PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri Tigers celebrate senior night, victory over Iowa State Cyclones
Wednesday, February 29, 2012 | 11:29 p.m. CST;
updated 11:48 a.m. CST, Thursday, March 1, 2012
Missouri men's basketball defeated Iowa State 78-72 in their last home game of the regular season Wednesday night.
Eight Tigers' players, including Kim English, Steve Moore and Michael Dixon were honored during the senior night ceremony before the game.
After warming up, Missouri guards Kim English and Michael Dixon walk off the court to get ready for the Senior Night ceremony Wednesday at Mizzou Arena. English is one of eight graduating players who were part of the most successful men's basketball teams in the university's history. The Missouri Tigers went on to defeat the Iowa State Cyclones 78-72.
Missouri guard Kim English attempts to make a shot as Iowa State forward Royce White attempts a block during the game Wednesday at Mizzou Arena. The Tigers defeated the Cyclones 78-72.
Missouri guard Kim English attempts a steal from Iowa State guard Bubu Palo during Missouri's game Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena. Missouri won their last home game of the season 78-72.
Missouri center Steve Moore dunks the ball during Missouri's game against Iowa State on Wednesday at Mizzou Arena. He was honored before the game for senior night. This is Moore's fourth and final season on the team.
Missouri center Steve Moore addresses the crowd after the final home game of the season against Iowa State at Mizzou Arena on Wednesday. Moore was kicked in the face while going for a rebound during the second half of the game, resulting in a minor bruise under his left eye.
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