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Mizzou Basketball

Missouri men's basketball players enjoy Hickman-Rock Bridge rivalry

Players from the Missouri men's basketball team were in the stands to watch Rock Bridge senior guard Ricky Kreklow lead the Bruins to a 60-37 victory over Hickman on Thursday night. Kreklow has committed to join the Tigers' program next season.

Missouri women's basketball reinstates suspended players

Missouri women's basketball players Amanda Hanneman and Jessra Johnson were reinstated, according to a statement released by the MU Athletics Department.

Face of Missouri men's basketball suspended one game

Missouri men's basketball player J.T. Tiller was arrested early Thursday morning on a warrant for an unpaid speeding ticket and was suspended for the Tigers game against Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday at Mizzou Arena.

Charges will not be filed against Missouri women's basketbal players

Missouri women's basketball players Amanda Hanneman and Jessra Johnson were arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of third-degree assault.

No charges yet in arrest of Missouri women's basketball players

The Boone County Prosecutor's office is still deciding whether to pursue charges against Tigers women's basketball players Jessra Johnson and Amanda Hanneman, who were arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of third-degree assault.

Rebounding still concern for Missouri men's basketball team

Missouri coach Mike Anderson said the Tigers' forwards have to step it up.

More details emerge in arrest of women's basketball players

Two Missouri women's basketball players arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault say they were attempting to stop a fight.

Flores steals show in Missouri victory

The sophomore forward Christine Flores started in the place of suspended Jessra Johnson and delivered a dominating performance, recording 16 points, 12 rebounds and 7 blocks. Flores' play led the Tigers to a rout of Murray State.

Missouri women's basketball moves on without suspended stars

The Tigers played their first game Sunday without suspended seniors Jessra Johnson and Amanda Hanneman, who were arrested early Friday and charged with third-degree assault.

Missouri basketball freshmen get chance to shine

Freshman Dixon comfortable playing Missouri's style

Missouri basketball team beats Fairleigh Dickinson

Update: Missouri women's basketball players arrested

The Tigers leading scorers, Amanda Hanneman and Jessra Johnson, were arrested by Columbia police on suspicion of third-degree assault early Friday morning.

Dressler family bonds over basketball

Mark Dressler, a former Missouri basketball player, has taught his three children to play and love the sport of basketball. His oldest two children play in college, and his youngest plays for Rock Bridge.

Missouri women's basketball team suspends two players

Amanda Hanneman and Jessra Johnson have been “suspended indefinitely due to a violation of team policy," according to Kate Lakin, assistant director of media relations for the team.

Missouri men's basketball team off pace on road

The Missouri men's basketball team is 4-0 at home where it sets its trademark fast, defensive tempo. But away from Mizzou Arena, the Tigers have been lulled into a slower, less successful pace.

Bench gets chance for Missouri women's basketball team

The Missouri reserves outscored the entire Texas-Pan American team in the Tigers' 83-34 victory Thursday night at Mizzou Arena. Bailey Gee and Christine Flores led the team with 14 points apiece, pushing the Tigers' record to 6-2.

Hanneman gives Missouri women's basketball team outside threat

After being plagued by injuries throughout her Missouri career, senior Amanda Hanneman is finally healthy and leads the Tigers this season with 25 3-pointers.

Missouri men's basketball team loses in final seconds

Marcus Denmon missed a free throw with less than 10 seconds to go, and the Missouri men's basketball team saw a one-point lead turn into a 60-59 loss to Oral Roberts on Wednesday night in Tulsa, Okla.

Missouri women's basketball team gets ugly road win

Jessra Johnson was the lone bright spot in the Missouri women's basketball team's 52-46 victory over Bradley Tuesday night on the road. In a game where the Tigers shot just 27 percent,  Johnson became the 27th player at Missouri to reach the 1,000-point milestone.



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