A losing bidder in Monday’s deal to lay artificial turf on football fields at Hickman and Rock Bridge high schools issued a complaint the next day to the Columbia Board of Education.
More than a month after Quin Snyder resigned, and as a search for his replacement continues, the results of the second investigation into the circumstances surrounding his departure will be released today.
As part of their warmup, most members of the Missouri softball team take part in the “tip drill.” The drill consists of one player hitting the ball softly at a group of her teammates, with the goal being to keep the ball in the air by tipping it from player to player. But two Tigers, sophomores Amanda Renth and Amy Henke, weren’t enamored with the drill. So, instead, they decided to throw around a football in front of their dugout.
Unlike its press conference before the Big 12 Conference wrestling tournament two weeks ago, there was no laughing, no tie-dye shirts and even junior Ben Askren behaved himself at the Missouri wrestling team’s NCAA championship press day.
For three years, Samantha Frevert and Melissa White mainly saw each other in the opposing dugouts of the Rock Bridge vs. Hickman softball games. Now, the two share the same dugout at William Woods University.
Prior to the Columbia College men’s basketball team’s home games, fans and media are handed an 8 1/2-by-11 inch poster that doubles as a program. The poster, while informative, only has two pages of information and statistics. For the NAIA national tournament, however, Columbia College’s media relations department released an 86-page media guide, complete with pictures and recaps of every game this season.
In a report released this morning, Gary Link says he believes he was instructed by Athletic Director Mike Alden to inform MU basketball coach Quin Snyder on Feb. 8 that he would not be retained at the conclusion of the 2005-06 season, according to Dalton Wright, one of two independent investigators charged with examining the events leading up to Snyder’s departure.
Luellen injured his left knee in a blocking drill after getting his cleat stuck in the Faurot Field turf Saturday. After practice, Missouri coaches said the injury was only a sprain.
As the shadows began to stretch across the field, Casey McIntosh was in his element.
Five Missouri athletes traveled to Fayetteville, Ark., to participate in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships last weekend. In a collegiate meet that was intense enough to rival the IAAF World Indoor Championships that took place in Moscow at the same time, four Tigers returned with All-American honors.
Rock Bridge baseball players Keith Briedwell, Kyle Lasley and Scott Thompson have spent their whole lives trying to beat each other. Now the three are trying to do what no Rock Bridge baseball team has done since the three have been playing for the Bruins: win the district tournament.
It took less than a second to go from silence to March Madness.
Two fast breaks distinguished the boys from the women when the MU soccer team fell 3-1 to the Sysmex Rugrats, a local Under-15 select club Monday night. The match at Walton Stadium was the Tigers’ spring season opener.
Kansas City Royals first baseman Mike Sweeney, who has seen limited action so far this spring, is expected to be sidelined at least a week with an bruised left ankle.
Leisa Frey admits that there is something weird about her first name, which is pronounced like “Lisa.”
Over the winter, University Field was renovated. A new drainage system was installed under the grass to help keep the field dry. The scoreboard was moved from left to center field. And the outfield fence was painted black and lowered from six feet high to five.
LAS VEGAS — It took Jimmie Johnson 270 laps to get to the front Sunday, but that was soon enough.
Saturday, the MU football team put on the pads for the first time this spring and went to work. The warm sunshine and 70-degree temperatures, a stark contrast from earlier practices, had the players enthusiastic and ready to go.
As the temperature rises and winter comes to a close, seeing a pair of runners along the sidewalk becomes a daily occurance. Seeing 645 runners and walkers barreling down College Avenue at 8 a.m. is something else altogether.