• Mizzou softball starts off season strong Posted on 9 February 2020 at 6:32pm

    CLEARWATER -Mizzou capped off a perfect start to the season with a 5-1 win over Louisville on Sunday afternoon.

    The Tigers went 5-0 in the NFCA Leadoff Classic.They defeated Notre Dame, South Alabama, Baylor, Louisville and No. 8 Minnesota.

  • No. 24 Mizzou wrestling fall short of comeback in loss to No. 5 Arizona State Posted on 9 February 2020 at 5:55pm

    COLUMBIA - After getting off to a slow start, No. 24 Mizzou started to claw their way back into the match, but fell short to No. 5 Arizona State.

    The Tigers were staring at defeat as they were down 18-3, but they started to turn it around as they put themselves within five.

  • Dallas defeats St. Louis in overtime Posted on 9 February 2020 at 12:20am

    ST. LOUIS - The Blues lost their second straight game Saturday night falling to the Dallas Stars 3-2 in overtime.

    In a high scoring first period St. Louis jumped out to a 2-0 lead courtesy of two goals from Colton Parayko. Dallas got one back before the end of the period off of a power play goal scored by Jamie Benn.

  • Blues retiring Chris Pronger's jersey Posted on 8 February 2020 at 7:26pm

    ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Blues announced on Saturday that they would be retiring former Hart Trophy and Norris Trophy winner Chris Pronger's No. 44 jersey next season at the Enterprise Center.

    Pronger will be the eighth player in franchise history to have his jersey retired by the team. He was named one of the "100 Greatest Players" by the NHL and he was also a four-time All Star with the Blues. Pronger spent nine seasons with the Blues from 1995 to 2004.

  • Columbia College Men fall short against Freed-Hardeman Posted on 8 February 2020 at 6:27pm

    COLUMBIA, MO - The Columbia College Cougars Men's team fell short against the Freed-Hardeman Lions on Saturday losing 68-66.

    The Cougars had the advantage in the first half against the Lions, going up 36-35 before halftime. Each team's offense was very effective against the opposing defense, scoring at will.

  • Mizzou defeats Arkansas in overtime thriller Posted on 8 February 2020 at 5:21pm

    COLUMBIA - The Mizzou Tigers defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks, 83-79, in an overtime thriller Saturday afternoon.

    The Tigers were able to overcome the poor shooting performance in the first half to lead at halftime, 36-30. Reed Nikko showed out in the first half with 7 points and 6 rebounds. Xavier Pinson also had 7 points at halftime for the Tigers. Mason Jones and the rest of the Razorback starters kept it close throughout the half.

  • No. 15 ranked Cougars fall to Lions Posted on 8 February 2020 at 4:16pm

    COLUMBIA, MO - The No. 15 ranked Columbia College Cougars Women's team was defeated by the No. 13 Freed-Hardeman University Lions on Saturday, 74-69.

    The Cougars looked to come away win another win on Saturday to make it three straight. Columbia College had a strong first quarter, putting up 17 points and keeping the game within four. Freed-Hardeman pulled away in the second quarter and only allowed the Cougars to score four points. The Lions led 34-21 at halftime.

  • XFL Season Preview: St. Louis Battlehawks Posted on 8 February 2020 at 3:51pm

    ST. LOUIS, MO - Since the departure of the Rams in 2016, the city of St. Louis has been without professional football. Vince McMahon and Oliver Luck have brought it back. 

    The XFL comeback has been in the works for a couple years and has finally come to fruition. The league has eight teams across the country in Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Seattle, New York, Washington D.C., Tampa and St. Louis. It has TV deals with ESPN, ABC and the Fox Sports Networks for this season and next season.

  • Every dog from a Kansas City shelter found a home thanks to Chiefs player Posted on 7 February 2020 at 9:29pm

    (CNN) -- Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi vowed to pay the adoption fees for more than 100 dogs if his team won the Super Bowl.

    The Chiefs won. And Nnadi made good on his promise.

  • "We're beating ourselves": Arkansas awaits as Tigers seek a much-needed momentum boost Posted on 7 February 2020 at 8:36pm

    COLUMBIA - For the near-month he was out injured with a stress fracture, Jeremiah Tilmon Jr. gained a new perspective.

    As Missouri men's basketball slogged its way to a 2-6 record without the junior big man in the lineup, Tilmon, in street clothes on the bench, kept a keen eye on the Tigers.