Missouri struggled late against Ole Miss, losing 64-62 in the final seconds to the Rebels in the SEC quarterfinals. The NCAA tournament field, in which the Tigers expect to be included, will be announced Sunday.
The Missouri men's basketball team was clearly frustrated after its 64-62 loss to Ole Miss on Friday in Nashville, Tenn. The Tigers now must wait for the NCAA selection show Sunday to determine their postseason fate.
The Rebels finished the season with a 23-8 record and were 12-6 in conference play. They were seeded No. 3 in the conference tournament.
The Tigers couldn't hold off Ole Miss in a 64-62 loss on Friday night in the quarterfinals of the Southeastern Conference tournament in Nashville, Tenn.
The Tigers defeated Texas A&M 62-50 in Missouri's first game of the SEC Tournament. They will play Ole Miss on Friday.
The Tigers are done playing at Mizzou Arena, but they won't have any more road games either. When Missouri begins play Thursday in the Southeastern Conference tournament, it will be playing at a neutral site, and the Tigers have had success at neutral sites this season.
Missouri point guard Phil Pressey was named to the All-SEC first team while forward Laurence Bowers was named to the second team.
The Missouri men's basketball team is busy preparing for the Southeastern Conference tournament, which starts Thursday for the Tigers.
Florida (No. 13) remains the only ranked team in the SEC but dropped two spots after losing to Kentucky. Gonzaga, Duke, Indiana, Louisville and Georgetown are this week's top five.
The Missouri men's basketball team suffered yet another road game loss after finishing with an undefeated home game season. Missouri baseball finally secured a win after a rough start to the season.
Missouri will begin the postseason with the Southeastern Conference tournament Thursday at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. Missouri will be the sixth of 14 seeds in the tournament.
It was the ninth loss of the season, the eighth on the road, the seventh against a Southeastern Conference opponent, and a similar story for the Tigers.
The Tigers are getting hot, and it couldn’t have come at a better time with just one game left before the postseason.
Although Oriakhi is about to finish his only season with the Missouri men's basketball team, his presence has become vital to the team— especially as it heads into the postseason.
Vanderbilt took away Missouri's lead in the second half with an 18-0 run.
The Tigers' two point guards, freshman Lianna Doty and sophomore Kyley Simmons, have focused on reducing giveaways, and the new mindset contributed to two key victories at the end of the regular season.
With all of the agitation coming from coach Frank Haith, it would be easy to think the Tigers were struggling, but the score indicated otherwise. Missouri easily secured a 93-63 victory over Arkansas.
He took two steps out of the tunnel, and you could hear his arrival. Mike Anderson, who coached at Missouri for six years, who led the Tigers to three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, who won the 2009 Big Twelve Championship, was booed.
After thanking Missouri fans for his five years at Missouri, senior forward Laurence Bowers ended his speech with a mention of former Missouri guard Michael Dixon Jr.
After the Tigers beat Arkansas 93-63, Laurence Bowers mentioned former basketball player Michael Dixon Jr. in his Senior Night speech.