Missouri's softball team failed to qualify for last week's SEC tournament, but the Tiger season will take another week. Mizzuu (28-27) took a place in the 64-man doubles NCAA tournament for the 12th consecutive season.
The Tigers, after one of the nation's strongest appointments, open Friday Friday at Norman, Okla. , Regional, hosted by No. 4 Oklahoma, the two-time defending champion. Mizzou plays at 1
Oklahoma (50-3) defeated the Big 12 title and conference tournament and finished 21 against Big 12 opponents this season. OU's list includes a few former Mizzou bowlers who have left the program in past seasons, two-time All-Big 12 Paige Lowary and Parker Conrad. (Dave Matter)
Another SEC Title for Mizzous Swiss • Missouri Senior Karissa Schweizer won another title at her graduation congress and won the 5,000-meter mark at the SEC Outdoor Championships in Knoxville, Tennessee The national champion won her eighth SEC Championship and won her Signature race in 15 minutes, 58.14 seconds. Previously, Schweizer finished second at 1,500 meters. Mizzou teammate Gabi Jacobs won her second discus title at SEC Outdoor Meeting, throwing 183 feet, 5 inches. (Dave Matter)
Tiger suffer 1-0 baseball loss • Mizzou junior left Tyler LaPlante turned in eight shutout innings, but Carolin Cortes South Carolin hit a homer at the first pitch in the bottom of the ninth Inning, as the Gamecocks drove a 1-0 home win. Victory for the Gamecocks won the weekend series as Mizzou drops to 31-20 and 10-17 in the SEC game. (19659003) Team USA wins again • Two goals from the first half of Patrick Kane (Chicago Blackhawks) brought Team USA to a 9-3 victory over Norway in the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship. The United States remain undefeated with their sixth consecutive win and close the match against Finland on Tuesday, with the winner taking first place in Group B.
Later on Sunday in Herning, Denmark, Germany defeated Finland 3: 2. His third start to the tournament in goal for Finland, Blues prospect Ville Husso allowed three goals on 15 shots. In Copenhagen, Sweden remained unbeaten in Group A with a 5: 3 win over Switzerland. Blues striker Dimitrij Jaskin continued his hot tournament play with a goal and assist for the Czech Republic in his 6-0 win over France. (Jim Thomas)
Creighton Guard becomes agent • Creighton Guard Khyri Thomas will sign with an agent and stay in the NBA Draft, meaning he loses his final season of Bluejay's eligibility.
Thomas averaged 15.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.8 assists and was named Big East Defensive Player of the Year for the second season after averaging 1.7 steals. (AP)
Harvick Wants More • Kevin Harvick had taken the checkered flag for the fifth time this season, rolled his car into the Victory Lane and bathed another confetti shower when he complained of what could have happened.  "Still was not really happy with it," Harvick said, setting a record on Saturday night on Kansas Speedway, becoming the fastest five times.
That should not do the rest The Monster Energy Cup Series feels very good. Harvick won two races in a row at the start of the season and will go above and beyond in Charlotte as a lone parent next week. (1945)
Preakness Forms • The Mother's Day weekend proved turbulent for the Preakness Field. Coach Chad Brown hired the Kentucky derby vicer Good Magic to a match with Justify while Bolt d & # 39; Oros coach owner Mick Ruis hinted his rival was heading to New York rather than to Baltimore.
Brown's decision on Good Magic, the winner of the 2017 Breeders Cup, lent the top of the field to the savvy challenger lacking for the Derby champion. (Baltimore Sun)