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Missouri Volleyball No Match for No.10 Kentucky

Dylan Johnson, 23 Sports

The Mizzou women’s volleyball team set out to continue their three-game win streak and repeat history heading into their home opener against the No.10 Kentucky Wildcats Wednesday. The tigers started out very strong but the Wildcats … Read the rest

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Missouri Women’s Golf Takes on Tournament in Knoxville

Caroline Rueve, 23 Sports

The Missouri Women’s Golf Team participated in the Mercedes-Benz Collegiate Championship in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Tournament consisted of a 54-holes on a Par 71 course, where 15 teams, including Missouri, participated. This tournament was hosted by … Read the rest

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Indians Historic Win Streak

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports

The reigning American League champions Cleveland Indians are sitting comfortably in the AL Central, having clinched their second division title and playoff berth in as many years on September 17 in an 8-4 victory against the … Read the rest

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SEC Power Rankings Week Three

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports

*NOTE: This power ranking isn’t necessarily just about ranking the best teams in the SEC 1-14. It’s about that, who has and who hasn’t been impressive, and who is putting it together.

1.Alabama-

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Missouri Soccer Extends Win Streak Against Albany

Evan Hatmaker, 23 Sports

On September 18th the Tigers hosted Albany at Walton stadium. The Tigers were in impressive form, looking to add another victory to their recent string of matches, beating San Diego 2-1 on September 10th and then … Read the rest

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Mizzou tennis has tough time in season opening tournament

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports Reporter

The Mizzou tennis season got off to a rough start this weekend at The Puerto Rico Fall Classic, with the Tigers falling in six of their nine doubles contests against Vanderbilt, Georgia, and Clemson, and … Read the rest

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Tiger XC excels as Schweizer Beats Course Record

Hank Noah, 23Sports

The Missouri Tigers Men’s and Women’s Cross-Country teams traveled to Nashville, Tennessee on Friday to participate in the Commodore Classic. At nine o’clock on a clear and sunny morning, the men’s 8K race began and did not … Read the rest

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Missouri Volleyball Earns First Tournament Sweep with Win Over Sacramento State

Zac Aron, 23 Sports Reporter

In their final game before official SEC play begins, the Mizzou Tigers [7-6] beat the vigorous Sacramento State Hornets in five sets on Saturday. This victory not only put the Tigers back up over .500 … Read the rest

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Purdue Crushes Lifeless Missouri, Earns 2nd Win

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter

There has been lots of energy around Purdue, especially it’s football team after hiring their first-year coach Jeff Brohm. Unfortunately for Missouri, it seems as if the opposite has occurred in Barry Odom’s second season … Read the rest

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Tigers Swim and Dive Opens Season

Dalton Hackett, 23 Sports Reporter

The Mizzou Swimming and Diving Team unofficially opened up their season traveling to the second annual CSCAA National Collegiate Open Water Championship hosted at Lone Star Lake in Lawrence, Kansas.

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