For the first time, both men's and women's swimming are ranked among the Top 20
Stephens senior Julia Hanson plays two sports and participates in everything under the sun: writing lab, volunteer work and she’s taking 21 credit hours this semester.
Hickman lost to Helias 42-39 in its home opener Tuesday night after allowing a pin the night’s final match.
Weightlifter Eli Burks has been to a lot of weightlifting events and even won a world championship, but couldn’t pull it off on Monday at the Student Rec Center against a rookie weightlifter.
The Mizzou Racing Team gives students the opportunity to gain real engineering experience by building a formula one racecar.
Coaches in the Big 12 conference didn’t go as far to say that the No. 6 Missouri Tigers should be in a BCS bowl ahead of No. 8 Kansas. But the fallout from the final BCS standings has left coaches perplexed about the system’s functionality in college football.
“I feel like I had a great season,” Arkansas' Darren McFadden says. “I feel like I accomplished my main goal — for me to exceed what I did last year. I feel like I did that.”
Missouri wide receiver Danario Alexander suffered a serious knee injury against Oklahoma, the team announced Monday. The sophomore will undergo surgery Friday.
The MU women's basketball coaches want to see Marissa Scott shooting more baskets.
The Tigers men's and women's swimming teams are reaching new levels of success
The Hickman boys basketball team advanced to the second round of the Blue Springs tournament.
The Rock Bridge girls basketball team suffered its first defeat of the season in a 69-59 double-overtime loss at Nixa.
The Bulldogs won 70-37 on Monday night at Prairie Home.
The Stephens basketball team improved to 3-7 after a 61-59 win over Principia College on Monday night.
Columbia Women’s Lacrosse held an informational meeting Monday night to promote its upcoming season.
Cotton Bowl attendees will need activities to do in Dallas when it’s not gametime. Here’s a few tips on where to find all of the New Year’s activities.
For fans desperate for seats at the Cotton Bowl, tickets can be found — for a price, on the Web. But there are plenty of travel options to choose from and at a wide range of prices.
By 10 a.m. Monday morning Missouri had run out of their allotment of 16,000 tickets for the 2008 AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. According to Chad Moller, Missouri Athletic Department spokesman, about 6,000 tickets went on sale at 8 a.m.
“I don’t know. It’s tough right now, but I’m sure it’ll be good later,” MU defensive tackle Lorenzo Williams said about the Tigers playing in this season's Cotton Bowl.
With the Tigers trailing late in the third quarter, quarterback Chase Daniel threw a dart to tight end Martin Rucker. The ball hit off his hands and was intercepted. The Sooners scored two plays later, and the Tigers never recovered.