Missouri's men's swim and dive team placed 11th at the NCAA National Championships on Saturday, a new all-time program best.
Missouri lost its 8th straight match Friday against Tennesse. The Tigers are yet to win a conference game, but freshman Brittany Lashway says the team is focusing on staying positive.
The teams will play again Saturday at 7 p.m. It will be televised on SEC Network.
Senior Sam Tierney notched a top-seven finish in the 100-meter breast stroke for the third consecutive year.
The Aggies got to Missouri pitcher Reggie McClain in the middle of the game and then added insurance runs late.
Missouri women's basketball saw its season end at the hands of the University of Michigan on Thursday. The loss came in the third round of the WNIT, the furthest the Tigers have made it in the postseason in more than a decade.
The Missouri men's swimming and diving team finished in 12th place at day one of the preliminaries for the 2015 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Katelyn Trevino competed in all 12 meets this season and scored a career high 9.900 on vault vs. Lindenwood University on Feb. 8.
The Tigers scored five first-inning runs on its way to a 9-3 victory.
Missouri jumped out to a 12-0 lead in the top of the third inning thanks to a two-run home run from sophomore Kirsten Mack. Mack now leads the team with eight home runs this season.
Scherzer will be Washington's starting pitcher when it opens the season on April 6 against the New York Mets.
After a series victory against South Carolina, Missouri baseball found itself on the losing end of a midweek matchup against Arkansas-Pine Bluff. The Tigers lost to the Golden Lions 8-3 on Tuesday at Taylor Stadium.
Known for his ability to recruit, Fuller was the only coach remaining from Frank Haith's tenure.
The Tigers have five top-three finishes this season.
The Tigers will head to Norman, Oklahoma, where they'll be the fifth seed out of six teams.
Missouri and Radford both have scores of 17-over-par 577 with one round left to play.
After taking an early 3-0 lead, Missouri was shut out for four straight innings and couldn't manage to sweep the Gamecocks.
Readers eagerly followed Missouri's wrestlers on their journey through the NCAA championships as well as issues including roll carts and race.
The Tigers have a team score of 6-over-par 286 in the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate.
Other photos include vegetarian faux chicken and the crowd at the 2015 NCAA Wrestling Championship.