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Six different Cougars scored at least seven points. Forward John Meyer poured in 11 points on 4-for-7 shooting. Nic Reynolds contributed 10.
The Stars fell to 3-26 overall and 3-21 in the American Midwest Conference.
Kelley Tackett leads a deep bunch to victory in the championship event in St. Peters, Missouri.
The Columbia College women's basketball team played strong offense and defense against Missouri Baptist University. The Cougars won 56-45.
After a tough loss Tuesday at Park University, the Columbia College women’s basketball team got back in the win column Thursday. The Cougars never trailed en route to a 94-42 victory.
The Columbia College women's basketball team lost 84-75 at Park University. The loss dropped the Cougars into sole possession of fourth place in the American Midwest Conference.
Lindsey Martin and Michael McCulloch post strong finishes in the 5k.
Following a three-game losing streak, the Columbia College women's basketball team got back in the win column Thursday with a win at Harris-Stowe State University.
Columbia is 20-4 and leads the nation in two statistical categories.
The Columbia College women's basketball team lost its third straight home game. The offense looked flustered in a 75-59 loss to Lindenwood University-Belleville.
The Stars women's basketball team dropped to 3-19 with its 63-39 loss to Hannibal-LaGrange.
Columbia College's track teams competed at the University of Kansas Jayhawk Classic on Monday. Tommy Skosky took first place in the 1,000 meter race with a time of 2:33.64. Out of the nine runners who represented the Cougars, six set personal records.
Tanner Sutton led the Cougars in scoring.
After a tough loss Thursday to No. 20 Lyon College, the Columbia College women's basketball struggled again Saturday afternoon against the top-ranked Lions of Freed-Hardeman University.
Dana Heggemann led the Stars with 16 points and nine rebounds.
The loss against Lyon College marked the first time the Columbia College women's basketball team had lost when leading at halftime.
The Kewpies improved to 11-2 this season.
After a slow start, Jimmy Whitt removed his undershirt and freed himself for another monster game: 31 points, 13 rebounds, six assists and seven steals.
Tolton basketball games have plenty of excitement when the 6-foot-9 sophomore is on the floor.