advertisement

Sports

Defense leads to big Tigers victory

The Missouri women's basketball team held the Skyhawks to the fewest points scored by a Missouri opponent since the Tigers held Bethany College to 21 points on Jan. 1, 1977.

Missouri frontcourt held in check

Murray State collapsed heavily on Missouri's taller players and double-teamed DeMarre Carroll and Leo Lyons whenever it got the opportunity.

Tigers find a way to win

Murray State lead in several statistical categories, but Missouri's late defense made the difference against the nonconference opponent.

Straatmann begins the end

Liz Straatmann, a junior on the Missouri gymnastics team, began her final season at MU at the team's black-gold intrasquad meet. She is quitting because of multiple knee surgeries.

Brown does dirty work for MU women's basketball

Sophomore guard RaeShara Brown is only 5 feet, 8 inches tall, but she is second on the team in rebounding.

Big night for Stephens College and its coach

Stephens College coach Dane Pavlovich earned his master's in business administration Saturday morning. Later that night, his team beat Westminster College for the first time in program history.

Negro Leagues Museum names new director

A former assistant to the Kansas City city manager was selected — a move that caused at least two board members to quit in protest

Pinkel, Fitzgerald begin Alamo Bowl buzz

On Thursday, Missouri coach Gary Pinkel and Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald met at Silverhorn Golf Club in San Antonio as headline participants at the AT&T Golf Classic. 

Kansas City native returns to Mizzou Arena

Isaac Miles almost played basketball at MU two times before transferring to Murray State. Saturday night, he will play against Missouri.

Rock Bridge twins filling new roles

Sophomore guards Allison and Megan Marshall are twins and two of the many Bruins that are being forced to take on a new role for this season's title defense.

Hickman girls basketball drops tournament game

The Hickman girls basketball team lost 62-49 to Lee’s Summit on Thursday at the Blue Springs Tournament.

MU senior swimmers create winning attitude

Jake Hoffmann and the other seniors on the Missouri men's swimming team say the program's team atmosphere is what they are most proud of establishing. It's a change of attitude that has filtered down to the program's younger classes.

First half secures victory for Stars

Stephens College basketball improved to 6-2 with a 63-38 win over Principia Wednesday night.

Stephens swimmers eye national meet

Midway through the season, Stephens swimmers freshman Kelly Adams and junior Emily Younghouse have already qualified for the NAIA Swimming and Diving Championships. 

Hickman boys basketball drops first game

The Hickman boys basketball team lost 79-63 to Grandview on Wednesday in the semifinals of the Blues Springs Tournament.

Missouri women's basketball team improves to .500

The Missouri women's basketball team scored 18 points off 31 turnovers on its way to an 83-54 victory over Bradley.

Missouri pulls away with Hollins on the bench

Foul trouble limited Alyssa Hollins to seven minutes of playing time in the second half.

Sutton thrilled to be a Tiger

MU sophomore Jarrett Sutton had all but given up trying to walk on to the Missouri men's basketball team, making his spot on this year's Tigers roster extra special.

Christensen meets new team

Dave Christensen, Missouri's offensive coordinator, said he is not looking to use his new post as the head coach at Wyoming as a stepping stone to bigger coaching jobs like other UW coaches in the past.

Kewpies boys basketball moves to 5-0

The Hickman boys basketball team beat Blue Springs South 63-51 on Monday at the Blues Springs South Tournament to improve to 5-0 this season.

advertisements