UM System President Gary Forsee and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon picked teams Tuesday for Friday's Black & Gold men's basketball scrimmage.
With a roster that includes four starters and four seniors, this year's Missouri women's basketball team thinks it has a great chance to prove naysayers wrong.
With the loss of seniors DeMarre Carroll, Leo Lyons and Matt Lawrence, the basketball team not only lost nearly half of its 81 points a game, but who it was.
New players may need time to get used to Missouri basketball coach Mike Anderson's high-intensity practices.
J.T. Tiller, preseason candidate for the John R. Wooden Player of the Year award, leads the Tigers in their follow-up after a school-record 31 wins last year.
After a season that ended with an appearance in the Elite Eight, the Tigers will begin practice Friday picked to finish seventh in the Big 12 Conference.
J. T. Tiller has missed just two of the Missouri women’s volleyball team’s nine home games so far this season, becoming one of the Tigers' most loyal fans.
The Black and Gold Game will be held on 8 p.m. Oct. 23 at Mizzou Arena. The event will kick off homecoming weekend festivities.
The Tigers' women's basketbal team will play 17 home games at Mizzou Arena, eight against Big 12 Conference opponents.
Keith Dewitt, a 6-foot-10 recruit that has signed with the Tigers men's basketball team, will not enroll at MU after failing to meet eligibility requirements.
The senior guard is one of 50 players to be named.
The Rock Bridge standout will stay in Columbia to play basketball with Missouri.
Unlike other camps in the area, MU basketball camps have seen an increase in the number of participants because of many factors, most notably the success of the team last season.
Former Missouri men's basketball player Leo Lyons, who was not drafted in Thursday night's NBA Draft, has agreed to play for the Indiana Pacers' summer league team.
Former Missouri basketball player Demarre Carroll was selected by the Memphis Grizzlies with the 27th pick of Thursday's NBA Draft. Former Tigers teammate Leo Lyons was not selected.
Before the start of Missouri’s 2008 season, forwards DeMarre Carroll and Leo Lyons weren't often mentioned as draft prospects, but stellar play in their senior seasons and strong performances in tournaments and workouts since the end of the season has changed that.
Previously undisclosed liver disease shouldn't impede NBA career.
The addition of Tyler Stone and Jon Underwood could help the Missouri men's basketbal team fill the void left by the graduation of seniors DeMarre Carroll and Leo Lyons.
Leo Lyons and DeMarre Carroll hope their run to the Elite Eight will help their chances at getting drafted by an NBA team.
In a new contract that was finalized Monday, Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson will receive a guaranteed $1.55 million per year over seven years.