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It’s impossible not to notice Aaron Skinner at Rock Bridge tennis matches. Skinner is the shortest player on the team, one of the most talkative Bruins off the court, and is talented. All this, and he’s only a freshman.
Hickman senior also goes stands at out at the plate against No. 2 team in the state.
After two years of preparation Brett Barton is set to run in his first Boston Marathon on Monday. Seventeen other runners from Columbia wiil join him in this year's race.
The Bruins swept the dual match and Aron Franck showed off a daunting forehand.
Since its debut February, the Speedo LZR has helped set 35 world records and raised the eyebrows of some MU swimmers from their countries’ Olympic trials.
A senior at Mizzou has been bowhunting a majority of his life and turkey hunting season begins again on Monday.
Throughout most of baseball history, effectiveness has been the sole factor in determining when a pitcher exits a game. Over the past decade, other factors have begun to influence the decision-making process.
“I don’t remember even having discussions about pitch counts when I was a player,” Jamieson said of his playing days in the late ’70s and early ’80s at the University of New Orleans. “We didn’t talk about it or worry about it.”
Today, he worries about it. He does not obsess, and it isn’t his chief concern, but he is aware.
The series victory pushes the Tigers' record to .500 in conference play as it prepares to host Kansas this week.
Swollen creeks present a challenge that only the most experienced paddlers should try.
Columbia native Carl Edwards raced to his series-best third win of the season Sunday, holding off Jimmie Johnson on a two-lap overtime sprint to the finish at Texas Motor Speedway.
In the face of success and struggle, the freshmen doesn't let his emotions belie his play.
A wide variety of Columbia residents turned up at Douglass Park Saturday for the Parks & Recreation Department’s kite flying day.
While the Tigers have struggled this season, Jessica Giuggioli and Kaitlyn Ritchie have been a bright spot as doubles partners.
Columbia Parks & Recreation hopes that kites will fill the sky at its kite flying day Saturday at Douglass Park.
After getting swept over the Weekend, the Tigers responded with 16-0 and 5-0 wins over the Bulldogs