Mizzou Sports

J'Den Cox to compete in 2014 World Team Trials

Missouri wrestler J'den Cox will head to Madison, Wis., this weekend to compete for the 2014 World Team Trials, where he'll face some of the best competition in the world.

Missouri football opener scheduled for ESPNU

The Missouri Tigers will kick off the 2014 season with a nationally televised game Aug. 30.

​Carolina Panthers sign former Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy

The Carolina Panthers signed second-round draft pick Kony Ealy, a defensive end from Missouri. Terms of the deal were not released Thursday.

Stangel, three others leaving Missouri softball team

Missouri softball coach Ehren Earleywine confirmed Wednesday that four Missouri softball players, including freshman pitcher Casey Stangel, are leaving the team.


Arkansas-Missouri football moved to day after Thanksgiving

The two Southeastern Conference schools, playing for the first time as conference foes, will play in Columbia at 1:30 p.m. Nov. 28. The game will be broadcast on CBS.

MU midfielder Kaysie Clark to train with U.S. soccer team

Clark has experience with the national team as a past member of the U-15, U-17, U-18 and U-20 women's teams.

St. Louis to host 2018 SEC men's basketball tournament

Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive announced that the league’s directors of athletics have unanimously approved the city of St. Louis and the Scottrade Center as the host site of the 2018 SEC men's basketball tournament.

Missouri golf misses cut at national championship

The Missouri men's golf team placed 20th out of 30 teams after three rounds at the NCAA National Championship.

Cuartero leads Missouri at NCAA golf championships

The first round was completed Saturday because inclement weather at Wichita State, which is hosting the tournament.


Missouri golfer Cuartero named to All-Central team

Cuartero, a Missouri golf senior, has been under par in 24 of 33 rounds this year.


Jamieson works to reconcile family responsibilities with coaching lifestyle

The 20-year Missouri baseball head coach finds new ways to relieve the stress that comes along with coaching and raising a family.

Missouri's SEC football pairings announced

The Southeastern Conference announced its football pairings through the 2025 season Monday, including a 12-year rotation of non-divisional opponents.

Missouri softball loses twice to Nebraska, ends regional championship streak

Nebraska (44-16) became just the seventh team in 10 years to win a regional championship after losing its first game.

Nebraska beats Missouri, forces deciding final game in softball regional

The Cornhuskers forced the Tigers to a final and deciding game in the NCAA softball regionals Sunday. Nebraska became just the ninth team in the past 10 years to force an "if-necessary" game after losing the first game in regional play.

Missouri softball beats Kansas in renewed rivalry

The Tigers will play Sunday for the regional title after defeating the Jayhawks 6-3.

Oprah's network postpones Sam documentary

The planned documentary by the Oprah Winfrey Network on Michael Sam, the NFL's first openly gay player, has been postponed.

Missouri baseball ends season with extra-innings heartbreaker

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 golf qualifies for national finals; captains finish 1, 2

Missouri's golf team entered the NCAA Columbia Regional as the eighth seed but finished third, earning its first national bid since 2005.

Two-out rally proves pivotal in Missouri baseball's loss to Arkansas

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.

Family tree: Alex Clark finishes strong after loss of her mother

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.