West Orange High School (Winter Garden, Florida) teammates Jaylon Carlies and Tyler Jones both announced their intentions to play for Missouri Tuesday night.
The Tigers were punchless when they had the ball and, despite some bright spots on defense, fell 27-0 to the Bulldogs — the first time they've been shut out in five years.
They finally played a top-notch quarterback, and, yes, the Tigers' defensive backs are the real deal. And most of them will be back next year.
After being held scoreless against Incarnate Word in midweek, the junior guard went for 19 points on 6-for-10 shooting in the Tigers' comfortable Friday night win over the Norse.
Facing match point, the Tigers fought back to take a thrilling five-set match on Friday night. After dropping the third set, the Tigers rattled off two straight set wins to snap their two-game losing streak.
The conditions that were in place when an Excelsior senior scored his 100th goal as a high school soccer player might seem like they were lifted from a Hollywood movie script.
Missouri committed 28 errors in one of its worse offensive performances of the season. The loss was the Tigers' second straight, dropping the Tigers three games behind the SEC lead.
Ex-Tigers coach Gary Pinkel was honored as a Missouri sports legend, while former MU wide receiver Jeremy Maclin was ushered in the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame's Enshrinement Ceremony Sunday afternoon.
Missouri came into the season ranked in the top 10, but the Tigers started their season off on the wrong foot with a loss to No. 18 Virginia Tech.
The Tigers will look to rebound from Wednesday's heartbreaking loss against Florida when they travel to College Station to take on Texas A&M on Sunday. The match will be another tough test for the Tigers, as the Aggies rank 11th in RPI.
In a match Missouri dominated statistically, Florida was still able to edge out the Tigers on the scoreboard. The instant-classic saw 25 ties and 13 total lead changes.
The Tigers and Gators square off in a crucial conference matchup Wednesday night at the Hearnes Center. A win is essential for Missouri's hopes to stay alive for the SEC title.
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Andrea Fuentes was named the SEC Overall Player and Setter of the Week after her combined 89 assists in victories over Arkansas and Mississippi State. Also, the Tigers moved up to No. 24 in the new AVCA Poll.
Missouri defeated Mississippi State in straight sets behind another dominant offensive attack. The Tigers improved to 14-4 on the season and 6-2 in conference play.
After a 2-2 start to conference play, the Tigers have seemingly turned things around with big victories over Auburn and Tennessee. Missouri will look to continue its success against Arkansas and Mississippi State, two teams that sit at the bottom of the SEC standings.
The Lady Tiger volleyball team went 1-1 last week in Missouri River Valley Conference play by taking a match from Warrensburg and dropping one to Odessa.
No. 25 Missouri defeated Tennessee in four sets Sunday behind the best offensive performance since the start of conference play. The Tigers hit .413 and had four different players with double-digit kills.
After dropping four of its last six matches, No. 25 Missouri will look to get back to winning ways when it faces Auburn. The Tigers are heavy favorites against an Auburn team that has only won one set in five conference matches so far.
Richaud Floyd is questionable to play against Vanderbilt with a hamstring injury, and Johnathon Johnson struggled on special teams against Ole Miss, so Musser has stepped up.
Julissa Cisneros and Sarah Luebbert scored late, and the Tigers secured their first SEC win of the season by outlasting the visiting Volunteers.