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Missouri Cross Country Excels at Conference Meet

Saturday, Oct. 29 –

The Missouri Tigers took some tough defeats early in the season, but it appears their hard work is starting to pay off.

Competing with some of the best teams in the country, the Tiger women were … Read the rest

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Offense Dominates as Mizzou Sweeps No. 21 Sooners

Saturday, Oct. 29th-

The Missouri Tigers volleyball team swept the No. 21 Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday at the Hearnes Center.

It was their first win against a ranked opponent since the NCAA tournament last year. The Tigers defeated the Sooners … Read the rest

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Tigers Have Strong Individual Efforts But Can’t Come Through with a Team Victory

Saturday, Oct 29-

In their first conference event of the season, the Missouri Tigers women’s swimming and diving team suffered a tough defeat to the Texas A&M Aggies.

The team lost by a score of 180-120. Several Tigers won events, … Read the rest

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Missouri Soccer Loses A Close One on Senior Night

Friday, Oct. 28 –

The Mizzou women’s soccer team let one slip through their hands Friday night at Walton Stadium. Iowa State crashed senior night, handing the Tigers a frustrating 1-0 loss.

Before the start of the game, Missouri paid … Read the rest

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Young Swimmers Carry Team in Texas

Friday, Oct. 28 –

The Mizzou men’s swim team swam away with third at the Southwest Plunge in Texas, finishing just a few points behind second place Texas A&M and first place Texas.

Freshman Igor Koslovskij continued to shine, placing … Read the rest

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Missouri Volleyball Continues to Struggle in the Big 12 with Loss to Kansas State

Wenesday, Oct. 26 –

The Tigers were handed their second straight loss on Wednesday, Oct. 26 in Columbia, Mo. The Tigers’ 3-2 loss to Big 12 rival Kansas State brought the Tigers’ overall record to 17-9 and 3-6 in conference … Read the rest

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Against Tough Field, Golf Team Takes 13th in Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

Wednesday, Oct. 26 –

Throughout the fall, the Missouri women’s golf team participated in several tournaments across the midwest in preparation for their hardest, and final test of the semester: The Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, a three-day event that wrapped … Read the rest

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Tigers See Signs of Potential, but Fall Short in Fall Finale

Thursday, Oct. 20 – Monday, Oct. 24 –

The Missouri Tigers finished up their season this weekend at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Regionals. The Tigers finished off a respectable season and saw signs from underclassmen, foreshadowing good things to come … Read the rest

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Tigers Fall After Torrent of Turnovers

Missouri takes on No. 4 Oklahoma State on Saturday, Oct. 22. Dan Molloy and Eric Hilt with the coverage.

Saturday, Oct. 22-

The Missouri Tigers had several chances to keep the score close against the No. 6 Oklahoma State Cowboys, … Read the rest

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Unbelievable Rally Leads Tigers to Victory over Jayhawks

Andrew Kauffman reports from Walton Stadium’s blackout game, where the Tigers take on the Jayhawks in the Border Showdown.

Friday, Oct. 21 –

In perhaps the greatest comeback in Mizzou soccer history, the Tigers rallied with three goals in the … Read the rest

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