Sophomore Kayla Hauck has provided the Rock Bridge girls soccer team with a spark on offense after missing six games with a concussion.
Missouri's women golfers are in 19th place after the second round of the NCAA Regional Tournament.
The game was the last one of the regular season for Hickman seniors.
Although attending Missouri wasn’t in her plans, the Tigers have counted on freshman Rhea Taylor to spark their offense all season.
The death of John Strodtman left a void in the lives of the Hickman girls soccer team. Despite their respective retirements, Jeff Wallace and Sandy Paulsen stepped in to coach.
The Bruins tennis team secured its 21st victory of the season by defeating Fulton 13-0 on Thursday.
The MU forward will remain with the Tigers for another year. There is no word yet on whether fellow player DeMarre Carroll will also remove his name from consideration.
Mikayla Logan has only raced for a year, but in that time she's made it to a national competition.
The Kewpies continued its struggle to score, losing to Helias 1-0.
Stephanie Priesmeyer, a former Missouri golfer and Hickman golf and basketball coach, leads the Missouri women into the NCAA East Regional in Georgia.
When USA Swimming banned the swimming Web site Floswimming’s press credential, it opened debate over its new partnership with a media company.
Hickman tennis beat Hannibal in its last home match of the season.
Franck says his latest win wasn't one of his best matches of the year, but it gives him confidence heading into the district meet and state tournament.
Pat Venditte has been able to throw a ball with both arms since he was three. Now a senior relief pitcher for Creighton, he uses both arms to torment his opponents.
Bruins players battle through pain to defeat Moberly 2-0 in their last home game of the season.
Wentzville-Holt pitcher Tim Melville is the No. 2-ranked high school prospect.
Twins Stephanie and Jodie Schultz have enjoyed their freshmen seasons at Columbia College. The two have been playing softball together since they were young.