Hickman High School's Vince Pescaglia and Rock Bridge High School's Thomas Senseman are representing Columbia in the high school state wrestling tournament Thursday at Mizzou Arena.
Stephens swim coach Laura Wacker finds metaphysics useful in her work with the team and in her life.
Several reasons, not just Michael Phelps' suspension, factored into the lower attendence in Missouri and California.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team defeated the Truman Patriots 76-36 on Wednesday in Independence to improve to 23-1.
The Hickman boy’s basketball team lost 62-43 at Jefferson City on Wednesday. It was Hickman’s final regular season game.
The MU basketball team tries to focus and improve.
Sports editor Greg Bowers and reporter Robby Lewis talk about Askren's athletic career.
Amanda Hanneman, a junior on the Missouri women's basketball team, was a freshman in college when her mom was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Douglass boys basketball coaches help players on, off court.
Sports editor Greg Bowers and reporter Luke Thompson talk about Missouri’s unexpected
victory over the defending national champions.
The Cougars are 24-3 in regular season play after losing to the McKendree Bearcats.
The junior has won the all-around title in five of six meets this season.
Texas A&M is picked to finish first, followed by Texas, Baylor and Oklahoma State.
Outfielder Rhea Taylor has received the award three times in her career.
Oklahoma's Blake Griffin, who was named Big 12 Player of the Week for the fifth time this season, averages 22.8 points. He leads the nation in rebounding with 14.2 per game.
MU grad student Moones Mellouli cheered on his brother, Olympic gold medalist Ous Mellouli, at this year's Missouri Grand Prix. It was one of the few times the brothers are able to get together throughout the year.
As a senior, Jessica Stanley is in her first season with the Stephens College women's basketball team, but after struggles at three other programs, she says she is glad she found the Stars.
The Columbia Bicycle Club’s annual Froze Toes was the first race for Columbia cyclists Jan Bradford-Watts and Nolan Froese.
The Columbia College women's basketball team moved up two spots in the NAIA rankings.