Archive | March, 2015

Gymnastics scores highest-ever total in an SEC Championship

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By Joey Gjata, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 21-

The Missouri Gymnastics team scored 195.700 on Saturday afternoon in the first session of the SEC Championship meet in Duluth, Ga.

The point total only placed Mizzou seventh out of nine in … Read the rest

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Six-run sixth powers softball past No. 14 Tennessee

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By Ben Brady

Saturday, March 21-

After allowing six runs in the first inning, the Missouri Softball team (20-4, 4-1) made a huge comeback, largely off a six-run sixth inning, to beat No. 14 Tennessee 9-8. Junior Sami Fagan shined … Read the rest

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Houdashelt advances to finals

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By Matt Horn, 23 Sports

Friday, March 20-

All three of Missouri’s No. 1 ranked wrestlers advanced to the fourth session at the NCAA National Championship on Friday, but redshirt senior Drake Houdashelt (149) was the only one to make … Read the rest

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Baseball remains perfect in conference play with 3-2 win

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By Joey Schneider, 23 Sports

Friday, March 20-

In a clash of two rivals with perfect SEC records, the Missouri Tigers baseball team defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks by the score of 3-2.

The home matchup provided several close calls … Read the rest

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Tennessee routs Missouri softball 12-4

By Aaron K. Ladd, 23 Sports

Friday, March 20-

The No. 14 Tennessee Volunteers wasted no time powering up their offense Friday, blasting 4 homers including a grand slam en route to a 12-4 run-rule victory over the Missouri Tiger … Read the rest

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Three Tiger wrestlers advance in NCAA Championship

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By Joey Gjata, 23 Sports

Thursday, March 19-

Mizzou saw nine of its 10 wrestlers continue in NCAA Championship play through two sessions on Thursday inside the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.

Three Tigers–redshirt seniors Alan Waters (125) and Drake … Read the rest

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Women’s basketball advances to second round of WNIT

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By David Rothchild, 23 Sports

Thursday, March 19-

The season continues for the Missouri women’s basketball team after a 69-61 win over Northern Iowa in the first round of the WNIT.

The victory marks Mizzou’s first WNIT victory since 2003, … Read the rest

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SASHA Encourages Secularism at SASHAcon

Danielle Katz- MUTV 23 News Staff Writer

 

This weekend, MU Skeptics, Atheists, Secular Humanists and Agnostics held its second annual convention to promote secular activism.

SASHA’s two-day event featured seven different speakers who covered topics including neurological selflessness, evolution … Read the rest

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Title IX Student Training Begins

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Sarah Sabatke and Rayna Sims – MUTV 23 News Staff Writers

 

Beginning this spring, all MU students will be strongly encouraged to complete an online program concerning Title IX.

The training program, called “Not Anymore,” consists of an online … Read the rest

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MizzouThon Raises Over $200,000 for the Children’s Hospital

Hailey Stolze – MUTV 23 News Staff Writer

 

On Mar. 14, students visited the MizzouRec Center to participate in MizzouThon, the largest philanthropy on MU’s campus.

It was an exhausting 13.1 hours, MizzouThon Vice President of Communications Audrey Wilcox … Read the rest

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