You might not expect the Missouri receiving corps to look much different this season, considering the Tigers lost just one senior receiver from the 2015 season.
One open scholarship filled, two — maybe one — to go.
Missouri’s Tanner Buschmann came in seventh in the discus Friday at the Spec Towns Invitational hosted by the University of Georgia.
Jordan Burroughs’ wife, Lauren, wrote him a note before his Olympic Team Trials match on Sunday telling him he was destined for greatness.
or the first time since joining the league, the Missouri softball team was swept by a Southeastern Conference foe Sunday as Georgia completed a three-game sweep with a 6-3 win Sunday.
Whatever the outcome, Barry Odom had a plan. With the future of satellite camps hanging in the balance, Missouri had to be prepared to act on the NCAA’s decision.
The Missouri baseball team slipped past Auburn 4-3 on Saturday to clinch the weekend series, taking the final two games.
No. 10 Georgia scored in all five innings Saturday, beating the No. 14 Missouri softball team 10-0 at University Field.
The Georgia Bulldogs scored 11 runs in the final four innings and rallied for a 12-4 win against Missouri in softball action Friday.
For the third time this season, Tanner Houck threw nine scoreless innings as the Missouri baseball team beat Auburn (15-16, 3-8 Southeastern Conference) 2-0 on Friday at Taylor Stadium.
COLUMBIA — Missouri’s one big inning didn’t match up to Auburn scoring in seven different innings as Missouri lost 11-9 on Thursday at Taylor Stadium.
The Missouri football team resumed practice Tuesday after a week off for spring break. Some players brought back a tan, but none were more orange than Marvin Zanders.
SIU-Edwardsville had the go-ahead run at the plate in the top of the ninth inning, but Missouri’s Austin Tribby closed out the game with a strikeout to seal the 9-6 win for the Tigers at Taylor Stadium.
The Missouri softball team entered Saturday’s game on its first two-game losing streak of the season. The Tigers didn’t let it reach three, and now they’re on a winning streak.
It took the Missouri baseball team eight games to pick up its first Southeastern Conference win. The Tigers didn’t wait nearly that long to get their second.