PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri women's basketball defeats Kansas State
Saturday, February 25, 2012 | 5:41 p.m. CST
The Tigers defeated the Wildcats by a score of 61-56 in overtime at Mizzou Arena on Saturday. The victory was the Tigers' first home conference win of the season. With the win, Missouri moves to 12-15 overall and 2-14 in Big 12 play.
Missouri guard Sydney Crafton maintains control of the ball after being grazed by Kansas State guard Ashia Woods' hand at Mizzou Arena on Saturday. Missouri won the game 61-56.
Missouri forward BreAnna Brock wrestles Kansas State guards Ashia Woods, left, and Brittany Chambers for the ball at Mizzou Arena on Saturday. Missouri won the game 61-56 in overtime.
Missouri forward BreAnna Brock attempts to shoot the ball during the game against Kansas State on Saturday afternoon at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers beat the Wildcats 61-56 in overtime.
Missouri guard Sydney Crafton and Kansas State forward Jalana Childs wrestle for the ball on Saturday afternoon at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers beat the Wildcats 61-56 in overtime.
Missouri basketball players jump off the bench in excitement after teammate Liene Priede made a three point shot to tie the game and send it into overtime Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
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