The inexact science of putting together the NCAA tournament bracket turned out to be pretty exact this time around.
Contrary to popular belief, the Tigers are looking for their pitchers to cut down their strikeouts and put the ball in play early in the count.
With wins over North Dakota State and Wisconsin, the Tigers are just one victory shy of tying the school record for most consecutive wins.
With all the star power on the Missouri Tigers’ pitching staff, Ian Berger occasionally gets lost in the shuffle. rotation.
Saturday evening at Taylor Stadium, Berger displayed his latest bit of brilliance, throwing eight scoreless innings in the Tigers’ 10-0 win against the Toledo Rockets.
In state championship games it can come down to which team has a player have the kind of game that boys dream of while shooting on their driveway hoops.Harrisburg junior forward Cory Via had one of those days.
Josh Wagner's only hope was that the Big 12 coaches selected him as one of eight wild cards for the meet.
Harrisburg High School beat Clever, 73-67, in a high-paced game that featured 26 lead changes.
Missouri heptathlete Nick Adcock tied a meet record in the high jump during the first day of the NCAA Indoor Championships on Friday.
Aaron Crow needed only 107 pitches to strike out 15 hitters and record his first complete-game shut out.
MU diver Greg DeStephen won the Zone D meet in Houston to automatically qualify for the NCAA Championship. The women’s 1-meter event also took place with two Tigers involved.
The Missourian provides facts you may not know about rugby that will help you understand the game.
The University of Missouri Rugby Club provides an outlet for athletes to continue their careers.
The Tigers’ losing streak extended to four on Friday in a match against Kansas State, 5-2, that lasted seven hours.