The Missouri men's basketball team beat host Brock University 117-68 in preseason play Sunday in St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada.
Jeremy Maclin's 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, midway through the second quarter, sparked Missouri's momentum. It began a streak of 21-consecutive points in the second quarter that provided MU the necessary fuel to withstand a late Illinois charge and claim a 52-42 victory Saturday in front of 66,441 at the Edward Jones Dome.
Chris Cook will run his 13th Heart of America Marathon on Monday. It is his passion for running, not the health benefits, that draws him back each year.
In the first start of his college career, new Tigers' tailback Derrick Washington bolstered Missouri's 52-42 victory over Illinois with two first-half touchdowns and 128 rushing yards. To put those numbers in perspective, Washington had only 184 yards and one touchdown in his entire freshman season.
Several Illinois and Missouri players met with kids for a football camp before Saturday's top-25 matchup in St. Louis.
Weiwen Wang and Julianna Klein nearly led the MU volleyball team to an upset of a top-25 team Saturday at the BYU Molten Classic.
Sophomore Kari Adam’s first goal of the season provided the difference in Friday’s 1-0 home victory over Auburn.
Columbia College lost two players to ejection and its men’s soccer season opener, 1-0, against Drury on Saturday.
Senior DeMarre Carroll scored 20 points Saturday to pace the MU men’s basketball team over the Ontario All-Stars, 120-80 in St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada, to open the preseason.
After leading 10-7 at the half, a slowed running game and special teams error help Liberty cruise to a 34-7 win.
Not only does Derrick Washington replace Tony Temple, one of the best Tigers running backs, but he also takes over a key position on a team that expects to compete for a national title.
Jaimonte Cooper scored twice to lead Bruins to a 1-0 start.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb told Juice Williams to play with confidence and have fun.
The Missouri basketball team is getting a head start on this season with three games in Canada.
A new scheme and plenty of new players are changing the face of the Hickman football team, even though the Kewpies had a successful 7-3 season last year.
Trey Millard, a two-way player for the Bruins, who has received interest from several DI colleges, figures to be hard to stop tonight when Rock Bridge takes the field for its 7 p.m. season opener against visiting Lee’s Summit North.
Julianna Klein, an MU outside hitter who had 2.75 kills per game for the Tigers in 2006, was hurt on Sept. 7 of last season and missed the rest of the year. She was granted a medical redshirt and will be a sophomore this season.