The St. Louis area continues to produce top quality girls basketball talent that has gone on to excel at the NCAA Division I level.
Ole Miss senior point guard Breein Tyree was open at the top of the key down three with under 10 seconds to play. His primary defender, Missouri guard Dru Smith, slipped after Tyree stepped on his foot and the All-SEC selection from last season rose up for the game-tying shot.
Former Missouri and Hickman wrestler J’den Cox won the 92-kilogram title bout 4-1 over Belarus’ Ivan Yankouski on Monday at the World Wrestling Championships in Budapest, Hungary, to capture his first international gold.
With nine hours remaining until Wednesday night’s deadline to withdraw from 2018’s NBA Draft, Missouri forward Jontay Porter announced his decision.The freshman who reclassified last August to play for Missouri with his brother and projected NBA lottery pick Michael Porter Jr. will return to…
The Mizzou men endured a bit of a soap opera season. The Tigers welcomed a new coach, new stars and new attention. The team also waved bon voyage to numerous players, several via transfers and another due to disciplinary action. Michael Porter Jr.’s well-chronicled back surgery turned the en…
Of the 68 participants in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, which includes the “First Four” participants who played Tuesday and Wednesday, 15 have African-American/minority head coaches at their helm.
Call me an optimist, but I’m still confident Missouri will march into the NCAA Tournament – and coach Cuonzo Martin’s team won’t need Michael Porter Jr., accomplish the feat.
Somebody, somewhere must have put roots on Mizzou’s athletic program. How else is it possible to explain the infamous Fifth Down Game, Tyus Edney’s shot, Kelly Thames’ injury, Ricky Clemons’ and Dorial Green-Beckham’s legal woes or Michael Porter Jr.’s hernia? It seems that whenever the pros…
East St Louis will be well-represented Saturday night when the Bragging Rights college basketball game between Missouri and Illinois game returns to the Scott Trade Center.
Many Mizzou fans feared the worst regarding the mysterious injury to highly-touted freshman Michael Porter Jr. Today those fears came true.
Certain things in the universe are meant to be together. Peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, Batman and Robin and spades and smack talk all apply. One pairing that belongs on this list but has been missing for far too long is Mizzou vs Kansas, particularly on the hardwood.
This week’s track notebook will be a collegiate edition as the St. Louis metro area had several athletes who competed at last week’s NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon. The area was represented well as a number of athletes earned All-American recognition.
No too long ago at the University of Missouri, those awful black football players supported those awful black students who were part of that awful Black Lives Matter movement. The threat to boycott a game and the resulting administrative changes led to an awfully lot of money being withdrawn…
Missouri got their man in coach Cuonzo Martin, and the Tigers could be in the 2018 NCAA Tournament if he indeed brings five-star player Michael Porter, Jr. to Columbia.
Cuonzo Martin is headed back to the Midwest. Martin resigned as the head coach at the University of California on Tuesday and has reportedly agreed to become the next basketball coach for the Missouri Tigers.
Missouri is officially on the recruiting trail for a men’s basketball coach after Kim Anderson stepped down on Sunday, March 5 with two years remaining on his contract.
In 2015, former Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel and his right hand man, assistant coach Cornell Ford, landed the best football recruit from the East side since the late great Damien Nash in Terry Beckner Jr.
Columbia, Missouri native J'den Cox entered the Olympic Trials for American wrestling this past weekend as a longshot in the 86 kilogram freestyle division, coming off his second NCAA Championship win in his junior season at Mizzou.
This weekend two native Missourians will have the opportunity to elevate themselves to superstar status. Both will have to overcome their statuses as heavy underdogs in order to achieve this.
The 2016 NCAA Division 1 Wrestling Championships took a break from St. Louis this year. Not to worry area, wrestling fans; the championships will be back in St. Louis in 2017 at the Scottrade Center. This year's championships were held in the most famous arena of them all – Madison Square Ga…