A Missouri soccer fan can’t fault the team for being a bit on edge lately.
Ed Rollins is a glutton for punishment. Whether he is on his bike, in the pool or pounding the pavement, Rollins, the associate pastor at First Baptist Church, has a high tolerance for pain. His love of triathlons has cost him more than tired muscles and achy joints, though.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson addressed the media for the first time this season and made one fact clear: little is clear.
Most high school football players don’t get the chance to play in college, but the rivalry between Hickman and Rock Bridge allows the teams to experience that sensation for one night.
Hickman junior Ashlee Daly’s round at the district girls golf tournament two weeks ago was her last this season with her Kewpies teammates. But her score of 95 put her in ninth place overall, which qualified her for the state tournament as an individual.
Players who had been on the bench for the majority of the season helped the Columbia College soccer team the most on Thursday.
It’s one of the basic rules of the road: Red means stop.
At least 100 bright-eyed kids line the the long side of the volleyball court. The smiles are stuck on their faces and their bodies jitter in anticipation. The 6,105 fans stand as the pep band plays the fight song. Then it happens: Jessica Vander Kooi is introduced to the Hearnes Center.
Around a giant bonfire at Midnight Yell before a Texas A&M football game, the flames captivated 4-year-old Grant Castleberry more than the yells. Now a senior at Texas A&M, Castleberry holds one of the most coveted positions on campus: Head Yell Leader for the Aggies.
For Nicole Wilson, one feat will remain unaccomplished. The senior middle blocker from Lincoln, Neb., has achieved a lot in her four years on the Missouri volleyball team. Most notably, a 25-win season last year which saw the Tigers reach the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the first time.
NEW YORK — The New York Mets might have to face Chris Carpenter sooner than expected.
NEW YORK — CAssociated Pressory Lidle hoped to use his passion for flying to get away from a difficult season.
Her former classmates stop her on campus and gape like they have seen a ghost.
When a coach says he has his best forwards in 8 years, then three weeks later changes the team’s offensive philosophy, something must be amuck.
There’s no known cure for the injury bug. No cough syrup or throat lozenges or nasal decongestant to ease the pain. Not even grandma’s special tea will do the trick. Sure, you can take a Tylenol, but by then, you’re watching from the sideline.
The next two games for the Columbia College soccer team will be vital for the team’s postseason outlook. The Cougars are tied with William Woods for the final berth in the Region V conference tournament and are one point behind Illinois-Springfield for the second to last slot.
Stay off the Internet. Change the channel on the television. Don’t even bother turning to the sports page in the newspapers.
There are many reasons why tonight’s match is the biggest of the year for Missouri’s volleyball team.
Welcome to mid-Missouri, where Mother Nature suffers from an acute case of schizophrenia. It seemed she couldn’t decide whether or not to rain on Bethel Park, spitting sprinkles on the smooth green concrete of the park’s eight tennis courts several times.
NEW YORK — The New York Mets sailed through the season, while the St. Louis Cardinals squeaked into the playoffs.