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Please join us at our next event!

September 6th, 2016 – Tiger Talk Lunch with Gabe DeArmond

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

11:45 am – 12:05 pm Registration/Lunch Orders
12:10 pm – 1:00 pm Speaker

Gabe DeArmond, Publisher of

MIZZOU Football


There are 2 small lots behind the Pub, and the Church across the street has a large lot where guests are welcome to park. There are also a few parking spots along the street, a parking lot next to Vitality Spa adjacent to the Pub and a public parking lot at the end of Gore & Moody.

$20 per person which covers a choice of burger/sandwich, side, soft drink and gratuity.
These lunches fill up to capacity and seating is limited… Make Your Reservation Today!

Curt Sawyer, (314) 401-8604,

Checks should be mailed to:
17821 Suzanne Ridge Dr
Wildwood MO 63038

Make checks payable to Mizzou Tiger Club – St. Louis. Thanks!

Payment in cash, check or credit card can also be made at the door.

Basketball Preview Luncheon 2016

Join the Head Coach Kim Anderson, Women’s Coach Robin Pingeton and a celebrity Master of Ceremonies for lunch to kick off the 2015-2016 Tiger basketball season! This is a great chance to celebrate recruiting accomplishments with the Coach and to hear all about...

Golf Tournament 2016

Held every year in June, this event provides a full day of entertainment. Our 31st annual outing will be held for the fourth year running at beautiful Winghaven Country Club and Golf Course in O’Fallon, Missouri. Dig in at the generous lunch buffet, then head to the...

Tiger Talk Lunches 2016

The Mizzou Tiger Club – St. Louis is excited to announce its monthly STL Tiger Talk Lunches on the first Tuesday of each month during the 2016 calendar year! For $20 a person you will enjoy an awesome lunch (includes: burger/sandwich, side and soft drink and...

Support the Tigers

Several years ago, the Directors elected to waive membership fees in lieu of an annual $50 donation per member to the Tiger Scholarship Fund (TSF). Although the Club does not have a formal membership program at this time, we seek your support through event attendance and sponsorship. If you are interested in becoming a member of the board of directors or volunteering for a committee, please email Becky Kling. * To be considered for a board member position, please download and complete the application. ** Board membership will be considered on a case by case basis by the current board of directors. Thanks for supporting the Mizzou Tiger Club – St. Louis. Go Tigers!

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Mission Statement

The Mizzou Tiger Club – St. Louis is a Missouri non-profit corporation with 501(c)(3) status, established to support the athletic programs and student athletes at the University of Missouri – Columbia. As an event-driven organization, our primary goals are to raise funds for the benefit of all student athletes – men and women – and to increase awareness of the University’s athletic programs by hosting events that feature coaches and other speakers with special knowledge and expertise in various areas of sports. We do not focus on just a few sports, but diversify our programs by inviting guest speakers from all aspects of athletics. Women’s golf, volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, softball, cheer, soccer and Golden Girls, to name just a few. Men’s wrestling, golf, baseball, swimming, track & field, basketball and football, to name a few more. Compliance and other major representatives of the AD to round out what, we hope, is an enjoyable and comprehensive learning experience for all Mizzou fans throughout the greater metropolitan St. Louis area.

Club Goals

  • Work directly with the Athletic Department on all Club projects.
  • Create a network to support the development efforts of the Tiger Scholarship Fund through events, activities and personal contacts.
  • Serve as a vehicle to recruit new donors and season ticket holders for the University.
  • Create an enthusiastic atmosphere of support and goodwill for the Athletic Department and all of the University’s athletic programs.
  • Encourage good sportsmanship by setting an example for others to follow.