Missouri lost to Oklahoma State in both games of the regular season, including a 68-47 loss on Saturday. And three Missouri players were recognized on Big 12 teams.
The Cardinals' Kyle Lohse pitched the first two innings and allowed only one runner who homered. He threw strikes on 20 of his 26 pitches.
Among today's top stories: President Barack Obama will deliver a commencement address in Joplin. Obama and Israel's prime minister meet to discuss conflicts between Israel and Iran.
Thomas Robinson, a junior forward for the Jayhawks, averaged 18 points and a league-high 11.9 rebounds a game this season. He was the unanimous pick in the AP awards.
The president will deliver remarks at the May 21 commencement. Joplin High was destroyed by a tornado, forcing students to attend classes at a nearby mall.
The Southeastern Conference got rid of the two-division format in basketball in hopes that more SEC teams would be selected for the NCAA tournament. The SEC plans to keep the format when Missouri and Texas A&M join the conference next year.
After surviving the deadly tornado that killed both parents and her siblings, 15-month-old Angel Babcock died in Kosair Children's Hospital.
It's been six years since Sandra Hayes won a share of a $224 million Powerball jackpot. Since then, she said she has come to understand the pressure that comes along with luck and money.
State agencies with employees who drive as part of their job are being told to make cuts to other parts of their budgets to pay for gas as prices continue to rise.
The tornado took place less than an hour after last year's graduation ceremony. The president last visited the town days after the storm.
The plan cuts an aid program for blind people in order to not cut money from public colleges and universities.
The wide receiver, who made 81 catches for 1,159 yards and five TDs last season, is guaranteed a salary of about $9.5 million in the 2012-13 season.
Tampa Bay Lightning general manager Steve Yzerman was tabbed on Monday to lead Canada's hockey team at a second straight Winter Olympics. St. Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong will be one of the assistants.
Rapid approval of loan requests from those hit hard by last week's violent storms was authorized Monday.
The two leaders are linked by the history and necessity of their nations' deep alliance, if not much personal warmth, and they both used their moment to try to steer the agenda on their terms.
The first lady will speak at two events hosted by the Democratic National Committee.
Missouri Speaker of the House Steve Tilley, R-Perryville, has control over ethics legislation while displaying questionable ethics himself.
Amnesty for delinquent tax payers isn't the greatest principle, but it makes up for money lost and doesn't cost as much as a hard-line approach.