With his blazing speed and leaping prowess, wide receiver Will Franklin stood out Thursday during the series of drills and tests.
The town of 182 people regularly packs the seats of Harrisburg High School's basketball court.
On Wednesday, Missouri won a double overtime game against Iowa State, and is now focused on resting up for Saturday's game.
For most teams, another habitual afternoon practice isn’t something that makes players come running. But for the Columbia College men’s basketball team, the work they put in isn’t a chore.
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The MU women’s basketball team traveled to Boulder, Colo., for its regular season finale, trying to win for the second time in three games and gain some momentum going into next week’s Big 12 Conference tournament.
DeMarre Carroll opened the season with a career-high 23 points. On Wednesday, he capped off the home portion of the season with a monstrous two-handed dunk for his 25th and 26th points, a new career high.
When the MU men's basketball teamed warmed up Wednesday against Iowa State so did the crowd. “We were down and we found some kind of energy. Our fans they kept us in it," Tigers coach Mike Anderson said.
MU softball coach Ehren Earleywine says freshman Shana White will be dangerous as a left-handed hitter, but White a right-handed standout when she played for Hickman, is finding the change difficult
The Columbia College men's basketball team's victory Wednesday night showed that things can get rough when teams are fighting for the right to play another day every time they step on the floor.
At the Cat Classic gymnastics meet Friday night at the Hearnes Center, rapper Unk’s “Walk it Out” played in the background during warm-ups. While the song was being played, first-year Missouri coach Amy Smith started to dance on the edges of the floor exercise mat.
On Wednesday, NASCAR said Carl Edwards victory Sunday in Las Vegas was tainted and slammed Edwards and his Roush Fenway Racing team with its toughest penalty yet. Edwards was docked 100 points, knocking him out of first place, and stripped of the 10 bonus points he earned for the win.
In his two seasons at Missouri, guard Keon Lawrence has had better statistics in Big 12 games than in non-conference games.
Missouri junior K-Kay Pickens has never played consistently as a member of the Tigers, but she stays positive through teaching and working with her teammates
Gene Koepke took a seat on the Cougar bench for the first time in 1989. Nineteen years later, he still hasn’t left.
Hubalek worked hard in practice, finally putting his earnest effort into becoming a low-post player, and his numbers began improving.
One of the lacrosse players on this year’s team spent last year doing service in Kenya instead of going to school and playing lacrosse.