The Tigers host first round play for a fourth consecutive year.
Images of MU's graduation weekend, a Hickman baseball game and a planned construction project were among the week's best photos by Missourian staff photographers.
In the spirit of Mother's Day, we asked readers to describe their mothers in one word. Here's what they said.
The Mahir family moved from Iraq to Columbia in 2006 after war broke out in their homeland. At that time, Shehla Mahir found herself raising a family in a place far from her own family, friends and home.
Catcher Jenna Marston ended the mini-marathon with a sharp single up the middle in the 10th inning, plating sophomore Mackenzie Sykes, who scored the only run of the game from second base.
The dean of the law school and the president-elect of the Missouri Bar Association gave advice to the future lawyers at Sunday's ceremony.
Missourian interactive news editor Laura Johnston reflects on celebrating Mother's day after the death of her own mother.
Missouri allowed runs in all but two innings against Memphis.
Native Columbian Billie Silvey gets a quick glimpse and snaps some photos of a fledgling bluebird on her deck.
Among today's top stories from The Associated Press: Critical talks to form a governing coalition in crisis-struck Greece foundered once more. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is turning 28 just a few days before his company's stock starts trading on the Nasdaq.
St. Louis batters struck out 14 times and stranded 10 runners to get swept for the first time this season.
A six-run ninth inning propelled Kansas City to 9-1 win.
The class of 2012 is leaving college with something that many graduates since the start of the Great Recession have lacked: jobs.
For years, Gac Filipaj mopped floors, cleaned toilets and took out trash at Columbia University. On Sunday, the 52-year-old janitor donned a cap and gown to graduate with a bachelor's degree in classics.
Zuckerberg is exactly half the age of the average S&P 500 CEO.