PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri women's basketball falls to Iowa State

Wednesday, February 8, 2012 | 10:46 p.m. CST; updated 7:48 a.m. CST, Thursday, February 9, 2012

COLUMBIA — The Tigers lost to the Cyclones on Wednesday night, 65-52. Kyley Simmons and BreAnna Brock had 14 points each for Missouri, who fell to 0-11 in Big 12 Conference play. The team's next game is against Oklahoma (15-7) at 2 p.m. Saturday in Norman, Okla.

Missouri senior forward Christine Flores reaches for a rebound against the Iowa State Cyclones on Wednesday at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers lost, 65-52.
Missouri junior Liz Smith fights for a rebound Wednesday while playing Iowa State University. Missouri lost, 65-52, marking their 11th consecutive loss.
Missouri freshman Morgan Eye dives for a loose ball while playing against Iowa State University on Wednesday. Eye is one of two starting freshman and had 10 field goals and nine rebounds during the match-up against the Cyclones.
Senior forward BreAnna Brock struggles to gain control of the ball against Iowa State junior center Anna Prins on Wednesday at Mizzou Arena. The Cyclones defeated the Tigers, 65-52.
Missouri's senior BreAnna Brock shoots over 6'7" Iowa junior Anna Prins on Wednesday.
Freshman guard Kyley Simmons dribbles to the basket. She scored 14 points for the Tigers on Wednesday night.

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