Missouri’s Dual Win Streak Extends to 24 as Tigers Knock off SIU-E

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports The sixth ranked Missouri Tigers Wrestling team hosted the Southern Illinois University- Edwardsville (SIU-E) Cougars on December 9th at the Hearnes Center. The Tigers were looking to extend their dual winning streak to 24 and trying to add their 10th straight MAC dual win. They did so in convincing fashion, notching […]

Tigers Women’s Basketball Outlast Perseverant Billikens

Ashley Wright, 23 Sports Missouri Women’s Basketball extended their win streak to five games on Sunday in a 74-62 win over the Saint Louis Billikens at Chaifetz Arena. The Tigers shared the ball effectively, and as a result, they received double-digit scoring from four different players. Senior guard Sophie Cunningham led all Tigers in scoring […]

Strong 3rd Quarter propels Tigers to Victory.

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports The No. 23 Missouri Tigers (7-2) came back to Mizzou Arena to host a game for the first time since November 19th. This time Missouri was focused on in state foe, University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) Kangaroos (2-6). The Tigers used a dominant third quarter to roll to a 66-59 victory. […]

Balanced Scoring Leads Tigers Past Mavericks

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports After a clutch overtime win over the UCF Knights, the Missouri Tigers (5-3) look to use that momentum as they face the University of Texas-Arlington Mavericks (3-6) at Mizzou Arena. The game was the third consecutive home game for Missouri, while the Mavericks came into this game looking to end a […]

Kelly Bryant Commits to Being a Missouri Tiger in 2019

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports It was a great day for Tiger fans and the Mizzou football program, as they got a pleasant announcement from not one but two of the best players on the transfer market. First came the highly anticipated announcement from former Clemson Quarterback Kelly Bryant, who committed to Coach Barry Odom via […]

Geist’s Late Game Heroics Propel Tigers over Knights

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports After a heartbreaking loss to the Temple Owls, the Tigers suited up against another AAC opponent, the Knights of Central Florida (6-1). Going into Sunday’s game against UCF, the Tigers were a 3-point underdog and were looking to avoid falling below .500 for the first time since the 2016-17 campaign. The […]

Strong Performance leads Tigers to 2nd place finish at Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports The No. 6 ranked Missouri Wrestling team traveled west to Las Vegas to participate in one of the premier college wrestling tournaments, the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, over the weekend. Overall the Tigers had a good tournament, finishing second out of ten teams. The Tigers were led by John Erneste […]

Turnover Prone Tigers fall to Temple

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports After a 2nd place finish at the Paradise Jam, the Tigers traveled back to Columbia to host the Temple Owls (5-1). The Tigers looked to bounce back from their loss against Kansas State as they took on the Temple Owls at Mizzou Arena. The game was fairly close throughout, but in […]

Tigers Cap Off Season and Senior Night with a 38-0 Win Over Arkansas

By Marcus Thomas, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers improved to 8-4 with a win over the now 2-10 Arkansas Razorbacks, 38-0 in a cold and rainy senior night game at Faurot Field in Columbia, MO Friday afternoon. The dominant victory is Mizzou’s fourth in a row and third straight Battle Line Rivalry win. Missouri opened […]

No. 23 Ranked Missouri Tigers Falls to No. 22 Ranked Tennessee Volunteers 3-1

Marcus Thomas, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers lost to the Tennessee Volunteers in four sets on November 14th at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers won the first set (25-19) before the Volunteers won the next three straight sets (25-21, 25-22, 25-22). The loss drops Mizzou’s record to 22-6 overall and 12-4 in SEC play and also […]

Tigers Face Rival Razorbacks on Black Friday Senior Day Battle

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports After the Tigers’ dominating win over the Tennessee Volunteers 50-17, they travel back to Columbia to defend their home turf for the final time of the 2018 season. The Arkansas Razorbacks head to Columbia for annual Battle Line Rivalry, which is a great opportunity for the Tigers to finish with eight […]

Tigers Finish As Runner-Up in Paradise Jam With Loss to No. 12 Kansas State

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports After coming off a win against Oregon State in the semifinals of the Paradise Jam, the Tigers faced No. 12 Kansas State, their first game of the season against a ranked opponent, in the championship game of the tournament. It was the 237th meeting between the former Big 12 rivals, but […]

Tigers Pick Up Semifinal Win in Paradise Over Oregon State

Jonathan Friess, 23 Sports Tigers pick up Semifinal win in Paradise After their three-point win over the Kennesaw State Owls in the first round of the Paradise Jam, the Tigers suited up against Pac-12 opponent Oregon State, who was coming off a win against Old Dominion in their first round matchup. The Tigers overcame their […]

Low-Scoring Third Quarter Leads to Scare for Mizzou Women’s Basketball, but Tigers Pull It Out

Sarah Bush, 23 Sports COLUMBIA- The University of Missouri women’s basketball team won its home opener against Missouri State on Tuesday night by a score of 65-61. The Tigers struggled offensively,shooting 41.5% from the floor and 14.3% from behind the arc. The Mizzou defense kept Mo. State to 36.5% from the floor, coming up strong […]

Mizzou Women’s Basketball to Take On MO. State

Sarah Bush, 23 Sports COLUMBIA- The University of Missouri women’s basketball team tips off its first home game today against Missouri State. The No. 16 Tigers are 1-0 on the season with a win over the Western Illinois Leathernecks. Missouri State lost its first game 63-60 to the Wichita State Shockers, so the Bears will […]

Missouri Wrestling Takes Down Old Dominion

Lauren Michelson, 23 Sports No.7 Missouri Wrestling came out on top against their first Mid-American Conference opponent of the season – the Old Dominion Monarchs, this past Sunday with a win by the final score of 40-3. The Tigers dominated from start to finish and improved to 2-0 on the season while Old Dominion fell […]

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 had strong days against stiff competition, however were unable to qualify for the national race […]

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 a four-game absence. In last weekend’s game, Quarterback Drew Locke passed Peyton Manning with 90 […]

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. With Missouri turning the ball over 25 times, it did not take long for Iowa […]

Tigers Open With Sluggish Win Over Central Arkansas

Tigers Open With Sluggish Win Over Central Arkansas

Photo by Gavin Curless 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 that Tigers fans can look back on if this team doesn’t have the level of […]