missouri basketball

3:35 pm
Mon April 28, 2014

Mizzou names Kim Anderson men's basketball coach

Kim Anderson is the new Mizzou men's basketball coach.
Credit University of Central Missouri

For the first time since Norm Stewart, a former player will lead the Missouri men’s basketball program.

On Monday, the University of Missouri announced that Kim Anderson, 58, will replace Frank Haith, who left for Tulsa last Friday. Anderson arrives in Columbia after winning the 2014 NCAA D-II National Championship at Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Mo. Anderson lead the Mules to 274 wins, five conference titles and two NCAA Final Fours since taking over the program in 2002.

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4:47 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

Ex-Mizzou player seeks protection from teammate

Zach Price
Credit Boone County Sheriff's Department

A former Missouri basketball player is seeking a protection order against Zach Price, who remains suspended from the team after being arrested twice for allegedly assaulting his roommate and a woman.

The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that Earnest Ross filed the petition in Boone County Circuit Court on April 2. Price was arrested twice the next day after reportedly first ramming his car into another vehicle and then in a later encounter with the pair. Police say he hit his male roommate in the face then pushed the woman to the ground.

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11:55 am
Thu April 3, 2014

Missouri transfer Zach Price arrested, suspended from basketball team

Missouri Tigers forward Zach Price was arrested early Thursday morning.
Credit Courtesy of Boone County Sheriff's Department.

Missouri forward Zach Price has been indefinitely suspended from the team after being arrested on suspicion of assault.

Police Sgt. Joe Bernhard told The Columbia Daily Tribune the 20-year-old Price was arrested early Thursday after he punched a 23-year-old male roommate and a pushed a 23-year-old female to the ground during an argument.

He was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault and third-degree domestic assault. Price posted bond and was released from jail.

Both victims suffered minor injuries.

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8:28 am
Tue August 13, 2013

Are the Hearnes Center's days numbered?

Fans cheer for the Missouri Volleyball team at the Hearnes Center in Columbia
Credit Wunderlich Photography / Flickr

The Columbia Daily Tribune reports University of Missouri athletic director Mike Alden is considering the "future and the viability" of the 41-year-old Hearnes Center now that the school's men's and women's basketball teams call Mizzou Arena home.

Alden says the field house named for former Governor Warren Hearnes is expensive to maintain and has high energy costs. He acknowledged the real estate next to Memorial Stadium may have more value as the university modernizes its athletic facilities. Mizzou Arena opened in 2004.

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9:02 am
Fri June 28, 2013

One former MU player picked in NBA Draft, teams pass on Pressey

Alex Oriakhi
Credit Matthew Fairburn / KBIA Sports Extra

Former University of Missouri basketball player Alex Oriakhi was taken in the second round of last night’s NBA draft. The Phoenix Suns took Oriakhi with the 57th pick. There are only two rounds in the draft, and only 60 players selected overall.

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11:17 pm
Tue February 19, 2013

Mizzou coach Haith included in allegations against Miami

KBIA Sports Extra Karen Mitchell

Miami has finally received its notice of allegations from the NCAA, a long-awaited document accuses the Hurricanes of a “lack of institutional control” within its athletic department.

A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that several former members of Miami coaching staffs are named in the notice of allegations, including Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith, who was with the Hurricanes from 2004-11.

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10:12 am
Tue January 22, 2013

Report: MU's Haith expected to face NCAA charges for time in Miami

MU basketball Coach Frank Haith
KBIA Sports Extra Karen Mitchell

Two people familiar with the situation say two Miami assistant coaches have been told they will be charged with "unethical conduct" when the NCAA presents the Hurricanes' athletic department with its notice of allegations.

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