• Wrestling, Baseball-Softball, Squash Make Olympic Short List

    Wrestling, Baseball-Softball, Squash Make Olympic Short List

    Posted 10:56 AM 5/29/2013 by Associated Press

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) - Wrestling, squash and baseball-softball have made the IOC short list for inclusion in the 2020 Olympics.

    Three months after being dropped from the 2020 program, wrestling took a big step toward keeping its Olympic status.

    Eliminated from contention (More)

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  • Columbia Women Setting Records In Multiple Sports

    Posted 7:23 PM 3/17/2013 by Karl Roskamp

    COLUMBIA- It's just like any other weekend for Pat Okker. She does her long run, but this time a little bit shorter.

    That's because two weeks ago, at age 53, she ran her first marathon, and qualified to run the Boston marathon next year.

    "I do it because it's fun," Okker said. "I would (More)

  • Thomas, Hudson Combine for No-Hitter

    Thomas, Hudson Combine for No-Hitter

    Posted 9:44 PM 3/15/2013

    OXFORD, Miss. - No. 8 Mizzou hit and pitched past Ole Miss to an 11-0 victory on Friday at the Ole Miss Softball Complex, using both Chelsea Thomas and Nicole Hudson to no-hit the Rebels. The Tigers were led offensively by Hudson and sophomore 3B Angela Randazzo, who both batted 2-for-2. Hudson (More)

  • No. 18 CMU Softball Splits Doubleheader

    No. 18 CMU Softball Splits Doubleheader

    Posted 10:42 PM 3/8/2013

    GULF SHORES, Ala. - Jacqulin Cappuccilli's RBI single in the bottom of the eighth inning helped No. 18 Central Methodist avenge a 2012 postseason loss to No. 7 William Carey (Miss.). The Eagles (2-3) defeated the Lady Crusaders 2-1 on Friday, highlighting a split of a pair of games on the first (More)

  • Cougar Softball Drops Two

    Cougar Softball Drops Two

    Posted 10:14 PM 3/8/2013

    GULF SHORES, AL - The Cougar softball team dropped a pair of games Friday at the Gulf Shores Invitational, falling to Spring Hill (Ala.) College 3-0 in game one and 9-1 to Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) College in game two. The two losses drop Columbia to 3-3 on the year.

    The Badgers of Spring Hill (More)

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  • Mizzou Gymnastics Loses on Senior Night

    Mizzou Gymnastics Loses on Senior Night

    Posted 9:30 PM 3/8/2013

    COLUMBIA - Mizzou Gymnastics fell to Illinois 196.300-194.125 on Senior Night at the Hearnes Center on Friday.

    The meet was the final home competition for seniors Tori Howard, Sandra Ostad and Brittany Bendoff and junior Taylor Medrea. Medrea closed her home season on a high note, setting a (More)

  • Walk-Off Homerun Gives Mizzou Softball 2-0 Win

    Walk-Off Homerun Gives Mizzou Softball 2-0 Win

    Posted 9:09 PM 3/8/2013

    COLUMBIA - No. 5 Mizzou claimed its second Top 10 victory of the season and first-ever Southeastern Conference win with a two-run home run from sophomore 1B Kelsea Roth in the bottom of the seventh inning. The moon shot pushed the Tigers past No. 7 Texas A&M, 2-0, at University Field on (More)

  • Don't Call Them Friends; They're Brothers

    Posted 7:58 PM 2/24/2013 by Peter Terpstra

    COLUMBIA - Maybe you've heard of Hickman's J'den Cox.

    He's a four-time state wrestling champion at four different weights. He gave up 70 pounds to his opponents as a senior simply because he can and he's also a Missouri commit.

    Maybe you've even heard of his brother Drae Cox who was (More)

  • Season High on Floor Not Enough for Mizzou Gymnastics

    Season High on Floor Not Enough for Mizzou Gymnastics

    Posted 9:59 PM 2/22/2013

    COLUMBIA - The Tigers set a new season high on floor today, earning a team score of 48.800 on the event. Several gymnasts set new career highs at the meet as well, and sophomore Rachel Updike took first on the vault with a 9.950 score, which matches her career high.

    Senior Tori Howard also had (More)

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  • No. 6 Mizzou Wrestling Defeats No. 5 Ohio State, Advances to Semifinal

    No. 6 Mizzou Wrestling Defeats No. 5 Ohio State, Advances to Semifinal

    Posted 9:49 PM 2/22/2013

    MINNEAPOLIS - The Mizzou Wrestling program won eight of 10matches Friday night against No. 5 Ohio State to advance to the semifinal round of the 2013 NWCA Cliff Keen National Duals. Junior Alan Waters only needed three minutes and eight seconds to give the Tigers a lead that they would not (More)

  • Eubank and Updike Earn Event Titles in Loss at Kentucky

    Eubank and Updike Earn Event Titles in Loss at Kentucky

    Posted 9:02 PM 2/15/2013

    LEXINGTON, KY -- Missouri Gymnastics dropped a close contest to the Kentucky Wildcats on Friday. The Tigers put up a 194.125 to Kentucky's 194.250. Freshman Miranda Eubank took first on the bars, with a career high 9.900 score, and sophomore Rachel Updike also placed first on the vault with a (More)

  • Bonuchi Selected to Compete for USA at 2013 Canada Cup

    Bonuchi Selected to Compete for USA at 2013 Canada Cup

    Posted 9:18 PM 2/8/2013

    COLUMBIA -- Mizzou junior diver David Bonuchi was one of 10 divers selected to represent the United States at the 2013 Canada Cup, USA Diving announced on Friday. Bonuchi, who will participate on the men's 10-meter, will compete at the FINA Grand Prix meet May 2-5 in Gatineau, Quebec.

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  • Track. Garton with a Victory at Drake Relays

    DES MOINES, Ia. - Senior Macauley Garton finally claimed his Drake Relays title on Friday (April 24), after narrowly missing the winning finish at the 2014 with his second place finish. Garton took the lead among the collegians in the field early on, bouncing back from a rough opening round...

  • Baseball. No. 14 Mizzou Drops Series Opener at No. 8 Vanderbilt

    No. 14 Mizzou baseball dropped its series-opener with No. 8 Vanderbilt, 9-2, on Friday night (April 24) at Hawkins Field. Junior righty Reggie McClain (Duluth, Ga.) was tagged for eight runs on nine hits in his shortest outing of the season (2.2 innings). Mizzou put runners on base in the...

  • Baseball. Saturday's Mizzou-Vanderbilt Baseball Game Moved to Noon

    Mizzou baseball has moved game two of its series at Vanderbilt to a noon (CT) start at Hawkins Field due to a poor weather forecast on Saturday (April 25). The game was originally scheduled for a 1:30 p.m. first pitch. The time change will not alter the television plans as...

  • Football. Mizzou, Pinkel Agree to New Contract Terms

    The amended contract will keep Gary Pinkel on the Mizzou sideline through Dec. 31, 2021. Already the winningest coach in Mizzou history with 113 wins in 14 seasons, Pinkel will see an increase in his guaranteed salary to $4,020,000 per year.

  • Softball. No. 15 Mizzou Softball Set to Host No. 3 LSU in SEC Clash

    No. 15 Mizzou Softball hosts LSU in Southeastern Conference action this weekend. The heavyweight three-game series from April 25-27 begins Saturday at 2:00 p.m. CT. The first two games of the series on Saturday and Sunday will be streamed on SEC Network + and Monday night's finale will be featured...