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Missouri's search for a big man continues: Ukrainian Djordje Sljivancanin visits this week

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Two-year old highlights of a Ukranian center, obviously.

Sam confirmed what PowerMizzou's Brian Austin was reporting earlier in the day. The endless, last-second search for help in the post has led Mizzou to the Ukraine.

Mizzou Tigers pennant #EmbattledStubble, Day 5 @MizzouSoftball Earns Five SEC Postseason Awards
KC Star: Missouri softball racks up SEC honors

The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): Nelson, Walters depart Missouri softball team

Missouri softball players Chase Nelson and Morgan Walters have decided to leave the team and are no longer with the program, a team spokesman confirmed Tuesday. They did not travel with the team to Starkville, Miss., for the Southeastern Conference Tournament.

Nelson, a freshman second baseman, appeared in 34 games this season, including 10 starts. She batted .194 with three RBI. Walters, a sophomore outfielder, is batting .161 with a home run and four RBI.

In the Circle: What is the Future of Missouri Softball?

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The Trib (Blake Toppmeyer): Ofodile joins Odom's staff as director of recruiting operations

Post-Dispatch Ofodile eager to direct Mizzou recruiting

Q: You probably haven’t gotten to meet all of these new guys yet, but do you have a feel for Barry’s staff and how they’re going to approach recruiting and maybe sense that it’s different from what’s been the standard at Mizzou?

A: The biggest difference will be you now have more of a collective different set of viewpoints and different opinions. You have guys who come from several different programs that have been excellent in recruiting. So there’s going to be excellent opinions. In my opinion recruiting is about numbers and volume. It’s really important that you think outside the box. It’s really important that you have multiple mindsets and ideas. You have to mold that into a unified recruiting model, but to have so many guys that have recruited at such a high level at different places, that’s huge.