Missouri tennis team easily defeats Iowa State

The Tigers defeated Iowa State 7-0 on Saturday in Ames, Iowa, losing just three sets in the six singles matches.

Tigers soccer team comes from behind to win 3-1

Minnesota led 1-0 at halftime, but the Tigers tied the match when freshman forward Alysha Bonnick scored in the 53rd minute.

Missouri gymnastics team to miss out on National Championships

The Missouri gymnastics team finished fourth out of six teams Saturday at the NCAA Central Regional in Baton Rouge, La. Their 195.100 was the lowest score since their opening Big 12 Conference meet against Iowa State on Jan. 18.

Multiple Tigers set personal bests at Tom Botts Invitational

Sophomore Nick Adcock set a personal record at the Tom Botts Invitational with a win the 110-meter high hurdles at 14.45 seconds.

Jamieson making all the right moves for Missouri baseball

With his team struggling, Missouri coach Tim Jamieson’s lineup and rotation changes have worked out even better than he could have hoped.

Starters in secondary a proven commodity

There’s only one position in the secondary that doesn’t have a returning starter from 2007 atop the depth chart in the spring. That’s because free safety William Moore needed surgery after an injury in the Cotton Bowl and won’t be able to reclaim his position until the fall.

Novelist critiques views about Iran

Fatemeh Keshavarz of Washington University lectured at MU Thursday and Friday about the side of Iranian culture Americans seldom see.

Car enthusiasts showcase Corvettes at annual show

Corvette lovers from around the Midwest braved Saturday’s unseasonably chilly weather to show off their beloved rides at the 14th annual Mid-Missouri Corvette Cup, benefiting the Central Missouri Dream Factory.

Man drives car through front of house, police say

Justin Purdy of Columbia was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident and other traffic offenses.

Community members come together, clean up Columbia in annual event

Despite the cold, wet weather, about 1,200 volunteers participated in the citywide Cleanup Columbia event, picking up 1,548 bags of trash.

Magnolia tree dedicated to late MU history professor and Jefferson scholar

A magnolia tree on MU’s Francis Quadrangle, near the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Garden, was dedicated Friday in honor of Noble Cunningham.

Tuesday’s voters called the school system’s bluff

Priday, not Crow, makes history for Missouri baseball team

Jacob Priday broke the Big 12 records for home runs and total bases in a game on Friday, leading the Missouri Tigers past the Texas Longhorns, 31-12. Aaron Crow's consecutive scoreless innings streak ended at 43, after he allowed 5 runs in the first inning. Wind gusts of 30 mph helped balls leap off the bats of hitters all night.