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Missouri softball loses 14-6 to Auburn Friday night

Mizzou sports highlights Mar. 27

ABC 17s Sherree Burruss recaps the Missouri softball, baseball and tennis from Friday, March 27th

Tim Fuller no longer with MU men's basketball program

Tim Fuller speaks out, no longer with MU men's basketball program

Former associate head coach Tim Fuller will not return to MU men's basketball program, Fuller makes statement

Sportscast Mizzou softball pours it on Illinois

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Sportscast: Mizzou softball pours it on Illinois

No. 20 Mizzou softball pounds Illinois while Mizzou baseball bounces back after a loss the day before

Web Extra: Ehren Earleywine and MU win 17-5 over Illinois

Web Extra: Earleywine, Sanchez after Illinois win

Web Extra: Missouri softball coach Ehren Earleywine and freshman Amanda Sanchez talk after 17-5 win over Illinois

Sportscast Fuller departs Mizzou baseball trips

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Sportscast: Fuller departs, Mizzou baseball trips

Report: Tim Fuller will not return to Mizzou next season. Meanwhile, Mizzou baseball lets a game slip out of its hands late.

Sportscast Mizzou heads to Ann Arbor for WNIT game

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Sportscast: Mizzou heads to Ann Arbor for WNIT game

Mizzou women's hoops draws Michigan for its next WNIT game. Also, Mizzou baseball earns a Top 25 ranking in one national poll

Caitlin Swieca

Sunday Sit-Down: Caitlin Swieca

High school sports writer Caitlin Swieca of the Columbia Daily Tribune discusses Rock Bridge's four peat and Mizzou recruits at Mizzou Arena during the state tournament.

Rock Bridge completes 4-peat while Puryear gets his ring

Rock Bridge completes 4-peat while Puryear gets his ring

Rock Bridge completes 4-peat while Puryear gets his ring

Mizzou baseball falls to 6 South Carolina

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Mizzou baseball falls to (6) South Carolina

Mizzou baseball's comeback falls short, as they fall in the last game of the series to No. 6 South Carolina. Also, Mizzou women's basketball advances to the next round of the WNIT after beating Kansas State.

Drake Houdashelt, 2015 NCAA National Champion

Drake Houdashelt becomes 2015 NCAA Wrestling Champion

Missouri red shirt senior Drake Houdashelt wins first NCAA Wrestling Championship title at 149 lbs

 
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