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Hello and welcome Tiger fans to the Mizzou vs. Georgia Duel! Be sure to follow and comment for live updates! Follow the link below!
The Mizzou track and field program, fresh off of three very successful weeks to open the indoor season, will be back in action this week as it heads to Ames, Iowa, for the Bill Bergan Invitational, which will be held on Saturday (Jan. 29), beginning at 10:30 a.m. MUTigers.com will be on hand to cover the event live! Click the link below to follow the blog.
Hello from Eugene, Or., where we are set to watch Mizzou's Aaron Dixon, Blake Irwin, Nick Adcock and Lars Rise at the Final Round of the 2010 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field. Dixon and Irwin will run today but MUTigers.com will be here all afternoon to chronicle the action in TrackTown USA.
Follow the Tigers at the first round of the NCAA Championships all day long. Live event-by-event updates will be provided along with in-depth covergae that will make you feel like you are at the meet. MUTigers.com will be at the meet all three days, so check back as often as you can.
It's time to crown two new champions within the Big 12 Conference this afternoon. We'll be here all day to cover all the action, so join us after the jump!
After a great first day of competition in Columbia, we're ready for Day 2 at the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championships! Action begins at 10:00 am CDT (GMT -5). Join us after the jump.
We're live-blogging the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championships this weekend. Come join us!
Mizzou is hosting the 13th edition of the league's gathering for the fourth time. Columbia was also the venue for the 1998, 2000 and 2002 editions. You can get complete information on the Big 12 Championships at Mizzou's Big 12 Championships page.
We'll be blogging all weekend long; this entry is only for Friday's competition. The blog window follows after the jump.
Follow the Mizzou track and field program at the Drake Relays all weekend long. The blog below will offer live event-by-event updates and a unique prespective into the meet. Be sure to follow your favorite Tiger athletes all weekend right here at MUTigers.com!
MUTigers.com will be at Audrey J. Walton Track & Field Complex all weekend to cover the Tigers as they take part in the Tom Botts Invitational on Friday and Saturday. As always, MUTigers.com welcomes fans to follow all of the track and field action on the live blog, linked below.
Follow the Tigers all day long at day two of the Missouri Relays. Today will feature most of the event finals on the track and some great competition in the field events. Stay tuned all day long for live updates right here at MUTigers.com!
Follow Nick Adcock, Shannon Leinert, Blake Irwin and the rest of the Tigers in their pursuit of Big 12 Championships on Saturday at the Lied Recreation Center in Ames, Iowa. The live blog will offer event-by-event results and interactive multimedia to help fans that cannot make the trip feel like they are at the meet!
The Mizzou track and field team returns to the Hearnes Center Field House today (Feb. 19) for its first meet - the Collegiate Challenge - since topping Kansas in the annual Border Dual on Jan. 15. The Tigers would like to encourage everyone to come out to cheer them on in their final meet before the Big 12 Championships. But, anyone who cannot be in attendance can feel free to follow the meet on the track and field live blog!
After a long Friday, we are back and ready to go here Saturday morning at the Lied Recreation Center. Just like before, MUTigers.com will offer a live blog, updating fans on all of the action here in Ames.
After totaling 5,758 points en-route to the Bill Bergan Combined Events heptathlon title last week, Mizzou track and field senior Nick Adcock has found himself ranked second in the nation in the event. According to this week's USTFCCCA weekly event rankings, Adcock trails only 2008 decathlon National Champion Ashton Eaton of Oregon and he is one of only four student-athletes in the nation to have automatically qualified for the NCAA Championships at this point of the season.
His point total is the second-best total in school history, just shy of his school-record mark of 5,795. The event title also marked his first heptathlon title of the season.
After what was arguably the track and field program's best indoor meet of the season last weekend, the team will head to Ames, Iowa, to hopefully build upon that momentum at the Bill Bergan Invitational on Saturday. Once again, MUTigers.com will offer a live blog that will recap each event and help bring the meet to fans that cannot be in attendance.
So far this season, Mizzou athletes have set two NCAA provisional qualifying marks and one school record. Mizzou has also defeated Kansas, Colorado State, Wichita State and Air Force in scored meets this season. The Bill Bergan Classic will be another early season test for the Tigers as it is a scored meet. Continue reading this post to see the live blog, which will go live at approximately 10 a.m. (CT).
It's back! After two very successful weeks of doing a live blog at each of Mizzou track and field's home meets, the blog is hitting the road with the team this week for the Adidas Classic in Lincoln, Neb. The meet is the Tigers' first road trip of the indoor season.
Last Friday, the Mizzou track and field team opened its 2010 indoor season with a variety of great performances at the Missouri Invitational. In case you are wondering, several Mizzou student-athletes rank among the best in the Big 12, as you can see in the Big 12 weekly performance lists.
The Mizzou Athletics Blog will feature live updates during the Tigers' first indoor track and field meet of the 2010 season - the Missouri Invitational, which will be held this Friday starting at noon inside the Hearnes Center Fieldhouse.
For those who cannot be in attendance, we hope to supply you with live updates on our live blog throughout the day Friday.