COLUMBIA — Alyssa Hollins was on the women’s basketball team when the Tigers made the 2006 NCAA Tournament, but she was just a freshman watching from the bench. A year ago, she started 30 of 31 games for Missouri, but she was by no means the No. 1 option. Hollins averaged 11.5 points per game, but she was just one of four players in double figures. Then, seven seniors graduated and the cupboard was suddenly bare, sans Hollins.
Hollins steps up for Tigers
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