MU wrestlers brace for Cornell

More tough competition awaits Missouri 165-pound wrestler Nick Marable when the Tigers host Cornell on Sunday at Hearnes Center.

Missouri track team kicks off season at Mountain West challenge

Missouri tennis falls to Arkansas

Douglass boys basketball team wins tournament

Hickman girls basketball team wins two games in Kansas City

Bruin grapplers place well at Francis Howell North Tournament

Big second quarter propels Hickman past Hannibal

Hannibal head coach Brad Kurz said it is hard to win a game when you have a quarter where your team gives up 30 points. “We came out flat and put no offensive pressure on them,” Kurz said. “You are not going to win many games when you turn the ball over like we did in the second quarter.”

Lyons leads comeback in MU victory over Colorado

The host Colorado Buffaloes scored the first 11 points of the game. Slow starts have been common for MU when playing away from home. But instead of not being able to overcome the early deficit, MU rallied from as many as 14 points down to beat Colorado 66-62 on Saturday afternoon.

Missouri women's basketball held to season-lowing scoring total in loss to Texas

Texas constantly put pressure on MU by trapping on the perimeter and playing tough man-to-man defense to force 23 Tiger turnovers and MU’s worst offensive game of the season. Tigers coach Cindy Stein said the Longhorns’ defense wasn’t the problem. Instead it was a lack of production from supporting players who Stein said needed to want to score more.

Columbia man arrested for tampering, leaving scene of accident

Micah A. Schafer, 20, was arrested early Saturday morning after wrecking the stolen vehicle he was driving and then leaving the site of the accident.

Steelman announces candidacy for governor

Missouri State Treasurer Sarah Steelman formally announced her candidacy for governor Saturday, making her the second candidate to do so.

Season winding down, seniors lead MU swim teams to win over Hawkeyes

The MU swim team has faced a tough six weeks as they come towards the end of their season and the Big 12 Swimming Championships in roughly a month.

“We did some tough sets and dry land – both mentally and physically tough,” senior Sarah Menefee said of a week long training trip to Phoenix, where the team trained about five hours a day. “It was challenging, and it connects to how we’re performing in January.”

Students audition for “Schoolhouse Rock!” musical

Performing Arts in Children’s Education, or PACE, held auditions Saturday for “Schoolhouse Rock Live! Jr.,” a trimmed-down version of the original “Schoolhouse Rock!” musical.

Zone defense shuts down Columbia College women's basketball in loss

Columbia College only managed to score eight more points in the half, while connecting on just 24 percent of their first-half shots. McKendree took advantage of the Cougars’ offensive woes, building an 18-point halftime lead on their way to a 78-58 win.

Columbia College men's basketball loses to McKendree

The NAIA’s second-most accurate three-point shooting team, McKendree hit five of its first six three-pointers in the second half and finished8 for 15 shooting. The Bearcats shot 51 percent from the field for the game.

Catholic Schools Week begins

Columbia Catholic School has organized a week full of events involving students, parents and the Catholic community in Columbia.

Downtown art gallery will be missed by community

Spare Parts Gallery, which announced last week that it will be closing in February, has left an impression on the community and other gallery owners with its eclectic feel.

Hickman girls' basketball rosters

City’s Vision and Action Plan needs community support

The only way the Vision and Action Plan will succeed is if citizens continue to nag Columbia City Council about it.

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