Senior Tiffany Brooks scored the first two points against Kansas with two free throws. She went on to score nine of the team’s first 11.
Missouri is hoping to get help from the home crowd when they host the Big 12 Conference Wrestling Championship on Saturday at Hearnes Center. At the same time, the tournament could provide a boost for the entire wrestling community in the area.
Acie Law is one of those players. It seems like he has been playing college basketball for a while.
Columbia College freshman guard Whitney Widaman started playing basketball when she was 5. Her mother was the coach, and she gave Widaman some advice that has stuck with her.
STURGEON — It all started with a lie.
Big 12 Conference men’s basketball just isn’t that easy.
Senior Kristin Conrad doesn’t see much meaningful playing time for the No. 2 Hickman girls basketball team.
ST. LOUIS — The funeral service for former Missouri running back Damien Nash, who collapsed and died Saturday after a charity basketball game, will be Monday in St. Louis.
Colorado guard Richard Roby doesn’t always read the sports section to see what writers are saying about his 6-19 basketball team.
In the second half Wednesday night, when the Tigers’ lead against Colorado started to dwindle, a small contingent of the MU student section at Mizzou Arena started chanting to try to rally the Tigers. Only this time, those starting the chants weren’t MU students.
There was no chance that Louis McCrary was going to give the ball up.
From the day he began wrestling for Missouri, it was clear that Max Askren took after his older brother Ben, a defending national champion and winner of the 2006 Dan Hodge Trophy awarded to the country’s best wrestler.
Bryan Mann takes grief from the Missouri women’s basketball team at just about every practice. The strength and conditioning coach will sometimes shoot around with the players before practice begins.
You’d think the Columbia College women’s basketball team would be happy with the season it had.
As the NHL trade deadline expired Tuesday, the St. Louis Blues sent a clear message to their fans: We care about the future of this franchise.
The Missouri men’s basketball team has had plenty of reminders of what losing concentration in a game can do. Maybe a few too many reminders.
STURGEON — What a difference a year makes.
There are several framed posters featuring members of the Missouri women’s basketball team hanging in the hallway near the locker room, each poster coupled with an inspirational saying from the player.
When Mike Anderson was hired to coach the Missouri Tigers, both experts and fans thought he had a terrifically difficult challenge in rebuilding the team.