Archive | March, 2018

Opinion: Why the Oscars are failing

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By Rachel Zalucki, E23 Reporter

On March 6, Trump voiced his opinion on the 2018 Oscars on Twitter: “Lowest rated Oscars in HISTORY. Problem is, we don’t have Stars anymore – except your President (just kidding, of course)!Read the rest

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Illinois Sweeps Missouri in Both Games of Wednesday Doubleheader

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports

The Illinois Fighting Illini rode big offensive performances from Kiana Sherlund and Bella Loya to help take both matchups against the Missouri Tigers in a doubleheader on Wednesday. Illinois won the first game, 5-2, and in … Read the rest

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Midwest Bracket Preview

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports.

A quick glance up and down the Midwest bracket of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament shows a variety of teams that have the firepower to emerge victorious both in their region and in the entire … Read the rest

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West Region Roundup

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

There’s a pretty good chance the west region ends up giving us the most maddness this March. This bracket includes by far the weakest one seed, an extremely talented two seed, hot as can be three … Read the rest

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NCAA Tournament East Region Preview

Jacob Lang, 23 Sports

There is no better time to be a basketball fan than March.  The NCAA Tournament’s opening weekend brings us a seemingly endless stream of basketball pitting perennial powerhouses against overlooked underdogs.  With this stream of basketball … Read the rest

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Mizzou Baseball Wins Ninth Straight

Chance Sticklen, 23 Sports

The No. 24 Missouri Tigers baseball team, who have been just dominant all season, came out hungry and ready to play Tuesday night, stretching their winning streak to nine games, with a win over No. 20 … Read the rest

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Mizzou Women’s Swimming and Diving Team to Take to Pool for NCAA Championships

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

Eleven Missouri Tigers qualified to compete in the 2018 NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, held in the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on the campus of The Ohio State University from March 14 through the 17. Nine … Read the rest

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Mizzou Softball Drops All Three Games in SEC Opener

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers softball team lost all three games of their Southeastern Conference opening series against the No. 4 Tennessee Volunteers.

In the first game of the series Mizzou was able to keep up with the … Read the rest

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Tiger Tennis Falls to No. 4 Vanderbilt

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

Mizzou faced what might have been their toughest test of the season thus far on Friday at the Mizzou Tennis Complex in the the No. 4 ranked Vanderbilt Commodores. After two plus doubles matches that made … Read the rest

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Return of Michael Porter Jr. Spoiled by Georgia

Jacob Lang, 23 Sports Reporter

The much anticipated return of superstar freshman Michael Porter Jr. for Thursday’s SEC Tournament opener was tainted by the end result.  Porter Jr.’s presence was not enough for Mizzou, as they fell to the Georgia … Read the rest

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