The entire Mizzou Spirit Squad will head to Daytona Beach, Fl. to compete in the National Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship April 9-13, 2014. During the last year’s competition, the Mizzou Golden Girls and Cheerleaders placed among the top 10 in the country. As both teams look to defend their titles, Truman the Tiger
The Zen Zone Definition of the Zen Zone Zen was developed through martial arts and fine arts. Zen zone means becoming “one” with what you are doing during each moment you are actually doing it. It is being all here, totally present, absorbing yourself in, connecting yourself to the moment, and becoming one with your
National Signing Day is less than two weeks away, and Head Coach Gary Pinkel and the Tigers coaching staff want Mizzou Nation to be part of the action. On Wednesday, Feb. 5th, Tiger fans are invited to the first-ever #MizzouMade Recruiting Reception. The event is free and open to the public, and will be
Memorial Stadium is in phase two of its expansion renovations. The north concourse expansion included moving the Rock M closer to the field and complete renovations of the west tower and press box. These renovations included the addition of suites and indoor loge boxes and were completed prior to the 2013 Mizzou Football season. Currently,
Gary Pinkel and Staff Will Showcase Newest Group of Tiger Recruits COLUMBIA, Mo. – On the heels of a 12-2 season that saw his Mizzou Tigers claim Southeastern Conference Eastern Division and Cotton Bowl Classic titles, Head Coach Gary Pinkel and his coaching staff invite all Tiger fans to learn about the 2014 recruiting class,
Your images lead to reality. They always have, and they always will. With imagery, you can visualize a high-quality performance and coach your body to follow. Being able to picture yourself achieving your goals will help you realize them. 1. Mental Imagery Mental imagery gives you a chance to deal effectively with a problem or
Mizzou Assoc. AD for Athletic Performance receives national recognition COLUMBIA, Mo. – Mizzou Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Performance, Pat Ivey, has been recognized as the 2013 FootballScoop Strength and Conditioning Coach of Year, presented by ProGrass. Responsible for Mizzou Football’s entire player development program, Ivey additionally oversees the development of Mizzou’s remaining varsity sports.