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Missouri softball announces five signings

Three of the players come from the state of Missouri; two others from California will also join the program.

Rock Bridge's Porter, Cunningham highlight Missouri women's basketball's early commits

Forward Hannah Schuchts, from Tallahasee, Florida, will join the two Bruins standouts at Missouri next season. Cierra Porter and Sophie Cunningham are both ranked among the nation's top recruits.

Cardinals' Robinson, Royals' Herrera among those qualified for arbitration

Players with at least 2 years experience but less than 3, who had at least 86 days of service time in 2014, were eligible.

Waived countless times, Parker finally lands in Kansas City

The journeyman safety played a huge role in Sunday's win over Buffalo.

SEC teams salvaging seasons, thanks to backups

Georgia's Nick Chubb and Texas A&M's Kyle Allen are just a couple of league players that were thrust into starting jobs midseason — and are thriving. 

Clayton Kershaw, Corey Kluber win Cy Young Awards

Kershaw led the majors in victories and ERA and threw a no-hitter, going 21-3 with a 1.77 ERA for the NL West champion Los Angeles Dodgers.

Fisher switches QBs; Hill to start against Broncos

Aside from the fact Fisher had given Davis another vote of confidence on Monday, it wasn't a shocking move given how much the offense has been scuffling.

Missouri women's basketball wins a close game against Missouri Western

Missouri women's basketball scraped by with a 78-75 victory Tuesday night in its second exhibition game.

Kye Allums shares experiences of being NCAA’s first openly transgender athlete

Kye Allums recalled when his story first became public. He was at practice. When he looked at his phone again later that day, he said he had approximately 1,500 Facebook messages.

Columbia men's soccer clinches berth in AMC Tournament final

Columbia College beat Park University 2-1 and will play in the American Midwest Conference Tournament final Friday at 6 p.m. in Belleville, Illinois.

Week 12 bowl projections for Missouri football

Analysts have released their bowl projections for Week 12, and they have the Tigers traveling to North Carolina or Florida. Or Alabama. Playing Georgia Tech. Or maybe Minnesota. Don't pack your bags yet: There's a lot of football left to play.

 

Missouri wrestler Matt Manley keeps the Tigers' morale high

Redshirt sophomore Matt Manley uses his lighthearted personality to boost the attitudes of his wrestling teammates.

Braylon Webb's suspension leads to new opportunity for Missouri backup quarterback

Despite never placeholding in high school, Missouri backup quarterback Eddie Printz will be filling in for Braylon Webb during the first half at Texas A&M.

Missouri basketball needs confidence from young players

There are more freshmen than upperclassmen on the Missouri basketball roster. Coach Kim Anderson needs his young players to conduct themselves with the confidence and aggressiveness of veterans.

Columbia College volleyball wins with unusual style

The Cougars defeated Lindenwood University-Belleville in three sets Tuesday and will take on Missouri Baptist University at 7 p.m. Thursday in the semifinals of the American Midwest Conference tournament.

Mississippi State, Alabama football prepare to square off

In a Western Division where teams have been picking each other off one by one, the top-ranked Bulldogs and No. 4 Crimson Tide meet Saturday in the latest potential playoff elimination game.

Jori Lehtera's hat trick leads Blues past Sabres 6-1

Joakim Lindstrom had two goals and David Backes also scored for the Blues.

Stephens College volleyball ends season with AMC quarterfinal loss to Park University

Stephens College volleyball ended its 2014 campaign with a 3-0 loss to Park University. 

Buck Showalter, Matt Williams voted MLB Managers of the Year

Showalter received 25 of 30 first-place votes and 132 points in balloting by the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Williams got 18 first-place votes and 109 points.

Wisconsin, Kentucky, among nation's best up front

Frank Kaminsky's inside-out game won't surprise the Badgers' opponents this year. And the Wildcats have the numbers to substitute in the frontcourt as if they were a hockey team tinkering with line changes.

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