The match, a 2-1 Columbia victory over Benedictine University of Springfield, Illinois, was delayed for a couple minutes as officials struggled to corral a dog that ran across the pitch and up the sidelines.
The biggest weekend of the college football season delivered a sensational Saturday that included three of the top six teams in The Associated Press poll getting beat.
Bulldogs' quarterback Dak Prescott called the win a "Mississippi State-ment." The junior quarterback threw for two touchdowns and ran for three of his own in his team's 48-31 victory in Starkville, Mississippi.
Stephens College soccer struggled against Lyon College in a 11-0 loss on Friday night.
Salvador Perez singled down the left-field line with two outs in the 12th inning, allowing Christian Colon to score from second base and giving the long-suffering Royals a 9-8 victory over the Oakland Athletics in a wild American League wild-card game Tuesday night.
Jason McClary opened a franchise of 9 Round Fitness and Kickboxing in southeast Columbia.
The Columbia College women's and men's golf teams played in the Cougars' home tournament Tuesday at the Columbia Country Club. The women's team finished second, and the men's team finished third.
There hasn't been a no-hitter at Busch Stadium, old or new, home team or visitor, since 1983 when Bob Forsch notched his second no-no.
The Dodgers are heading into the postseason healthier than they were a year ago, and they hope it holds up.
For years, football fans have bemoaned the rule barring NFL home games that haven't sold out from being televised in the local market. Well, you can't blame the government anymore.
Michael Phelps was arrested for the second time on DUI charges early Tuesday in his hometown of Baltimore, another embarrassment for the swimmer who came out of retirement this year with his sights set on competing at the Rio Games.
The coach said the SEC's East Division is full of good teams — including the Kentucky team the two-loss Gamecocks face this weekend — but no dominant one.
The Gators (2-1, 1-1 SEC) play four games over the next five weeks that might determine whether they're back in the Eastern Division race or in the market for a new coach.
Receivers Malcolm Mitchell and Justin Scott-Wesley are expected to make their season debuts for No. 13 Georgia on Saturday against Vanderbilt.
The NFL said Tuesday that Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah should not have been penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct when he dropped to his knees in prayer after an interception.
Lane Kiffin has opened up the once-vanilla Alabama offense, and the first-year offensive coordinator has the Crimson Tide piling up passing yards and points.
Three teams from the Southeastern Conference's powerful Western Division are finally going down.
The main panelists are a mix of veteran broadcasters and former pro athletes. CBS is using five of its own announcers: Pro Football Hall of Fame honoree Lesley Visser; former Oakland Raiders CEO Amy Trask; sideline reporters Tracy Wolfson and Allie LaForce; and radio host Dana Jacobson. They are joined by reporter Andrea Kremer of NFL Network and HBO Sports, boxer Laila Ali, basketball stars Lisa Leslie and Swin Cash, swimmers Dara Torres and Summer Sanders, and tennis player Katrina Adams.
Harris-Stowe was flagged for 12 fouls and had just one shot on goal. Columbia College racked up 13 fouls, but converted on the offensive end.
The Cougar offensive attack began early and was consistent. Rock Bridge graduate Laurie Frew scored the initial goal of the match 11 minutes in, and by the 28-minute mark, the score was 6-0. Columbia College outshot Harris-Stowe 37-3 overall, and four players scored two times.