PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri Women's Basketball falls to Oklahoma State

Saturday, January 21, 2012 | 7:51 p.m. CST; updated 10:58 p.m. CST, Saturday, January 21, 2012

COLUMBIA — Missouri Women's basketball lost to Oklahoma State 62-58 Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Christine Flores led Missouri with 20 points.

Oklahoma State Cowgirl forward Toni Young goes for a basket while MU forward BreAnna Brock attempts a block Saturday at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers lost a nail-biter finishing 62-52.
MU guard Liene Priede fights for the ball against Oklahoma State guard Tiffany Bias during the game on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. After winning the game 62-58, Oklahoma state improved their record in the Big 12 to 3-3.
MU guard Liene Priede winces in pain after dislocating her finger in the first half against Oklahoma State on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Priede played again later in the second half.
MU forward Christine Flores reaches for the basket while Oklahoma State center, Kendra Suttles, attempts a block Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Flores finished the game with seven field goals and seven rebounds.
Oklahoma State teammates (left to right) Jenni Bryan, Tiffany Bias, Lindsey Keller and Jordan Schultz celebrate after defeating the MU Tigers in Saturday evening's game at Mizzou Arena. The Oklahoma Cowgirls defeated the MU Tigers 62-58.
MU forward Christine Flores goes in for a layup as Oklahoma State forward Liz Donohoe attempts to block her. MU guard Bailey Gee looks on.

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