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Stephens beats Principia College

Woes aside, Missouri women's basketball adept at 3-point shooting

In a year where the Tigers have only one conference win and rank at or near the bottom of almost every major statistical category in the Big 12 Conference, the affinity and skill in firing the 3-point shot has kept the team in the thick of most games.

Tigers look to slow Beasley in rematch with Kansas State

A big key to slowing Beasley in the first meeting on Feb. 2 was double and triple-teaming him each time he touched the ball.

Team play is key as Tigers top Cornhuskers

Missouri scored 15 points in the overtime to defeat Nebraska on Wednesday night. Keon Lawrence scored 19 points in the win.

Otote steps up beyond her years

Freshman Jasmyn Otote has joined the starting lineup over the last few weeks after spending the better part of the season on the bench

Returning players to help contain Nebraska’s Maric

The last time Missouri played Nebraska, the team was without three suspended forwards to help contain Nebraska’s 6-foot-11 center Aleks Maric.

Hannah dismissed from basketball team

Stefhon Hannah was dismissed from the Missouri basketball team Tuesday, head coach Mike Anderson said in a news release.

Hannah yet to arrive, details of suspension still unclear

Bad weather prevents suspended Missouri Tigers guard from returning to Columbia.

MU attorneys ask judge to halt O’Neal family subpoena

MU attorneys asked a Boone County Circuit judge Monday to prevent a potential “war of paper” between the university and attorneys laying the groundwork for a change of venue in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents of Aaron O’Neal.

Richbow quietly guides MU women's basketball team at the point

Toy Richbow is ninth in the Big 12 Conference in assists at 3.7 a game, but more important to the Tigers is that she is 19th in the league and third on the team in minutes with 30.8 per game. She has provided a consistent presence on the court that has helped a young team, with four new starters, build chemistry.

In wake of suspensions, Safford's role burgeoning for the Tigers

After five teammates were suspended late last month, the freshman forward has been thrust into a more prominent role for the Tigers. He played 18 minutes against Nebraska and 21 minutes against Kansas State, the first games Missouri was without its full roster.

Hannah yet to return to team

Missouri point guard Stefhon Hannah, who returned to Columbia on Friday and was then arrested on suspicion of third degree assault, is supposed to return to classes on Monday, coach Mike Anderson said.

MU women's basketball team loses eighth straight

The MU women's basketball team had its fourth-lowest scoring output of the season in a loss Saturday at Iowa State. The Tigers shot just 35 percent and scored only 23 points in each half.

MU men's basketball team overtaken in second half

Missouri’s game against Texas A&M on Saturday was decided in the first five minutes and three seconds of the second half, when the Aggies went on a 15-0 run.

Hannah arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault

MU guard Stefhon Hannah was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault Friday afternoon in connection with a Jan. 27 altercation at Athena Night Club. Hannah received a broken jaw in the fight. According to employees, Athena has since closed.

Hollins steps up for Tigers

Junior Alyssa Hollins was the only returning member of the Missouri women’s basketball team that averaged 10 minutes per game a year ago, and she's helped carry the team from day one.

Anderson Jr., making the most of his time

Against Kansas, Anderson Jr., made a case that he is more than just the walk-on, coach’s son who plays the final minutes in a big win. He played six minutes, even with scholarship players available on the bench.

Carroll’s leadership emerging in wake of suspensions

During the course of the season it has been obvious DeMarre Carroll is important to the Tigers, but since the suspension of five players last week, it has looked more and more like the Tigers are now Carroll’s team.

Energy, attitude stands out against Oklahoma

Despite struggling throughout the Big 12 season, the Missouri women’s basketball team almost sprung a gigantic upset over the No. 10 Sooners on Wednesday.

Tigers feeling battered after tough stretch

After playing three games over a span of six days, the Tigers returned to practice Wednesday with plenty of time to prepare for Saturday’s game against Texas A&M.



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