This season was supposed to be different for the Missouri women’s basketball team.
Stefhon Hannah at least had the look of a satisfied person on Wednesday.
Maybe it was the strain of playing five games in five days. Perhaps it was a case of looking ahead rather than focusing on the game at hand. Or, it might simply have been time for the Missouri baseball team to face a challenge.
It wasn’t a season burdened with high expectations.
Paul Bolerjack doesn’t know where his daughters found their love for basketball. But he does know where they got their skills. And while their skills aren’t necessarily from his genetics, they are of his influence.
If you venture onto a Missouri football message board, you’re likely to see complaints from Missouri fans about the type of offense that the Tigers run.
If freshman Jessra Johnson were allowed to participate in postseason NCAA bracketing, Duke’s loss to Virginia Commonwealth would have ruined her predictions.
One last time, wrestling fans got to see what they had seen so many times before. The last match of Ben Askren’s career ended the way most did: with style, flair and a victory.
Jacob Priday is struggling. The only problem is, he’s not sure what the problem is. He is entering his junior season as a leader on the young Missouri (17-5) team. He’s respected and relied upon by his teammates. He has recovered well from offseason surgery. He has been a Freshman All-American, a first team All-Big 12 Conference selection, and a cornerstone of the Tiger lineup since he joined the team in 2005.
When softball coach Ehren Earleywine arrived at Missouri before the season, he brought with him RightView Pro, a computer program that helps analyze swings with the help of videos of Major League Baseball players.
John Covington doesn’t want you to feel sorry for him.
One, two, three, four.
A shocking elimination overshadowed a solid performance by most of the Missouri wrestling team Thursday at the NCAA National Championships in Auburn Hills, Mich.
Missouri linebacker Brock Christopher got some great news Thursday, and it had nothing to do with football.
When Danielle Guider found herself with the unenviable task of following a fall on the balance beam last Friday at the Missouri gymnastics meet against Iowa, she did what every veteran is expected to do. She took a deep breath and hit a routine.
There were moments Thursday night when it seemed as though Missouri coach Tim Jamieson was changing pitchers simply for the sake of changing pitchers.
The Missouri Tigers know they will be playing a postseason game in the WNIT. But the who, when and where are still to be decided.
It’s almost a given Ben Askren will win a national championship for the Missouri wrestling team this weekend.
If the Missouri baseball team was hoping to see stiff competition in preparation for Big 12 Conference play on March 23, Wednesday night’s game against Saint Louis didn’t offer it.
After March 7th’s doubleheader against Wichita State, MU softball coach Ehren Earleywine was concerned about the lack of consistency from his pitching staff. But after Wednesday’s doubleheader sweep of North Dakota State, Earleywine was pleased with the performances inside the circle at University Field.