After dealing with the death of his parents as a child, MU wrestler Raymond Jordan hasn't had difficultly handling tough challenges in college.
Four members of the Missouri women's basketball team grew up in Kansas, compared to just one member of the Jayhawks team.
The Bulldogs are finally playing with a full roster and it showed in 73-45 victory Thursday over Higbee.
Junior guard Whitney Widaman reached a milestone for the Columbia College women's basketball team in Thursday's road victory.
The Tigers, who won an NCAA Regional a season ago, will play their annual Black and Gold game at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Rock Bridge honored their seniors on Thursday night in the Bruins' final home dual, a 54-9 loss to Jefferson City.
The Cougars won 60-44 on Thursday night at Hannibal-LaGrange.
Zaire Taylor helped the Missouri men's basketball team to a 69-65 victory over No. 16 Texas with a team-high 17-points that included a key three-point play in the game's last seconds.
St. Louis' Sheldon Richardson, the nation's No. 4 overall recruit, decided to stay in-state and chose Missouri over several other top football programs.
The Missouri women's basketball team led No. 18-ranked Kansas State for much of the second half. But in the final minutes, the Tigers failed to pull out what might have been a season-changing victory, falling to the Wildcats 58-54.
The Hickman wrestling team won its final dual of the season, defeating Sedalia at home 46-35 on Wednesday night.
Missouri freshman guard Marcus Denmon may be a high scorer at home, but he is doing some positive things for Missouri's defense.
Ben Askren fights for the first time for MMA on Saturday night. The event starts at 8 p.m. at the Columbia Holiday Inn Expo Center. Doors open at 7.
Three players were suspended for the Missouri women's basketball team's game against No. 2 Oklahoma on Saturday. Players and coaches say the team is moving on.
Rock Bridge remains undefeated.
Prince became the 10th Hickman girls player to reach the milestone.
The Hickman boys basketball team lost its second consecutive game Tuesday night, falling 74-64 at home to Ozark.
MU students can be hopeful that Stankowski Field will be renovated this summer and new turf will be ready for play when they return back to school next fall.
With a 20-2 record, the Cougars remain focused on each individual game instead of worrying about upcoming tournaments and another possible 30-win season for Coach Davis.