A three-run home run in the sixth inning put Kansas ahead as Missouri blew a 3-1 lead.
The Columbia College softball team is in a three-way tie for first in the American Midwest Conference after splitting the doubleheader with Williams Baptist College. Sophomore Kacey Rehagen pitched both games, all 13 innings for the Cougars.
The Home School Communicator Basketball league provides fourth- and fifth-grade students an opportunity to play basketball, with strict rules about attendance and grades.
The Kewpies suffer their fifth consecutive loss.
This marks the third time this season that a Missouri player has been honored by the Big 12 Conference.
After Hickman girls' soccer coach Jon Strodtman died in 2008, the Kewpies are encountering new experiences with new coach Tony Gragnani. However, even with a new coach, the team is determined to keep the spirit of Strodtman alive.
Loss in second game takes the Cougars out of sole possession of first place in the American Midwest Conference.
Bruins roll to shutout win.
Bruins were led by fourth-place finisher Wilson Sunvold.
Tigers' win-streak ends at four games.
Tigers sweep series against Texas Tech.
The Tigers won their final home match 4-3 on Sunday over the Iowa State Cyclones, after having lost five matches by one point this season.
After two years at Missouri, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin is preparing to take his step in professional football as a probable first round pick in the NFL Draft.
New scoring system, turnovers and intensity helped the Tigers defense win the football spring game for the first time since the Brad Smith era.
Sophomore quarterback Blaine Gabbert struggled at times as he took over as the leader of the Tigers offense in Saturday's Black & Gold Game at Faurot Field.
Junior Ben Levin originally got involved with the sport to stay in shape for soccer, but now he is becoming a player that opposing tennis teams are wanting to avoid to play.
The Kewpies had some scoring opportunities, but some deflected goals by Francis Howell Central put the game out of reach.
After losing in double overtime Thursday, the Bruins bounced to win Saturday afternoon against Glendale to split a pair of games in the weekend tournament.
The tight end position has been well represented the past two seasons for the Missouri football team, and sophomore Andrew Jones hopes to continue that success.