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Stephens College's Darby Jones looks to get back into rhythm after stomach virus

Stephens College volleyball outside hitter Darby Jones spent most of Thursday’s loss to Benedictine College working to get back into the rhythm of the game after missing Tuesday's win because of a stomach virus.

This week in Southeastern Conference football

A look at things to watch in the Southeastern Conference during Week 3 of the season.

New crop of talented SEC quarterbacks emerge

A new crop of quarterbacks — including Missouri's Maty Mauk — are faring just fine on the football field in 2014. Their numbers look a whole lot like the stats their predecessors piled up last year.

Stephens College volleyball uses height to earn second consecutive win

The Stephens College volleyball team took control of the front line in a sweep of Central Christian College of the Bible.

Stephens College volleyball earns fourth win in five matches with sweep

Halan Mann had 11 kills and Suhey Campos had 19 digs as the Stephens College volleyball team won its second consecutive match. 

MU's first openly gay athlete inspires former college coach

Former University of Memphis cross country and track coach Greg Russell said he found inspiration to come out as gay from the story of Greg DeStephen, MU's first openly gay athlete.

Columbia College men overcome a red card to climb to .500

Columbia beat Westminster College 2-1. They improve to 2-2 with the victory.

Mesoraco homers, leads Reds over Cardinals

The Cincinnati Reds earned a 9-5 victory Tuesday night that ended their six-game losing streak against the St. Louis Cardinals.

Penn State coach James Franklin thankful for bowl chance

The Nittany Lions aren't in a bowl yet. But the chance for a late December bowl berth is something that was missing from their early-season hopes.

Cardinals extend surge, beat Reds 5-0

St. Louis has won 9-of-10, going from two games out to a season-high 4 1/2 games up in the National League Central.

NCAA lifts Penn State's postseason ban

Penn State had been halfway through a four-year postseason ban handed down during the summer of 2012.

Marko Paunovic scores 2 goals to lead Columbia College men's soccer to 1st win of season

The senior forward, only a year removed from a season-ending knee injury, was the difference-maker off the bench for the Cougars.

 

Stephens College volleyball splits matches in 2nd day of Avila Eagle Invitational

After winning both matches Friday, the Stephens College volleyball team split its final two matches of the Avila Eagle Invitational on Saturday in Kansas City.

Columbia College women's soccer scores 1st goal of season in OT loss

The Cougars finally put the ball in the net, but the lone goal wasn't enough in a 2-1 overtime loss to Missouri Valley College. It was Columbia's second overtime in as many games.

Stephens College volleyball's two wins have Stars feeling confident

The Stephens College volleyball team won both games at the Avila Eagle Invitational in Kansas Cityon Friday, winning back to back for the first time since 2012.

Ole Miss-Vanderbilt highlights Southeastern Conference Week 2 matchups

A look at things to watch in Week 2 of the Southeastern Conference football season.

Stephens College volleyball's inexperience shows in 3-0 loss to Central Methodist University

With nearly half the team entering its first collegiate game, the Stephens College volleyball team fell to Central Methodist University 3-0 in the team's regular season opener. 

Columbia College golf struggles early in first fall tournament

Columbia College's men's golf team started off slow and finished in 9th place in the team's first tournament of the fall season.

Weekend lineup of SEC games far from must-see TV

 After opening with some made-for-TV games, the Southeastern Conference's Week 2 lineup is more like made for practice with several games that shape up to be lopsided mismatches.

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.

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