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Tigers Look To Snap Three Game Losing Streak in Homecoming Game

Garrett Bridges, 23 Sports For the 107th time, the university that invented homecoming is celebrating it. As part of the celebration, the University of Missouri is welcoming the University of Memphis Tigers football team to Faurot Field. Missouri’s Tigers look to end their three-game losing streak against the Tigers from the AAC. As Mizzou welcomes […]

Tigers finish 7th with an individual top-10 finish at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports The Missouri Golf team participated in the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate this past weekend in Jonesborough, Tennessee. Overall, it was a pretty strong performance for Missouri, as the Tigers ranked in the top half of the finishers with a seventh place finish out of 14 teams. They finished 12-under par 852 […]

Tigers Shutout in the Pink Out

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers (5-8-2, 2-4-1) suffered a 1-0 loss to the Tigers of Auburn University (11-3-1, 3-3-1) Sunday afternoon at Walton Stadium. Missouri’s Tigers now drop to two games under .500 in SEC play and 11th place in the SEC while Auburn improves to .500 in conference play and now rank […]

Tiger Football Crushed at Alabama

Garrett Bridges, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers came into Tuscaloosa, Alabama 3-2 and facing the seemingly impossible task of taking down by far the best team in the nation in their home stadium. After watching 4 quarters at Bryant-Denny Stadium, a major takeaway from the game had nothing to do with the Tigers, it was […]

LSU Wins Battle of the Soccer Tigers 2-1

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers (5-7-2, 2-3-1) fell to the Tigers of LSU (8-5-1, 2-3-1) Sunday afternoon in Baton Rouge by the score of 2-1. The loss drops the Mizzou Soccer team to under .500 in the conference, while LSU gets one step closer to .500 in conference play, improving from 1-3-1 to […]

Michael Scarnecchia Outshines Drew Lock in First Career Start as the Gamecocks Tame the Tigers in Wet, Rainy Slug Fest

Bradley Davis, 23 Sports In what will be remembered as one of the most dramatic games of this season, South Carolina was able to come away with the victory behind the leg of Parker White’s 33 yard game winning field goal that put Carolina up 37-35 with two seconds remaining. The biggest shock of the […]

Missouri Volleyball wins despite arena change

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports The Missouri volleyball team hosted South Carolina on Friday. However, due to a water main break in the Hearnes Center, the Tigers played in Mizzou Arena for the first time ever. The change in scenery did not seem to bother Missouri, (13-4, 3-2 SEC) as it completed a sweep of South […]

Missouri at South Carolina Preview

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers (3-1, 0-1 SEC) will travel to Columbia, South Carolina to face the South Carolina Gamecocks (2-2, 1-2 SEC) Saturday in a crucial SEC East clash. South Carolina has won the last two games between the teams, including a convincing 31-13 victory last season at Missouri. During last season’s […]

Mizzou Soccer Rolls Over Ole Miss 2-1

Sarah Bush, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers improved their record to 5-6-2 on Thursday evening with an SEC win against Ole Miss at Audrey Walton Stadium. This marks their second conference win and breaks a two game losing streak. Ole Miss, on the other hand, fell to 8-5-1 and 2-2-1 in conference with the loss. […]

Mizzou Women’s Golf Look Near Par-fect in The Johnie Imes Invitational, Win Fifth Straight Johnie Imes

Gavin Curless, 23 Sports The Mizzou women’s Golf team played in their only home tournament of the year this week, and the Tigers represented their turf well. Missouri dominated all week, leading to a 22-stroke win over runner-up Fresno State. This margin of Victory is the second largest victory margin in the history of the […]

Column: NLDS Preview 2018

Robert Soltero, 23 Sports The MLB playoffs started off with some really good baseball. Before the NL Wild Card there were two Game 163’s played on Monday. The Milwaukee Brewers traveled to Chicago to play the Cubs to see who would win the NL Central. The Brewers won 3-1 and are heading to the playoffs […]

Mizzou Volleyball Falls At Kentucky

Tyler Fitton, 23 Sports The Mizzou volleyball team had been looking very strong to start the season, but after dropping two matches on the road the season is starting to look a little more in need of a spark. The team traveled to the University of Kentucky to take on the Wildcats on Sunday, where […]

Another NBA Podcast S2E4: Preseason is Here, JR Smith Getting Fined, MLB Playoffs and More!

Another NBA Podcast S2E4: Preseason is Here, JR Smith Getting Fined, MLB Playoffs and More!

On this week’s episode of Another NBA Podcast, I was joined by Bradley Davis, Ben Clanin, Josiah Schueneman, Tony Albertini, Robert Soltero and Tucker Noah. We discussed some NBA preseason headlines, JR Smith getting fined for his new tattoo, the MLB playoffs and more! Give it a listen folks!

Mizzou XC Posts Impressive Performance in Loyola

Bradley Davis, 23 Sports The Mizzou men’s and women’s cross country teams travelled to Chicago this past Saturday to compete at the Loyola Lakefront Invitational. Against their toughest competition yet, the women looked to continue their undefeated season, while the men were aiming to improve on their 3rd place finish at the Illinois State Invitational […]

Mizzou Volleyball Comes Up Short Against Tennessee

Gavin Curless, 23 Sports The Mizzou volleyball team traveled to Knoxville, TN last night to face off against the Tennessee Volunteers. The Tigers, ranked 18th in the nation, were expecting to continue their rampage through another SEC opponent. The Tigers walked into this match 2-0 in the SEC and 12-2 overall. Opening the first set, […]