PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri volleyball loses to Texas A&M

Saturday, September 29, 2012 | 12:34 a.m. CDT; updated 4:46 p.m. CDT, Saturday, September 29, 2012
Missouri middle blocker, Whitney Little, jumps during Friday night's 3-1 loss to Texas A&M. The sophomore is a Texas native from Keller, Tex.

COLUMBIA – The Tigers lost 3-1 (20-25, 25-23, 23-25, 17-25) to Texas A&M on Friday night at the Hearnes Center.



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Texas A&M outside hitters Heather Reynolds, left, and Ashley Vrana huddle before the game against Missouri on Friday night. Texas A&M defeated Missouri 3-1.


Carl Justice,9, left, Mai Pham, 9, Adelaide Becing, 10, and Jessica Touchatt, 9, sing and sign the national anthem before the volleyball game on Friday night. The kids cheered for the Tigers after they sang and danced to music played by the MU band.


Texas A&M players Tori Mellinger, left, and Stephanie Minnerly, right, jump up to block a spike from Missouri middle blocker Whitney Little. Many of the Aggie players wrapped their fingers in black athletic tape for the game on Friday night.


Missouri volleyball celebrates after winning the second set against Texas A&M on Friday night. Despite Missouri's efforts, Texas A&M left with a 3-1 victory.


VolleyZou performs a dance routine while cheering on the Tigers at the Hearnes Center. VolleyZou danced and cheered and encouraged other Missouri fans to join them throughout the game.


Molly Kreklow sets a ball while Texas A&M outside hitter Tori Mellinger gets ready to jump up to block in the final set of the game Friday night.


After losing to Texas A&M, Missouri middle blocker Lydia Ely cuddles with Dewey, Missouri's Puppies with Purpose's first service dog. Dewey was a favorite with VolleyZou and the rest of the volleyball team.

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