Some things just take on a life of their own.
Andrea Seabaugh was perfect from the free-throw line and the Bruins girls’ basketball team outlasted Cor Jesu Academy 51-40 in St. Louis on Tuesday.
The Kewpies lost to Kirksville 44-32 on the road Tuesday.
The MU athletic department made a donation of $3,431 to the American Red Cross. The money is going to the Red Cross’ hurricane-relief fund. The organization received the donation Nov. 21 and the money represented a portion of the funds collected during the annual Fall Craft Show on Nov. 6.
Comparisons to an NBA player while still in high school can be a hard thing to live up to, just ask UMKC’s Quinton Day.
KANSAS CITY — The half-eaten hot dog that sat on Gunther Cunningham’s desk overnight was looking awfully stale.
ST. LOUIS — Out of high school, the choice was easy for Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Throughout the season Missouri volleyball player Tatum Ailes has sacrificed her body to dig balls that appeared unreachable, and at times she has been brought to tears after landing in awkward positions.
After almost 20 minutes of waiting, the Missouri volleyball team received the news it was hoping to hear.
The Missouri women’s basketball team defeated Pittsburgh 69-60 to win the Pittsburgh Thanksgiving Classic on Sunday.
KANSAS CITY — It’s time for people to start taking notice when Greg Wesley makes bold predictions.
For the second consecutive year, the North was won in an unorthodox way, mostly because it seemed like nobody wanted to win it.
Going into Game 5 of the Missouri volleyball team’s final regular season match, the Tigers told each other they had nothing to lose.
When Raymond Jordan was 5 years old, the father he never met died in prison. His mother died later that year.
Brandon King lay on Faurot Field, motionless and unable to feel anything.
Lisa Boyd is a star on Missouri’s nationally-ranked volleyball team, but you didn’t hear that from her.
Players on the Rock Bridge girls’ basketball team say its been easy getting to know their new coach Jill Nagel.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The season started with Tony Stewart out front, only to fade at the end of the biggest race of the year. He recovered to close out the season on top, with a second championship and a spot among NASCAR’s elite.
While she is on the court, Stephens College freshman Crystal Dominguez is entirely focused on the game. She rarely changes expression, though she will occasionally grimace if she makes a bad play or disagrees with an official’s call.
He is there everyday at 3:30 p.m., doing the best he can, whatever he can, to better himself and his team. Stretching, hustling, lifting, whatever it takes to improve his moves.