Pitcher Drew Mitrisin, second baseman Brandt Frye and catcher Thad McVeigh helped the Hickman baseball team defeat cross-town rival Rock Bridge.
Alicia Hatcher was an energetic child, always running and jumping around, so gymnastics was a perfect avenue to let out her energy. She started gymnastics at Dave’s Gymnastics Factory in Lee’s Summit when she was 4.
Hopes for a potential change of venue in the wrongful death suit of Aaron O’Neal have been halted, at least temporarily, after a Boone County Circuit Court Judge ruled the foundation for the move to be “vague, overbroad and burdensome,” according to Missouri Case.net.
Once a quiet, reserved redshirt freshman, Sulak has matured into the talkative, outgoing mouthpiece of the Missouri defensive line. The senior end has 25 career starts, the most of any in a unit that includes three seniors (Sulak, Tommy Chavis and Jaysen Corbett). Over his career, Sulak has added 25 pounds to his frame, and last season, he recorded 60 tackles and six quarterback sacks.
Jordan Adrian has matured in his role as Rock Bridge starting pitcher.
Michaele and Abby Vock are best friends on and off the softball field.
The Missouri golf team’s struggles continued in the final round of the Mizzou Intercollegiate amid wind, rain and cold.
Karen Kraus, a master's student at MU, beat out 5,489 other entrants in an SI.com bracket pool.
The Rock Bridge girls soccer team beat Hickman 1-0 Monday night. The Bruins are using some of the state-champion girls basketball team's mottos for motivation.
After transferring from Moberly Area Community College to Stephens College, Stars’ junior Trista Reeves decided to do something she hadn’t done in six years — play softball.
The Missouri golf team is in 10th place after the first 36 holes of the tournament. Junior Peter Malnati trailed the individual leader by 9 strokes.
Columbia native Carl Edwards raced to his series-best third win of the season Sunday, holding off Jimmie Johnson on a two-lap overtime sprint to the finish at Texas Motor Speedway.
This weekend, the Missouri women’s soccer team got a long-awaited chance to play another team, or as Tigers coach Bryan Blitz put it, “kick somebody else” instead of themselves.
Like those of its catcher, the Missouri baseball team's struggles continued during Sunday’s loss to Oklahoma State.
In the face of success and struggle, the freshmen doesn't let his emotions belie his play.