Former Missouri tight end Michael Egnew was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday night. Egnew is the first Missouri player to be taken in this year's draft.
The Tigers are now 35-10 overall and 12-7 in Big 12 play. They will continue their series against Iowa State at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Sophomore Rob Zastryzny pitched a complete game shut-out, the first of his career.
Freshman Ashtin Stephens and sophomore Mackenzie Sykes, two of the Tigers' best offensive players this season, attended Blue Springs High School, where they led the Wildcats to an undefeated state championship season in 2009.
MU student Phil Joens collects an average of seven or eight balls a game at Taylor Stadium despite team assistants' efforts to get to them first.
Missouri women's golf recruit Katherine Hepler has an impressive game, but that's not all. She has a 4.0 GPA, a 35 ACT score, plays several musical instruments and tutors chemistry and algebra, "just for fun."
The Missouri football team will host 150 international students Saturday at a clinic to help them understand the traditions and workings of the game.
The Tigers' Michael Egnew, Dominique Hamilton, Jerrell Jackson and Jacquies Smith say they are trying not to get too nervous about their chances in the 2012 NFL Draft, which begins Thursday.
Missouri beat Missouri State 4-3 in 11 innings Wednesday in Springfield, extending the Tigers' winning streak to four games.
The Tigers have won their past two tournaments and hope to continue their success in this weekend's Big 12 Conference championship in Trinity, Texas.
Athletes from across Missouri will help build homes alongside volunteers as part of the Governor's Joplin Habitat Challenge.
The guys in charge met Wednesday for about eight hours to discuss overhauling how a champion is determined in Division I college football and possibly implementing a four-team playoff.
Missouri sophomore wrestler Kyle Bradley was honored by the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics.
Freshman pitcher Brett Graves held the Wildcats scoreless over more than six innings, and Missouri won its third straight game, 7-0.
Missouri pitcher Chelsea Thomas fell to 18-7 and the Tigers slipped to 11-7 in Big 12 Conference play with a 2-1 loss to the Sooners on Sunday in Norman, Okla.
Missouri freshman Rachel Updike tallied a combined score of 8.4375 on her floor routine after working through a few uncharacteristic falls.
Missouri scored two in the ninth inning and Brannon Champagne drew a bases-loaded walk to give the Tigers their second straight win over Kansas State.
Missouri put runners on base in the first five innings but couldn’t score any runs until Ashley Fleming hit a two-run home run in the sixth to tie the game. The Tigers beat the Sooners 4-2 with a pair of runs in the eighth.
Gary and Vicki Pinkel separated at the beginning of the year after 39 years of marriage.
Missouri scored four runs with two outs in the first inning and went on to defeat Kansas State by a score of 13-4.