Coach Kim Anderson, trying to help his young players grow, holds out three freshmen against Texas A&M Saturday.
Utility outfielder Kayla Kingsley was injured during an intrasquad scrimmage Saturday.
Texas A&M dominated the Tigers 83-61 on Saturday. The 22-point margin is the worst home loss since 2006, Quin Snyder's final season as head coach.
The Missouri women won all seven points Saturday against Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. The Tigers, who are now 4-1, did not lose a single set.
It came down to 10ths of a point, but Missouri gymnastics lost its meet against Kentucky with a score of 195.825-195.150.
Some of Missouri's top track and field athletes rested at Friday's Tiger Invitational while others experimented in different events. The Tigers took third place on both the men's and the women's side.
A look at the Missouri women's basketball team's lighter schedule and the emergence of new players as the regular season nears an end.
When the Aggies visit Mizzou Arena on Saturday, they will be looking to sweep the season series with the Tigers.
Missouri opted to split its squad up this weekend. Half the team traveled to Buffalo, New York, where they easily defeated Buffalo. The other half traveled to Ypsilanti, Michigan, to face Eastern Michigan.
A handful of assistant coaches at high-profile programs such as Ohio State and Texas changed jobs less than 24 hours after Wednesday's national signing day, leaving behind the players they recruited.
The Missouri women's basketball team struggled with turnovers in a 55-48 loss to Texas A&M on Thursday.
Stadium plans will accommodate a rule change by expanding the outfield and address increased demand with a capacity that is more than triple University Field, Missouri's current home.
It was a chilly, but sunny afternoon Tuesday when the group training for Friday’s Tiger Invitational ran a speed development workout around the track at Audrey J. Walton Stadium.
Beckner Jr. is the highest ESPN-ranked football recruit to sign with Missouri.
With the signing of Terry Beckner Jr., the crown jewel of the Class of 2015 fell into place. By the time National Signing Day ended, Beckner Jr. was one of 23 recruits Missouri had inked. ESPN ranked the group 18th nationally, while Rivals.com placed it 27th.
Scholarships for specialists in the kicking game are on the rise, and Missouri is taking notice. A year after awarding Christian Brinser a scholarship, coach Gary Pinkel on Wednesday signed five-star punter Corey Fatonyout of Nashville.
Franklin Agbasimere had never played a down before he left Lagos, Nigeria, to play football in Montverde, Florida. The outside linebacker is a member of the 2015 Missouri football recruiting class.
Ryan Walters, 29, coached Memphis' cornerbacks last season. He would take over for Alex Grinch, who left Missouri last month to take the defensive coordinator job at Washington State.
The last time Missouri basketball lost eight in a row, coach Kim Anderson was a freshman playing at Missouri.
Since switching conferences, Missouri football has shifted its recruiting focus east, to Georgia and Florida, instead of Texas.