Archive | January, 2017

Men’s hoops loses to Alabama, still winless in SEC

Jaelin White, 23 Sports

Wednesday, January 18—

Mizzou men’s basketball played the Alabama Crimson Tide on Wednesday in Tuscaloosa. The Tigers fell to Alabama 68-56 at Coleman Coliseum.

Guard Terrence Phillips led the team in three categories, recording 16 points, … Read the rest

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Men’s basketball blown out by Arkansas

Aaron Carter, 23 Sports

Sunday, January 15—

The Arkansas Razorbacks defeated the Missouri Tigers on Saturday 92-73. The loss dropped the Tigers to an abysmal 5-11 on the year and they still remain winless in conference play (0-4). Arkansas improved … Read the rest

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Missouri wrestling upsets Cornell

Lyndsay Hughley, 23 Sports

Sunday, January 15—

In a battle of top ten teams, No. 9 Missouri dominated No. 7 Cornell on the road, bringing home a 25-11 win. The Tigers won the first seven bouts of the afternoon in … Read the rest

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Missouri gymnastics remains undefeated against Arkansas

Nathalie Jones, 23 Sports

Saturday, January 14—

No. 6 Mizzou gymnastics took the win Friday over No. 12 Arkansas, earning a 195.850 to Arkansas’ 193.950. Leading the Tigers in their charge against the Razorbacks was sophomore Morgan Porter. Porter swept … Read the rest

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No. 9 Mizzou wrestling cruises past Buffalo 28-8

Quinn Ritzdorf, 23 Sports

Friday, January 13—

No. 9 Mizzou wrestling (6-2, 4-0 MAC) dominated Buffalo (6-4, 1-2 MAC) on the road with a 28-8 win. With the win, Mizzou remained undefeated in the Mid-American Conference while Buffalo dropped to … Read the rest

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Hot shooting not enough to notch a win for Mizzou women’s basketball

Erik Kase, 23 Sports

Thursday, January 17—

Looking to bounce back after back to back losses in the SEC, Mizzou women’s basketball (11-7, 1-3 SEC) shot lights out from the field against LSU (14-3, 3-1 SEC). Unfortunately, Missouri couldn’t overcome … Read the rest

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Men’s basketball loses another tight game

Kyle Hay, 23 Sports

Tuesday, January 10—

The 5-9 Missouri Tigers took on the 10-5 Auburn Tigers at Mizzou Arena Tuesday. Missouri was coming off a disappointing loss to the Georgia Bulldogs Saturday night and were looking to turn things … Read the rest

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Missouri wrestling pinned by Oklahoma

Nathalie Jones, 23 Sports

Monday, January 9—

No. 5 Missouri wrestling could not find their rhythm against No. 18 Oklahoma, as they lost to the Sooners for the first time since 2011. The Tigers beat two ranked opponents; however, it … Read the rest

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Mizzou women’s basketball loses heartbreaker to Alabama

Quinn Ritzdorf, 23 Sports

Monday, January 9—

Mizzou women’s basketball (11-6, 1-2 SEC) lost to Alabama (14-2, 2-1 SEC) Sunday afternoon 59-58 on a heartbreaking buzzer beater. This is Mizzou’s first home loss of the season.

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No. 6/12 Mizzou Swim and Dive falls to No. 8/11 Louisville

Quinn Ritzdorf, 23 Sports

Sunday, January 8—

After a two-day event in Louisville, Kentucky, the Mizzou men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs, ranked sixth and 12th nationally, fell to the Louisville Cardinals, ranked eighth and 11th nationally. The men … Read the rest

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