Missouri finished with a team score of 309 (+29) Saturday.
Several men's and women's wheelchair basketball teams competed Friday at MU for the 2015 National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament. The tournament has given players a chance to reconnect with friends that they have met in the tight-knit community fostered by wheelchair basketball.
Alyson Heimsath had a career high score of 9.900, but it wasn't enough to help lift Missouri gymnastics past Alabama.
Three Tigers will compete at the 2015 NCAA indoor championships next weekend in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Sprinter Markesh Woodson and throwers Kearsten Peoples and Jill Rushin are training to represent Missouri with personal bests at nationals.
Reggie McClain (2-1), a two-time Southeastern Conference Pitcher of the Week, had his worst outing of the season against the Panthers, giving up 10 hits and five runs through 5 1/3 innings.
Missouri has a chance to end the season on a positive note and break one more losing streak Saturday against Mississippi State.
The Missouri women's tennis team played Mississippi State University on Friday in its second Southeastern Conference match of the season.
The Missouri women's golf team competed in the first round of the SunTrust Gator Invitational in Gainesville, Florida, on Friday.
The Missouri women's basketball team lost its opening SEC tournament game for the third straight year, falling 75-64 to Georgia.
Missouri (10-1) is off to its best start since 1985. The pitching staff leads the SEC in eight categories, including ERA (1.22), saves (6) and shutouts (3). Brett Peel leads the team in batting average (.308) and is fourth in the conference in stolen bases.
Some Missouri basketball players have shown improvement, but the record doesn't show it.
The Tigers pulled off a narrow win over Alabama in the first round of the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament. Missouri will advance to the semifinals Friday to face reigning champion University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
+After a rigorous non-conference schedule to open the season, Missouri will travel to South Carolina this weekend for its first conference series of 2015.
The Missouri wheelchair basketball team will begin first-round play in the National Intercollegiate Wheelchair Basketball Tournament on Thursday. James Bohnett, a sophomore with almost 15 years of experience, will likely play an integral role if Missouri is to succeed.
Just shy of the program's record of six qualifiers in 2009, the Tigers will send senior Danielle Barbiea, junior Abby Duncan, sophomore Katharine Ross and freshmen Sharli Brady and Hannah Stevens to compete in Greensboro, North Carolina, on March 19-21.
He just hit the big shot in Missouri's final home game, but that isn't what the Tigers will miss most when Keith Shamburger graduates.
The tournament began Wednesday night with Auburn's 71-49 win against Florida and an Alabama-Vanderbilt matchup. The field and it features five ranked teams and the usual host of other NCAA Tournament hopefuls from one of the nation's deepest leagues. Missouri will play Georgia at 6 p.m. on Thursday for a shot to face one of those top-tier programs.
The victory, which gave Missouri back-to-back home wins for the first time since early January, wouldn't have happened without a huge game from Shamburger.
Despite its national title expectations, Missouri wrestling will still toss around footballs before practice and try to keep cool ahead of the MAC Tournament this weekend.
Although Georgia beat the Missouri women's basketball team in decisive fashion earlier this season, the teams are now in different shape than they were when they played Jan. 8.