• Columbia College sneaks past Eagles Posted on 6 February 2020 at 11:03pm

    COLUMBIA, MO - The Columbia College Cougars Men's team defeated the Williams Baptist University Eagles on Thursday, 69-66. The Cougars extend their win streak to four games.

    The Cougars struggled at first, allowing the Eagles to take an early lead, but went on to score eleven unanswered points thanks in part to Jack Fritsche. Columbia College went on to take a 35-23 lead into halftime.

  • Blues fall flat against Jets Posted on 6 February 2020 at 10:55pm

    ST. LOUIS, MO - The St. Louis Blues lost to the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday, 4-2. The season series ends in a tie at 2-2.

    The Blues offense looked good in the first period, putting up 18 shots, but couldn't get anything past Jets goalkeeper Connor Hellebuyck. The Jets' Jansen Harkins had the lone goal in the first period for either team. Andrew Copp and Jack Roslovic assisted on the goal.

  • Columbia College outfielder named NCBWA Rookie of the Week Posted on 6 February 2020 at 10:07pm

    COLUMBIA, MO - The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, NCBWA, have named Columbia College outfielder Wyatt Towe as their Rookie of the Week for January 27th to February 2nd.

    The Cougars opened up the season by sweeping Graceland University. Towe finished the series hitting .500, going two for three in the first game and one for three in the final game. He had one run in the series.

  • No.15 Cougars soar past Eagles, defeat WBU Posted on 6 February 2020 at 9:49pm

    COLUMBIA, MO - The No.15 ranked Columbia College Cougars defeated the William Baptist University Eagles 89-63 on Thursday.

    The Eagles looked like they could keep the game close against the Cougars in the first quarter after only being down five but that changed quickly.

  • Tigers snap skid, defeat Georgia 73-65 Posted on 6 February 2020 at 9:24pm

    ATHENS, GA - The Missouri Tigers Women's team traveled to Athens and defeated the Georgia Bulldogs on Thursday, 73-65.

    The game started with a back and forth first quarter with neither team being able to pull away. Georgia's Jenna Staiti dominated the Tiger's defense, scoring ten of the Bulldog's first quarter points. The two teams were tied at 16 going into the second quarter.

  • Preview: Missouri at Georgia WBB Posted on 6 February 2020 at 6:03pm

    ATHENS - The Missouri women's basketball team travels to Athens Thursday night, trying to bounce back against the Georgia Bulldogs after a heartbreaking loss at home against No. 25 Arkansas.

    The Tigers are 5-17 (2-7 in conference, Tied-11th in the SEC) and currently have a 3-game losing streak, all against ranked teams, including the aforementioned Arkansas game as Missouri led by 13 in the 4th quarter and Arkansas sent the game into overtime as the Razorbacks won 85-81 (OT).

  • Preview: Winnipeg Jets at St. Louis Blues Posted on 6 February 2020 at 5:26pm

    ST. LOUIS - The Winnipeg Jets come into St. Louis Thursday night to face the Blues as both teams try to make push for the postseason, but for different reasons.

    The Blues are 32-14-8 and are first in the Western conference, coming off a high-scoring shootout at home against Carolina as they defeated the Hurricanes 6-3.

  • Coach Drinkwitz ecstatic over Mizzou football commitment [embedded content] Posted on 5 February 2020 at 8:43pm

    COLUMBIA - Wednesday was National Signing Day for Mizzou football, and coach Eli Drinkwitz was fired up to fill out his new signing class.

  • Blues crush Canes on Edmundson's return to St. Louis Posted on 4 February 2020 at 10:50pm

    ST. LOUIS- The Blues took on the Carolina Hurricanes for the first time this season on Tuesday night, as Joel Edmundson made his return to the ice at Enterprise Center after winning the Stanley Cup as a Blue just last year.

    St. Louis kicked off the night honoring Edmundson and his contributions over four seasons in St. Louis with a ceremony. The team presented him with his Stanley Cup ring after flying his parents in for the event.

  • WWU Owls Darius Yohe Named AMC Athlete of the Week Posted on 3 February 2020 at 11:18pm

    FULTON - William Woods basketball center Darius Yohe earned his first American Midwest Conference athlete of the week honors on Monday night. 

    "The growth that Darius has shown is something I haven't seen from any player I've ever been around," William Woods Basketball Head Coach Charles Belt III said. "He's the most selfless player a coach could ask for and he's thriving simple because he's willing to give every ounce he has to help others."