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Despite schedule and fatigue, Columbia College volleyball sweeps Evangel University

The Columbia College volleyball team overcame a sloppy first two sets to defeat Evangel University and continue its best start since 2009.

No. 21 South Carolina looks to regroup after lopsided loss

The Gamecocks gave up 680 yards of offense, the most ever, and turned first-time Texas A&M quarterback starter Kenny Hill into that program's next star as he passed for 511 yards and three touchdowns. Now, they're hoping to rebound against East Carolina.

Tom Watson fills out U.S. Ryder Cup team

U.S. captain Tom Watson went with experience and a gut feeling Tuesday night when he filled out his Ryder Cup team with Keegan Bradley, Hunter Mahan and Webb Simpson.

Runner finishes third marathon of Labor Day weekend with Columbia race

Atsushi Kato completed the Heart of America marathon in Columbia on Labor Day morning, finishing his 155th race. 

Runners finish Columbia marathon despite rain, lightning

Runners took off from the starting line near the Hearnes Center at 7 a.m., an hour behind schedule because of the weather. The 26.2-mile course took runners from downtown to the Missouri River and back.

Murray beats Tsonga in 3 long sets at U.S. Open

The eighth-seeded Andy Murray beat No. 9-seeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-5, 7-5, 6-4 in 2 hours, 35 minutes on Monday.

Arkansas looks to end 10-game losing streak

In order for Arkansas to win for the first time since Bielema's third game as coach, the Razorbacks must find a way to avoid a second-half collapse like they had against Auburn.

Vols defense wants to build on its early momentum

Tennessee forced three turnovers Sunday in a 38-7 rout of Utah State. The performance offered reason to believe Tennessee could have an improved defense, even though all-Southeastern Conference linebacker A.J. Johnson is the only returning starter from last year's front seven.

Columbia College women's soccer scoreless season continues with 0-0 draw

Despite scoring dry spell, former Rock Bridge star Laurie Frew has strong performance in her first game

U.S. dominates Finland 114-55 in basketball worlds

Silencing the Finns in the second quarter on the scoreboard and in the stands, where their rabid fans filled an entire side of the arena, the Americans allowed just a pair of free throws in the period, outscoring their overmatched opponents 29-2 to open a 60-18 advantage.

Columbia College volleyball's Paula Rosa shows star potential at Hampton Inn Classic

The star of the first match was Paula Rosa. The 5-foot-11 senior finished with 15 kills, two more than Bethel's entire team. She didn't let up on the defensive end either, leading the Cougars with eight digs.

Stephens College soccer wins first season opener

The Stars, who struggled in a 1-17 2013 season, are off to a good start with their 2-1 victory.

Missouri quarterback Eddie Printz remembers Auburn tight end Lutzenkirchen

Philip Lutzenkirchen, who died in a single-car accident earlier this year, went to same high school and was a role model for Missouri quarterback Eddie Printz

Former Bruins Mark Pickerel, Freeman Simmons come home for season opener

Former Rock Bridge players Mark Pickerel and Freeman Simmons, who now play for South Dakota State, are looking forward to setting foot on Faurot Field.

USC's Josh Shaw admits to lying about injuries, rescue

Shaw has been suspended indefinitely from all of the Trojans' team activities after acknowledging his heroic tale was "a complete fabrication," the school announced in a statement Wednesday.

Columbia College soccer scores new facilities

Columbia College men's and women's soccer coach John Klein discussed the improved locker rooms, field and concessions around R. Marvin Owens Soccer Stadium at the "Cougar Club" fall luncheon on Tuesday.

Chiefs trying to build on big bounce-back year

The cash-strapped Kansas City Chiefs had to watch helplessly as three Pro Bowl players and several other key pieces departed in free agency, their big bounce-back seasons resulting in big-money deals elsewhere. And with little money under the salary cap, coach Andy Reid and general manager John Dorsey were forced to plug holes with a bunch of unproven football vagabonds.

Northwestern football moves past union litigations

Now, nearly everyone on the squad can point to a moment in that sometimes-rancorous process that drew them closer to a teammate.

Southern California receives conflicting reports about Captain's heroism

Southern California coach Steve Sarkisian said USC has received several calls contradicting Shaw's story about the circumstances leading to his two high ankle sprains

Tolton softball shuts out Fulton, 6-0

Kelsey Bequette pitched Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic softball to victory Monday.

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