The senior, who is in her third year on varsity and first as a starter, is often credited for her dedication to the game.
The Tigers not only want to post a high score, but also look to beat rival Oklahoma on Friday at Hearnes Center and gain supremacy in the Big 12 Conference.
MU junior guard Alyssa Hollins added another line to her resume on Thursday when she put in four 3-pointers in a loss at Nebraska to break the Missouri single-season 3-point record and the school’s career record.
Missouri doesn’t have a huge size advantage over the Buffaloes, but Colorado lacks a dominant low-post player like Nebraska’s Aleks Maric or Kansas State’s Michael Beasley.
For the Tigers to have a chance at a Big 12 Championship on March 8 in Stillwater, Okla., coach Brian Smith will rely on the trio to keep winning. All three earned No. 1 seeds in the tournament and enter with momentum and confidence.
Rock Bridge escaped with a 42-41 victory Wednesday in the Class 5 District 10 semifinal. The Bruins advance to play host Hickman in the championship at 7 p.m. Friday.
Harry Statham is in the final week of his 42nd season at McKendree, where he has racked up 959 wins for the Bearcats since his first season in 1966. The mark is the record for coaches at four-year colleges.
The Hickman girls basketball team wins easily at home against Jefferson City, 58-36.
The Missouri women’s basketball team heads to Lincoln determined to break a nine-game losing streak, and will have to avoid another collapse against the Huskers.
Articles from the Bruins boys basketball team's most painful losses hang on junior guard Skylar Tolson's bedroom wall. He says they are something he doesn't want to happen again. "It fuels my fire,” Tolson says.
Brandon Gleeson’s experiences as a basketball player have helped him mature as a person.
After missing out on a chance to advance to the U.S. Olympic Team Trials by one spot, MU sophomore Sarah Shire now performs for herself and the Tigers.
Missouri hasn’t been to the postseason since losing to DePaul in the first round of the NIT in 2005, but college basketball analysts believe the Tigers could end that streak this season.
Columbia College led by 11 at the half but could not hold on to the lead.
The Hickman Kewpies defeated the Smith-Cotton Tigers in the opening round of the district tournament 69-46.
Missouri Decathlete Nick Adcock who holds 2 school track records almost quit track in high school
MU Tennis player Chrissy Svetlic won the Brock Olivo Award which essentially represents hard work.
The academic status of Stefhon Hannah, dismissed from the Missouri basketball team, remains unclear
The MU baseball team returns a stellar rotation with few question marks, while the lineup - which some see as a weakness - has a few holes to fill.