• Tigers beat Aggies, 62-58, win fifth straight Posted on 13 February 2018 at 10:48pm

    COLUMBIA - The Missouri men's basketball team continued its winning ways on Tuesday, taking down Texas A&M 62-58.

    The matchup between the Tigers and Aggies featured two of the SEC's hottest teams, with both schools entering the contest with four game win streaks. 

  • Mizzou men ride four-game winning streak into Tueday Posted on 13 February 2018 at 5:14pm

    COLUMBIA - The Missouri Tigers welcome No. 21 Texas A&M (17-8) to Columbia for a 6 o’clock tip on Tuesday. With a win, the Tigers would match a season-high five-game winning streak and move to 18-8 on the season, 8-5 (SEC).

  • No. 13 Missouri women's basketball picks up third straight win Posted on 12 February 2018 at 10:53pm

    FAYETTEVILLE - Missouri Women’s Basketball picked up its third straight win on the road against Arkansas 84-58.

    The Tigers led wire-to-wire. Missouri used a 21-2 run in the first quarter to take a 33-14 lead. The 33 points is the Tiger's most points scored in a quarter all season.

  • Missouri women's basketball improves ranking Posted on 12 February 2018 at 6:49pm

    COLUMBIA - Missouri women's basketball improved their Associated Press ranking to No. 13 on Monday. 

    The move follows Missouri's victories over Kentucky and Florida last week. Sophie Cunningham and Cierra Porter stole the show in both outings, combining for about half of Missouri's points in each. 

  • Kassius Robertson receives back-to-back honors Posted on 12 February 2018 at 5:15pm

    COLUMBIA - Kassius Robertson received his second-straight Southeastern Conference Player of the Week title on Monday, following Missouri's sweep of the Mississippi schools last week.

    Robertson was a key factor in Missouri's victories over Ole Miss and Mississippi State last week, tallying the team highs of 27 and 22 points, respectively.

  • First-time ice skaters learn the ropes this Olympic season Posted on 20 February 2018 at 9:30pm

    Jefferson City - In mid-Missouri, there are few opportunities to take to the ice like your favorite Olympic figure skater, speed skater or hockey player.

    Jefferson City's Washington Park Ice Arena is looking to expand those opportunities.

  • Coach remembered for legacy in Centralia Posted on 10 February 2018 at 5:08pm

    CENTRALIA - Former basketball players stepped onto their old court to remember their beloved coach and friend.

    Centralia High School held a memorial for Hall of Fame Coach Jim Enlow on Saturday. The memorial was held in the Centralia High School gym.

  • Michael Porter Jr. confirms he'd like to return this season Posted on 9 February 2018 at 6:06pm

    COLUMBIA - Michael Porter Jr. addressed multiple rumors involving his return to the court today when he took questions from local media for the first time since January 2nd. 

    The freshman, who has been sidelined with injury since the season opener in November, said he would like to return to the floor for the Tigers. However, Porter said that the decision to return would be made by a doctor, not him. 

  • No. 3 Missouri Wrestling boasts seven nationally-ranked wrestlers Posted on 8 February 2018 at 9:50pm

    COLUMBIA – Missouri Wrestling added yet another impressive label to its 2017-2018 campaign as seven Tigers received national rankings per the NCAA Coaches Panel rankings.

    Jaydin Eiermann received the highest honor of the bunch, earning the number one ranking in the 141-pound weight class. Eiermann, a redshirt sophomore from Columbia, is one of four Tigers on the year with at least 20 wins and received the NCAA Wrestler of the Week for the week of Jan. 31.

  • The man with a few hundred sons Posted on 15 February 2018 at 3:59am

    FAYETTE - Thirty-three years ago, Jeff Sherman took the court as the head coach of the Central Methodist Eagles for the first time.

    "We had promised to stay three to five years. [The athletic director and President] wanted us to stay three to five years, that was the agreement, not just to go and leave real quick," Sherman said. "Never in our wildest dreams would this have turned out to be a thirty-three year gig."