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Loss means disappointing postseason outlook for Tigers

After Thursday’s 61-56 loss to Nebraska in the opening round of the Big 12 tournament, the CBI is the only tournament that would likely be calling on the MU men's basketball team on Selection Sunday.

Adventurer to speak on global travels, overcoming Diabetes

Nebraska spoils Missouri's hopes at Big 12 men's basketball tournament

It wasn’t that Nebraska played great or even that Missouri played poorly. The game was close throughout, and bad possessions for the Tigers piled up in a first-round loss Thursday in the Big 12 men's basketball tournament.

West Junior High student advances to national spelling bee

Eighth-grader Christian Ackmann won the Columbia Regional Spelling Bee by correctly spelling the word "cybernetics."

Annual St. Pat's run earns certification

This is the first year the route has been certified by the USA Track and Field Commission, which gives runners the opportunity to record their times with professional accuracy.

Overcoming fears leads to big accolades for high diver

MU diver Kendra Melnychuk turned her fear of heights and platform diving into athletic success.

Missouri gymnast looks to continue streak

Junior Adrianne Perry tries for her fifth consecutive all-around title as the No. 16 Tigers head to Corvallis, Ore., for the Salbasgeon Suites Invitational featuring Oregon State, Boise State and Sacramento State.

MU women's tennis assistant coach brings contagious humor and positivity to team

After accidentally injuring his tennis arm, Blake Edwards’ laid back, upbeat personality and love of tennis ended up bringing him back to Columbia, where he now shares his attitude with the Missouri tennis program.

Columbia College men's basketball team faces perennial power at NAIA tournament

Columbia College will play the Azusa Pacific (Calif.) Cougars, the tournament’s No. 13 seed, on Wednesday, with tip-off set for 2:15 p.m. at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City.

MU softball team wins 14th straight

MU gymnasts friends first

In high school, Liz Straatmann and Sarah Shire leaned on each for encouragement. When they went to compete at different colleges, gymnastics just wasn't the same - a big reason why Shire decided to join her old friend on the Tigers' team this season.

Tigers have one last chance to dance

At this point, winning the Big 12 tournament is Missouri's only realistic shot at making the NCAA tournament. Mike Anderson has some experience with longshots, however, having served as an assistant coach with the 15-14 Arkansas Razorbacks that ran the table in the 2000 SEC tournament.

Tigers take momentum of tournament win to next season

One day after surprising Oklahoma, the Missouri Tigers lost to Texas A&M 65-39 in the second round of the Big 12 tournament.

No clear favorite in Big 12 men's basketball tournament

After breaking down each men’s basketball team in the Big 12 Conference, it’s must-win time for some teams hoping for a shot at the NCAA Tournament.

MU women's basketball team loses in second round

The loss gives Missouri the most losses in a season in the history of the program.

Big crowd could help Missouri Men

A vocal crowd helps add energy for men's basketball team.

Tigers get hot, even though usual stars go cold

UPDATED: Missouri women score historic upset

Tigers will meet Texas A&M Wednesday.

Sprint Center fire shouldn't affect Big 12 Tournament

A heating element on a ceiling that dropped onto roofing material started a fire at around 6 a.m., The Kansas City Star reported.

MU's Ubrun earns Big 12 softball honors

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