Standing toe to toe, Missouri wrestlers Josh Wagner and Maxwell Askren prepared to compete for pride and a week’s worth of bragging rights in the middle of their living room.
Beat Eastern Illinois in the first game of the State Farm Tiger Classic. Check.
ROSEMONT, Ill. — No carryover for Kansas. One week after beating defending national champion Florida, the Jayhawks stumbled against DePaul, a team looking for an identity of its own.
Skaters don’t move to the rhythm of the latest hits Tuesday nights at Empire Roller Rink. The disco balls don’t spin.
Kim and Julie Heinicka sat at a quilt shop outside Kansas City on Friday afternoon, waiting for their daughter. Jodie Heinicka was supposed to leave Columbia in the morning, but the snow slowed her down.
It took the Missouri volleyball team nearly 48 hours to get to California. But a nine-hour wait in the airport, sitting and watching as flight after flight was canceled, and two nights in a hotel in St. Louis are all well worth it now.
During the regular season, the Columbia College volleyball team was not challenged by the majority of its opponents and was able to win without playing at a high level.
All the conjecture can be put to rest now.
It wasn’t the game’s most noticeable play. After all, Missouri had done it 78 times coming into Thursday night’s game.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson got his wish.
The Missouri volleyball team found another opponent standing in its way Thursday: the weather.
The Columbia College volleyball team finished pool play at the NAIA national tournament with a record of 2-1 after falling to No. 1 National American, of South Dakota, 30-20, 30-17, 30-16 on Thursday at Southwell Complex.
After a weeklong California road trip, the Tigers are glad to be back in Mizzou Arena.
The GymInfo Preseason Coaches’ Poll is released today, but the MU gymnastics team isn’t exactly holding its breath.
One wrestling match is tough. Five matches are tougher.
Stringing together consecutive wins in a hostile environment can do amazing things for a team’s confidence.
The Columbia College volleyball team could not overcome a slow start when it fell behind by two games and lost in the quarterfinals of the NAIA national tournament to No. 2 Fresno Pacific on Friday night 22-30, 21-30, 30-26, 27-30.
Wednesday was a good day for tigers, thanks to a $2 million gift from an MU alumnus with a passion for wildlife and basketball.
The questions about it started when the schedule was first released. More were asked at Monday’s postgame press conference with coach Mike Anderson.
During the first game of the Columbia College volleyball team’s win over King College, a crowd of about 60 school children arrived from Eugene Field Elementary School to support the Cougars.