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Mizzou losses conference game to No. 4 Kentucky Wildcats

Mizzou losses conference game to No. 4 Kentucky Wildcats

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports Mizzou Men’s Basketball (12-13,3-10 SEC) lost another conference game, their fourth loss in five games, 66-58 to the No. 4 ranked Kentucky Wildcats at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday night. Shooting was one of the Tiger’s major struggles against the Wildcats. Although Mizzou won the rebound battle the 34-28 and committed 12 […]

Mizzou Suffers Conference Loss in Closing Seconds

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports Mizzou Women’s Basketball (19-8, 8-5 SEC) dropped a tough battle against the Tennessee Volunteers (17-8, 6-6 SEC) on Sunday at Mizzou Arena as a season-high 8,559 fans witnessed the 62-60 conference loss. There were nine ties and 17 lead changes in the game as neither team was able to pull away […]

Tigers Dominate Opponents in Citrus Blossom Classic

Ryan Crothers, 23 Sports Over this past weekend, Missouri Softball was enjoying the beautiful weather in Orlando, Florida at the Citrus Blossom Classic. While the weather great, the Tigers were even better. Missouri finished the Citrus Blossom Classic with a record of 5-0, recording four shutouts over the weekend and a dominating combined total score […]

Missouri Tigers Start Baseball Season Dropping Two of Three to University of North Florida.

Marcus Thomas, 23 Sports Missouri dropped two of the three games to get the 2019 season underway in Jacksonville, FL to the North Florida Ospreys. The Tigers dropped the first contest 5-4, won the second game 5-4, and then lost the rubber match 4-2. In the first ever match up between the Tigers and Ospreys, […]

Missouri Tigers Finish Regular Season Strong With Eight Top Ten Place Finishes at Missouri Collegiate Challenge

Marcus Thomas, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers men’s track and field showed that they might be peaking late in the season with eight top ten finishes at the Missouri Collegiate Challenge at the Hearnes Center in Columbia, MO. The field events were swept by the Tigers with Roberto Vilches, Will Fife and Avery Carter all […]

Tigers Men’s and Women’s Golf Bring Home Top-6 Finishes

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports The Tigers traveled to Gainsville, Florida to compete in the 2019 SunTrust Gator Invitational over the weekend. This invitational hosted seven nationally ranked teams. In the field of 15 teams, the Tigers finished sixth. The Tigers were led by Senior Matt Echelmeier who finished in seventh place on the weekend and […]

Mizzou Gymnastics Places Third at Mardi Gras Invitational

Mardi Gras Invitational Recap Gymnastics Lauren Michelson, 23 sports The No. 15 Mizzou gymnastics team broke records this past weekend at the Mardi Gras Invitational, where they competed against Stanford, LSU and Utah. The team received their second-highest score of the season with a 196.475 placing them at third on Friday night. No. 5 LSU […]

Tigers Fall in Road Trip to Oxford

Jonathan Friess, 23Sports The Missouri Tigers traveled to Oxford, Mississippi to face SEC Conference opponent Ole Miss on Saturday. Both teams came into this game fresh off a win, with Missouri just holding on over Arkansas 79-78, and the Rebels looking to build their three-game winning streak. The Rebels got off to a big lead, […]

Tigers Upset No. 5 Bulldogs in trip to Starkvegas

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers (19-7, 8-4) traveled to Starkville, Mississippi to take on the No. 5 team in the country, the Mississippi State Bulldogs on Thursday night. The Bulldogs came into this game at a perfect 10-0 in conference play and 22-1 on the season. Missouri came into the game with hopes […]

Missouri Tigers Escape Close One Against Arkansas Razorbacks

Marcus Thomas, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers prevailed 79-78 win against the Arkansas Razorbacks Tuesday night. The Tigers improved their record to 12-11 and 3-8 in the SEC, while Arkansas dropped their record to 14-10 and 5-6 in the SEC. Missouri started the first half extremely well putting up 46 points in the first half […]

Missouri Men’s Track and Field Competes Well in Iowa State Classic

Marcus Thomas, 23 Sports Missouri Track and Field had a busy weekend, sending athletes to different meets. While a good bit of the team was in Fayetteville, Arkansas at the Tyson Invitational, three distance runners were sent to the Iowa State classic on Friday February, 8 and Saturday February 9 to compete in Ames. Redshirt […]

Missouri Tigers Fall Short in Both Games on Day Two of Kajikawa Classic.

Marcus Thomas, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers lost both games of their doubleheader in the Kajikawa Classic on Saturday. They first fell 6-1 to Oregon before dropping a close one 4-3 to Oregon State. In game one the Tigers started junior Eli Daniel, who surrendered two runs in three innings pitched, dropping her record to […]

Shorthanded Tigers Perform Well at Tyson Invitational

Bradley Davis, 23 Sports Fayetteville, AK: This past weekend, Mizzou track athletes competed in the Tyson Invitational indoor meet in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Despite also having athletes at the Iowa State Classic, Mizzou still had seven athletes with top three finishes in their respective events. WOMEN’S On the women’s side, three athletes managed to make the […]

Lack of Depth Helps to Doom Tigers in Loss to Texas A&M

Lack of Depth Helps to Doom Tigers in Loss to Texas A&M

Ryan Crothers, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers hosted the Texas A&M Aggies in an SEC showdown at Mizzou Arena Saturday. The Tigers came into this game just (2-7) in the SEC and (11-10) on the year, while Texas A&M came in (8-13) and (1-8) in the SEC. The two teams faced off earlier in the […]

Tigers Sweep Opponents on Opening Day of Kajikawa Classic

Jonathan Friess, 23Sports Mizzou softball, coming off a 30-29 season that ended in a 7-0 loss to Oklahoma in the NCAA Regional Tournament, opened their 2019 season in Tempe, Arizona at the Kajikawa Classic on Friday. The Tigers shutout two opponents on the day, first beating the University of Utah 9-0 and then Arizona State […]

Mizzou Tennis Takes the Sting out of the Shockers with a 4-2 Victory

The Mizzou tennis team had it’s first win over the Witchita State shockers since 2013 on Wednesday afternoon in Wichita, Kan. The closely fought battle resulted in the Tigers victory in four of five singles matches, improving the team to a 6-1 record. SINGLES Sophomore Ellie Wright stepped up first with a tied score of […]

Tigers Upset Aggies in Overtime Thriller

Jonathan Friess, 23Sports The Missouri Tigers hosted the 18th ranked Texas A&M Aggies (18-5,7-3) at Mizzou Arena, after coming off a loss against the Louisiana State University Tigers in Baton Rouge. The Tigers were able to pull out a nail-biting win over the Aggies with the help of Senior Guard Sophie Cunningham’s double-double (22 points […]

Tight defense not enough for the Tigers to upset No. 1 ranked Tennessee

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports Despite holding the Volunteers to their second-lowest amount of points scored this season, Mizzou Men’s Basketball (11-10, 2-7) lost 72-60 at No. 1 Tennessee (21-1, 9-0) on Tuesday. The Tigers played tight defense against the Volunteers throughout the game, but Tennessee gained momentum and extended their lead in the second half […]

COLUMN: Suspicious Sanctions: NCAA’s Odd Standards for Judging Academic Dishonesty

Bradley Davis, 23 Sports By now you have probably heard of the harsh punishment levied by the NCAA against the University of Missouri. In short, They found the Mizzou guilty of academic misconduct in relation to the interactions between tutor Yolanda Kumar and 12 student athletes. Along with a one year postseason ban for the […]

NCAA Drops the Hammer on Missouri Athletics

Jacob Lang, 23 Sports Exec COLUMBIA – The NCAA announced a decision Thursday morning to place sanctions on the University of Missouri athletic program. The sanctions come after a violation of NCAA ethical conduct, academic misconduct, and academic extra benefits rules by a former tutor in the Missouri athletic program, in which the tutor completed […]