THE WEEK IN MISSOURI SPORTS: Football beats Texas A&M, heads to SEC Championship; volleyball completes undefeated season
This week in Missouri sports, the football team defeated Texas A&M and punched its ticket to the SEC Championship game, and the volleyball team completed a perfect regular season.
The Missouri women's basketball team fell to the University of Miami in the championship game of the University of Miami Thanksgiving Tournament.
Missouri closes Continental Tire Las Vegas Invitational with a 83-70 win over Nevada after defeating Northwestern on Thursday.
In its first game of the Miami Thanksgiving Tournament, Missouri beat Hartford 68-45. The win was Robin Pingeton's 50th with the Tigers.
Missouri volleyball's Wayne and Susan Kreklow have raised their family around basketball and volleyball.
Frank Haith returned from a five-game suspension to lead the Missouri men's basketball team to a 78-67 win over Northwestern.
Missouri women's basketball travels to Miami to play in the Miami Thanksgiving Tournament. Missouri is 6-0, and the next win will be coach Robin Pingeton's 50th with Missouri.
Missouri volleyball defeated the visiting Razorbacks in three sets to earn an undefeated regular season, 34-0.
Frank Haith, whose suspension ended Tuesday, said he learned a lot about his team while watching the games from afar.
You know about the players, the coaches, the athletic trainers and the fans. But at the Hearnes Center, it's also the housekeepers, the ticket takers, the ushers and plenty of others who make the events possible.
Sophomore point guard Lianna Doty scored a career-high 21 points and added a career-high 10 assists to lead Missouri to a 78-69 win against UMKC.
Seniors Molly Kreklow and Lisa Henning prepare to leave Missouri after leading the team to its best season in program history.
The Missouri swimming and diving teams announced the addition of 15 athletes Tuesday. There are 14 incoming freshmen that signed National Letters of Intent and one athlete transferring from LSU.
Interim coach Tim Fuller's mission all along was to not lose a game, and he completed his mission as Missouri defeated IUPUI 78-64 Monday in the last of his five-game stint at the helm.
Morgan and Maddie Stock knew they wanted to play college basketball together. Now in their second year, the Missouri guards contribute to the strong offensive effort coming off the bench.
Mississippi's four-game winning streak is history along with its short stay in the national rankings.
Southeastern Conference Player of the Week honor went to Missouri senior outside hitter Lisa Henning. In wins over Mississippi State and Kentucky, Henning had 5.25 points per set and hit .453 over the weekend.
Missouri volleyball defeated Kentucky on the road to bring the Tigers within one win of a perfect regular season.
Volleyball's SEC Championship title, football's defeat of Ole Miss and men's and women's basketball teams' undefeated season starts made sports headlines this week.
Missouri football and volleyball had big wins this week with the volleyball team capturing the school's first SEC Championship title. Here's a look at the photos Missourian photographers captured in the last week.