Former Missouri soccer player Janelle Cordia makes her mark in Europe

Janelle Cordia kicks the ball against a wall at Daniel Devine Athletic Pavilion last month. Cordia will play for Fortuna Hjørring, a soccer team in Denmark.

Columbia native Janelle Cordia, who played soccer professionally for three years in Finland, has moved to Denmark to play on the team Fortuna Hjørring as a defensive midfield player.

Missouri deer hunting reaches crossroads

Missouri no longer is the land of plenty when it comes to whitetails, hunters say. A severe disease outbreak, liberalized hunting regulations, several years of drought and reduced habitat have them worried.

Earnest Ross helps Missouri basketball in return to Auburn

Missouri grabs a 70-68 road win against Ross' former team.

UPDATE: Missouri's Dorial Green-Beckham arrested in Springfield marijuana incident

The wide receiver has been released, and no charges have been filed. Springfield police Lt. Shawn Williams called the incident "run of the mill."

Blount has 4 TD runs, Pats top Colts 43-22

LeGarrette Blount ran the Patriots into their third straight AFC championship game.

Columbia men's basketball rolls to 15-1

Ten different players scored for Columbia, led by Wendell Crowder and Gerardo Isla, who each had 11 points against Hannibal-LaGrange.

Missouri women's basketball faces tough road test at No. 9 Kentucky

After Thursday's victory over No. 25 Georgia, the Missouri women's basketball team hopes to upset another SEC foe when it squares off against No. 9 Kentucky at 4 p.m. on Sunday. 

Missouri wrestling notches shutout

Missouri beat Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville 40-0 Saturday. It was the 13th for Missouri over a 15-year period and Missouri's third shutout in the past two seasons.

Tolton girls basketball defeats Atlanta

The Tolton girls basketball team beat Atlanta 43-26 Saturday.

Sophie Cunningham leads Rock Bridge girls basketball to win

Sophie Cunningham scored her 1,000th career point in the win.

Columbia College women stop Hannibal

The Columbia College women's basketball team used a late second half rally to defeat Hannibal-LaGrange 70-62 Saturday.

Tolton boys basketball defeats Atlanta

Michael Tolton scored 29 points to lead Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic to a 71-21 win over Atlanta on Saturday.

Williams Baptist outruns Stephens College basketball

Jenna Zmyslony led Stephens College with 15 points, but the Stars dropped a 90-33 loss to Williams Baptist on Saturday.

Missouri women finish 2nd, men 3rd in double dual swimming meet

The Missouri men's and women's swimming teams put up mixed results in a double dual meet against Tennessee and Virginia Tech on Saturday in Knoxville, Tenn.


Lowry Henley was assistant director of Memorial Union and Brady Commons

Lowry Henley of Columbia died Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014. He was 91.

Lowry Henley, of Columbia, Sept. 20, 1922-Jan. 7, 2014

Lowry Henley of Columbia, MO died Tuesday, January 7, 2014. He was 91 years old.

Cloris M. Tyler, of Columbia, Feb. 14, 1922-January 11, 2014

Cloris M. Gibson Tyler, 91, of Columbia, died Jan. 11, 2014.

The Beast runs loose again as Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks roll Saints

When he got around the edge, there was no one for Marshawn Lynch to hit. Directly ahead was open field, the end zone and the Seattle Seahawks’ place in the NFC championship game.

Vanderbilt's James Franklin hired at Penn State

Franklin, 41, who led Vanderbilt to bowls in all three of his seasons there, replaces Bill O'Brien, who left the Nittany Lions after two years to coach the NFL's Houston Texans.

Ariel Sharon, Israel's bulldozer in politics, dies at 85

The former prime minister was a farmer-turned-soldier, a soldier-turned-politician, a politician-turned-statesman — a hard-charging Israeli who built Jewish settlements on war-won land but didn't shy away from destroying them when he deemed them no longer useful.