The Hickman football team jumped up one spot to No. 4 in the Class 6 state football rankings after a 45-7 win over Fort Zumwalt South.
Two juniors helped the Tigers’ women’s golf team take ninth in Sin City.
The assumption that the Missouri basketball team is lacking depth in the front court might have been proved false at the black and gold game on Tuesday night.
The MU Women’s basketball team is dealing with the possibility of having a short bench because injuries have reduced the roster to 10 players.
After 18 days navigating rapids on the Grand Canyon portion of the Colorado River, Chris Kelly, 61, can safely say, “It was the trip of a lifetime.”
The team’s leading tackler, known for his vocal leadership, is an emerging talent in the Big 12 Conference.
Coming from a family with a successful athletic history, junior Ryne Fisher is moving out of its shadow with his own burgeoning golf career.
MU safety Pig Brown is recovering after undergoing successful surgery on his torn right Achilles tendon on Sunday morning. Although he’s out for the season, Brown will still travel with the Tigers.
The Tigers have not been recognized as a top 10 team since 1981 when Warren Powers was the head coach. The team landed the No. 8 spot, but only for one week, until MU lost to Iowa State — an unranked team at the time.
With his trademark back flip, toothy grin and jovial personality, Carl Edwards rocketed his way to NASCAR superstar status. Now his Nextel Cup rivals claim that Mr. Nice Guy routine was nothing more than an elaborate act.
It looks like MU wrestling coach Brian Smith has to make some tough decisions this season. He said his wrestlers at 125, 141 and 174 pounds are in close competitions to start the season.
While the Missouri football team won on Saturday against Iowa State, losing captain safety Pig Brown could be what the team remembers most when looking back at the game.
Bryan Blitz, 44, has coached the Missouri women’s soccer team since it was started 12 years ago. His career record and Missouri’s program record reached 124-111-9 after Sunday's win against Nebraska.
The No. 15 Missouri women’s soccer team came from behind to defeat Nebraska 3-1 Sunday at Walton Stadium.
The Rock Bridge soccer team beat Jefferson City on Saturday setting up a game against No. 1 seed Hickman.
The win puts Missouri in a position to have its best season since 1969.