The Tigers used their late-game resilience to overcome a 14-point halftime deficit and beat the Kansas Jayhawks.
Former Missouri wrestler Ben Askren said he is ready to work hard in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. He does not want people to judge him for trying a new sport.
Rapper Lil Wayne appeared on ESPN's "Around the Horn" on Tuesday and discussed whether Missouri fans should have stormed the court after the No. 19 Tigers beat No. 16 Kansas on Monday.
The Kewpies loss at home drops their record to 11-12.
Fourteen-year-old wrestler David Wilson forfeited a Jefferson City tournament to participate in "30 Hour Fast," a fundraiser for World Vision.
Columbia College women's basketball player reaches 1,000 points in her career.
Missouri forward DeMarre Carroll scored 16 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to keep the Tigers within striking distance against Kansas.
After struggling in the first half, Missouri guards Zaire Taylor and J.T. Tiller redeemed themselves in the second half.
The Rock Bridge boys basketball team moved to 21-0 with a decisive victory Monday over Smith-Cotton. The Bruins host 21-2 Springfield Central on Tuesday night.
Despite a 20-4 record, a tradition of disappointment has many Tigers fans skeptical as the men's basketball team enters tonight's game against Kansas.
The weather, playing on a team and even going to class are all adjustments for Danielle Day, a freshman on the Missouri tennis team from Tampa, Fla.
Former Missouri wrestler Ben Askren was confident he could fight as well as he could wrestle. He was right. Saturday in Columbia, he quickly defeated his first opponent in a mixed martial arts match.
DeMarre Carroll scored a career-high 31 points in the Tigers' 82-68 win. Missouri's 7-2 conference record ties its best start since the Big 12 started competition in 1996.
Junior Jessra Johnson led Missouri in scoring with 20 points in the Tigers 74-60 win over Kansas on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Johnson came off the bench for only the fourth time this season. Johnson said she feels less pressure when she doesn't have to start the game.
The Missouri women's basketball team avenged an earlier loss to the Jayhawks with a 74-60 win on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
St. Charles Vikings coach Keith Marcks is a role model for his seventh-grade boys basketball team. Not only does he voluntarily coach this team, but he also holds a full time job and is a father to five children, two of whom have been diagnosed with Autism.
Senior Micaela Minner and freshman Chelsea Thomas led the Black team to a 7-2 win over the Gold team in the Missouri softball team's 14th annual Black and Gold game.