Mizzou Sports

Missouri freshman pitcher earns Big 12 honors

John Miles, a freshman right-handed pitcher on the Missouri baseball team, has been named Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Week.

Freshman's sacrifice fly pushes Missouri baseball team past Texas in 11 innings

In his 17th at-bat of the season, freshman Case Munson hit a sacrifice fly that sealed a 7-6 victory for Missouri in the 11th inning. With the win, Missouri won its last series against Texas as a conference opponent. 

Missouri men's golfers on bubble for postseason play

The top 70 teams in the Golfstat NCAA men's Division I rankings will receive at-large bids to an NCAA regional tournament. The Tigers are at No. 73 in Golfstat's most recent rankings.

Missouri baseball evens series against Texas with late-inning victory

The Missouri baseball team snapped a five-game losing streak Saturday when shortstop Eric Garcia's double in the eighth inning drove in the winning run in a 5-4 victory over Texas. 

Missouri softball splits doubleheader with Oregon

Missouri lost the first game of its doubleheader 8-3 Saturday but won the second 7-3.


Missouri baseball loses to Texas after rally falls short

Three Texas errors helped Missouri erase a five-run deficit, but the rally fell short and the Tigers lost their fifth straight game, 6-4. 

Three Missouri softball players named to academic all-district team

Outfielder Ashley Fleming, catcher Jenna Marston and pitcher Chelsea were named to the Capital One Academic All-District 6 Team on Friday.

Missouri's Jace Long named to All-Big 12 men's golf team

Missouri men's golfer Jace Long was named to the 2012 All-Big 12 men's golf team. Long, from Dixon, is one of 10 golfers recognized this year, and he is the third Tiger to receive this honor in Missouri history.

Missouri baseball looks to snap losing skid against Texas

After managing 16 total hits over its past four games, the Missouri baseball team will return home to try to turn things around this weekend against Texas.

Big 12 hires Stanford athletics director as commissioner

Bob Bowlsby will take over for interim Commissioner Chuck Neinas — who replaced the ousted Dan Beebe in September — on June 15 after six years as Stanford's athletics director.

Experimenting cost Missouri softball team one game during doubleheader

Tigers coach Ehren Earleywine said he has been experimenting with his lineup because he can't find consistency from his players.

Arkansas hands Missouri baseball team fourth straight loss

Rock Bridge graduate John Miles, a right-handed freshman, made his first start for the Tigers and threw four scoreless innings, but he had little support from the struggling Missouri batters in a 2-0 loss Wednesday at Arkansas.


Missouri names new deputy athletics director

Doug Gillin, who worked for the MU Athletics Department from 1995 to 1999, has been named deputy athletics director, MU Director of Athletics Mike Alden announced Tuesday.

Missouri baseball team loses at Arkansas

Missouri's bats stayed quiet again in a 6-3 loss Tuesday night at Arkansas, the Tigers' third straight defeat.

Missouri's Rob Zastryzny named Big 12 Pitcher of the Week

Missouri's top starting pitcher, Rob Zastryzny, was named Big 12 Pitcher of the Week after throwing the Tigers' first complete-game shutout in conference play since 2009. 

THE WEEK IN MISSOURI SPORTS: Egnew picked in NFL Draft; softball team sweeps

Missouri tight end Michael Egnew was selected in the third round of the NFL Draft, and the softball team swept Iowa State.


Missouri softball team completes sweep of Iowa State

Missouri held off host Iowa State 6-5 on Sunday to give Tigers freshman pitcher Bailey Erwin a victory in her first Big 12 Conference start.

Wilson leads Missouri men's golfers at Big 12 tournament

Hickman graduate Nick Wilson finished 11th for the Tigers in the individual standings this weekend at the Big 12 tournament in Trinity, Texas.

Missouri baseball team shut out at Texas Tech

For the second straight game, the Tigers had just four hits, falling 7-0 on Sunday at Texas Tech.

Missouri football gives international students a glimpse of American athletics

Members of the Missouri football program hosted 150 students at Saturday's International Day event, which gave MU students from other countries a chance to learn about the rules of football and practice their skills on Faurot Field.