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)
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Posted 11:44 AM 4/2/2013 by Associated Press
COLUMBIA (AP) - Missouri point guard Phil Pressey says he's weighing whether to return for his senior season or leave school for the NBA draft.
Pressey remained uncertain when asked about his future shortly after the Tigers' 84-72 NCAA tournament loss to Colorado State on March 21. He has (More)
Posted 7:24 PM 4/1/2013 by Associated Press
COLUMBIA (AP) - Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith is joining the Miami-driven effort to throw out a pending infractions case that largely relies on testimony by a convicted felon and has been ridiculed for the mistakes of NCAA investigators.
Attorney Wally Bley said Monday that (More)
Posted 6:12 PM 4/1/2013 by Andrew Carter
SALISBURY - Senior forward Austin Francis was a major contributor for the Salisbury Panthers. The team won state behind Francis who was the second-leading scorer in all of Class 2A.
The year was filled with victories and triumph, but was a season that almost never was.(More)
Posted 4:07 PM 4/1/2013
COLUMBIA - Mizzou Women's Basketball head coach Robin Pingeton announced Monday that sophomore point guard Kyley Simmons has decided to transfer from MU due to personal reasons. Simmons averaged 3.5 points per game this season while shooting 33-percent from the floor and just over 29-percent from (More)
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Posted 2:53 PM 4/1/2013
COLUMBIA - Former Missouri guard Keion Bell will be in action Final Four weekend as he competes in the 25th annual State Farm College Slam Dunk and 3-Point Championships on April 4 at McCamish Pavilion on the campus of Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
The 25th annual event, which will showcase the (More)
Posted 9:38 PM 3/27/2013
COLUMBIA -- The Cougar men's basketball team finished the 2012-13 season with a No. 5 national ranking in the NAIA Postseason Top 25 Poll released on Wednesday. National Champion Georgetown (Ky.) College earned the No. 1 spot, followed by SAGU (Texas), Lindsey Wilson (Ky.), and LSU-Shreveport (More)
Posted 9:33 PM 3/27/2013
COLuMBIA -- The Lady Cougar basketball team finished the 2012-13 campaign ranked 16th in the NAIA Postseason Top 25 Poll released Wednesday. Westmont (Calif.) College earned the top spot in the rankings after defeating Lee (Tenn.) University for the NAIA women's national championship. (More)
Posted 9:06 PM 3/23/2013 by Associated Press
SAN JOSE, CA (AP) - Oregon is riding its much-debated No. 12 seed all the way to the round of 16.
Damyean Dotson scored 23 points, Carlos Emory added 14 points and the hot-shooting Ducks sprinted past fourth-seeded Saint Louis 74-57 in the NCAA tournament Saturday night.
Dotson made (More)
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Posted 2:12 PM 3/22/2013
KANSAS CITY - Junior forward Priscila Santos can add another accolade to an already impressive resume, as she was named to the NAIA Second-Team All-American squad by the NAIA on Wednesday afternoon.
Posted 10:22 PM 3/21/2013 by Samantha Healey
LEXINGTON, KY - The Missouri Tigers fell to the Colorado State Rams 72-84 in their first game of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament on Thursday.
Colorado State took a 13-5 lead over the Tigers at the beginning of the first half. After a turnover by Pierce Hornung, Earnest Ross made a (More)
Posted 7:54 PM 3/21/2013 by Associated Press
LEXINGTON, KY (AP) -- Larry Eustachy is back in the NCAA tournament with yet another team.
The coach is making his second-consecutive appearance in the tournament, this year with Colorado State - the fourth team he's led to the NCAAs. Last year, he guided Southern Mississippi to the (More)
Clouds still hung over Mike A. Myers Stadium this morning as the Tigers began their final day of the NCAA West Preliminary Round. The weather dissipated in the afternoon, however, leaving the weather clear for three more NCAA Championship qualifiers and an impressive PR performance in the pole vault by...
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...