University of Missouri
MSA/GPC SponsoredUniversity ofecho


Articles      Video Highlights      23Sports Full Episodes      Tailgaters Full Episodes

Tigers drop fifth straight to Razorbacks

By Anthony Romano, 23 Sports Saturday, January 24 With two free throw opportunities and a chance to take the lead with three seconds remaining, Wes Clark missed both shots and stunned the crowd of 11,022. With the two misses, the Arkansas Razorbacks (15-4) defeated the Missouri Tigers (7-12) 61-60 on Saturday. Senior Alandise Harris and […]

Wrestling breaks three records, top No. 7 Oklahoma State

By Ben Brady, 23 Sports Friday, Jan. 23- The third-ranked Missouri Tigers wrestling team continued its phenomenal 2014-15 season Friday night at the Hearnes Center with a 22-10 victory over No. 7 Oklahoma St. The Missouri crowd of 2,529 fans was the largest Missouri wrestling crowd at the Hearnes Center. Mizzou won seven of 10 […]

Tigers take down reigning DII champions

By Ben Burke, 23 Sports Friday, Jan. 23 – The Missouri men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams swept Division II powerhouse Drury University Friday afternoon, as the men won 133-81, and the women picked up the 135-87 victory. Drury has dominated swimming and diving over the last decade, with the men’s squad winning the […]

Aggies come from behind to beat Missouri

Matt Vereen, 23 Sports Wednesday, January 21 – The Missouri men’s basketball team looked to bounce back from a rough 1-3 start in SEC play as they travelled to College Station on Wednesday to take on a tough Texas A&M team that were 94-22 at home since the 2008-2009 season. Despite taking a 31-24 lead […]

Women’s basketball falls to 1-5 in the SEC

By Matt Horn, 23 Sports Sunday, Jan. 18- The Missouri women’s basketball team fell to Arkansas on Sunday for their sixth loss in seven games. Razorback guard Kelsey Brooks totaled 21 points and nine rebounds, propelling her team to a 73-50 victory over the Tigers in Fayetteville. Highlighting the Tigers’ performance was good showings by […]

#3 Mizzou Wrestling remains undefeated

By Jacob Seus, 23 Sports Sunday, Jan. 18- The Mizzou Tigers wrestling team came off a victory against Central Michigan to remain a top the Mid-American Conference standings heading into their wrestling matchup Saturday afternoon. Mizzou has won 18 consecutive duals dating back to the 2013-14 campaign. The Tigers would took the mats of the […]

Tiger wrestling picks up 18th straight dual win

By Ben Burke, 23 Sports Saturday, Jan. 17- The No. 3 ranked Missouri Wrestling Team proved their dominance in the Mid-American Conference Saturday afternoon, as they handed Central Michigan their first loss in conference play, 23-12. Eight ranked wrestlers were featured in the match, which extended Missouri’s unbeaten streak in dual meets to 18, a […]

Mizzou track back in action

By Jacob Seus, 23 sports Saturday, January 17th On Friday the Mizzou men and woman’s track and field team got back to work for their second meet of the season. The Tigers represented proudly as they looked to defend their home turf in the 29th annual Missouri invitational taking place at the Hearne’s Center. It […]

Mizzou gymnastics falls to No. 7 Georgia

By Jalyn Johnson, 23 Sports Friday, Jan. 16- The Mizzou gymnastics team fell to 2-1 overall and 0-1 in the Southeastern Conference after a loss on Friday night in Athens, Ga. Although Mizzou set better scores on vault and beam than any scores recorded last season, the final 195.225 points were not enough to top […]

Tennis wins spring opener at UT-Arlington

By Ben Brady, 23 Sports Friday, Jan.16- Missouri tennis opened up the 2015 spring season Saturday afternoon with a 4-3 victory over host UT-Arlington. Action began with doubles play, as Mizzou took two of three matches to claim one team point. After losing in the No. 1 doubles match, sophomores Brittany Lashway and Cassidy Spearman […]