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COLUMN: An Olympic city that did it right

In Salt Lake City, the legacy of the 2002 Winter Games carries on vibrantly more than a decade later. It's a lesson all cities bidding for big-time sporting events should heed.

 

U.S. speedskater Bradford overcomes health scare

The normal recovery period for a pulmonary embolism is around two years. Bradford didn't have that long if she wanted to compete at the Sochi Games. She has worked hard to speed up the process and feels she has a legitimate shot to again make the American team.

U.S. teen Shiffrin eyes yet another slalom record

At 18 years, 291 days, Shiffrin can become the youngest female skier to win five World Cup slaloms in one calendar year.

Video shows off White's new halfpipe trick

TOP 10 SPORTS MOMENTS OF 2013: No. 5 Stephens College soccer achieves 5th place

Stephens College soccer recorded its first goal and first win in program history this season. Sophomore goalkeeper Briannica Ponder also recorded 36 saves in a game on Oct. 8, breaking a 22-year-old NAIA saves record.

Tonya Harding, Nancy Kerrigan scandal led to skyrocketing effect on skating

Often considered elitist because of its expense, and only something to watch whenever the Winter Olympics rolled around, skating entered an entirely different realm because of Tonya and Nancy.

TOP 10 SPORTS MOMENTS OF 2013: No. 6 — Columbia College men's basketball's 'amazing ride'

On Jan. 15, the Cougars earned the program's first No. 1 NAIA ranking. The team finished its regular season play Feb. 23, undefeated for the first time in program history.

Columbia College men's basketball loses first game

The No. 1-ranked NAIA Cougars lost to Benedictine College 73-59 Wednesday.

Southeast Missouri hires Matukewicz as football coach

Tom Matukewicz replaces Tony Samuel, who was fired after coaching the Redhawks to a 31-60 record in eight seasons. Matukewicz was defensive coordinator at Toledo, a Mid-American Conference team that went 7-5 in 2013.

 

Garoppolo, West, Daly lead AP FCS All-American team

Jimmy Garoppolo passed for 5,050 yards and 53 touchdowns and won the Payton award as the top player in FCS. Terrance West of Towson has run for 2,295 yards and tied an FCS record with 39 touchdowns

TOP 10 SPORTS MOMENTS OF 2013: No. 10 — Columbia College women's soccer team wins AMC in second season

The Columbia College women's soccer team captured the American Midwest Conference regular season and tournament titles in just the program's second year of existence. 

Stephens basketball loses to Central Christian College

Dana Heggemann double-double cannot get Stephens basketball a win against Central Christian College of the Bible.

Columbia College men's basketball ranked No. 1

The first regular season NAIA coaches poll ranked Columbia College men's basketball No. 1. The women's team is ranked No. 21.

Columbia men's basketball dominates nonconference foe

The Columbia College men's basketball team defeated Central Christian College of the Bible on Monday night 106-45.

Columbia College men's basketball remains unbeaten

The Columbia College men's basketball team remained unbeaten with an 83-61 road win at Harris-Stowe State University on Saturday.

Columbia College women's basketball beats Harris Stowe

Columbia College women's basketball beat Harris Stowe State University 93-66 Saturday.

Stephens College basketball falls to Missouri Baptist

The Stephens College basketball team fell to Missouri Baptist 84-52 on Saturday.

Columbia College women's basketball wins first conference game

Columbia College beat William Woods 76-61 to start their conference schedule on a high note.

Columbia volleyball advances out of its pool

Wednesday's win during the NAIA Volleyball National Championships is the 13th consecutive victory for Columbia, which is 30-9 overall this year.

Stephens basketball player receives conference honor

Stephens forward Dana Heggemann earned American Midwest Conference women's basketball Player of the Week honors.

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