• Mid-Missourian Christian Cantwell Goes for Gold

    Posted 7:43 AM 8/3/2012 by Kamen Entchev

    ELDON - Christian Cantwell, a graduate of Eldon High School and the University of Missouri, will try to win Olympic Gold on Friday in the shot put competition. Cantwell qualified in 9th place for the finals with a throw of 20.41 meters Friday morning.  The finals begin at (More)

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  • Throwing for the Gold

    Posted 8:26 PM 7/29/2012 by Eric Blumberg

    COLUMBIA - In his second shot at Olympic gold, Columbia's Christian Cantwell is preparing differently, he's blocked out all distractions. Cantwell says Mid-Missouri's hope for an Olympic medal is riding on his shoulders but he's running out of opportunities... so he has to make it count.

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  • Missouri Makes a Showing in the 2012 Olympics

    Missouri Makes a Showing in the 2012 Olympics

    Posted 11:22 AM 7/27/2012 by Maggie Miller

    Meet the 2012 Olympians from Missouri:

     Brittany Borman will toss the javelin for U.S. Track & Field. She grew up in Festus and attended the University of Oklahoma. She is a four-time NCAA Champion. For Brittany's full (More)

  • Cantwell Ready for Another Shot at Olympic Gold

    Posted 8:56 PM 7/13/2012

    COLUMBIA -- Former Missouri Tiger Christian Cantwell will throw the shot putt in his second straight Olympics on August 3rd.  At the Olympics Trials last month, Cantwell finished third.
    He says he is one of six throwers with a shot at Olympic gold.

    There are 530 americans competing in the Olympics but Cantwell says he won't participate in opening ceremonies or go to other events. He wants gold and all the admiration that comes with it.

     

     

  • Olympic Trials and Error for Mid-Missouri Athletes

    Posted 8:32 PM 6/24/2012

    EUGENE, OR -- A few other athletes from the mid-MO area took their shot at joining Team USA in London for this year's Olympic Games.

    Former Jefferson City High School pole vaulter Vera Neuenswander. Sadly, she failed to record a height in three attempts at 13-feet-11 and a quarter inches. (More)

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  • Cantwell Earns Another Shot at Olympic Gold

    Posted 8:31 PM 6/24/2012

    EUGENE, OR -- A few familiar Columbia faces were seen at the U.S. Track and Field Olympic Trials. To make this summer's Olympic team, you first have to finish as one of the top in your event. Eldon native, former Mizzou All-American, and current Columbia resident Christian Cantwell is trying to (More)

  • Cantwell in Final Stages of Olympic Trial Preparations

    Cantwell in Final Stages of Olympic Trial Preparations

    Posted 7:59 PM 6/14/2012

    COLUMBIA -- Missouri's most famous former track and field athlete is eyeing a return to the Olympic podium. Christian Cantwell won a silver medal in the shot put in 2008.

    Cantwell is in the last stages of preparations for the 2012 Summer Olympics Trials later this month. He has dealt with (More)

  • MVC Alumna Selected as USA Athletic Trainer for 2012 Olympics

    MVC Alumna Selected as USA Athletic Trainer for 2012 Olympics

    Posted 8:04 AM 5/11/2012

    MARSHALL, MO -- Missouri Valley College Alumna Carrie (Harmon) Moore ‘99 has been selected to serve as an athletic trainer for the United States' women's wrestling team at the 2012 Olympic Games that begin on June 27 in London, England. Moore was selected by Coach Terry Steiner (More)

  • Schulte Selected for USAAI Aruba Friendship Series Squad

    Schulte Selected for USAAI Aruba Friendship Series Squad

    Posted 11:35 AM 5/5/2012

    FULTON, MO -- Adding to her fourth consecutive all-AMC selection, senior Kelsey Schulte was recently selected as a member of the USA Athletes International squad that will compete this summer in the Aruba Friendship Softball Series, June 18-25. The pitcher/outfielder will be part of a team (More)

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  • Five Tigers Set for Wrestling Olympic Trials

    Five Tigers Set for Wrestling Olympic Trials

    Posted 9:22 AM 4/17/2012

    COLUMBIA -- Five current and former members of the Missouri wrestling program will get the chance to reach their goal of competing in this year's Olympic Games in London, as the 2012 Olympic Trials are set for April 21-22 in Iowa City, Iowa. All five grapplers will be competing in the men's (More)

  • Photos: Missouri Wins First Big 12 Wrestling Title

    Photos: Missouri Wins First Big 12 Wrestling Title

    Posted 4:17 PM 3/4/2012 by Peter Terpstra

    COLUMBIA - Missouri won its first Big 12 Wrestling Tournament in program history Saturday.

    The Tigers sent eight wrestlers to the finals and had nine wrestlers qualify for the NCAA Tournament.

    Out of the eight finalists, four wrestlers came out as champions: Alan Waters at 125 (More)

  • Blitz to Assist U-23 U.S. National Team in Four Nations Tournament

    Blitz to Assist U-23 U.S. National Team in Four Nations Tournament

    Posted 5:05 PM 2/20/2012

    COLUMBIA -- University of Missouri soccer Head Coach Bryan Blitz will travel to La Manga, Spain, as an assistant coach of the U-23 U.S. Women's National Team. The team will spend two weeks training and participating in the Four Nations Cup.

    Blitz will assist U-23 Head Coach Randy Waldrum (More)

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  • W. Golf. Tigers Lead the Way at Johnie Imes

    Mizzou Women's Golf is holding onto a three-stroke lead after two rounds of play at the Johnie Imes Invitational. The Tigers finished the day 14-under par (282-280--562) to surpass Kansas State who is currently in second with a score 11-under par.

  • Football. Shane Ray Named SEC Defensive Line Player of the Week

    This is the second weekly honor that Ray has garnered in what is quickly becoming an award-worthy season. He was named the SEC Defensive Player of the Week for his 7-tackle performance in a win over UCF on Sept. 13th, which included four tackles for loss, two sacks and a...

  • M. Golf. Mizzou Golf Wins Patriot Intercollegiate

    Ryan Zech fired a 4-under-par 67 to win his second tournament of the fall and lift Mizzou Golf to a three-shot win at the Patriot Intercollegiate on Monday afternoon in Virginia.

  • W. Volleyball. Mizzou Heads to Oxford For Nationally-Televised Contest at Ole Miss

    Winner of seven of its last eight and 20 consecutive SEC matches, Mizzou volleyball will face a tough road test at Ole Miss on Wednesday (Oct. 1). The Rebels come into Wednesday's match at 14-2 and 0-2 in SEC play but boast an unblemished 7-0 home record. Mizzou is 2-1...

  • W. Golf. Women's Golf Among Top Three at Johnie Imes

    Mizzou Women's Golf is currently in second place with a score 6-under par (282) after 18 holes of play at The Johnie Imes Invitational. Mizzou and the Club at Old Hawthorne are hosting the invitational Monday, Sept. 29 and Tuesday, Sept. 30. Tournament play began at 8:15 a.m. in a...