They lost to the better, more experienced team, but they played with the courage of champions.
KANSAS CITY — Everything was the same.
At the Missouri volleyball team’s practice Thursday, Megan Wilson got to perform a task that she hasn’t done for a while. It is a simple task she has done hundreds, if not thousands of times growing up and in high school: setting to her older sister, Nicole.
Seventeen guys. Seventeen different reactions.
In the pale light of the moon, four cars make their way down a winding dirt road through the woods, the dust kicked up by the tires illuminated by their headlights. They line up next to each other in a parking lot where each car’s doors open, spilling out
In front of a noisy crowd of 2,174 in Kansas City, the MU wrestling team showed just how talented its young wrestlers are in its season-opening 32-8 defeat of the Stanford Cardinal.
Just about everything that could go wrong for Rock Bridge did.
In the past two weeks, the Missouri football team’s preseason goals have crumbled like a sandcastle at high tide.
The sign outside the store has a familiar appearance to NASCAR fans.
Craig McGonagle said he remembers it vividly.
A plaque in the wrestling room in Hearnes Center reads “Champions on and off the mat.”
Respect all, but fear none.
Kassie Drew couldn’t quite remember which it was.
Shen Danru has a combination of power and finesse that any coach would love to have.
Patience is a word Marcus Bradford knows well. Bradford, a junior guard for Columbia College, spent his second semester last season on the bench in street clothes, unable to play because of transfer rules.
Punter Daniel Sepulveda isn’t shy when it comes to assessing the state of the Baylor football, circa 2002.
The Missouri basketball team is awaiting official commitments from two potential new Tigers.
His beloved Missouri Southern basketball team had just lost by 26 points to Missouri on Tuesday night and Rob Corn wore the same demeanor as he did at the tipoff.
Growing up in Independence, Missouri Southern forward Matt Habermehl was around a lot of Tiger fans.
Missouri’s offense isn’t this bad. Really.