The Rock Bridge boys tennis team defeated Parkway Central 8-1 on Saturday at Parkway Central.
Senior Jen Bruck allowed five runs in the first two innings and took the loss for the Tigers.
Kewpie pitcher Drew Mitrisin pitched 6 2/3 innings of shutout baseball while only giving up two hits.
The Tigers jumped to an early lead by sweeping both the men’s and women’s hammer throw on Friday, the only event held during the first day of the two-day inaugural Jefferson Cup in Charlottesville, Va.
Sandwiched into Missouri’s rotation between Aaron Crow and Kyle Gibson, aces present and future, the unimposing Ian Berger is easy to overlook.
The battle for the center position between Tim Barnes and J.T. Beasley heats up as spring football continues.
A wide variety of Columbia residents turned up at Douglass Park Saturday for the Parks & Recreation Department’s kite flying day.
Though there is some confusion about the record, Crow pushes his scoreless innings streak to 42 and 2/3
According to head coach Blake Starkey, the Missouri women’s tennis competed harder in its 5-2 loss to Texas A&M on Friday afternoon than it has in recent losses.
Pitching propelled the Cougars to their first win against McKendree since 2005.
In high school, Chad Collard starred for Harrisburg in basketball, but never played football. Now, though, he is findng success on the Missouri football team after walking-on and refusing to turning his back on his dreams.
Every game day, Kleiza gets to slip the baby blue Nuggets jersey over his head. He gets to swish 3-pointers that bring 18,000 fans to their feet. This season, Kleiza is finally silencing the doubters that he has had at every point on his journey.
While the Tigers have struggled this season, Jessica Giuggioli and Kaitlyn Ritchie have been a bright spot as doubles partners.
When Garrett McCaffrey’s friend Ben Askren, the former Missouri wrestling star, put him in contact with Martin and Mark Floreani, brothers who had started the Flocasts online network, McCaffrey jumped at the chance to cover swimming, the sport he loves.
Dual meets, or meets where two teams compete head-to-head, were the mainstream of collegiate track until they were given less priority in favor or larger, multi-team invitational meets starting in the 1970’s and 1980’s.
Columbia Parks & Recreation hopes that kites will fill the sky at its kite flying day Saturday at Douglass Park.
After getting swept over the Weekend, the Tigers responded with 16-0 and 5-0 wins over the Bulldogs