Missouri Tigers News for March 2, 2014
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Tigers beat Buckeyes to finish Citrus Classic

The No. 17 Missouri softball team (12-3) rounded out the weekend with a 7-0 rout of Ohio State (6-9), going 5-0 at the Citrus Classic in Kissimmee, Fla. Senior outfielder Mackenzie Sykes powered the Tigers' batting, going 2-for-4 with two runs, four RBIs and a home run. Sophomore shortstop Sami Fagan also notched a run and two RBIs. As a team, Missouri hit .333 compared to the Buckeyes’ .208. Freshman Tori Finucane captured her fifth win of the season, throwing two strikeouts and giving up fi

Tigers’ rally falls short at Arkansas

A road win at Arkansas would’ve been a great boost for the Missouri Tigers heading into this week’s Southeastern Conference tournament. Yet, despite a strong second-half comeback the Tigers (17-10, 6-10 SEC)l fell to the Hogs 72-70 in their regular season finale. Junior guard Morgan Eye led the team with 20 points, while freshman forward Jordan Frericks chipped in a career high of 18 points in the loss. Senior forward Bri Kulas finished with 12 points. The Tigers found themselves down early in t

Tigers split weekend games

Missouri baseball went 1-1 in its doubleheader in Little Rock, Ark., on Saturday. Mizzou played two games against Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne and University of Illinois – Chicago as part of the University of Arkansas-Little Rock Invitational. The Tigers (4-6) scored their second most runs of the year during their first game of the day, an 11-8 loss to IPFW (3-7). Mizzou used six pitchers against the Mastodons. Junior Johns Miles gave up seven runs and nine hits to IPFW in 3.2

Missouri women fall at Arkansas in regular-season finale

Razorbacks win 72-70 after using a 15-2 run in second half to grab control. However, the Tigers clawed back and missed a potential game-winning shot at the buzzer.

Mizzou Spring Ball Preview: Running Back [$]

Heading into the spring, ShowMeMizzou.com takes a look at Missouri’s tailback position, which with the early departure of the Tigers’ leading ground gainer from 2013, Henry Josey, is for now a little thin.

Softball sweeps Saturday games

The No.17 Missouri Tigers (11-3) avoided an upset at the Citrus Classic on Saturday, pulling a walk-off win over Illinois State and another over Radford. After leading 4-0 early on, the Tigers found themselves down 10-5 after the fifth inning. Missouri rattled off six runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to walk off against Illinois State, 11-10. The Tigers were led by a pair of 4-5 performances out of sophomores Taylor Gadbois and Emily Crane. Krane drove in three runs including the winnin

W. Basketball. Tigers Fall to Arkansas in Regular Season Finale...

Freshman Jordan Frericks closed out the regular season with a career-high 18 points, but it wasn't enough to top the Razorbacks. The Tigers fell to Arkansas 72-70 in Fayetteville on Sunday, March 2. Missouri falls to 17-12 overall and 6-10 in SEC play this season. Morgan Eye also had a strong game for the Tigers, knocking down a team-leading 20 points and grabbing four rebounds in the contest.

W. Tennis. No. 5 Florida Records 7-0 Win Over Mizzou

The Mizzou tennis team fell to the No. 5 Florida Gators, 7-0, on Sunday afternoon in Gainesville, Fla. Missouri fell to 4-8 overall and 0-2 in Southeastern Conference play with the loss, while the Gators improved to 10-2 and 2-0.


Things have gotten a little crazy in the SEC. Except for Florida, which continues to be boringly much better than everyone else. Well, folks, it's March, and y- Wait a second. /looks out window at several inches of snow /rechecks calendar /grumble grumble Anyway, supposedly it's March now, and you know what that means.  It's the time of year when untreated cases of #SECBASKETBALLFEVER bloom into full-blown #SECMADNESS, and that was certainly on display all over the conference this weekend.  

Softball. Strong Citrus Classic Finish for No. 17 Mizzou Softball...

No. 17 Mizzou concluded its trip to the Citrus Classic in style, shutting out Ohio State, 7-0, to improve to 12-3 overall in 2014.

Missouri 85, Mississippi State 66: Study Hall

Your Trifecta: Brown-Post-Jones. No, really. Whoever had this Trifecta before the game began, please step forward and claim your prize of EVERYTHING, YOU INGENIOUS BASTARD. NCAA Basketball Stats There was literally only one thing Mizzou fans could have hoped for during the course of this game, and that was a glimmer of hope. A small beam of light peaking through the massive wall that stands between the Tigers and an NCAA tournament berth. Just something, anything to show us that this team

Top Tiger target talks

With two additional scholarships possibly opening up after this season, PowerMizzou spoke with a new name on the radar for the Tiger basketball team.

Spring Preview: TE [$]

Spring practice is about two weeks away for the Missouri football team, and in the lead-up to its start, PowerMizzou.com will break down the story lines at each position.

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