Posted 2:09 PM 6/6/2013 by Tom Casselman
FAYETTE - Central Methodist University is adding a transfer player to its basketball roster for next season.
6'1" junior guard Tommy Powers spent the past two seasons at Colorado Northwestern Community College. This past season he averaged 12.5 points and five rebounds per game for the Spartans. He was honorable mention in the highly-regarded Scenic West Athletic Conference this past season. Powers joins the largest recruiting class CMU has had in 28 years.
Posted 7:14 PM 6/5/2013 by Ashley Colley
COLUMBIA -- Ex-Missouri basketball player Michael Dixon, Jr. has committed to play basketball at the University of Memphis. Dixon visited the Memphis campus on Tuesday, but the official announcement was not made until Wednesday evening.
Dixon left the Mizzou team in November after (More)...
Posted 2:51 PM 6/4/2013 by Associated Press
KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs began a three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday, their last set of offseason workouts before the training camp begins in late July.
New coach Andy Reid and quarterback Alex Smith have dominated the headlines, but there also have been a few unique (More)...
Posted 9:40 AM 6/2/2013 by Ashley Colley
COLUMBIA -- After a week of tryouts at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Mizzou's Carter Arey is now a part of Team USA. Arey was named one of 20 that made the first round of cuts for the 2013 USA Men's Wheelchair Basketball Team.
"Coach walked in with a list in his (More)...
Posted 12:35 PM 5/31/2013
JEFFERSON CITY - The Lincoln men's basketball team will host a special skills camp for kids involved with the Boys & Girls Club of the Capital City from June 3-6. The camp, which will begin at 1:00 p.m. CDT and run until 5:00 p.m. CDT, will be held in Jason Gym, with members of the Blue (More)...
Posted 7:11 AM 5/30/2013 by Associated Press
DESTIN, FL (AP) - The Southeastern Conference's basketball tournament is ready to settle down and Nashville could be home.
SEC Commissioner Mike Slive says league athletic directors voted unanimously to "authorize the conference to explore a primary site for the men's basketball (More)...