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Texas corrals MU volleyball team

Missouri freshman Weiwen Wang, left, and sophmore Megan Wilson signal to their teammates against Texas on Saturday at Hearnes Center.

After Missouri (12-8, 5-6 Big 12) opened with a close loss in the first game for the second straight match, the Tigers again collapsed in the next Saturday against No. 6 Texas.

Bruins soccer team wins in penalty kick overtime

The Rock Bridge boys soccer team won a long, physical game against Springfield-Parkview on Saturday at Rock Bridge Field.

Defense holds strong<br>in MU win over Texas Tech

Coming off the heels of a loss last week at Oklahoma that players felt should have gone the other way, the Tigers put together their most impressive defensive performance to date in a 41-10 victory over the Red Raiders.

Hickman runners win boys district meet

The Hickman boys cross country team won the Class 4 District 5 championship Saturday at the Cole County Fairgrounds in Jefferson City, advancing to the sectionals Class 4 Sectional 3 next week in Columbia.

Missouri’s running game leads blowout victory over Texas Tech

While quarterback Chase Daniel struggled against Tech, throwing for a season-low 210 yards, Missouri’s rushing attack combined for 212 rushing yards against the Red Raiders.

Hollins the only sure starter in Missouri women’s basketball lineup

The Tigers lost their top two scorers and top two rebounders to graduation, and coach Cindy Stein will have to fill the rest her starting lineup with underclassmen.

Columbia residents invent tailgating innovation

Doug Simon and Tim Morrow came up with the Sports Fan Tailgating Table that hitches to the back of a vehicle.

Race won’t be factor in school redistricting

Race will not be considered by Columbia Public Schools when it redistricts to accommodate a new high school and elementary school.

International students experience MU Homecoming

With local culture on display in the form of Homecoming house decorations in Greek Town, Minsor Lee, Bora Lim, and Min Ju wandered through the throng of Mizzou enthusiasts, gaping and laughing and looking perplexed.

Native wildflowers may spring up along Missouri roads

The Missouri Department of Transportation is commemorating the 20th anniversary of its Adopt-A-Highway program by giving volunteers the chance to adopt stretches of road exclusively to plant Missouri wildflowers.

Final: Missouri 41, Texas Tech 10

Missouri tennis finishes fall play

The MU Tennis team struggled in their last competition of the fall season.

Man robbed by gunpoint on Park Avenue Friday night

Police said the victim was walking back to his car when three men approached him and demanded money.

Two arrested in connection with robbery of sandwich delivery driver

Police said an anonymous caller on Friday reported seeing the two men in Oakland Park.

Police looking for suspect in central Columbia robbery

The suspect ran northbound after taking money from a 30-year-old man near First and Ash streets Friday night.

Missouri soccer loses in overtime at Texas

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Playing it safe in 2008 campaign

Current presidential contenders could take a cue from Al Gore, a man not afraid to share big ideas.

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