The MU women's basketball team got off to a strong start on Friday night but eventually lost its season opener against South Dakota State.
The Tigers got on the board early and used their deep bench to maintain their aggresiveness on defense to shut out Evansville.
The Cougars preserved their unblemished record by defeating the Wildcats 83-75.
The asterisk was scheduled to be removed from the trophy awarded to the winner of the Missouri-Iowa State football game. The story of the mark hinges on a controversial call that cost Missouri the 2006 game.
MU coach Mike Anderson says the new distance shouldn't affect the Tigers' ability to shoot the three with guys like Matt Lawrence, Marcus Denmon and Miguel Paul who frequently shoot from well beyond the line.
Missouri has navigated through its first two November tests successfully but has two contests left. Players and coaches say an emphasis on finishing with focus has served the team well in recent seasons.
After going undefeated in American Midwest Conference play this season, the Columbia College women's volleyball team isn't taking it easy in the conference tournament.
The fourth-seeded Tigers will play Friday night against Evansville after Illinois plays Memphis. This is the second straight year the Tigers have been in the NCAA tournament.
Kendra Frazier and Bailey Gee have a lot more in common than playing basketball for the Missouri women's basketball team.
Coach Brian Smith is confident about the team's potential once newer wrestlers start picking up wins.
The Mizzou football team has already made nine appearances on television so far this season, making it an above average season.
The Lee's Summit West senior was ranked this year as the No. 130 player nationally .
Iowa State coach Gene Chizik's flailing Cyclones are well beyond a point of no return. They will fail in their attempt to qualify for their first bowl appearance since 2005. They stand last in the Big 12 North, considered by some to be one of the nation’s weakest divisions in major college football. On the surface, it appears Iowa State doesn’t have much to play for against Missouri on Saturday night in Ames.
Michael Sheahen, a senior at Hickman, is looking to repeat as state champion in the 500-yard freestyle.