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The Cougars cut down the nets Tuesday at the Arena at Southwell Complex after winning their fourth AMC Tournament championship in six years.
Cougars players say Park University players have been disrespecting them on social media leading up to Tuesday's American Midwest Conference tournament championship.
The Cougars beat William Woods 91-83 on Monday in the American Midwest Conference tournament championship at the Arena of Southwell Complex.
Brock Walker scored 13 points off the bench for the Cougars who defeated Williams Baptist 97-56.
Julie Teeple fell just short of reaching 1,000 points for her career Friday night. However, she still led Columbia College with 16 points in a 68-40 win over Williams Baptist College.
Kyle Harvey, a versatile Williams Baptist small forward, has scored 25 or more points eight times this season, but Columbia College held him to just nine in their last meeting.
Senior forward Marquette Murrell's presence on the court helped Columbia College beat Hannibal-LaGrange 67-52 Thursday night.
Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin led the Aggies to an 11-2 record in 2012. He will now make $3.1 million per year.
With the win, the top-seeded Cougars advanced to the semifinals of the tournament where they will play against fourth seed Williams Baptist on Friday.
The No. 1 seed Cougars host No. 9 seed Hannibal-LaGrange in a first-round matchup.
The Columbia College soccer team has signed Dan Reilly of Kirkwood, Mo., Cougars coach John Klein announced Wednesday.
The No. 9-seeded Stars finished the season 7-23 overall and 4-14 in the AMC.
The Cougars defeated William Woods University 74-69 Saturday in Fulton.
Columbia College (24-6) will host the American Midwest Conference tournament, which starts Wednesday at the Arena at the Southwell Complex.
The junior forward won't play Saturday in the Cougars' season finale. He could return as early as next Thursday for the American Midwest Conference tournament.
The Stars made just 25 percent of their field goals in a loss.
Heather English is the unquestioned leader of the Columbia College women's basketball team. But while she's always tough on the court, she shows a softer side around her family.
Just as it has all season, the Cougars rolled to another victory Wednesday night, beating Harris-Stowe 85-64.
The Columbia College women's basketball team defeated Harris Stowe 83-55 on Wednesday night at The Arena at Southwell Complex in a game moved up one day because of the threat of Thursday's snowstorm.
A pair of Columbia College basketball games were moved from Thursday to Wednesday because of weather concerns.