Missouri coach Brian Smith let his wrestlers know that there was no time to think about the past. Despite being out of the running for the team title, there was still much left to win.
At the event, recruits learned that playing football in college is about getting a free education and to treat the recruting process like they were applying for a job.
The Tigers keep on winning, but the offensive struggles at the bottom of the team’s lineup has Jamieson concerned.
Sophomore Nicholas Marable is enjoying his time in St. Louis at the NCAA National Wrestling Championships. He is competing in the event for the first time after being taken as an observer last year.
Adrianne Perry won the all-around competition for the sixth time this season with a 39.375, and Missouri beat Arizona State on senior night.
Missouri sophomore Nicholas Marable and junior Raymond Jordan both have the chance to finish as high as third in their weight classes.
Freshman Kathryn Poet’s grand slam helped lead the Tigers to a 9-1 victory over Oklahoma State in five innings.
Junior Kendra Melnychuk is Missouri’s first All-American diver since 1982.
The Hickman Kewpies boy’s lacrosse team defeated Rock Bridge in their first meeting of the season on Friday, 11-4.
The Columbia College softball team won both ends of a doubleheader over conference opponent Harris-Stowe.
North Carolina star Tyler Hansbrough has earned a reputation for toughness. But his toughness pales compared to that of his older brother Greg, who defied a life-threatening brain tumor and strenuous rehab.
A quick exit from the NCAA championships has the MU wrestlers more focused this year.
Lindsey Ubrun and Jen Bruck will lead the Tigers against Oklahoma State Friday at University field.
The MU softball team won 19 consecutive games before losing to Bradley, 5-4, on Wednesday at University Field. The Tigers would have tied the school record with a 20th straight win.
After losing Evan Frey and Brock Bond, the Tigers entered the 2008 season with a pair of question marks sitting atop their order. Finding the answers to those questions looked to be the biggest obstacle for a team that returned the middle of its order and the bulk of its pitching staff.
The Kewpies are looking to improve upon last year’s 12-12 season, which ended with a loss to Jefferson City in the district tournament. Hickman coach Dave Wilson said with 16 returning lettermen, 15 seniors and an entire pitching staff returning, he expects his team to be more consistent than last year’s and to compete for a district championship.
MU gymnastics coach John Figueroa is also a laid-back, upbeat coach who the gymnasts say they can always count on.
Playing without three of its post players, Columbia College couldn’t pick up the slack, falling to Azusa Pacific 61-47 in the first round of the NAIA Division I National Championship tournament Wednesday.