The Missouri men's basketball team put its NCAA tournament hopes in jeopardy with a 71-56 loss at Georgia.
Missouri coach Frank Haith’s stern message to his team entering Tuesday night’s game at Georgia was as simple as it was clear: play harder.
Missouri struggled to knock down shots in its 56-50 loss to No. 10 Tennessee at Mizzou Arena on Sunday. Four Tigers scored for Missouri as the team shot just 29.2 percent from the field.
Saturday night's 80-73 loss to Alabama dropped Missouri into a seven-way tie for fourth place in the Southeastern Conference.
One year after upsetting then No. 9 Tennessee at Mizzou Arena, the Tigers welcome the No. 10 Volunteers to Columbia for what could be another pivotal matchup.
Missouri's Sierra Michaelis shined in her second career start and led the way to a 81-76 win over Florida in the Tigers' first-ever visit to Gainesville, Fla.
Missouri's recent success in close games goes back to its youngest players. Freshmen such as Torren Jones, while not the most important pieces for the Tigers, have contributed just enough.
A 47-point second-half performance atoned for Missouri's lackadaisical first half in Wednesday night's 67-64 victory against Vanderbilt.
Jabari Brown’s hands dropped to his knees and squeezed, forcing a grimace.
Sophomore Michelle Hudyn has made the most of her limited minutes this season for the Missouri women's basketball team.
In a phone conversation with the Missourian on Tuesday afternoon, ESPN's Joe Lunardi said what he believes Missouri needs to do to feel comfortable about securing one of the tournament’s 36 at-large bids with Selection Sunday (March 16) less than a month away.
Next up for the Missouri men's basketball team (18-7, 6-6 Southeastern Conference) is a rematch Wednesday night inside Mizzou Arena against Vanderbilt (14-10, 6-6).
Former Missouri forward Alex Oriakhi gives advice to Missouri forwards on a visit to MU during the NBA All-Star break. Oriakhi plays for the Sioux Falls Skyforce in the NBA Developmental League.
Led by a dominant first-half performance, the Missouri women's basketball team coasted to a 68-58 victory at Auburn. The win breaks a three game losing skid for the Tigers and qualifies the team for postseason play.
Missouri basketball topped Tennessee despite just seven points from Jordan Clarkson, thanks to an effective frontcourt effort unseen before Saturday.
For the second consecutive game, Missouri preserved a victory with a late-game defensive stop.
With five games to go, the Missouri women's basketball team must take advantage of its final opportunities to make hopes of postseason play a reality.
Missouri's guard-oriented team will face one of the Southeastern Conference's premier frontcourt tandems Saturday afternoon against Tennessee.
Missouri's biggest minute of the season began with one of its best players on the ground.
The Tigers claimed their 86-85 win over Arkansas on Thursday when the clock wasn't ticking.