Countdown to Camp: Mizzou backfield
Mauk enters camp as clear-cut QB, with a tailback tandem ready to handle the running game.
W. Basketball. On the Prowl: Summer Highlights
The Tigers have been working so hard this summer, especially on the team's favorite workout, THE HILL! Check out this edition of On the Prowl to hear all about Mizzou's summer workouts!
NCAA suspends WR Copelin for 2014 season after failed drug test
Missouri’s depleted wide receiver group took another hit yesterday.
W. Volleyball. Mizzou Volleyball to be Featured on NCAA All-Access
On the heels of its first ever SEC Championship and a 35-1 season, Mizzou volleyball has been selected by the NCAA to be featured on the NCAA.com All-Access video franchise during the 2014 season. NCAA.com All-Access will give fans around the nation a unique look at what it is like to be a Mizzou volleyball player all season in weekly video updates.
General News. Mizzou Athletics Enters Final Stage Before SEC Network Launch
On May 2, 2013, the Southeastern Conference and ESPN announced a 20-year partnership that would maximize the league's exposure with the launch of the SEC Network. While Mizzou and SEC fans were expressing their excitement for an all-SEC, all-the-time Network, the Mizzou department of athletics and Mizzou Network Director Stan Silvey were busy planning.
General News. Tigers Spend the Summer in Service Through Coach for College
For most student-athletes, the summer months serve as a time to get away, get rejuvenated, and get refocused for the year and season ahead. But for four Tigers, this summer took on a different meaning - service - as junior Lydia Ely (volleyball) and seniors Maggie Givens (track & field), Courtney Wood (cross country, track & field), and Tre Chambers (track & field) became Mizzou's first contingent of student-athletes to spend a month teaching in Vietnam as part of the Coach for College service-learning program.
Baseball. Gibson, Crow Dazzle at Kauffman Stadium
Less than a week removed from Mizzou Night at the K, Kansas City Royals fans again got a Mizzou experience last night as two former Tiger pitchers threw in a 2-1 Minnesota Twins win. Former Tiger ace Kyle Gibson (2007-09) out-pitched James Shields, tossing 7.0 innings, allowing just two hits while striking out seven against two walks in his ninth win of the season. The Royals threw reliever and former Tiger Aaron Crow (2006-08) and he tossed a scoreless eighth inning to keep Kansas City in the game.
NCAA suspends Mizzou receiver for failed drug test
Levi Copelin says he tested positive for banned nutritional supplement.
Improved line play marks Mizzou's progress in SEC
Tigers confident they'll match up in the trenches this fall.