Stefhon Hannah was dismissed from the Missouri basketball team Tuesday, head coach Mike Anderson said in a news release.
Bad weather prevents suspended Missouri Tigers guard from returning to Columbia.
Freshman forward Jessica James has overcome early-season struggles to become a starter for the Columbia College women’s basktball team.
The group starts its runs at 5:30 a.m. on Saturdays when the sky is still dark and most people are asleep. Brett Barton, creator of the group, said the early start time prevents interruptions in members’ daily lives.
MU attorneys asked a Boone County Circuit judge Monday to prevent a potential “war of paper” between the university and attorneys laying the groundwork for a change of venue in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents of Aaron O’Neal.
Toy Richbow is ninth in the Big 12 Conference in assists at 3.7 a game, but more important to the Tigers is that she is 19th in the league and third on the team in minutes with 30.8 per game. She has provided a consistent presence on the court that has helped a young team, with four new starters, build chemistry.
Sunday afternoon, eight women had the opportunity to play tennis with members of the team in the Tiger Pro Am, an event that pairs the center’s women tennis members with a Missouri tennis players for doubles competition.
After five teammates were suspended late last month, the freshman forward has been thrust into a more prominent role for the Tigers. He played 18 minutes against Nebraska and 21 minutes against Kansas State, the first games Missouri was without its full roster.
Seniors Tyler McCormick and Josh Wagner also had a technical falls, and James Williamson had a 6-3 win at 184-pounds.
Missouri point guard Stefhon Hannah, who returned to Columbia on Friday and was then arrested on suspicion of third degree assault, is supposed to return to classes on Monday, coach Mike Anderson said.
The MU women's basketball team had its fourth-lowest scoring output of the season in a loss Saturday at Iowa State. The Tigers shot just 35 percent and scored only 23 points in each half.
Rock Bridge’s Will Evans, Kyle Lewis and Taylor Crane will join Hickman’s Drae Cox and Vince Pescaglia in their quest for a wrestling state titles.
The Missouri tennis team improved to 5-1 on Saturday with a pair of home victories.