COLUMBUS, Ohio — Fredrik Modin and the Columbus Blue Jackets hope their three-game winning streak is a sign of better things to come next season.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — As Jeff Burton considered how to beat Kyle Busch in the closing laps at Bristol Motor Speedway, he couldn’t shake the lessons his mother taught him as a child.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Gateway Arch won’t be the only major attraction in St. Louis when college hockey’s Frozen Four hits town next month. “Big Ben” is coming home.
Sometimes, you’ve just got to take one, or three, for the team. With one odd and painful at-bat, senior John McKee delivered that message to his teammates Saturday at Nebraska, and they made the most of his efforts.
Not many college football players can say they played for three NCAA Hall of Fame coaches. So it’s not surprising that Russ Sloan says former Missouri coaches Don Faurot, Frank Broyles and Dan Devine made a lasting impact.
As you watch CBS’ coverage of the battle for the Final Four this weekend, please pay your respects to one of the pioneers of sports as we know them.
Kansas coach Bill Self has to be happy there are only teams from the power conferences left in the West Regional.
Missouri wrestler Ben Askren was awarded the Dan Hodge Trophy on Thursday, college wrestling’s equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. It is the second time Askren, a two-time national champion, has won the award. Since its creation in 1995, only Askren and Iowa State’s Cael Sanderson have received the award more than once. Sanderson earned the honor three times.
SAN ANTONIO — Antonio Anderson isn’t the player Memphis would have picked to go the line with a chance to advance to another NCAA regional final.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Kansas’ run through the NCAA tournament was slowed to a crawl by scrappy Southern Illinois.
The Missouri softball team lost 1-0 to No. 19 Southern Illinois on Wednesday in Carbondale, Ill.
Instead of hanging out with friends and trying to fight off senioritis, Michael Keck and Luke Lambert were practicing at Faurot Field on Wednesday, hoping to impress the Missouri football team’s coaching staff and earn playing time in the fall.
Darrell Foster is laughing.
Joe Neal is not the same golfer that made the Rock Bridge varsity squad as a freshman. He’s not quite like the golfer that qualified for the state tournament last year as a sophomore either.
Emily Young won the 1600-meter race Tuesday night, leading the race for all four laps around the Hickman track. Young may have been even faster, if she would have been racing in her usual event.
Like a typical younger sibling, Katie McMahon did her best to imitate her older sister Tuesday.
Near the end of the Hickman boys tennis practice, first-year coach Andy Materer yelled to his team, “What’s next?”
For the first half of Rock Bridge’s soccer game Tuesday night, it seemed that the spectators might have braved the rainy and windy 45-degree weather for nothing.
Both the Missouri men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams received recognition by the College Swim Coaches Association of America by being named to their academic All-American lists for the fall 2006 semester.
When Hickman junior Chris Pfau put on a Kewpies uniform for the first time his freshman year, he set a goal for himself.