Archive | March, 2021

Mizzou Baseball swept at home by No. 1 Vanderbilt

Wendell Shepherd – 23 Sports

This week Mizzou Baseball took on the No. 1 ranked Vanderbilt Commodores. Needless to say, Vanderbilt has been dominant so far this season, coming into the series with a 16-2 record. The Commodores are led Read the rest

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Mizzou Softball Shuts Out The Bulldogs in Doubleheader

Jackson Sallee – 23 Sports

Mizzou Softball proved to Western Illinois why they are ranked No. 20 in the nation. The Mizzou Tigers kept the Bulldogs scoreless over a doubleheader, one game was won by run rule, 10-zip, and the Read the rest

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Mizzou Softball Beats Kent State in Home Opener Tournament with Run Rule

Brooke Lemke – 23 Sports

After swinging hot bats and scoring 15 runs in less than three innings on Friday, rain delayed the game and pushed it to Saturday. The Tigers took care of business on the field, beating the Read the rest

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Mizzou Baseball Takes Three Wins in Four Game Series with Illinois State

Brooke Lemke – 23 Sports

The Mizzou baseball team, originally set to match up against Illinois State at home, travelled to Normal, Illinois due to weather concerns. The Tigers came away with a shutout win on Friday, a win on Read the rest

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Oklahoma hangs on in first round matchup against Mizzou

Grant Green – 23 Sports

The two former rivals in the Big 12 met again for a first-round matchup in the NCAA Tournament as the No. 8 Oklahoma Sooners took on No. 9 Missouri Tigers in the West section of Read the rest

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A Look Back on Mizzou’s Roller-Coaster Season

Henry Politz – 23 Sports

Missouri’s loss to Oklahoma was a devastating loss for Tiger fans fans. Before the game, the last time that Mizzou was in the NCAA Tournament was back in 2018, in which the Tigers had a Read the rest

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Mizzou Wrestling Ends Season with Top-10 Finish in NCAA National Championship

Jackson Sallee – 23 Sports

Mizzou “Tiger Style” Wrestling just wrapped up their season, tying with Minnesota for seventh place with 64 points as a team. This is their sixth consecutive top-10 finish and ninth top-10 finish under head coach Read the rest

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Notre Dame gives Missouri soccer fifth loss of the season on Saturday

Eleanor Sheahan – 23 Sports

Missouri soccer traveled to South Bend Indiana this Saturday to face Notre Dame. 

With just under 29 minutes into the first half, Notre Dame got on the score board first with the assist by Camryn Read the rest

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Mizzou Baseball salvages one win in SEC opener against Kentucky

Wendell Shepherd – 23 Sports

This weekend, Mizzou Baseball traveled to Lexington, Kentucky to take on the Kentucky Wildcats to open up SEC play. The Tigers come into the Southeastern Conference season with a 7-10 record, fresh off of a Read the rest

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MU Women’s Center and WGST host Women’s History Month discussion, “Final Girl Friday”

By Lexi Zambrzycki, MUTV-23 News Reporter

 

COLUMBIA, Mo. – On Friday, March 19, the University of Missouri Women’s Center and Women and Gender Studies hosted a Zoom discussion in honor of Women’s History Month called “Final Girl Friday”. 

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