With the help of sophomore Ilya Grin, the Cougars now enter tournament play with eight wins in their last 11 games.
Gregory's small-town roots have grown into familes, both at home and at the University of Missouri.
In Missouri’s annual intersquad series, the Gold team defeated the Black team 3 games to 1.
Led by quarterback Todd Reesing, coach Mark Mangino's Kansas Jayhawks might be Missouri’s chief competitor in the Big 12 North this football season.
A Columbia College sophomore midfielder and his family has develped a strong relationship with the Cougars’ assistant coach.
Columbia’s Carl Edwards appeared to take issue with teammate Matt Kenseth after Sunday’s Nextel Cup race.
Tony La Russa will come back to manage the Cardinals and said he would like to see a decision made soon about the team’s general manager.
Despite a lack of experience at the major league level, new Royals manager Trey Hillman says he is confident he’ll be able to handle the job.
MU football team kept expectations high after a tough loss at Oklahoma last week, holding Texas Tech, the nation’s former No. 1 offense, to just 10 points.
Rachel Henderson, a member of both the Stephens College basketball and cross country teams, will play in two basketball games and run a 5k in a day when the teams travel to Lamoni, Iowa for separate events.
The Missouri soccer team won 2-0 against Colorado in the snow and sleet in Boulder.
In the third game of the Missouri baseball team's intrasquad fall world series on Sunday at Taylor Stadium, the teams combined for seven errors.
Tigers move up in rankings after defeating Texas Tech on Saturday.
After Missouri (12-8, 5-6 Big 12) opened with a close loss in the first game for the second straight match, the Tigers again collapsed in the next Saturday against No. 6 Texas.
The Rock Bridge boys soccer team won a long, physical game against Springfield-Parkview on Saturday at Rock Bridge Field.
Coming off the heels of a loss last week at Oklahoma that players felt should have gone the other way, the Tigers put together their most impressive defensive performance to date in a 41-10 victory over the Red Raiders.
The Hickman boys cross country team won the Class 4 District 5 championship Saturday at the Cole County Fairgrounds in Jefferson City, advancing to the sectionals Class 4 Sectional 3 next week in Columbia.
While quarterback Chase Daniel struggled against Tech, throwing for a season-low 210 yards, Missouri’s rushing attack combined for 212 rushing yards against the Red Raiders.
The Tigers lost their top two scorers and top two rebounders to graduation, and coach Cindy Stein will have to fill the rest her starting lineup with underclassmen.
Doug Simon and Tim Morrow came up with the Sports Fan Tailgating Table that hitches to the back of a vehicle.