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Brey never considered missing game after mother's death

Brey's mother swam at Purdue and competed in the 1956 Olympics. She later was a swim coach at George Washington University.

Top-ranked Kentucky's toughest foe might be ... Kentucky

Fifth-seeded West Virginia might be Kentucky's stiffest challenge so far, with the Mountaineers expected to try and use their defensive pressure and physicality to derail the Wildcats.

Shifty business: It's a dilemma to shift in college baseball

As the use of defensive shifts by major league clubs has increased in the last five years, college teams have taken notice.

 

Wichita State back in Sweet 16 for second time in 3 years

Everyone is talking about a potential rematch with overall No. 1 seed Kentucky, the same team that ruined the Shockers' perfect season in the NCAA Tournament a year ago.

Missouri baseball can't come back against No. 6 South Carolina

After taking an early 3-0 lead, Missouri was shut out for four straight innings and couldn't manage to sweep the Gamecocks.

WEEK'S MOST-READ STORIES: MU sports, city politics and tough conversations

Readers eagerly followed Missouri's wrestlers on their journey through the NCAA championships as well as issues including roll carts and race.

Missouri men's golf in fourth after one round of competition

The Tigers have a team score of 6-over-par 286 in the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate.

WEEK IN PHOTOS: Missouri baseball, Columbia Police Department, Rock Bridge girls basketball

Other photos include vegetarian faux chicken and the crowd at the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championship.

Missouri softball can't overcome early deficit against Tennessee

The Tigers lost to the Tennessee Volunteers 10-7 early Sunday.

Hickman baseball beats Truman, loses to Willard

Hickman beat Truman 5-4 in eight innings during their second game Saturday.

 

Missouri women's basketball downs K-State, advances to 3rd round of WNIT

Morgan Eye was hot from behind the arc, shooting 50 percent from the field and hitting nine 3-pointers. She also had six rebounds and four assists.

 

Reactions to Missouri wrestling's NCAA tournament performance

Missouri fans tweeted support for the wrestling team during the NCAA Wrestling Championships over the weekend.

 

Wichita State beats Kansas 78-65 to advance to Sweet 16

Behind another steady performance from Fred VanVleet and the hot shooting of Evan Wessel, the No. 7 seed Shockers rolled past the second-seeded Jayhawks and earned a trip to the Sweet 16 — at the expense of the school that has caused them so much chagrin.

Duke beats San Diego State 68-49 to reach NCAA Sweet 16

Duke — holding a No. 1 seed for the 11th time in 18 seasons but its first since 2011 — advanced to face fifth-seeded Utah in Houston's South Region semifinals.

 

Travis Trice leads Michigan State over Virginia again 60-54

The Spartans advance to the Sweet 16 for the seventh time in the last eight seasons under coach Tom Izzo.

Michael Sam among 105 'vets' eyeing that elusive NFL job

Sam is trying to break into the NFL after two quick stints with the Rams and Cowboys. The veterans combine is an opportunity for previously-drafted players to prove they have something left in the tank.

Rock Bridge girls basketball wins fourth-straight title

Rock Bridge is the first school to win four consecutive girls basketball state championships in over 20 years.

Missouri Houdashelt's dream is reality as a national champion

Though Missouri fell short in its quest for a National team title, in the first match of the NCAA championship finals Missouri's No. 1 Drake Houdashelt won the 149-pound individual national title.

Missouri baseball conquers series against No. 6 South Carolina

The Tigers won 4-3 in the bottom of the 10th inning.

Missouri gymnastics improves from last year's last place finish in SEC championship

The Tigers scored 195.700 points to beat their own previous SEC championship team record of 195.525 points from 2012.

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