The Missouri baseball team’s frustrating, disappointing season came to a frustrating, disappointing end in its 7-5 loss to No. 24 Arkansas at Taylor Stadium on Saturday.
Missouri's golf team entered the NCAA Columbia Regional as the eighth seed but finished third, earning its first national bid since 2005.
Missouri’s 4-0 loss to No. 24 Arkansas on Friday night hinged on a rally that began with two outs in the fifth and ended with the Razorbacks taking an insurmountable three-run lead.
After her mother's death in December, Missouri tennis player Alex Clark took some time to herself before returning to the courts for a strong finish.
The Tigers battled with Bradley to win 6-5 in the first round of the Columbia Regional on Friday, which means they will face Kansas on Saturday.
Namon Wright, a top-100 recruit, recommitted to Missouri on Friday, while freshman Shane Rector announced his plans to transfer elsewhere.
Through the tournament's first two rounds, Hunter Kraus' 7-under 137 with two sub-70 rounds leads the 14-team field. His strong play has propelled the Tigers to third place despite entering as the No. 8 seed.
The two programs are bound by coaches who used to play at Missouri, current Missouri players who used to play at Rock Bridge and one current Rock Bridge player who is set to suit up for the Tigers.
The junior right-hander took the loss as he gave up nine hits and five runs in eight innings in what could be his final collegiate start.
Missouri, led by senior Hunter Kraus, sits in second place at the NCAA Columbia Regional as one of only three teams to break par.
Sophomore outfielder Emily Crane, freshman pitcher Tori Finucane and sophomore outfielder Taylor Gadbois earned All-Southeast Region Second Team honors, and junior third baseman/catcher Angela Randazzo earned All-Southeast Region Third Team recognition.
Laurence Bowers averaged 12.9 points and 6.2 rebounds in his first professional season with Hapoel Holon.
The Oprah Winfrey Network says it plans to produce a documentary series following the life of Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted by an NFL team.
The Missouri soccer and volleyball teams will be featured a total of 14 times on either the SEC Network or ESPNU in 2014.
No. 15 seed Missouri's games at the Columbia Regional softball tournament will be broadcast on KTGR/1580 AM and streamed online.
Days after becoming the first openly gay player selected in the NFL draft, former Mizzou standout and St. Louis Rams' seventh-round pick Michael Sam was formally introduced during a Rams' press conference.
The Tigers have added two recruits and graduating senior Cierra Gaytan-Leach was voted second-team All-Southeastern Conference.
Missouri gymnast Mackenzie McGill received the 2013-14 Brad Davis SEC Community Service Leader of the Year award.
Loos spent 12 seasons as an assistant to Anderson at Central Missouri. The past five years, his title was associate head coach.
The Tigers will host Bradley, Kansas and Nebraska in their regional games Friday through Sunday at University Field.