Mizzou Sports

Missouri, Oklahoma State basketball to renew rivalry

The former Big 12 rivals will meet on Dec. 30 at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. The teams have met 14 times in Kansas City, with Missouri winning the last meeting there, 88-70, in 2012.

Missouri releases Kim Anderson contract details

Anderson, who took over the Missouri basketball team, will earn a total guarantee of $1.1 million.

Missouri basketball, KC commission to make announcement Monday

The Missouri athletics department and the Kansas City Sports Commission will be making an announcement regarding Tiger basketball Monday morning in Kansas City.


Former Missouri football players Sam, Gaines among 11 signing Rams rookies

Gaines, a cornerback, was a sixth-round selection and the 188th overall pick in this year's draft. Sam, a defensive lineman, was one of the team's two seventh-round selections and the 249th overall.

Missouri softball looks to replace transfers, assistants for next season

Missouri softball coach Ehren Earleywine spoke with reporters Tuesday afternoon about the impact of four recent transfers from his program and his plans for the team going forward.

Anderson, Slive make stop in St. Louis for SEC Picnic

New Missouri basketball coach Kim Anderson would like to start winning big recruiting battles in St. Louis.

Jazz announce Quin Snyder as head coach

Quin Snyder knows he has his work cut out for him with the Utah Jazz, but also feels he has the support of ownership to build the team back to a perennial playoff contender.

Michael Sam a regular rookie for the Rams

Former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam says his new Rams teammates "respect me as a human being and as a football player."

Missouri pitcher Brett Graves selected in MLB draft

The Oakland Athletics selected Missouri pitcher Brett Graves in the third round of the MLB draft Thursday.

Missouri pitcher Keaton Steele is second Tiger chosen in MLB draft

The Minnesota Twins selected Missouri pitcher Keaton Steele in the ninth round of the 2014 MLB draft.


Former Missouri coach Quin Snyder to lead Jazz

The Utah Jazz announced Friday that they have hired Atlanta Hawks assistant coach Quin Snyder to replace Tyrone Corbin, who was let go earlier this year after three-plus seasons in Salt Lake City.

Missouri golf coach named to helm Team USA

Mark Leroux was named head coach for Team USA Junior Golf.

Missouri football sets time for road opener

Gary Pinkel will lead Missouri against Toledo, his former team, on Sept. 6. The game will begin at 11 a.m. Central time.

SEC summer picnic heads to St. Louis County

The event will feature SEC Commissioner Mike Slive, MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin and new MU men's basketball coach Kim Anderson, among others.


Former Missouri star E.J. Gaines acclimates to St. Louis Rams teammates

He and the other rookies are doing whatever they can to make the St. Louis Rams' roster, and that requires getting used to the NFL offseason training regimen in a hurry.

Former MU baseball coach recieves Don Faurot award

The 24th Annual Columbia Kiwanis Club's Don Faurot Sportsperson of the Year Award recognized Gene McArtor for a commitment to MU athletics that began in 1961.

Missouri softball recruit named Gatorade Iowa Player of the Year

Lowary pitched a 27-2 record at Dallas Center-Grimes High School this past season and struck out 244 batters through 191 innings pitched. She has also been recognized as the Iowa Girls' Athletic Coaches Association's pitcher of the year three times.

Ryan Zech prepares to take reins for Missouri golf

Next season, Ryan Zech will be the only returning senior and de facto leader for the Missouri men's golf team. It will be Emilio Cuartero's shoes he will have to fill.

Missouri tennis adds transfer from Texas Tech

Beatriz Machado Santos, from Lisbon, Portugal, went 10-6 in doubles and 16-5 in singles competition during her 2013-14 season at Texas Tech.

Missouri basketball adds former Spurs staffer

Coach Kim Anderson announced Monday that Matt Herring will direct the Tigers' Athletic Performance efforts. Herring held a similar job for two years (2011-13) with the San Antonio Spurs.