Missouri senior guard Latoya Bond earned Big 12 Conference Player of the Week honors for the second time this season Monday. Bond led the Tigers in scoring in two games last week.
The Missouri wrestling team’s regular season attendance record at Hearnes Center wasn’t the only record set on Sunday.
All things considered, everyone else is playing for second place now.
DETROIT — Paint this Super Bowl black and gold. With a whole lot of satisfaction for Bill Cowher and his Pittsburgh Steelers.
If Saturday’s game against Missouri proved anything, it’s that Oklahoma’s freshman center Courtney Paris is going to wreak havoc on the rest of the Big 12 Conference, whether she’s facing a good veteran team on the road or not.
Missouri men’s basketball coach Quin Snyder is running out of ways to get his team to respond.
Last summer, two Missouri baseball players competed on the Team USA National Team, a group comprised of the best collegiate baseball players in the country.
Leave it all in the pool.
Bragging rights and disc golf.
A small step here, or a balance check there is often all that separates gymnastics teams. That proved to be the case Friday night as No. 7 Missouri lost at home to No. 9 Iowa State 196.175-195.875.
Junior Terren Wilson and senior David Inabnit transferred from Chicago State to Columbia College to try to make an impact on a winning team together. Their coaches had high expectations for both.
In the second half on Saturday, Harris-Stowe State shot 34 percent from the field. Amazingly, that percentage represented a 21 percent jump from the first half.
LaToya Bond said she was just hoping the shot would go in.
Imagine standing on a 4-inch-wide beam, 4-feet off the ground in front of thousands of people.
One win. That’s the grand total of road victories the Tigers had in their eight Big 12 Conference road games last season. So on Jan. 10, when the Tigers headed to Norman, Okla., to face the then-No. 22 ranked Sooners in this season’s first conference road game, a win didn’t seem likely.
Though it is dubbed the “Last Chance” meet, Saturday will mark the first chance that the Rock Bridge and Hickman boys’swim teams will get to compete at home this season. John Hamilton, who coaches the Hickman and Rock Bridge boys’ and girls’ teams, said that constantly having to travel for regular-season meets this year hasn’t been too big of an adjustment for the team. Because of their location, the Kewpies have always had to head toward the Kansas City area or elsewhere outside of Columbia to compete.
Andrew Branson loves his job. He loves traveling meeting new people and teaching outside of a classroom.
After Wednesday’s practice, junior forward Bryant Chambly was at the hospital getting stitches. Earlier in practice, Chambly had taken an elbow to the face from roommate Brock Perkins, opening up his upper lip.
Looking to build on the momentum of consecutive wins, the Stephens College women’s basketball team came out shooting against visiting Culver-Stockton College on Thursday.
Rock Bridge High School announced Tuesday that the Bruins assistant softball coach of seven years, Joe Henderson, will step up as head coach this fall.