The Tigers struggled shooting the ball all night, making only 16 baskets all game in their 59-52 loss to the Richmond Spiders, who improved to 6-1 on the season. Missouri, which was third in the nation in scoring with 81.5 points a game heading into the game, just couldn’t find its touch from anywhere on the court.
Let the argument begin: This year's Danario Alexander vs. last year's Jeremy Maclin.
Some Kansas fans wore Mangino gear in case it was the coach's last game.
Missouri junior Paola Ampudia led Missouri with 26 kills in the match, pushing her season total to 410 and making her the ninth player in the program history to post at least 400 kills in a single season.
A Brian Coulter safety with less than three minutes left cut the Kansas lead to 39-38. The following Missouri drive got the Tigers inside the 10-yard line. Grant Ressel's 27-yard field goal as time expired clinched Missouri's eighth win of the year.
The Cougars are now 6-1 on the season.