Raising money for the MU Children's Hospital in the name of a great team and a silly meme.
With the only team we know we will play out of the way, let’s turn our attention to the team that, based on seeds and rankings, is the most likely for us to play moving forward, the Pride of Hofstra.
The Tigers' 1-0 win over Hofstra, in what I yesterday called the biggest game of the season, created a new biggest game (or two) of the season.
Hofstra and Oregon State kick things off at 3 p.m. CT, and Mizzou and Stony Brook follow up at 5:30.
We learned last year that Stony Brook doesn't mess around on the diamond. Can the softball team follow up on baseball's dramatic run to the 2012 College World Series? Let's hope not.
Given how the bracket normally falls, if seeds hold to form, #1 MU would not match up at any point with #3 Oregon State.
Before we take a look at Missouri's weekend opponents in the Columbia Regional, let's take a look at Missouri.
Bryan Blitz's Tigers have had some stellar moments at Walton Stadium. This comeback win was perhaps the greatest of them all.
The Kreklows' Tigers, led by setter Lindsey Hunter, won 25 games, reached the NCAA Elite Eight, and gave Mizzou fans a reason to cheer at a time when few other Mizzou squads were doing so.
In what will likely become the standard week for the Fightin’ Earleywine’s, the Tigers had a mid-week double-header before heading out on the road for a three-pack of games against their...
Part 1 of a look at Missouri's prospects in the coming weekend's NCAA Wrestling championships. The Tigers qualified all 10 starters for the tournament.