It’s easy to spot Joe Brown. He’s the one smiling widely in the back row of the picture.
Kansas State defeated the Missouri baseball team 5-3 Friday night at Taylor Stadium.
As Missouri Athletic Director Mike Alden continues his search for Missouri’s new men’s basketball coach, he will do so without three-fourths of his search committee.
The Hickman baseball team rolled over Southern Boone 12-2 in six innings Thursday night in the Kewpies’ season opener at Hickman Field.
Even though he hasn’t been named Missouri’s starting quarterback, Chase Daniel is starting to carry himself that way.
Junior wrestler Ben Askren is ready to move on.
The start of the Missouri Tigers’ outdoor track and field season has been a chilly one. In their first week of preparation for the spring season, the Hearnes Center Fieldhouse saw more activity than the outdoor track at Audrey Walton stadium.
Despite a 10-0 victory over visiting Marshall Thursday night, the Rock Bridge girls’ soccer team has not played a full 80 minutes yet this season.
The seniors on the Hickman girls’ soccer team have been playing together for so long, they feel more like sisters than teammates.
Senior attackman Zach Nikin and the Hickman boys’ lacrosse team are trying to keep rival Rock Bridge from doing something they have never done before: defeat the Kewpies.
After graduating five of its top players last year, the Rock Bridge boys’ tennis team will be looking to some different faces for leadership this season.
Entering this past season, Thomas Gardner’s standing with the Missouri basketball team was in question.
The Rock Bridge girls’ soccer team has been waiting and weight lifting.
JUPITER, Fla. — So far, Sidney Ponson’s comeback is a big success.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — First the Super Bowl, now the All-Star game.
It was already going to be a tough rebuilding job, but Missouri’s next basketball coach’s task became a bit more daunting Tuesday.
Josh Barbo’s father is still coaching him. But now, Josh doesn’t have to listen.
After her senior season as setter on the Missouri Tigers’ volleyball team, Lindsey Hunter had originally planned to finish out her final semester at the University before moving to Colorado Springs to live and train with the national team at the Olympic Training Center.
One Kewpie and one former Kewpie signed letters of intent to play football next year at Central Methodist University.
Rain and snowstorms in Springfield forced the Tigers’ game today at Missouri State to be postponed indefinitely. The Tigers are set to play at 2 p.m. Wednesday at home against Southern Illinois.