Missouri forward Jessica Herrman has returned strong after missing what would have been her first two collegiate seasons.
A look at things to watch in the Southeastern Conference during Week 3 of the season.
Missouri football players have to put up with parking tickets like the rest of us. Some tweeted their displeasure about receiving parking tickets outside their training complex this week.
“To me, Sean is really not a tight end,” receiver Darius White said. “He’s another wide receiver out there. He’s got hands like a wide receiver.”
The defending Southeastern Conference champions are 4-4 after falling to Saint Louis University on Tuesday. At this point last year, the Tigers had a nation-best 8-0 record and remained undefeated throughout the regular season.
After getting off to a shaky 2014 season, Missouri volleyball coach Wayne Kreklow lamented his team's lack of energy in a five-set loss to Saint Louis on Tuesday at Hearnes Center.
Jimmie Hunt, Bud Sasser and Darius White are, on the whole, some of the most humble personalities on the team. But they don't lack confidence; they just prefer to make their statements on the field.
Redshirt freshman receiver J'Mon Moore hasn't registered a catch yet this season. But his quarterback and coach expect big things from him down the road.
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.
Despite having to wait out a 90-minute weather delay in third round, the Tigers shot 27-over par to finish second.
The new Tigers coach said he aims to recruit players from Missouri and that he wants them to succeed in the classroom and stay out of trouble.
Coach Gary Pinkel and the Tigers ignore the SEC Network frenzy and remain focused on keeping their undefeated record intact as they prepare for Saturday's game against Central Florida.
The Tigers moved up four spots in the Associated Press Top 25 poll.
The Missouri women's golf team sits third overall after two rounds at the Chip-N Club Invitational in Lincoln, Neb.
As the Tigers look ahead to their next contest — Central Florida on Saturday in Columbia — here are five things we learned from the Toledo game.
A golden opportunity off a corner kick from senior Kaysie Clark led to a Missouri goal 55 minutes into Sunday's 1-0 victory against the UT Martin Skyhawks.
THE WEEK'S MOST-READ STORIES: Longtime friend motivates Maty Mauk, Gary Pinkel proposes, MU Twitter channels inner Beyoncé
This week's most-read stories include Maty Mauk's childhood friend, Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin's first MU football game and MU's playful use of Twitter.
Before hometown friends and family, Tigers quarterback Maty Mauk has career day.
The Tigers' senior wide receiver had a career day in their win over the Toledo Rockets. But he may have picked up a new nickname — one he's not partial to.
An estimated 1,500 people made the trip from Kenton, Ohio, to watch Mauk play.