Mizzou Sports

Mizzou baseball's Bond gets league award after recovery

Missouri catcher Brett Bond, center, attempts to escape a squeeze play between Ole Miss pitcher Christian Trent, left, and infielder Errol Robinson, right, on Friday at Taylor Stadium. The Tigers won 4-2.

After being benched with an injury, freshman catcher Brett Bond earns the SEC Freshman Player of the Week award.

Three players transfer from Missouri football

Evan Winston, Jordan Williams and Shaun Rupert are all leaving the program. Where they'll play next is unknown.

Missouri's win over No. 1 Florida might give it a boost heading into SEC Tournament

The Tigers will play Mississippi State in the opening round Wednesday.

Ole Miss wins final game in series against Missouri baseball 4-3

Missouri failed to repeat its offensive production from Saturday's 18-1 victory over Ole Miss, and the Tigers lost 4-3 to the Rebels on Sunday in Columbia.

Lowary pitches Missouri softball past No. 1 Florida

Lowary pitched eight full innings — Missouri needed an extra inning to complete the win — and she gave up two runs on three hits and struck out seven batters.

Five Tigers selected in successful NFL draft for Missouri

NFL teams selected five Tigers: Shane Ray, Markus Golden, Mitch Morse, Bud Sasser and Marcus Murphy. That number becomes six if former Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who went in the second round to the Tennessee Titans, is included.

Missouri baseball demolishes Ole Miss, 18-1

The Tigers combined to hit five home runs in a single game for the first time since 2010.


No. 13 Missouri softball loses 9-6 to No. 1 Florida

Senior Day turns sour for the Tigers with a 9-6 loss. Missouri softball finishes its regular season at noon Sunday against Florida.

Missouri track and field sets 31 personal bests in Tom Botts Invitational

The Missouri track and field team recorded 31 personal bests, 25 event wins and two program records in the competition.

No. 13 Missouri softball falls 7-6 to No. 1 Florida

Missouri lost a close game to the top-ranked team in the country without Tigers head coach Ehren Earleywine, who was serving a suspension for arguing with an official earlier in the week.

Missouri baseball snaps five-game losing streak with win over Ole Miss

Junior pitcher Reggie McClain gave up two runs in seven innings of work.

Morse, Golden selected in 2nd round of NFL draft

Former Missouri Tigers Mitch Morse and Markus Golden were selected in the second round of the 2015 NFL draft Friday. Former receiver Dorial Green-Beckham had also been selected Friday.

Missouri to offer sale on Memorial Stadium hill seating

The Missouri ticket office will hold a 15-hour sale for season tickets on the Memorial Stadium hill, beginning at 9 a.m. Tuesday. General admission seats on the grass for the Tigers' six home games will be available for $99 during the sale.

UPDATE: Denver Broncos make former Missouri star Shane Ray first round pick

Concerns about a foot injury and a recent citation for possession of marijuana might've caused Ray to slip, but he remained a first-round pick.

Mack Rhoades is ready to go as Missouri athletics director

He's been athletics director at Missouri for less than a week, but Mack Rhoades is wasting no time and is picking up where Mike Alden left off.


Test your Missouri football and NFL Draft knowledge

Take a 10-question quiz to see how much you know about the Tigers' draft history.

No. 13 Missouri softball takes both games in a double-header against Northern Iowa

The effort by the Missouri Tigers softball team in their doubleheader sweep did not satisfy coach Ehren Earleywine. While the Tigers were expected to have beaten a team like Northern Iowa handily, they instead struggled with their mid-week non-conference opponents.

A Missouri-centric guide to the NFL draft

Off-field incidents and combine performances have sent Missouri players up and down the draft boards, but at least four former Tigers can expect to hear their names called by Saturday.

Shane Ray's NFL draft stock tumbling after marijuana arrest

Former Missouri defensive end Shane Ray was pulled over early Monday for a traffic violation and a Highway Patrol trooper found a "personal amount" of pot in a compartment in his car. That sent the NFL draft universe into a tizzy.

Missouri baseball drops fifth straight, loses to No. 20 Missouri State

The Bears unleashed 13 runs on 16 hits against six Missouri pitchers.