The Missouri men's golf team captured its third tournament win of the season Tuesday, topping the leaderboard of the Bandon Dunes Championship.
While there are still questions surrounding Missouri football in 2014, the program is in a much different place than it was a year ago.
Realistic hopes of securing an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament disappeared after Saturday's loss to Tennessee. If Missouri is going to defy the odds and win this week’s SEC Tournament in Atlanta, the Tigers’ lead players will have to lead the way.
Senior forward Tony Criswell will not join his Missouri teammates in Atlanta for the SEC Tournament, coach Frank Haith announced at his weekly press conference Monday afternoon.
The games, originally scheduled for Wednesday, will now take place at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. on Tuesday because of anticipated adverse weather.
With the NCAA's controversial "no agent" rule a recent topic of debate, Missouri pitcher Alec Rash, a high draft pick himself, has an inside view of the process and its pitfalls.
Florida coach Billy Donovan renewed his long-standing argument Monday that teams playing in conference title games on "Selection Sunday" should not have to return to the court in the NCAA tournament until Friday.
Missouri fell to 0-4 in Southeastern Conference play on Sunday with a 4-2 loss to Kentucky. Later in the day, the Tigers beat Bradley 7-0 in a non-conference match to move to 5-10 overall.
The Tigers couldn't finish off the series sweep and fell 2-1 to Southern Mississippi on Sunday. Errors and poor hitting hurt the team.
The Tigers fell 4-3 in eight innings in Game 3 of the series, losing their first Southeastern Conference series to the Aggies.
With the NCAA Tournament hopes for both Missouri and Tennessee possibly on the line, the Volunteers out-jumped, -muscled and -dunked the Tigers 72-45 in Knoxville, Tenn.
With their second victory of the weekend, the Tigers clinched their series against Southern Mississippi.
The Tigers lost to the Aggies 11-2 in the run-rule-shortened second game of the series on Saturday in College Station, Texas, tying up the series 1-1.
No. 9 Missouri finished the first day of the Mid-American Conference Championships in second place out of nine teams, trailing only Northern Iowa.
Saturday's matchup in Knoxville pits two bubble teams against each other. The outcome will likely be contingent upon how the Tigers’ post players fare against the Volunteers’ big man duo of 6-foot-8, 260-pound senior Jeronne Maymon and 6-foot-8, 260-pound junior Jarnell Stokes.
Junior righthander Brett Graves threw eight strong innings as the Tigers dispatched the Golden Eagles 4-1.
The Missouri tennis team played its first home outdoor match since 2012 on Friday at a new $2.9 million tennis complex, which opened Wednesday.
The Tigers took the first game of the series 7-0 Friday in College Station, Texas.
A steady performance in all four events from the Missouri gymnastics team wasn't enough at No. 11 Auburn on Friday, but the result may improve Missouri's postseason prospects.
Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel's new contract will boost his guaranteed earnings to $3.1 million a year through 2020. Assistant coaches also received raises.