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Three Compete at NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

Gulf Shores, Ala. – Columbia College had three athletes compete on day one of the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, hosted in Gulf Shores, Ala. Hannah Ricketts placed 14th in the hammer throw with a mark of 50.31-meters which came in her second throw. That distance was her second-best performance of the season. Ian Hammock finished 31st in the …

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Five Named Preseason All-SEC by Athlon Sports

Columbia, Mo. – Five members of the Mizzou football team earned All-Southeastern Conference preseason honors from Athlon Sports. Graduate center Michael Maietti was named first-team offense. A 2020 All-SEC PFF selection, he started every game and played every snap (731) last season. Maietti anchored an offensive line unit that ranked fourth in the SEC and 30th nationally in sacks per …

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Tigers Set For NCAA West Preliminary Competition

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Mizzou Track & Field will begin its road to the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., Wednesday with the NCAA West Preliminary Championship in College Station, Texas. The four-day meet will run through Saturday and be streamed on SEC Network+. The men’s and women’s events are spread out across two days, with the men competing …

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Mark Hankins Tabbed Co-Head Coach of Mizzou Men’s Golf

COLUMBIA, MO. — Mizzou Athletic Director Jim Sterk announced Wednesday that Mark Hankins has been named Co-Head Coach of the Mizzou Men’s Golf program alongside longtime coach Mark Leroux. Hankins will take over the reins of the program upon Leroux’s retirement. “We are thrilled to welcome Mark Hankins as the co-head coach of our men’s golf program and eventual successor …

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Super Bound from @MizzouPix

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Mizzou Soccer’s Morcquess Oliphant Named to SEC Community Service Team

COLUMBIA, Mo. – On Tuesday, the Southeastern Conference announced the women’s soccer Community Service Team. Morcquess Oliphant represented Mizzou on this year’s team. The SEC sponsors a Community Service Team for each of the 21 sports that the league sponsors. It is intended to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to their community in superior service efforts. …

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Colin O’Brien – 5/24/21

Was it really *that* easy for Mizzou Softball’s fantastic run in the NCAA Columbia Regional?

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Cougar Club Golf Tourney Returns June 7th!

The 21st Annual Cougar Club and Scholarship Fund Golf Tournament – benefiting Columbia College Athletics – plays at Columbia Country Club June 7th!

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Murgett Falls in Second Round of NCAA Singles Tournament

ORLANDO, Fla. – Mizzou Tennis junior Bronte Murgett (Holmfirth, Great Britain) fell in the second round of the NCAA Singles Tournament on Monday in Orlando, dropping a three-set match to Auburn’s Selin Ovunc, 6-3, 5-7, 2-6. On Monday, Murgett made history by becoming the first individual in program history to win at the NCAA Singles Tournament, defeating Oklahoma State’s Alana …

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Columbia Sends Two to NAIA Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships

Kansas City, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the qualifiers for the 2021 NAIA Women’s Outdoor Track & Field National Championships, which takes place in Gulf Shores, Ala. on May 26-28. The Cougars had two athletes qualify for the championships – Hannah Ricketts and Mikayla Sehlmeyer Ricketts, a native of Hallsville, Mo., qualified in the …

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Columbia Claims Fourth-Straight AMC Presidents’ Cup

St. Louis, Mo. – The Columbia College Cougars have won the American Midwest Conference (AMC) Presidents’ Cup for the fourth straight year. First-place in the final regular-season standings receive five times the number of teams sponsoring the sport. For example, if ten teams sponsor, then the regular-season champion receives 50 points, second-place is 45, etc. In the sports of cross …

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Mizzou Volleyball Welcomes Grad Transfer Nicole Alford

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Volleyball head coach Joshua Taylor announced the addition of setter Nicole Alford, a grad transfer from the University of Maryland, on Monday (May 24). “We are excited to be adding Nicole to our roster this fall,” Taylor said. “She brings four great years of experience with her and is still hungry to learn and improve. Nicole did …

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Three Qualify for NAIA Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships

Kansas City, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the qualifiers for the 2021 NAIA Men’s Outdoor Track & Field National Championships, which takes place in Gulf Shores, Ala. on May 26-28. The Cougars had three athletes qualify for the championships – Quinton Brown, Ian Hammock and Alexander Dukes. Brown, a native of Columbia, Mo., qualified …

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This Week in Cougar Sports

Wednesday, May 26, 2021 Track & Field at NAIA National Championships Live Video Wednesday, May 27, 2021 Track & Field at NAIA National Championships Live Video Esports vs. Maryville 7:00 p.m. CST College League of Legends Championship Live Video Wednesday, May 28, 2021 Track & Field at NAIA National Championships Live Video This article is provided by Columbia Cougar Athletics

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Jordan Weber’s No-Hitter Pushes Mizzou to Super Regional Berth

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Jordan Weber threw Mizzou’s 40th no-hitter in program history to send Mizzou to the Super Regionals for the first time since 2016. Weber and Laurin Krings fired back-to-back one-hitters to open the Columbia Regional. The Tigers defeated Iowa State 5-0 in the Final. As the designated visitors for the contest, Mizzou grabbed the lead in the first …

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