Tre Williams, a Missouri defensive end, pleaded guilty to a reduced misdemeanor charge, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Williams was initially charged with felony charge of domestic assault. Now, it’s been reduced to a first-offense peace disturbance, and was sentenced to two years of unsupervised probation.

Williams was indefinitely suspended from the football team in December. He was a starter for the first six games last year.

Dajuan Harris commits to Kansas

Dajuan Harris, a three-star point guard who went to Rock Bridge, announced that he committed to Kansas on Tuesday via his Twitter.

He was previously committed to Missouri State.

Missouri Women’s Amateur Championship continues

Six players in round 2 of the Missouri Women’s Amateur Championship on Tuesday.

Michelle Butler shot a 73 with +4 to par in the amateur division. Butler also scored 73 with +4 to par in the mid-amatuer division. Julia Bower shot a 73 with +15 to par. Cherise Otter shot a 78 with +17 to par. Olivia Sowers shot a 76 with +18 to par.

Heiddi Davis competed in the mid-amateur division, and shot a 88 with +47 to par.

— Missourian staff

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