Archive | January, 2018

Mizzou Gymnastics Upset #10 Arkansas

Hank Noah, 23 Sports

The No. 24 Missouri Tigers hosted the No. 10 Arkansas Razorbacks on Friday in the Hearnes Center in front of a large crowd. The Tigers were coming off a tough loss against #23 Auburn. Mizzou competed … Read the rest

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Mizzou Pins Chippewas

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports

The number three ranked Missouri Tigers wrestling team continued their dominance this season, taking down no. 17 Central Michigan 29-6 to clinch the Mid-American Conference regular season dual championship. This is Mizzou’s third MAC dual title … Read the rest

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Restaurant Week 2018: Best Spots in Columbia

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By John Messer, E23 Reporter

New to Columbia? Want to broaden your palate? Just want to see your favorite food places get some notoriety on a college website? Well, you’ve come to the right place! In honor of Restaurant Week, Read the rest

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Missouri Students Association elects Taylor Tutin as Interim Senate Speaker

Mawa Iqbal, 23 News Reporter

The election came after Hunter Windholz, 49th Senate speaker, announced his resignation on Monday, Jan. 15.

According to a Jan. 17 press release from the MSA Senate Board, Windholz vacated his position “unexpectedly” and for Read the rest

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Chavis leads No. 12 Missouri past Vanderbilt in 81-70 Win

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports

Jordan Chavis put up a career-high 18 points on 6-of-8 shooting from 3-point range off the bench as No. 12 Missouri topped Vanderbilt 81-70 on Thursday night.

Amber Smith also had 18 points to go along … Read the rest

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Mizzou competes at Tennessee Diving Invitational

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

The Mizzou men’s and women’s divers got a chance compete without their swim team counterparts at the Tennessee Diving Invitational from Wednesday January 3rd through Friday January 5th in Knoxville, Tennessee. Missouri was one of eight … Read the rest

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Tigers Knock Off Fourth-Ranked Gamecocks

Hank Noah, 23Sports

Last year in the NCAA tournament, the South Carolina Gamecocks won their program’s first NCAA title as they beat Mississippi State 67-55. They finished the season with an extremely impressive 33-4 record. This season the Gamecocks sit … Read the rest

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Missouri Men’s and Women’s Swim teams fall at Texas A&M

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

It was a rough day for both the men’s and women’s swim teams in College Station, Texas on Saturday as the Texas A&M Aggies celebrated their senior day with two victories. The #15 ranked Tiger men … Read the rest

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Turnover in Final Seconds Hands Tigers Loss

Hank Noah, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers hosted the Florida Gators on Saturday at Mizzou Arena for MU’s second SEC game of the season. The Tigers came into the game sitting at 11-3 and 1-0 in conference play. MU had … Read the rest

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Mizzou women fall to LSU in conference home opener

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

For the first time since November 10th, the Missouri women’s basketball team lost a game. The LSU Tigers, bolstered by a 32-10 run that spanned  from midway through the first quarter to near the end of … Read the rest

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