Posted 3:35 PM 4/17/2013
COLUMBIA - Mizzou sophomore Morgan Eye has been invited by USA Basketball to try out for the World University games competition squad. Tryouts will be held May 16-19 in Colorado Springs, Colorado at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
"I'm extremely honored for the opportunity to get to (More)
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Posted 5:33 PM 4/15/2013 by Ashley Colley
ATLANTA -- The Southeastern Conference and ESPN have postponed the highly anticipated announcement of a partnership to create an official SEC TV channel due to the tragic events that took place in Boston on Monday.
Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive and ESPN President John (More)
Posted 3:14 PM 4/15/2013
COLUMBIA - Missouri Women's Basketball finished the 2012-13 season on Sunday (April 14) with its annual end-of-season banquet. In addition to recognizing the four Tiger seniors, the event took a look back at the season. Several Tigers received team recognition at the event as well.
Posted 12:46 PM 4/15/2013 by Ashley Colley
COLUMBIA -- Nearly two-weeks after current Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith and the University of Miami filed motions to dismiss the NCAA case against them, the NCAA is responding. Current Interim Vice President of Enforcement Jonathan Duncan responded to the motions filed to drop the nearly (More)
Posted 8:09 PM 4/14/2013 by Associated Press
CORAL GABLES, FL (AP) - The interim leader of the NCAA office that conducted the investigation of Miami's athletic department believes the Hurricanes are "grasping at straws" such as making personal attacks against investigators in their efforts to get the case against them dismissed.
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Posted 3:00 PM 4/11/2013
COLUMBIA - Missouri Tiger basketball fans still have time to purchase tickets for the 2013 Missouri Basketball Awards Banquet. Limited seats remain for the April 15 event, which will celebrate the recently-completed 2012-13season.
Tickets for the 7 p.m. banquet start at $35 for the general (More)
Posted 10:59 AM 4/10/2013
COLUMBIA - Phil Pressey announced he will forgo his senior year at Missouri in order to make himself eligible for the NBA draft.
The following is a press release from Mizzou Basketball:
"Phil Pressey, Missouri's career leader in assists (580) and steals (196), will forgo his final (More)
Posted 11:20 PM 4/7/2013 by Ari Alexander
PARIS- If not for this scar on Paris Center Slater Stone's back, the Paris High School basketball court would be empty.
"I'm glad they found it when I was little," said Stone.
It's a reminder that pushes him to reach his goals, to get better each day, and to leave a mark.(More)
Posted 3:43 PM 4/4/2013
JEFFERSON CITY - Harold Robertson, one of the greatest players in the history of the Lincoln University men's basketball program, has been selected as an inductee into the MIAA Hall of Fame. Robertson, who led NCAA Division II in scoring with an MIAA record 34.5 points per game during the 1977-78 (More)
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Posted 1:39 PM 4/4/2013 by Ashley Colley
COLUMBIA -- The University of Miami has filed a motion to immediately conclude the NCAA case against them and current Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith. The nearly two-year long investigation against the University of Miami stems from allegations made by former booster and convicted felon (More)
Posted 11:21 AM 4/4/2013
COLUMBIA - University of Missouri signee Torren Jones has been selected to participate in the inaugural West Coast All-Star Classic on May 11 at the ShoWare Center in Kent, Washington. The first event of its kind on the West Coast, Jones will be one of 22 players from across the (More)
Posted 11:54 AM 4/2/2013
COLUMBIA - Missouri Basketball Head Coach Frank Haith announced on Tuesday that freshmen guards Dominique Bull and Negus Webster-Chan will transfer out of the program. Both student-athletes expressed an interest in more playing time and an ability to play closer to home as the reason (More)
Day two of the NCAA West Preliminary Round began with a six-hour delay as torrential rain and lightning strikes quickly forced a retreat into the neighboring football stadium. The competition must go on, however, and the Tigers responded well to the unexpected turn of events after the 8:00 p.m. restart....
Mizzou / Washington Game 2: Post-Game Notes
On a cool late-spring afternoon at University Field, Missouri Tiger softball came just short of the program's seventh Women's College World Series, losing to the Washington Huskies, 1-0, in game two of their NCAA Super Regional matchup. The loss, which brings the Tiger's season to a close, was in large...
Post game quotes from game one of the NCAA Columbia Super Regional. Washington 2, Missouri 1.