6a – 10a – The Coyote Morning Show with Crystal
3p – 6p – The James Clay Show

BLUES WELCOME THE VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS TO THE GATEWAY CITY TONIGHT TO CLOSE OUT A FOUR GAME HOMESTAND. BLUES HAVE TAKEN OUT THE OILERS, WINGS AND LIGHTNING ON THE HOMESTAND THUS FAR. THEY HIT THE ROAD TO PLAY IN NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY AFTER TONIGHT.

THE CARDINALS AND ROYALS HAVE BOTH ENDED SPRING TRAINING CAMP AND ARE MAKING THEIR WAY BACK HOME FOR THE START OF THE REGULAR SEASON LATER THIS WEEK. THE RED BIRDS SEASON OPENER WILL BE THURSDAY AT MILWAUKEE AGAINST THE BREWERS. THE ROYALS OPEN AT HOME THURSDAY AGAINST THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX.

THE CARDINALS ARE VERY HAPPY TO HAVE SIGNED PERENNIAL FIRST BASEMAN PAUL GOLDSCHMIDT TO A FIVE YEAR, $130 MILLION DOLLAR EXTENSION OVER THE WEEKEND. GOLDY HAS FINISHED 2ND OR 3RD IN NL MVP VOTING THREE DIFFERENT TIMES.

COLLEGE BASEBALL, THE MIZZOU MEN ARE 15-9 AFTER TAKING 2 OF 3 AGAINST 20TH RANKED OLE MISS OVER THE WEEKEND. THEY WILL PLAY IN TEXAS TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY AGAINST UT SAN ANTONIO AND INCARNATE WORD. THE MSU BEARS ARE 5-16 AFTER GETTING SWEPT AT SANTA BARBARA OVER THE WEEKEND. THE BEARS WILL BE AT S.E. MISSOURI ST. TUESDAY AND AT MURRAY ST. WEDNESDAY.

COLLEGE SOFTBALL, THE MSU LADY BEARS ARE 19-11 AFTER LOSING 2 OF 3 AGAINST NORTHERN IOWA THIS WEEKEND. THE MIZZOU LADY TIGERS ARE 16-12 AFTER SWEEPING A WEEKEND SERIES AT 13TH RANKED KENTUCKY THIS WEEKEND.

IN COLLEGE BASKETBALL, THE SEASON IS OVER FOR THE MISSOURI LADY TIGERS, LOSING IN THE SECOND ROUND OF THE WOMEN’S NCAA TOURNAMENT TO IOWA 68-52. THE LADY TIGERS FINISH WITH AN OVERALL RECORD OF 24-11.

THE MSU LADY BEARS PLAY THEIR SECOND ROUND NCAA TOURNAMENT GAME AGAINST IOWA ST. MONDAY EVENING. THE LADY BEARS WERE AN UPSET WINNER OVER DEPAUL IN THEIR FIRST ROUND GAME SATURDAY.

THE DRURY LADY PANTHERS HAVE ADVANCED TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT STARTING TUESDAY IN COLUMBUS, OHIO. DRURY LADIES ARE 34-0 RANKED #1 IN THE NATION IN DIVISION II.

THE MEN’S NCAA TOURNAMENT WILL TAKE A FEW DAYS OFF BEFORE RESUMING THURSDAY WITH SWEET 16 ACTION. #1 OVERALL SEED DUKE BARELY SURVIVED TO BEAT CENTRAL FLORIDA TO ADVANCE.

BRAD KESELOWSKI PICKED UP HIS SECOND WIN OF THE NASCAR SEASON, LEADING PRETTY MUCH THE ENTIRE RACE AT MARTINSVILLE. IT’S WIN NUMBER 2 OF THE SEASON, NUMBER 29 OF HIS NASCAR CAREER IN THE CUP SERIES AT MARTINSVILLE. CHASE ELLIOT SECOND.