Columbia Parks & Recreation hopes that kites will fill the sky at its kite flying day Saturday at Douglass Park.
After getting swept over the Weekend, the Tigers responded with 16-0 and 5-0 wins over the Bulldogs
Had the Tigers faced a more formidable opponent, perhaps one with a bullpen, Missouri baseball fans would surely be in sky-is-falling mode today. Instead, following a late-inning offensive barrage, order appears to have been restored to the universe.
Nine gymnasts were named to conference's all-academic team, and coach Rob Drass says it shows his program is about more than sports.
With their first conference series loss behind them, and a tough series with Oklahoma State looming, the Tigers lose 5-3 to unranked Western Illinois.
The Cougar offense was cold in the first game but came alive in the second.
Stephens College is in its second year of play and trying to improve on last year’s 2-27 mark.
Jason Townson still has opportunities to make his case.
The Missouri gymnastics team found out Monday that it was headed to LSU for the NCAA Central Regional.
When MU senior Mike Neustedter learned a sport he once saw as a distraction could have a positive influence, he decided to start a ski club at MU. Mizzou Freeride was given approval in November.
The Tigers were on top of the leader board until the final event, the balance beam. After two low scores, the Tigers lost a slim lead to Oklahoma and Iowa State and finished .625 points behind the first-place No. 9 Oklahoma.
Jen Bruck scored Missouri's only run with a home run in the seventh inning.
The loss prevented junior Ian Berger from picking up his fourth win after another impressive performance on the mound.
Berger struck out six and allowed one run on four hits in eight innings. He has allowed just two earned runs in 38.1 innings this season and continues to lead the Big 12 with an ERA of 0.47.
Mid-Missouri families say the March Madness Mixed Open is good for all ages and skills.
Rock Bridge senior Lauren Borduin lost a close race in the 800-meters but her coach thinks the racing experience will help her compete later on.
A 484-mile road trip to compete in a track meet might seem a little extreme to most, but Waukesha (Wis.) West makes the trip every year.