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Sept. 14, 2014

Clark breaks scoreless streak in victory

By Daniel Witt

The Tigers now open SEC play against LSU.

Tigers flip switch in Idaho

By Michael Natelli

Wilson named Tournament MVP, Kan also named to All-Tournament Team

Sept. 13, 2014

Die-hard fans to make stop at MU

By Emma Diltz

Fulton came up with the name last year, when the duo saw three games in three days.

Missouri soccer defeats Montana 4-3

By Bruno Vernaschi

Fighting through a windy and brisk night, the Missouri (4-1-2) soccer team was able to beat out Montana (3-4-0) in a 4-3 victory on Friday night in Columbia. The Tigers rallied from a 3-1 deficit to win it in double overtime, marking coach Bryan Blitz’s 200th victory with the ...

Ray stings the Knights

Ray stings the Knights

By Aaron Reiss | Updated Sept. 13, 2014 at 6:46 p.m.

The junior’s five sacks are already more than he had last season.

Second half turnover sparks Mizzou victory

Second half turnover sparks Mizzou victory

By Andrew McCulloch

Augusta’s interception was the first of the Missouri defense’s four forced turnovers.

Sept. 10, 2014

Following two ACL tears, Herrman ready to go

By Bruno Vernaschi

“I just knew I had to be there for (my teammates),” Jessica Herrman said.

Sept. 9, 2014
Clark sisters’ connection gives Tigers advantage

Clark sisters’ connection gives Tigers advantage

By Daniel Witt

Women’s soccer has two sets of sisters for first time in history.

Golden and Ray enjoying early-season success

Golden and Ray enjoying early-season success

By Jason Lowenthal

The duo has combined for 8.5 of Mizzou’s 14 tackles for loss and 5.5 of the team’s six sacks.

Johnsons’ family dynamic back again

Johnsons’ family dynamic back again

By Daniel Witt

Women’s soccer has two sets of sisters for first time in history.

Column: KC fans deserves (some) respect

By Daniel Schmidt

I live in a house with dozens of Kansas City natives. I'd like to say there are pros and cons that come with this, such as lively and productive debates about who has the superior barbecue or public parks — KC or my hometown of St. Louis. But really there ...

Lack of mental consistency plagues volleyball

By Michael Natelli

Weak starts have hindered the Tigers thus far.

Meister emerging as leader for Tigers

Meister emerging as leader for Tigers

By Michael Natelli

With a squad of 10 underclassmen, the senior libero is taking a leadership role.

Murphy defining role in two positions

Murphy defining role in two positions

By Jason Lowenthal

The majority of the senior’s touches have come via rushes.

Column: No pain, no gain for student-athletes

By Mitchell Forde

A more effective way of working through pain is tricking yourself into thinking it’s not so bad.

Volleyball falls to SLU

By Will Jarvis

Twenty-three errors and sloppy passing plagued the Tigers.

Young secondary maturing quickly

By Andrew McCulloch

Said Penton: “I want the ball to be thrown to my side.”

Sept. 7, 2014

Sauerwein breaks shutout record in home win

By Daniel Witt

Sauerwein has 18 career shutouts.

Volleyball beats Xavier in five

By Michael Natelli

The Tigers scored 11 straight in the final set.

Sept. 6, 2014

Mizzou falls to Oakland

By Will Jarvis

The Tigers committed 26 errors and attacked at just .167