PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri women's basketball comes up short against Texas A&M
Tuesday, February 14, 2012 | 11:23 p.m. CST
COLUMBIA — The Tigers almost upset the defending national champions Tuesday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri let the game slip away in the final minutes and allowed Texas A&M to walk out with a victory.
MU guard Kyley Simmons halts her dribble as Texas A&M defender Sydney Carter tries to keep up during their match up at the Mizzou Arena on Tuesday evening. Missouri lost to Texas A&M, 56-52, in the last minutes of the game.
MU forward Christine Flores shoots over Kelsey Assarian at the Mizzou Arena on Tuesday evening. Flores was the top scorer for Missouri with a total of 20 points.
Texas A&M guard Sydney Carter shoots for a rebound over Missouri forward Christine Flores and guard Sydney Crafton during the Tiger's 56-52 loss to the Texas A&M Aggies at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday. The Tigers had a 30-29 rebounding advantage over the Aggies in the loss.
Missouri guard Morgan Eye surveys the court during the first half of the Tiger's 56-52 loss to the Texas A&M Aggies at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday. Eye had 19 points and 3 rebounds for the game.
The Missouri women's basketball bench celebrates after Christina Flores scores another 3-point shot during the second half of the Tiger's 56-52 loss to the Texas A&M Aggies at Mizzou Arena on Tuesday. Flores scored a game high 20 points.
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