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The group starts its runs at 5:30 a.m. on Saturdays when the sky is still dark and most people are asleep. Brett Barton, creator of the group, said the early start time prevents interruptions in members’ daily lives.
Flowers, like WIN, has a goal of promoting recognition and equality in women’s athletics. Flowers stressed to her audience to never give up on their dreams. “At times when you feel like you want to give up, you should always surround yourself with positive people who won’ let you,” Flowers said.
The Columbia College women’s basketball team will look to take sole possession of second place in the American Midwest Conference when they travel to Lebanon, Ill. to take on McKendree.
Several venues are hosting watch parties for Tuesday’s Cotton Bowl between the MU Tigers and the Arkansas Razorbacks.
While fans may say a playoff system would be fair, which teams would get into the playoffs and which ones wouldn’t?
The Hickman and Rock Bridge girls swimmers competed against five schools from around Missouri at Saturday's meet.
Missouri's Ben Askren is adapting his style, in hopes of competing in the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing.
All the excitement of Little League World Series regional action will be coming to Columbia beginning next year.
An MU student won thousands of dollars in online poker tournaments.
Stephens senior Julia Hanson plays two sports and participates in everything under the sun: writing lab, volunteer work and she’s taking 21 credit hours this semester.
Weightlifter Eli Burks has been to a lot of weightlifting events and even won a world championship, but couldn’t pull it off on Monday at the Student Rec Center against a rookie weightlifter.
Columbia Women’s Lacrosse held an informational meeting Monday night to promote its upcoming season.
Max Zofness passes the lacrosse ball Monday to his roommate Blaine Skrainka while playing on the front lawn of their house on University Avenue.
Forget the officially licensed apparel — for this year’s Border Showdown, T-shirt makers supporting both schools are pulling out all the rhetorical ammo they can
Stars lose to York (Neb.) College 60-41 in Days Inn Tournament.
The Cougars will host NAIA defending champs Monday.
The Cougars win for the second-straight game and are now 4-1 on the season.