LINCOLN, Neb. — Xzavie Jackson slowly jogged off the field at Memorial Stadium, tears welling up in his eyes.
The year is going by a little too fast for Carlynn Savant. She’s nine hours into her master’s program in sport and exercise psychology.
Throughout the 2006 season, fans of the Missouri volleyball team have energized the Tigers and rattled opponents, turning Hearnes Center into one of the most intimidating places in the country to play.
Missouri and Nebraska are heading in to Saturday’s 11 a.m. game with the same thing at stake: the Big 12 Conference North division title and all that comes with it.
You can call it a flawed system. You can call it a loophole. The Hickman football team does not care.
What Missouri fans will see tonight isn’t a finished product. It probably won’t even be close.
As they signed autographs after Wednesday night’s match against Iowa State, Missouri volleyball players tried to put on happy faces for some of their youngest fans.
When Rock Bridge coach A.J. Ofodile took over in 2003, he ditched the school’s plain solid white and solid green jerseys.
Missouri’s offense isn’t deceived by Nebraska’s poor defensive showing against Oklahoma State last week.
This was supposed to be Bryant Chambly’s breakout season. A 6-foot-4 senior forward on the Columbia College men’s basketball team, Chambly had expectations of leading the Cougars to an opening night win Wednesday night in front of the home crowd against Lindenwood University.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Tucked in the hills of West Virginia lies the Land of the Misfits.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The Florida Gators spent recent Novembers hoping for help in the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division.
The MU women’s golf team fell to 14th place after a 311 in the second round of the Las Vegas Collegiate at the Anthem Country Club in Henderson, Nev., on Tuesday.
The Missouri defense and coaches can’t point to one single thing explaining why the defense can’t stop the run. It’s everything.
DETROIT — Chauncey Billups has become the face of the Detroit Pistons.
A season of ups and downs for the Missouri volleyball team has seen more bad times than good lately.
In the world of club sports, $800 is a fortune. For the MU soccer club, whose budget hovers somewhere around $4,000, raising that type of cash would take some form of divine intervention. Or at least a phenomenal bake sale.
There’s no mistake on the Missouri depth chart. There, under running backs, in the second spot, Tony Temple’s name is listed. How it arrived there, though, depends on who you ask.
Less than a week before the Missouri men’s basketball team is set to open its season, it lost yet another guard to a foot injury.
For 18 years, conference opponents have not been able to topple the Columbia College volleyball team.