Friday's 72-49 loss to Florida was the end for Missouri's NCAA Tournament hopes. The Tigers wait for Selection Sunday to see their fate, most likely that they will participate in the National Invitation Tournament.
The Tigers' early exit from the SEC tournament probably means Missouri is an NIT team. It could be their first absence from the Big Dance since 2008.
Jake Ring's RBI single in the seventh inning gave the Tigers the boost they needed to overcome a 2-0 deficit and take the first game of their series with Tennessee.
Missouri junior Kearsten Peoples began her weekend in Albuquerque, N.M., with an All-American performance in the weight-throw.
Missouri gymnastics earned solid team scores on the vault, uneven bars and floor exercise on Friday, but three falls on the balance beam crippled the Tigers' team score in a loss No. 3 Florida, 198.200-194.300.
Missouri freshman pitcher Tori Finucane pitched six innings without allowing a run for her first time out at University Field in the No. 16 Tigers' 7-2 win over No. 9 Kentucky.
With the loss, the Tigers fell to 5-11 and 0-5 in conference, one game further from the .500 record required for an appearance in the NCAA tournament.
Fans of Missouri men's basketball posted their comments about the 72-49 loss to Florida on Friday afternoon. Some were optimistic when the score was tied at the half, but started to blame coach Frank Haith for Florida's growing lead. Others were excited for the National Invitational Tournament.
The Missouri Tigers are out of the SEC men's basketball tournament after losing to the top-ranked and top-seeded Florida Gators in Atlanta. The final score was 72-49.
Named after the iconic baseball player and manager Casey Stengel, the Missouri freshman has been proving her parents right through her accomplishments and attitude.
Keaton Steele and Austin Tribby make up the most dominant bullpen duo this early in the season in Missouri baseball history, as far back as Jamieson can remember anyway.
The Missouri gymnastics team will compete at Hearnes Center for the final time this season Friday night, facing competition from the No. 3 Florida Gators and teams around the country, as well.
Missouri football began spring practice Tuesday, and the program is still riding the momentum from the 12-win 2013 season.
The Missouri baseball team swept its doubleheader against Alcorn State Tuesday in Columbia.
Missouri baseball won the opening game of a doubleheader 11-5 against Alcorn State. Missouri took the second game 5-0 after a one hour, 47-minute rain delay in the fourth inning.
Clark Thomas earned his second career NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championship berth. The championships take place in Austin, Texas, from March 27 to 29.
In Tuesday's doubleheader against Evansville, Missouri softball won the first game 7-3 and the second 6-2, improving to 15-5 overall.
The Missouri men's golf team captured its third tournament win of the season Tuesday, topping the leaderboard of the Bandon Dunes Championship.
While there are still questions surrounding Missouri football in 2014, the program is in a much different place than it was a year ago.
The games, originally scheduled for Wednesday, will now take place at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Tuesday because of anticipated adverse weather.