advertisement

Sports

Sisters share volleyball at Hickman

Madelyn and Emily Tegerdine say they haven't talked much about what it would be like to play varsity volleyball together for Hickman High School. Junior Madelyn is currently on the varsity squad, while sophomore Emily plays with JV. But before a recent practice, the sisters let themselves look forward to that possibility.

Another shutout for Hickman softball team

The Kewpies won 10-0 Monday against visiting Eugene.

MU players not pleased with dirty play

Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel called Nebraska “one of the dirtiest team’s he’d ever played,” but he wasn’t the only one angry after the Tigers' victory Saturday. Junior defensive lineman Jaron Baston called Nebraska “by far” the dirtiest team he’d ever suited up against.

Tigers rise to No. 3 in AP football rankings, No. 2 in coaches poll

The Associated Press and USA Today college football coaches poll voters noticed Saturday's lopsided victory over the Cornhuskers, and moved the Tigers up a notch in both rankings. Missouri now sits at No. 3 in the AP poll and No. 2 in the coaches' poll.

Rock Bridge runner follows lonely path

In practices, senior Matty Bennett, the Rock Bridge cross country team's No. 1 runner, often works out by himself. That's all right with him, though, he says that being the lead runner on the team helps him reach his absolute peak.

 

Tigers end 30-year drought

Missouri steamrolled host Nebraska for a 52-17 victory Saturday night to secure its first win on Cornhuskers' turf since 1978.

Tiger defense shows mettle against Huskers

Through five weeks, the Missouri defense had heard about how much it needed to step up its play after struggling through the non-conference portion of the schedule. This time, the defense was ready for the challenge.

Husker fans recall 1978 win over MU

Nebraska diehards have not forgotten the last time Missouri won in Lincoln 30 years ago.

Missouri's 1978 victory over Nebraska a 'special day'

As the 2008 Tigers attempt to break a 14-game drought at Nebraska on Saturday night, memories of 1978 resonate for those who lived through one of Missouri's greatest victories.

Helias crusades over Bruins

Helias quarterback Jay Shimmens accounted for three touchdown as Helias throttled Rock Bridge 45-13 in the Bruins’ homecoming game.

Hawklets hammer Hickman

In tonight's 41-0 drubbing of Hickman at Robert M. LeMone Field, the Hawklets left an impression that will last a while.

Nebraska's defense looks ahead to Missouri

The Cornhuskers' defense is working hard to keep last season's struggles in the past.

Tigers favored over Cornhuskers

Nebraska's fans are likely to give Missouri's offense a tougher time than Nebraska's defense will.

Tiger fans prepare for Cornhuskers

 A spirit rally Thursday night gave MU football fans the chance to show their support as the Tigers prepare for their conference opener against the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Lincoln, where Missouri hasn't won in 30 years.

 

Rock Bridge linebacker temporarily paralyzed in practice

Drew Gordon, a senior linebacker on Rock Bridge, was temporarily paralyzed during a practice. He suffered no permanent damage but will miss the rest of the season.

Williams talkative leader for Kewpies

As a sophomore last season, Josh Williams was never short on words, but his message was often lost among the more experienced voices heard on a Hickman defense that had seven All-District players. This year, Williams is making noise that has been impossible to ignore.

Quadrado more than assistant for Cougars

Juliana Quadrado, assistant coach for the Columbia College women's volleyball team and native of Brazil, bridges the gap between the squad's English- and Portuguese-speaking teammates.

MU goalkeeper keeps eye on the clock

For MU junior Tasha Dittamore, the starting goalkeeper for the Missouri soccer team,  the numbers on the clock regulate life both on and off the field.

Armendariz finds new family on MU volleyball team

Since two-a-day practices, Priscilla Armendariz has become part of a new type of family with some of her teammates. Along with fellow freshman defensive specialist Annie Lopez, sophomore libero Caitlyn Vann and assistant coach Chen Feng, she is part of "the DS," or defensive specialist, family.

Moore crucial part of Tigers' defense

Nearly three weeks after re-injuring his foot against Nevada, Missouri safety William Moore says he is "about 85 percent." He is his likely return to action for the Tigers' Big 12 Conference opener on Saturday in Lincoln.

advertisements