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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri women's basketball team wins exhibition

Monday, November 8, 2010 | 7:34 p.m. CST
MU guard Bekah Mills drives the ball down the court pass Oklahoma City forward Desiree Jeffries, left, and guard Emily Davis at the game against Oklahoma City at the Mizzou Arena on Sunday.

COLUMBIA — The Missouri women’s basketball team held on to win another close exhibition game. They beat Oklahoma City University with a close score of 68-66 on Sunday.

MU forward Christine Flores attempts a shot while Oklahoma City guard Donica Cosby tries to block her at the game against Oklahoma City at Mizzou Arena on Sunday. MU beat Oklahoma City 68-66.
MU Bailey Gee helps her teammate, forward Christine Flores, up off the ground after an Oklahoma City player pushed Flores during a play.
MU Head Coach Robin Pingeton shouts to her players from the bench at the game against Oklahoma City at Mizzou Arena on Sunday. MU beat Oklahoma City 68-66.
Fans watch the closing minutes of the Missouri women's basketball exhibition game against Oklahoma City on Sunday at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers pulled out a two-point win.
Missouri guard RaeShara Brown dribbles past Oklahoma City forward Desiree Jeffries on Sunday at Mizzou Arena. Brown finished with 23 points.

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