Hickman’s game Monday night came down to one final shot.
The Stephens College women’s basketball team (8-20) has seen its share of blowouts this season, more often than not on the losing end. But it was the Stars’ turn to dominate Monday night.
The intensity of the rivalry between the Missouri women’s tennis team and Oklahoma was felt early on during the match Monday. The Tigers lost 4-3, falling to 3-2 this season.
The Missouri wrestling team kept its streak alive, earning their third consecutive win over a ranked opponent on Monday night with a 26-10 victory over host No. 25 Northern Iowa. The No. 10 Tigers won seven of their 10 matches.
It was just a splattering of Mizzou Arena that first rose to cheer Missouri on defense.
For a few moments during the Mizzou All-Century team celebration at halftime, the focus wasn’t on former coach Quin Snyder and the team he left behind, at least not entirely anyway.
Familiarity doesn’t always breed contempt.
Despite the turmoil surrounding Quin Snyder and the men’s basketball team, the Missouri women’s team gave the 4,723 fans at Mizzou Arena something to cheer about on Saturday.
Quin Snyder had a drink in his hand.
April 7, 1999 marked the beginning of the Quin Snyder era at Missouri, an era which came to a close on Friday — even though it may dribble on for a while.
There will be a different feeling in the air at Mizzou Arena today when the Missouri men’s basketball team plays Kansas State at 12:30 p.m.
Newly-appointed acting head coach of Missouri, Melvin Watkins, walked past the west entrance of Mizzou Arena on Friday night with assistant coach Lance Irvin and was asked by Missourian reporters to comment on the situation regarding the resignation of Quin Snyder.
Remember the positive impact
In Columbia College’s women’s basketball game against the McKendree nearly a month ago, the Cougars were heartbroken after the Bearcats made a free throw with less than a second left to win 73-72.
They say that when you heave a 35-pound weight throw, if you grit your teeth, spin quickly, and release at the perfect moment, you can trick yourself into thinking it’s as light as a feather.
Rock Bridge wrestler Dane Griffin just wanted to win one more for his father.
Oprah had to go.
Four years ago, the Missouri track and field team had a future distance heavyweight right at its fingertips.
Hickman senior wrestler Tony Pescaglia earned the nickname as a child eating a bowl of Frosted Flakes. It took a literal meaning when, earlier this season, the defending state champion signed a letter of intent to compete for Missouri.