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The Missouri Tigers athletics programs include the extramural and intramural sports teams of the University of Missouri, located in Columbia, Missouri, United States. The name comes from a band of armed guards called the Fighting Tigers of Columbia who, in 1864, protected Columbia from guerrillas during the Civil War
The University of Missouri (often referred to as Mizzou or MU) is the flagship institution of the University of Missouri System. The women's teams are sometimes called the Lady Tigers, but often both the men's and women's teams are simply called the Tigers. Mizzou is a member of the Southeastern Conference, and is the only NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision program in Missouri. Its wrestling program, the only one sponsored by an SEC member school, competes in the Mid-American Conference.
Prior to joining the SEC in 2012, Missouri was a charter member of what is now the Big 12 Conference, competing in that conference from starting in 1907 when it was known as the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association, which officially changed its name to the Big Eight Conference in 1964, then to the Big 12 in 1996 after adding half of the remaining schools in the former Southwest Conference (one of these schools, Texas A&M, joined the SEC with Missouri in 2012). The first Missouri Tigers baseball team was in 1868. The first recorded season was in 1891, when the Tigers went 2–2. The Tigers won the National Championship in 1954. The presence of former Missouri Tiger baseball players in professional baseball continues to grow each year. Current MU head coach Tim Jamieson has seen 40 players in his 13-year tenure sign pro contracts. Notable Tiger baseball alumni include Tim Laudner, who played for the 1987 World Champion Minnesota Twins, and Phil Bradley, who played for several teams in 1980s and early 1990s, and current Major Leaguer Ian Kinsler.