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Other stories include coyote sightings near Columbia and confusion over the two Kim Andersons that work at MU.
The Tigers secured an undefeated regular season with the victory, defeating No. 1 Iowa at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City to win the National Duals Finals championship.
Photos also include chickens at the Dimov family household, the MSHSAA Wrestling Championships at Mizzou Arena and the closing of SoCo Club.
The Tigers offense managed to produce eight hits against the Boilermakers but were only able to score in the third inning, when sophomore shortstop Ryan Howard drove in sophomore left fielder Jake Ring for an RBI.
The Missouri women's basketball team won its second consecutive game on Sunday, defeating Vanderbilt 54-51.
Missouri men's golf was in second place in its spring opener after the first day of competition. Freshman Luigi Botta was tied for first overall after going 5-under on Sunday.
When freshman Shauna Miller hit a perfect landing Friday night, the small crowd at Hearnes Center erupted in applause. Miller had tied the Missouri individual vault record with a score of 9.975.
In the first match of national duals, the second-ranked Missouri wrestling team closed strong to secure a win over No. 12 Illinois.
Helping the Tigers improve to 6-1, freshman Tanner Houck allowed just one run.
After Missouri’s first tournament of the season, the Tigers held a 4-1 record, and their one loss came in a 1-0 pitching duel against University of Central Florida.
The second-ranked Missouri wrestling team kept its perfect season alive in its second match of the day at national duals in Iowa City, Iowa.
Coach Kim Anderson "disappointed" as usual after another loss.
Only a few fans gathered in Columbia bars to watch the Missouri men's basketball team lose its 13th straight game.
The Tigers fell 76-53 to Vanderbilt on Saturday afternoon.
Georgia won its sixth straight SEC women's title Saturday.
Watching prospects lift weights and run drills is captivating television for some.
The Tigers were led by senior Sam Tierney, who placed second in the 100-meter breast.
Missouri's Kearsten Peoples topped the NCAA in the weight throw at the Missouri Collegiate Challenge on Friday. Peoples and her teammates will compete in the SEC indoor championships next weekend with hopes of qualifying for nationals.
Missouri is one game from history, but not in a good way. The Tigers next chance to move past moral victories to an actual win is Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
The Tigers improved to 5-1 after beating Sam Houston State on Friday.