Archive | January, 2017

Jackson, Jacobs star in the Border Battle

Aaron Carter, 23 Sports

Saturday, January 7—

Mizzou track and field began its 2017 season with a border battle against two Big Ten teams: the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Illinois Fighting Illini, in Iowa City, Iowa. Although the team was … Read the rest

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Men’s basketball extends losing streak to six

Maddie Boccardi, 23 Sports

Saturday, January 9—

Missouri’s men’s basketball team (5-9) traveled to Athens, Georgia, to take on another SEC opponent, the Georgia Bulldogs. The Tigers opened up last week with their first game of SEC play against LSU … Read the rest

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Mizzou gymnastics opens 2017 with record-setting meet

Logan Ball, 23 Sports

Friday, January 6 –

Starting their season ranked 19th in the nation, the Missouri women’s gymnastics team looked to send a strong statement to start off the year. The message was delivered as the Tigers dominated … Read the rest

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Tigers’ comeback falls just short against Kentucky

Justin Bjorseth, 23 Sports

Friday, January 6—

After winning their SEC opener against Georgia, Mizzou women’s basketball looked to build momentum when they visited No. 24 Kentucky on Thursday night for their first road contest of the young conference season. … Read the rest

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Tigers squander excellent first half in SEC opener

Jameshia Sumlin, 23 Sports

Thursday, January 5–

Even though Mizzou played perhaps their best opening half of the season, it wasn’t enough to pull out a victory Wednesday in its Southeastern Conference opener at Mizzou Arena.

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Mizzou women’s basketball notches win in first SEC game

Jaelin White, 23 Sports

Sunday, January 1—

Mizzou’s women’s basketball team played the Georgia Bulldogs at home to kickoff SEC play Sunday. The Tigers defeated the Bulldogs 63-45 to improve their record to 11-4 overall and 1-0 in conference play.… Read the rest

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Amid roster changes, Tigers lose tough game to Lipscomb

Erik Kase, 23 Sports

Thursday, December 29—

After news broke that freshman forward Willie Jackson would transfer from the program, the Missouri Tigers basketball team (5-7) had to shift its focus to their game against the Lipscomb Bisons (7-9). Unfortunately … Read the rest

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