in a regional final on Sunday.
Driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. heads into his garage stall during practice Saturday for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at the Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Virginia.
Detroit Tigers' Miguel Cabrera, right, is congratulated by J.D. Martinez after hitting a two-run home run during the first inning of a spring training exhibition game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday in Lakeland, Florida.
Trophies and other memorabilia belonging to Sophie Cunningham and her sister, Lindsey Cunningham, sit on shelves in her home March 21 in Columbia.
Sri Jaladi, a sixth-grader from Parkway West Middle School, holds the microphone while answering a question in the final rounds of the 2015 Missouri Geographic Bee, hosted by National Geographic, at MU's Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building on Friday.
Seventh-graders Corey Cook and Nikhil Krishnan watch as fellow finalist Cameron Haake responds to a question in the final rounds of the 2015 Missouri Geographic Bee on Friday. National Geographic plans to host a final geography bee in Washington, D.C., with finalists from all 50 states.
Missouri elementary and middle school students clasp their hands as their wait their turn to answer questions for the preliminary rounds of the 2015 Missouri Geographic Bee on Friday. Ten finalists competed for the chance to represent the state in a National Geographic Bee.
Students from Missouri elementary and middle schools answer questions at the 2015 Missouri Geographic Bee, hosted by National Geographic, as family and friends watch their progress on Friday. Of 106 total participants, only 10 were allowed into the final round, and the winner will compete in the National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C.
March 27, 2015
Duke's Amile Jefferson dunks against Utah during the second half of a regional semifinal game in Houston on Friday.
Missouri tennis player Cassidy Spearman follows through her serve during a match against Tennessee at the Green Tennis Center on Friday. Last year, Spearman had an overall doubles record of 11-15, according to the team website.
Missouri's Beatriz "Bea" Machado Santos hits a serve from Tennessee during a match at the Green Tennis Center on Friday. Santos, a sophomore at MU, was a national tennis champion in her home country of Portugal during high school, according to the team's website.
Missouri's Kelli Hine serves the ball at a tennis match against Tennessee at the Green Tennis Center on Friday. Hine, now a junior, held a 15-18 overall record last year for her first season at MU, according to the Missouri Tennis website.
Missouri head tennis coach Sasha Schmid gives feedback to Beatriz "Bea" Machado Santos during a match against Tennessee at the Green Tennis Center on Friday. Missouri lost the match 4-1.
Louisville's Montrezl Harrell drives past North Carolina State's Ralston Turner, No. 22, and Abdul-Malik Abu during the first half of a regional semifinal Friday in Syracuse, N.Y. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
Gonzaga's Przemek Karnowski reacts during the second half of Friday's regional semifinal game against UCLA in Houston. Gonzaga won 74-62 and advanced to its first Elite Eight since 1999.
Six candidates talk to attendees at the Boone County Muleskinners forum for First Ward Candidates at the Columbia Country Club on Friday. The candidates fielded six questions and had one minute to respond.
First Ward City Council candidate Rob Stewart speaks to attendees at the Boone County Muleskinners forum at the Columbia Country Club on Friday. "I'm a good listener," Stewart said during the meeting.