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Mizzou Cross Country Performs Well at the NCAA Midwest Regionals

Bradley Davis, 23 Sports

Fresh off of qualifying out of the SEC championships last week, both the Mizzou Men’s and Women’s cross country teams traveled to Peoria, Illinois to compete in the NCAA Midwest Regional this past Friday. Both teams … Read the rest

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Tigers look to build after upset win

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports

Last Saturday’s upset win over the Florida Gators in the Swamp could be the signature win Missouri needs to turn their season around. The Tigers received good news as standout wide receiver, Emmanuel Hall returned after … Read the rest

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Turnovers Come Back to Haunt Mizzou in Loss at Iowa State

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers men’s basketball team took a tough loss against the Iowa State Cyclones on Friday night. In the matchup between old Big 12 rivals, both teams entered the game having won their season openers. … Read the rest

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Tigers Open With Sluggish Win Over Central Arkansas

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Garrett Bridges, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers played their first regular season game of the 2018-2019 season, and while losing to the visitors from the Southland Conference was never a real threat, there were warning signs … Read the rest

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Missouri Wrestling Takes the Fight out of the Fighting Illini

Gavin Curless, 23 Sports

Mizzou wrestling opened their season up against rival Illinois on Saturday up in Champaign, IL. The Tigers were expected to win, but they did more than that. With the Tigers opening up ranked No. 7 in … Read the rest

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Missouri Swim and Dive Bested in Two Day Event

Bradley Davis, 23 Sports

The Missouri men’s and women’s swim and dive team completed their two day meet this past Friday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center. The men took on Kentucky, while the women competed against both Kentucky and Arkansas. … Read the rest

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Tigers Chomp Gators at the Swamp for First SEC Victory

Gavin Curless, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers traveled down to the Swamp to face off against the No 11. ranked Florida Gators on Saturday. The Tigers were looking for redemption after a heartbreaking loss at home against Kentucky last weekend … Read the rest

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Tigers Look To Bounce Back In Gainesville Versus The Gators

Garrett Bridges, 23 Sports

The Missouri Tigers just came off easily their toughest loss of the season. In fact, some got an ESPN update saying Mizzou won 14-9 while the game was still going on. When the clock went to … Read the rest

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Mizzou Women End Exhibition Play With a Win, But Many Questions

Garrett Bridges, 23 Sports

Tiger fans got to see the Mizzou Women’s basketball team play their second and final exhibition game as they hosted Washburn University Thursday night at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers won, 74-59.

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Tigers Conclude Fall Season with a Strong Finish

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports

The Mizzou golf team finished up their 2018 fall season with a trip to Hawaii, competing in the Warrior Princeville Makai Invitational. The Tigers finished second on the weekend, falling just two shots short of the … Read the rest

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