After a 45-point loss in Knoxville in January, the Missouri women's basketball team handed No. 9 Tennessee its first Southeastern Conference loss in a stunning 80-63 victory. It was the Tigers' first win against a Top 10 opponent since it knocked off Baylor in January 2010.
Sophomore Morgan Eye tied the Missouri women's basketball single-season 3-pointer record in Missouri's 80-63 upset win against No. 9 Tennessee. Eye has made 90 3-pointers this season.
Earnest Ross, who transferred to Missouri from Auburn, was excited to play against his former teammates. Ross finished with a season high of 23 points.
Missouri beat Auburn 91-77 Saturday afternoon. It was the first game since Dec. 22 Missouri had all of its key players healthy.
Missouri's 3-point specialist Morgan Eye has embraced the challenge of the Southeastern Conference and is six 3-pointers away from the Missouri single-season record.
Five Missouri players scored in double figures including 24 points from Keion Bell and 23 from Earnest Ross in a 91-77 victory over Auburn on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
Last year’s Tigers were great at it, nine guys following the veteran leadership of Kim English and Marcus Denmon, translating to a 30-5 record. But this year’s team is different.
The Tigers saw leads as large as 12 points and deficits as large as seven points in a 69-64 victory Thursday night at Mizzou Arena.
When the Tigers scored to pull ahead of Florida 66-64, Tigers coach Robin Pingeton thrust her arms into the air, still clutching her clipboard. "We talked about how our backs were against the wall and how we were going to respond," she said.
It’s only February, and with Wednesday night’s 73-70 loss to LSU, the No. 17-ranked Missouri men's basketball team already has as many losses as last year’s team.
The Tigers' Liene Priede grew up in Riga, Latvia and moved to the United States with aspirations to learn the language and play basketball. She has another dream as well — to become a comedian.
Missouri rallied back from a 13-point halftime deficit but fell short in a 73-70 loss Wednesday at LSU.
The Tigers will have a chance to pick up its first victory at an SEC opponent's arena when it plays Wednesday at LSU. Missouri coach Frank Haith says it won't be easy.
After missing five games with a sprained right knee, Bowers will see limited playing time in Wednesday night's game against LSU.
Of the three Southeastern Conference teams ranked, Missouri is third, behind No. 4 Florida and No. 16 Ole Miss.
Missouri forward Alex Oriakhi scored 18 points in the Tigers' games against South Carolina and Vanderbilt, but he has been quiet about it in front of the media.
The Missouri women's basketball team lost 77-58 at Texas A&M on Sunday. Bri Kulas led the team in points with 12. Morgan Eye followed with nine.
Missouri coach Robin Pingeton said she's seen growth in senior guard Sydney Crafton, but wants her to continue to be more aggressive in making drives to the basket.
On the heels of the senior center's pregame dance number, the Tigers trounced the Vanderbilt Commodores 81-59 in front of a sold-out Mizzou Arena. Guard Jabari Brown led the team with 21 points, including 4 three-pointers.
The Missouri men's basketball staff wore white and gold athletic shoes with their suits and ties to help raise cancer awareness for the Coaches vs. Cancer foundation.