Mizzou Sports

Missouri tennis’ Santos shines as team drops fourth-straight conference match

Missouri tennis failed to get its first conference victory Friday night against the University of South Carolina, losing 6-1. Sophomore Bea Machado Santos had the lone win for the Tigers, defeating Brigit Folland 6-0, 6-1.

Seniors' performances push Missouri gymnastics over North Carolina State

Missouri gymnastics beat North Carolina State 196.150-196.000 on the Tigers' senior night Friday.

Missouri wrestling staying cool ahead of national championships

The Missouri wrestling team is heading to St. Louis for the NCAA national championships as the No. 1 team in the country. And it hopes to bring back a national championship.

Missouri's Kearsten Peoples wins championship in weight throw

Kearsten Peoples' throw of 22.71 meters was enough to give her a first-place finish at this weekend's Indoor Track & Field Championships.

Missouri softball wins ninth straight

Missouri softball won both games in a double-header Friday at the N.C. State Hyatt Place Invitational.

Missouri baseball's Tim Jamieson wants conference wins in contract year

Baseball coach Tim Jamieson is No. 2 all-time in wins in school history, but he hasn't had much success in the SEC. In the final year of his contract, he'll be looking to change that.

Craig Kuligowski, Barry Odom reunite on Missouri defense

After working together under former defensive coordinator Dave Steckel, new Missouri defensive coordinator Barry Odom and defensive line coach Craig Kuligowski are colleagues once again.

COMMENTARY: Missouri men's basketball freshmen provide hope moving forward

The Missouri men's basketball season is over. Hopes for a better next season rest on the shoulders of the team's five freshmen.

UPDATE: SEC picks Greg Sankey to replace Mike Slive as commissioner

Greg Sankey is in his 13th year with the SEC and has served as the conference's executive associate commissioner and chief operating officer for the league office since 2012.

Markesh Woodson rockets through Missouri record book to indoor nationals

After setting a school record in the 60-meter dash at the Southeastern Conference Championships, the Missouri junior earned his ticket to the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.

New Missouri athletics director Mack Rhoades an invested, demanding leader

Mack Rhoades was once a shortstop with a shattered dream. But that rough entry into the world of sports management shaped his career.

Missouri basketball's Anderson continues discipline despite last game of the season

Missouri coach Kim Anderson benched senior Keith Shamburger in his last game as a Tiger.

Pitchers struggle in Missouri baseball's win over SIUE

Missouri beat SIUE 9-4 at Taylor Stadium on Wednesday night, but it was a strange night for the Tigers. The pitching staff, which was one of the main reasons Missouri had its best start to a season since 1985, was the team's weak spot.

Missouri softball opens at home, sweeps doubleheader

The No. 19 Tigers opened at home by winning both games in a double-header against Southeast Missouri State, but the wins came in very different ways.

UPDATE: Missouri's miserable season comes to an end with 63-54 loss to South Carolina

Missouri (9-23) finished the season having lost 16 of the Tigers' final 18 games and set a program record for most losses in a season. The 14th-seeded Tigers got within a possession seven times in the second half, the last at 52-50 when Montaque Gill-Caesar, who finished with a team-high 10 points, hit two free throws with 6:42 to go.

Eight Missouri swimmers qualify for NCAA championship

The Missouri men's swim team will send eight swimmers, a team record, to the NCAA Division I championships, the NCAA announced Wednesday.

New athletics director Rhoades says he's found 'the best' program at MU

Rhoades said he can't compare the Missouri job to the previous athletics director positions he held at Houston and Akron.

Missouri basketball freshman Gill-Caesar prefers criticism to compliments

Amid a tough season, freshman guard Montaque Gill-Caesar is trying to translate criticism into growth.

Mack Rhoades introduced as new MU athletics director

Follow live video and a live blog as Mack Rhoades makes a public appearance at the MU Student Center.

Missouri baseball regains confidence with blowout win

After getting swept over the weekend by Milwaukee, the Tigers crushed Truman State on Tuesday night at Taylor Stadium.