Columbia College, the No. 10 seed in the 10-team NAIA Softball World Series, held on for a big win over No. 2 Oklahoma City on Saturday.
by: Aaron Reiss — The Kansas City Star 9h
Larissa Anderson is the Missouri Tigers softball program's new head coach. She succeeds Gina Fogue, who was Mizzou's interim coach this past season, after athletic director Jim Sterk fired Ehren Earleywine. Anderson comes from Hofstra.
by: Dave Matter St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 10h
Anderson, 130-73-1 in four seasons at Hofstra, agrees to five-year contract to replace interim coach Gina Fogue.
by: Alex Schiffer — The Kansas City Star 25 May
Could the commitment of Romeo Weems to DePaul be a good thing for Mizzou basketball recruiting? Is Rocket Watts' recruitment ahead of schedule? And is there smoke on a Jontay Porter return to the Tigers for his sophomore year?
by: Rob Dauster — NBC Sports: College Basketball Talk 25 May
Here is everything you need to know about the landscape of college basketball heading into next season.
by: Jose de Jesus Ortiz St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 25 May
Mizzou athletics director Jim Sterk has learned that he must be more careful with his words and realize that he cannot make unfounded accusations, especially when dealing with racist epithets.
by: Missourian Staff — Columbia Missourian 25 May
Schweizer won the 10,000-meter run with a late surge for first place. She qualified for NCAA Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
by: Dan Lyons — The Spun 25 May
The Dawn Staley lawsuit against Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk has been settled. South Carolina women's basketball had a contentious few games against the Tigers this season.
by: Matt Nestor — Columbia Tribune 24 May
The University of Missouri agreed to a $50,000 settlement of a defamation lawsuit filed against athletic director Jim Sterk by South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley, according to a press release from Missouri on Thursday.Sterk came under...
by: Dave Matter St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 24 May
MU pays for Sterk's $50,000 settlement fee, half of which will got to Staley's charity.
by: Aaron Reiss — The Kansas City Star 24 May
South Carolina women's basketball coach Dawn Staley sued Mizzou athletic director Jim Sterk for defamation and slander in February. The two parties settled for $50,000. The University of Missouri will pay on Sterk's behalf.