Chavis leads No. 12 Missouri past Vanderbilt in 81-70 Win

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Jordan Chavis put up a career-high 18 points on 6-of-8 shooting from 3-point range off the bench as No. 12 Missouri topped Vanderbilt 81-70 on Thursday night. Amber Smith also had 18 points to go along with 4 rebounds. Jordan Frericks scored 10 points, grabbed 8 rebounds, and dished out 6 […]

Mizzou competes at Tennessee Diving Invitational

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports The Mizzou men’s and women’s divers got a chance compete without their swim team counterparts at the Tennessee Diving Invitational from Wednesday January 3rd through Friday January 5th in Knoxville, Tennessee. Missouri was one of eight SEC teams to compete in the meet, along with Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, LSU, South […]

Tigers Knock Off Fourth-Ranked Gamecocks

Hank Noah, 23Sports Last year in the NCAA tournament, the South Carolina Gamecocks won their program’s first NCAA title as they beat Mississippi State 67-55. They finished the season with an extremely impressive 33-4 record. This season the Gamecocks sit at fourth ranked in the nation. They came into Sunday’s game against Mizzou with a […]

Missouri Men’s and Women’s Swim teams fall at Texas A&M

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports It was a rough day for both the men’s and women’s swim teams in College Station, Texas on Saturday as the Texas A&M Aggies celebrated their senior day with two victories. The #15 ranked Tiger men fell to the #9 Aggies 169-131, while the #10 ranked Mizzou women fell 169-118 to […]

Turnover in Final Seconds Hands Tigers Loss

Hank Noah, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers hosted the Florida Gators on Saturday at Mizzou Arena for MU’s second SEC game of the season. The Tigers came into the game sitting at 11-3 and 1-0 in conference play. MU had also won six of their last seven games headed into their match against the Gators. […]

Mizzou women fall to LSU in conference home opener

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports For the first time since November 10th, the Missouri women’s basketball team lost a game. The LSU Tigers, bolstered by a 32-10 run that spanned  from midway through the first quarter to near the end of the second, came away from Mizzou arena with a 69-65 win over the Missouri Tigers […]

Tigers Snap SEC Road Losing Streak

Hank Noah, 23 Sports The Missouri Tigers men’s basketball team has been dominant at home this season. The Tigers sit at 7-0 when playing games in Mizzou Arena. MU’s three losses on the year have come on the road or in neutral territory. Mizzou’s 3-3 record on the road is not something Tiger’s fans are […]

Tigers Win Again in First SEC Game

Hank Noah 23Sports The Missouri Tiger’s women’s basketball team, who are currently ranked sixteenth in the nation, has been absolutely destroying teams this season. Since losing their first game to Western Kentucky, Mizzou had won their last twelve games going into Sunday night’s game against Alabama. This incredible winning streak would continue for the Tigers […]

Red-Hot Tigers Face Off Against Texas in Texas Bowl

Hank Noah 23Sports The Missouri Tigers football team began their season with a resounding win over Missouri State. Mizzou routed the Bears, beating the 72-43. After that, the Tigers lost five games in a row. Four of those games were SEC matchups. Things were not looking good for MU at this point. Defensive coordinator Demontie […]

Mizzou unable to overcome rough start in Barggin’ Rights Loss

Seth Pollock, 23 Sports The Missouri basketball team traveled to the Scottrade Center Friday night in a matchup that saw two first year head coaches ushering in new eras for their respective programs getting their first crack at Braggin’ Rights, the annual game between Illinois and Missouri in St. Louis. Brad Underwood’s Illinois squad got […]

Missouri Squeaks by Stephen F. Austin in 82-81 Victory

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter Kassius Robertson recorded 23 points while shooting 5-9 from the three-point line including a clutch steal in crunch time while Jordan Barnett added 22 points and 6 rebounds as Missouri made enough plays down the stretch to hang on for a hard-fought 82-81 victory against Stephen F. Austin on Tuesday […]

Barnett’s Double-Double Leads Tiger’s to Fourth Straight Win

Hank Noah 23Sports The Missouri Tigers men’s basketball team matched up against the North Florida Ospreys on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Going into Saturday’s game, the Tigers sat at 8-2 while the Ospreys sat at 5-7. Mizzou’s season had lost a bit of hype after the team lost a potential top-five draft pick in Michael […]

Tigers Compete in Missouri Holiday Opener

Hank Noah, 23 Sports The 2018 NCAA indoor track-and-field season kicked off on Friday as Mizzou hosted the Missouri Holiday Opener. The Tigers were among five teams to participate on the day, and MU had a lot of success. Multiple Tigers won their events on the day. The Tigers had four men’s participants win their […]

No. 17 Missouri Defeats Saint Louis Behind Cierra Porter’s 23-point Night

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Reporter Cierra Porter put up 23 points along with 18 rebounds, and Sophie Cunningham added 15 points and 10 rebounds as the Missouri Tigers pulled away in the 4th quarter to beat the Saint Louis Billikens 70-58 on Friday night. Cierra Porter enjoyed her best game of her career, with 15 […]

Mizzou Volleyball Falls Short in Sweet 16

Caroline Rueve, 23 Sports Missouri Volleyball played number 1 Penn State in the Sweet Sixteen game of the NCAA Championship. This match concluded their 2017 season, with the Tigers finished 22-12. The Tigers were unable to change their luck of last season’s Sweet Sixteen loss to 2nd ranked Minnesota. The Nittany Lions dominated the court […]

Cunningham Drops 18 in Win

Hank Noah, 23Sports The 19th ranked Missouri Tigers took on the 1-6 New Orleans Privateers on Saturday at the Mizzou Arena. The Tigers, after dropping their season opener to Western Kentucky, had won six in a row coming into this game. On top of this, the Tigers were undefeated at home on the season. The […]

Mizzou Claims Victory Over KU in NCAA Tourney

Hank Noah, 23Sports Prior to Missouri leaving the Big 12 Conference to join the SEC in 2012, the Tiger’s played against the University of Kansas every year. This matchup was highly anticipated by fans on both sides and was known as the Border War. For years, tensions rose when Mizzou matched up against the Jayhawks. […]

Mizzou Volleyball Kicks off NCAA Tournament Play Against #19 Kansas

Ben Clanin, 23 Sports The Missouri Volleyball team heads to Wichita, Kansas to take on the Kansas Jayhawks in the first round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament. This will be the Tigers 14th appearance in the NCAA postseason since 2000, and their sixth bid in the last eight seasons. Mizzou looks to build upon a […]

Missouri Basketball Hangs on at UCF

Josiah Schueneman, 23 Sports Kassius Robertson and Jordan Barnett were each heavily contributors, dropping 19 points a piece, as Missouri squeaked by UCF to win 62-59 in Orlando Thursday night. Robertson was efficient throughout the night, shooting 7 for 11 from the field and an impressive 5 of 7 from the 3-point line. Jeremiah Tilmon […]


Seth Pollock, 23 Sports *NOTE: This power ranking isn’t necessarily just about ranking the best teams in the SEC 1-14. It’s about that, who has and who hasn’t been impressive, and who’s putting it together. Auburn 10-2, (7-1) Auburn didn’t just beat Alabama. They didn’t just outplay them. The Tigers dominated the Tide Saturday at […]