Archive | February, 2012

Missouri Refuses to Lose on Senior Night

Wednesday, Feb. 29 –

Going into Wednesday night’s home matchup with Iowa State, Missouri had a bad taste in its mouth.

The Tigers had dropped their two previous games, doubling their number of losses from the entire season. After falling … Read the rest

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MUTV to Film True/False Festival Q&A Sessions

Wednesday, Feb. 29 –

MUTV is partnering with the True/False Film Festival to cover one of the most notable film festivals in the United States.

The True/False festival features nonfiction films that bring viewers to the heart of issues across … Read the rest

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Tigers Fall In Seniors’ Last Home Game

Tuesday, Feb. 28 –

The senior leadership was prominent but not enough as the Tigers lost to the Texas Longhorns on Senior Night, 75-62. The seniors were impressive as they scored 32 of the Tigers’ 62 points.

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Tigers Finish Tied for 9th at Sir Pizza Cards Challenge

Tuesday, Feb. 28-

The Missouri Womens’ Golf team headed down to Miami, Fl. on Monday to compete in the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge. The two-day event featured 14 schools, including Big 12 foe Kansas.

The Tigers finished in a tie … Read the rest

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Softball Splits Games in California

Sunday, Feb. 26 –

It seemed like everything was against Mizzou pitcher Kristin Nottelmann as the softball team played against Northwestern in sunny California.

During the first game of the day, Northwestern’s Marisa Bast hit a home run during the … Read the rest

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Dons Complete Sweep over Tiger Baseball

Sunday, Feb. 26 –

The Missouri Tigers’ baseball team is off to a rough start in the beginning of the 2012 regular season.

The Tigers’ bats were kept quiet for the third consecutive game as the San Francisco Dons defeated … Read the rest

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Mizzou Tennis Takes Frustration Out on No. 62 Virginia Tech

Saturday, Feb. 25 –

After getting roughed up by host Minnesota on Friday, the Missouri women’s tennis team had to turn around quickly and face No. 62 Virginia Tech Saturday night in Minneapolis.

Mizzou pummeled the Hokies 6-1, erasing the … Read the rest

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Mizzou Baseball Drops Second Straight Game In San Francisco

Saturday, Feb. 25 –

One day after losing 3-1 to the San Francisco Dons, the Missouri Tigers lost 3-1 again Saturday.

San Francisco was led by a strong pitching performance from freshman Abe Bobb. Bobb gave up four hits and … Read the rest

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Thomas Salvages Double-Header with No-Hit Win Over No. 5 Washington

Saturday, Feb. 25 –

Chelsea Thomas threw her eighth career no-hitter and faced just one batter over the minimum Saturday against No. 5 Washington as Missouri softball topped the Huskies 2-0 at the Cathedral City Classic in Palm Springs, California, … Read the rest

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Nailbiter Ends in OT Loss for Men’s Basketball

Saturday, Feb. 25 –

On Nov. 6, 2011, when it was announced that the University of Missouri would be leaving the Big 12 and heading to the Southeastern Conference, the stakes immediately rose in the 120-year-old rivalry between the University … Read the rest

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