The Tigers second round matchup will be Thursday at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky., at 8:20 p.m., playing a Colorado State team that they don’t know much about.
Basketball took center stage this week as Selection Sunday revealed the Missouri men's basketball team was awarded a No. 9 seed after an early exit from the SEC tournament.
The best images of the past week from Missourian photographers included Missouri men's basketball's first Southeastern Conference tournament, high school basketball and model trains.
Colleges in Missouri are tracking down former students who are on the verge of graduating to push them to earn their degrees in an attempt to boost college graduation rates.
New Missouri Senate bills could raise tax revenue for the state. One estimate suggests that Missouri may reap a net gain of $355 million in 2016, with that gradually declining to a $118 million revenue increase by 2019.
The Columbia Missourian Stylebook and Guide to Mid-Missouri will be undergoing its annual revisions in the coming weeks. If you have suggestions, feel free to send them along.
Stories about Missouri men's basketball dominated the charts this week as the Tigers entered Southeastern Conference Tournament play.
Missouri senior wrestlers Dom Bradley and Mike Larson have different plans after graduation, but both feel they will carry lessons learned from wrestling with them for life.
Missouri completes a sweep against Ole Miss (18-15, 1-5) Sunday with a 12-0 run-rule win in Oxford, Miss.
Fresh off of its first Mid-American Conference Tournament appearance and title, the Missouri wrestling team prepares for the NCAA Championships.
Even if you're not a basketball fan, the Missourian has what you need to know about Selection Sunday.
Despite an injured knee, Bruins' senior leader Hannah Dressler managed to make her way onto the court to play in Saturday night's Class 5 state championship victory over St. Joseph's Academy.
MU students are giving of their free time in service to others this spring break through organizations such as Alternative Spring Break and Engineers Without Borders.
Former Councilwoman Almeta Crayton, who is known for the Everybody Eats dinner in the fall, has announced an Easter egg hunt for children this year.
Tolton girls soccer, led by five experienced sophomore players, look to build on its first-year success as it transitions to regularly playing varsity opponents.
A suspect robbed the mixed martial arts store Saturday evening and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
A recreational sales tax at the Central Missouri Events Center, formerly known as the Boone County Fairgrounds, has raised little money since it took effect 17 months ago.
Efforts to make a more energy efficient Columbia are underway due to the work of environmental organizations in the city. On March 23 from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Columbia citizens will turn off their lights and other electrical devices to celebrate Earth Hour.
The Tigers will face Colorado State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday.
Legislative efforts to exempt security-related documents from public disclosure also could strengthen Missouri's open-records law.