Missouri baseball has four freshman pitchers all 6-foot-5 or taller.
Other photos from this week include a lecture from civil rights activist Myrlie Evers-Williams, Missouri wrestling and a robotics competition for adolescent programmers.
Coach Kim Anderson withheld Tramaine Isabell from action because of his behavior toward coaches and teammates.
Missouri came out strong to extend its dual meet win streak to 22 matches dating back to last season. The Tigers picked up six major-decision wins on the night.
Missouri athletics director Mike Alden became a divisive character because of his myriad successes and failings.
Alvin Marquart, better known as "Squeaky," has been to every Missouri basketball game since 1986. In all those years, he can't remember a losing streak quite like Missouri's current one.
Missouri's 67-47 defeat extends the Tigers' longest losing streak since 1992-93.
MU Director of Athletics Mike Alden said he'd considered resigning from his position for several years, but "zeroed in on it" this September.
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Mike Alden announced Friday he'd resign as athletics director in August, the job he called a dream job and held for 17 years.
The Tigers start their season with two road trips against four unranked teams.
Last year's wrestling match-up pitted two teams ranked seventh against each other. Northern Iowa won that dual meet 24-10 over Missouri. This year the Tigers are looking to revenge.
Mississippi looks like a bad match-up for Missouri, which is just what the Tigers don't need in the midst of a six-game losing streak.
Missouri won the State of Missouri Meet on Friday, competing against Southeast Missouri State and Lindenwood University. The Tigers finished with a score of 195.850.
The Missouri soccer team signed All-American keeper Kelsey Dossey. Dossey will participate in the team's spring season.
MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin said the search for a new athletics director will not be "lengthy."
Alden, who was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame in a ceremony Sunday, will remain at Missouri, working in the College of Education as part of the Positive Coaching Program.
The Missouri athletics director, who announced Thursday that he would step down from that post in August, didn't want to cause a distraction at Mizzou Arena.
Kentucky's fan base has become known for how well it travels. For many of the fans, the best way to see their favorite team play is on the road.
Upon hearing the news that Missouri Director of Athletics Mike Alden will resign as of Aug. 31, some Twitter users were quick to jump in with praise for the job Alden has done. Others seem eager for a fresh start.