Former MU football player has gone from prison to being a role model
John Stull saw incarceration as his only hope.
MU adds two transfer swimmers from WKU
The Missouri swimming and diving program on Monday announced the additions of men’s swimmer Fabian Schwingenschlogl and women’s swimmer Nadine Laemmler, transfers from Western Kentucky who will be eli
Jenkins was a key figure in basketball history
As a freshman basketball player at Missouri in the late 1940s, Bob Murrey and his classmates had to scrimmage the varsity, including an ornery Army veteran named Thornton Jenkins. One time, Murrey sai
Mizzou concerned with Gill-Caesar's injury
Gill-Caesar still recovering from last year's back injury.
M. Basketball. Anderson Impressed with Newcomers, Likes Summer Energy Level
Mizzou Men's Basketball head coach Kim Anderson spoke with media members on the SEC Summer Teleconference on Monday, June 29, and provided a glimpse into how the Tigers' summer workouts have progressed. Anderson's group has melded an experienced returning group of players with a contingent of high-energy newcomers for the 2015-16 season.
Baseball. Mizzouâs Houck Earns Third Freshman All-America Honor
Mizzou freshman righty Tanner Houck (Collinsville, Ill.) earned his third Freshman All-America honor on Monday (June 29), being named a D1Baseball.com Second Team Freshman All-American. Houck was named a Freshman All-American by both Collegiate Baseball Newspaper and Baseball America earlier this summer. He is the first Freshman All-American at Mizzou since 2007 and the first Tiger pitcher to be named a Freshman All-American since 2002.
W. Swimming. Mizzou Swimming Adds All-American Schwingenschlogl, NCAA Qualifier Laemmler to Program
University of Missouri Head Swimming Coach Greg Rhodenbaugh announced on Monday (June 29) that All-American Fabian Schwingenschlogl (Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany) and NCAA qualifier Nadine Laemmler (Wackersdorf, Bavaria, Germany) have signed financial aid agreements to attend Mizzou and compete for Tigers. Schwingenschlogl and Laemmler, both of whom transferred from Western Kentucky, will be eligible to swim for the 2015-16 season and have two years of eligibility remaining.