Life after collegiate sports

This package explores three different routes taken by former Missouri Athletes on their pathways through life after college.

Missouri softball team's hot offense cools in loss at Nebraska

The Missouri softball team was held to only four hits in a 5-2 loss against Nebraska on Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.  The loss ended Missouri's seven-game winning streak.

Reliever makes case for becoming starter in Missouri baseball team's loss

The Tigers' Kelly Fick pitched well in the last three innings of the Missouri baseball team's 9-8 loss to Kansas on Saturday in Lawrence, Kan.

Founders, visitors, residents celebrate 20th anniversary of Katy Trail

Gov. Jay Nixon and former Columbia Mayor Darwin Hindman attended the ceremony.

The Center Project community center celebrates its one year anniversary

The organization, which was originally founded in 2003, moves forward with plans to open satellite centers in seven counties surrounding Boone County.

MU grad student wins $50,000 on first night of 'Millionaire'

Cassie Belek will continue with the $100,000 question and one lifeline left, on Monday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. on KMIZ (ABC).

525 students graduate Saturday from Columbia College

Columbia College celebrated its 2010 commencement by honoring old traditions. 

Competition drives Rock Bridge sprinters

When Rock Bridge senior sprinters Chris Walton and Quinn Gray aren't competing against each other in the 200 meters, they compete together on the Bruins 4x100-meter and 4x400-meter relays.

Rock Bridge soccer team wins one at tournament

The Rock Bridge girls soccer team won one game and tied two others Friday and Saturday at the Notre Dame tournament in Quincy, Ill.

Missouri golfer ends collegiate career at NCAA regional

Missouri women's golfer Julia Potter concluded her collegiate career Saturday an with an 80 in the final round of the NCAA Central Regional in Columbus, Ind. She finished the day with a 54-hole score of 234, which put her in a tie for 26th place.