The Best Moments in Baseball History

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports As I’m sure anybody reading this column knows, UMBC pulled off one of the greatest upsets in not only college basketball history, but in sports period. It made for an incredible moment for sports fans everywhere. Watching the Retrievers dominate Virginia really got me thinking about this week’s column, so I […]

Mizzou Baseball Drops First SEC Series to LSU

Zac Aron, 23 Sports Reporter The No. 21 Missouri Tigers baseball team had a rough start to their SEC season, dropping the opening series two games to one at the hands of the No. 16 LSU Tigers over the weekend. Coming into the SEC opener with a record of 3-0, Mizzou’s starter Bryce Montes De […]

Another NBA Podcast Week #14: Playoff Races, Music/Movie Nostalgia, UMBC, and More!

This week on Another NBA Podcast we talk about the Eastern and Western Conference playoff races, the miraculous UMBC Retrievers, our favorite (and least favorite) music genres, and more! Tony Albertini, Ben Clanin, Robert Soltero, and Josiah Schueneman joined me and it was a blast. Make sure to give this week’s episode a listen!

Mizzou Wrestling Tackles National Championships

Kayla Lindberg, 23 Sports Coming off an undefeated season, seven Mizzou wrestlers went into the NCAA Wrestling Championships hoping to come out as, you guessed it, champions. Mizzou finished sixth as a team, carrying with them four All-American wrestlers. Two Tigers made it to the semifinals but were unable to attain a championship victory. Four […]

Mizzou Golf Earns Second Championship in Phoenix

Chance Sticklen, 23 Sports It was a dominating weekend for Mizzou golf in the dessert. From tee to green, the Tigers dominated the links, capturing their second championship of the season. The Tigers tallied up a score of two under par, 279-278-293 — 850 over the two day tournament in the Grand Canyon University Invitational. […]

Cunningham’s 35 Points Not Enough as No. 5 Missouri Comes Up Short Against No. 12 Florida Gulf Coast

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter Sophie Cunningham tied a season high with 35 points, but the offense of No. 12 seed Florida Gulf Coast proved to be too much, upsetting No. 5 seed Missouri 80-70 on Saturday in the Stanford Region. China Dow was fantastic off the bench for the Eagles, leading the team in […]

Mizzou tennis drops fifth straight to LSU

Chance Sticklen, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers tennis team traveled to Baton Rouge on Saturday, still seeking their first conference win of the season. Standing in their way were the Tigers of LSU. Since opening up SEC play on March 2, the Tigers had dropped each of their four matchups, all against teams ranked in […]

Mizzou Gymnastics Sends off Seniors with State of Missouri Meet Win

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers gymnastics team had their final home match of the season Friday night, and they came out ready to dominate. The Tigers posted their second highest score of the year, a 196.800, in a victory over both Lindenwood (195.200) and Southeast Missouri State (192.500). The Tigers outscored their competition […]

No. 9 Florida State Holds off No. 8 Missouri in Opening Round

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter Mfiondu Kabengele posted a double-double off the bench and No. 9 seeded Florida State used a dominant first half to knock off No. 8 seeded Missouri 67-54 on Friday in the West Region. Kabengele, along with the entire bench, provided great minutes for the Seminoles. Kabengele filled the stat sheet, […]

Mizzou Tennis Drops Fourth Straight

Emerson Stephens, 23 Sports The Mizzou tennis team lost their fourth straight match on Thursday, falling 4-0 to No. 42 Texas A&M. The Tigers started the competition well with the pair of  Mackenzy Middlebrooks and Ellie Wright dominating the first match and winning 6-0. The two other doubles matches were claimed by the Aggies. Amina […]

Mizzou Basketball Preview vs. Florida State

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports For the first time in five years, and the 27th time in program history, the Missouri Tigers Men’s Basketball team is heading to the Big Dance to take on the Florida State Seminoles. Thanks to a 20-12 season Mizzou was able to lock up an eight seed in the West Region […]

NCAA Tournament South Preview

Hank Noah, 23Sports The NCAA regular season lasts roughly five months. It starts in November, when teams typically begin the season playing smaller schools and destroying them. This builds the confidence of everyone but the little guys. In the months ahead, an infinite number of scenarios can occur. Teams could gel, players could get in […]

Illinois Sweeps Missouri in Both Games of Wednesday Doubleheader

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports The Illinois Fighting Illini rode big offensive performances from Kiana Sherlund and Bella Loya to help take both matchups against the Missouri Tigers in a doubleheader on Wednesday. Illinois won the first game, 5-2, and in the second game, despite a late push by Missouri, they hung on to win by […]

Midwest Bracket Preview

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports. A quick glance up and down the Midwest bracket of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament shows a variety of teams that have the firepower to emerge victorious both in their region and in the entire tournament. The No. 1 seeded Kansas Jayhawks appear to have the easiest route of the […]

West Region Roundup

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports There’s a pretty good chance the west region ends up giving us the most maddness this March. This bracket includes by far the weakest one seed, an extremely talented two seed, hot as can be three and four seeds, and some five through ten seeds that can absolutely make some noise. […]

NCAA Tournament East Region Preview

Jacob Lang, 23 Sports There is no better time to be a basketball fan than March.  The NCAA Tournament’s opening weekend brings us a seemingly endless stream of basketball pitting perennial powerhouses against overlooked underdogs.  With this stream of basketball comes a stream of predictions and analysis by professionals and casual fans.  This year’s East […]

Mizzou Baseball Wins Ninth Straight

Chance Sticklen, 23 Sports The No. 24 Missouri Tigers baseball team, who have been just dominant all season, came out hungry and ready to play Tuesday night, stretching their winning streak to nine games, with a win over No. 20 Wichita State, 9-4. Mizzou’s Tyler LaPlante took the mound for the Tigers, working eight innings, […]

Mizzou Women’s Swimming and Diving Team to Take to Pool for NCAA Championships

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports Eleven Missouri Tigers qualified to compete in the 2018 NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, held in the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on the campus of The Ohio State University from March 14 through the 17. Nine Tigers will be swimming, while two will be diving. Seniors Sharli Brady, Erin Metzger-Seymour, Hannah […]

Mizzou Softball Drops All Three Games in SEC Opener

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers softball team lost all three games of their Southeastern Conference opening series against the No. 4 Tennessee Volunteers. In the first game of the series Mizzou was able to keep up with the Vols through six innings, racking up nine hits a drawing five walks. Mizzou was within […]

Tiger Tennis Falls to No. 4 Vanderbilt

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports Mizzou faced what might have been their toughest test of the season thus far on Friday at the Mizzou Tennis Complex in the the No. 4 ranked Vanderbilt Commodores. After two plus doubles matches that made it look like Missouri could hang with Vandy, the Tigers dropped all four singles matches […]