Posted 7:10 PM 11/20/2019 by Grace Taylor, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Reporter
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY - The Kentucky Wildcats swept the Missouri Tigers for the second time this season on Wednesday, dropping Missouri's record to 18-7.
The Tigers lost their momentum coming off of back-to-back sweeps over Alabama and South Carolina last week. Kentucky kept No. 18 Missouri (More)
Posted 9:03 PM 11/19/2019 by Jack Knowlton KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer
ST. LOUIS- On the return of left-winger Patrick Maroon to his native St. Louis, the Blues earned a 3-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Maroon was honored with a ceremony before the game including a presentation of his Stanley Cup championship ring. Maroon spent last season with the (More)
Posted 9:41 PM 11/18/2019 by Jack Shimanek, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer
COLUMBIA - Mizzou hosted their third home game of the season, Monday against the Wofford Terriers.
The Tigers were coming off a hard fought loss to Xaiver last Tuesday, their record sitting at 2-1 going into tonight's match up.
Mizzou got off to an exciting start as Jeremiah (More)
Posted 9:33 PM 11/16/2019 by J.J. Angelo KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis Blues lost, 4-1, Saturday night against the Anaheim Ducks.
Scoring came early and often for the Ducks, who received some help from Blues mistakes. With the Ducks leading 1-0 just four minutes into the game, Jordan Binnington poorly played a puck behind the net (More)
Posted 9:33 PM 11/14/2019 by Ethan Becker, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer
COLUMBIA - The Columbia Cougars bounced back in a big way Thursday night against the Bible Baptist Patriots after a loss to Missouri Valley on Tuesday.
The Cougars would only lead by 15 at halftime 44-29, but a 61 point second half would lead Columbia to a win over Bible Baptist as they (More)
Posted 8:56 PM 11/13/2019 by Grace Taylor, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Reporter
COLUMBIA - Northern Iowa will remain undefeated after a 78-73 win over Missouri on Wednesday.
History semmed to favor the Tigers as they went into their seventh matchup with the Panthers, leading the all-time series 6-0.
Amber Smith and Hannah Schuchts knocked out consecutive (More)