Archive | March, 2015

Tiger softball has historic offensive performance in blowout win

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By Ben Burke, 23Sports

Monday, March 25 –

The No. 20 Missouri softball team recorded their highest run total since 2003 in a dominating 17-5 win over the Illinois Fighting Illini.

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Mizzou baseball drops second straight contest

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By Anthony Romano, 23 Sports

Wednesday, March 25

The red-hot Tiger baseball team has gone cold, losing its second straight game on Wednesday, this time dropping an 8-3 contest to Arkansas-Pine Bluff. The Golden Lions homered twice off Missouri pitchers … Read the rest

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Golf continues consistent play

By Jacob Seus, 23 sports

Wednesday, March 24-

The Missouri Tigers golf team continued its strong play on Wednesday, finishing third, and earning its fifth top-three finish of the season.

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Tennis drops seventh match in a row; loses to No. 20 Kentucky

By David Rothchild, 23 Sports

Sunday, March 22-

The No. 20 Wildcats easily topped the Missouri women’s tennis team in a 6-1 thrashing, handing the Tigers their ninth loss in ten meets.

March has not been kind to Mizzou, as … Read the rest

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Drake Houdashelt crowned National Champion; team finishes fourth

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By Ben Brady, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 21-

Redshirt senior Drake Houdashelt earned the 3-1 decision victory over No. 3 David Habat in the 149 pound contest at the Scottrade Center to become the fifth individual and sixth overall National … Read the rest

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Mizzou baseball drops first SEC game

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By Matt Weller, 23 Sports

Sunday, March 22-

Missouri baseball suffered an SEC loss for the first time this season, Sunday, dropping a 7-5 series finale to the Georgia Bulldogs.

The loss denied Mizzou their second consecutive SEC sweep to … Read the rest

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Comeback not enough in 10-7 loss to Tennessee

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By Jared Koller, 23 Sports

Sunday, March 22-

The 20-5 Missouri Softball team couldn’t pull off the comeback two games in a row, as the Tigers lost 10-7 to Tennessee, and dropping the series.

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Eye scores 27 as Tigers roll into WNIT sweet sixteen

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By Carter Woodiel, 23 Sports

Sunday, March 22 —

Mizzou senior Morgan Eye has been known for her hot three-point shooting all season long, but Sunday’s shooting barrage was impressive even by her lofty standards.

Eye’s nine three-pointers were a … Read the rest

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Swim and dive finishes 14th in NCAA Championships

By Ben Burke, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 21 –

The Missouri women’s swim and dive team tied the program record for its best finish at the NCAA Championships Saturday with 14th place finish, the third time in school history.

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Baseball defeats No. 6 South Carolina on late game heroics

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By Kevin Levine, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 21-

The Tigers clinched their series against South Carolina in walk-off fashion, 4-3, the fourth time they’ve won on a walk-off this season.

The Tigers were led by freshman pitcher Tanner Houck, who … Read the rest

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