Archive | March, 2016

Mizzou tennis drops another SEC matchup, gets blanked by No. 15 LSU

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Joe Ward, 23 Sports

Sunday, March 27 –

Missouri’s SEC record continued to worsen after No. 15 LSU swept the No. 59 Tigers in Baton Rouge on Sunday. Mizzou, now 1-6 in SEC play, won just two sets on the … Read the rest

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Missouri swim and dive makes program history with outstanding performance by Schwingenschlogl

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Olivia Gerling, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 26 –

Mizzou men’s swim and dive made program history this week. The team placed a program-best eighth at the 2016 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. It was Missouri’s first top 10 finish … Read the rest

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Missouri runs wild at Arkansas Invitational

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James Penn – 23 Sports

Saturday, March 26

The Tigers’ track and field teams had a career day down in Fayetteville for their outdoor opener, ending the two-day event with 16 athletes breaking personal records and nine All-Time Top 10 … Read the rest

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NYU Law Professor speaks at MU on mass incarceration

By Brandon Buscher

The University of Missouri hosted a speaking event for New York University Law Professor and Director of the Equal Justice Initiative Bryan Stevenson in Jesse Hall last weekend. Professor Stevenson visited MU to discuss the movement against … Read the rest

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Tigers claim game one over Alabama, extend win streak to nine

Troy D’Souza, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 26–

The No. 15 Missouri softball team defeated the No. 6 Alabama Crimson Tide 7-3 in game one of a double-header Saturday.

Sami Fagan put the Tigers on the board first with an RBI … Read the rest

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Missouri’s struggles continue on the diamond, loses its fourth straight

MU baseball loses fourth straight game to Vanderbilt- March 26, 2016

Thomas Maurer, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 26-

The Missouri Tigers baseball team has been extremely consistent in a lot of different ways this year. One of those ways has been losing, as the Tigers dropped their seventh of eight Saturday … Read the rest

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Tigers softball offense fails to solve the Tide

Brendan Lavell, 23 Sports

Saturday, March 26—

Junior Sydney Littlejohn pitched a one-hitter and junior Marisa Runyon drove in six runs as the Crimson Tide mercy ruled No. 15 Missouri 9-1 on Saturday. The game was the second of a Read the rest

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Students respond to campus safety

By Brandon Buscher

On Saturday March 5, the University of Missouri Police Department arrested homeless man Zachery R. Jones on two counts of rape, and one count of forcible sodomy which reportedly occurred on campus. According to MUPD, these incidents … Read the rest

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Tiger Tennis swept in College Station by No. 17 Aggies

Edward Redler, 23 Sports

Friday, March 25–

No. 59 Mizzou Tennis dropped its match against No. 17 Texas A&M, 7-0, on Friday evening in College Station, Texas.

Texas A&M (12-6, 4-3 SEC) won the first two doubles matches for the … Read the rest

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E23- March 24, 2016

E23- March 24, 2016

Spring break is finally here, and E23 has the latest in Netflix recommendations in Everyone’s a Critic, fashion tips in Coffee and Couture and scheduling advice in Countdown for you to have a great vacation from the first part of … Read the rest

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