Other local sports
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
Nine gymnasts were named to conference's all-academic team, and coach Rob Drass says it shows his program is about more than sports.
When MU senior Mike Neustedter learned a sport he once saw as a distraction could have a positive influence, he decided to start a ski club at MU. Mizzou Freeride was given approval in November.
Mid-Missouri families say the March Madness Mixed Open is good for all ages and skills.
The Capital City Horseshoe Club is holding second annual March Madness Mixed Open at 1 p.m. Saturday in Washington Park in Jefferson City.
Many of the girls on the Columbia Women's Lacrosse Team began playing to continue a family tradition. But the girls may soon have an opportunity their siblings did not — the chance to play MSHSAA-sanctioned lacrosse for their high schools.
Students take their plastic baseball seriously.
The Bears were outscored 22-2 as Tigers pitchers did not yield an earned run during the series.
On Monday the Kewpie baseball team plays its first of four games in Orlando. The trip gives to the players time to relax and come together as a team.
At the event, recruits learned that playing football in college is about getting a free education and to treat the recruting process like they were applying for a job.
A quick exit from the NCAA championships has the MU wrestlers more focused this year.
The seventh all-girls arm-wrestling tournament in the past three years took place Saturday night at Café Berlin as a benefit to offset the costs incurred by a mid-January robbery at the restaurant. For the raucous crowd chanting, "Rip her head off!" the eight arm wrestlers were a big draw.
Contrary to popular belief, the Tigers are looking for their pitchers to cut down their strikeouts and put the ball in play early in the count.