The longest-tenured coach at the University of Missouri, baseball coach Tim Jamieson, stepped down Saturday after 22 seasons with the Tigers. Jamieson’s team went 698-565-2 during his tenure as Tigers coach, including 15 30-win seasons and nine NCAA regional appearances. Ten former Tigers who played for Jamieson have reached the major leagues.
Missouri staged a football camp at Park Hill High in Kansas City on Tuesday, providing roughly 200 players a chance to receive instruction from the Tigers’ staff and be seen by coaches from a dozen college programs.
Missouri football will play its first two home games in 2016 under the lights. The Southeastern Conference announced that the Tigers’ games Sept. 10 against Eastern Michigan and Sept. 17 against Georgia will both kick off at 6:30 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.
Missouri ace Paige Lowary struggled with her command after taking a line drive to the head in February, but she’s finally rounding back into form and ready for a rematch with Michigan. The Tigers, 42-14, play at the Wolverines, 49-5, on Saturday and Sunday with a berth in the Women’s College World Series at stake.
Mizzou coach Ehren Earleywine and junior catcher Kirsten Mack discusses their team's 5-3 loss to Michigan in Game 1 of Saturday's Super Regional. Mack who led her Tigers with two hits on the day, including a solo home run in the sixth inning.
Missouri softball coach Ehren Earleywine, who is being investigated by the university for alleged verbal abuse of players, said Wednesday that he is working with a psychologist in an effort to communicate better with his team.