The Tigers cut an 11-point deficit down to one before falling to No. 9 Florida State in the championship game of the Seminole Classic.
The Tigers struggled shooting the ball all night, making only 16 baskets all game in their 59-52 loss to the Richmond Spiders, who improved to 6-1 on the season. Missouri, which was third in the nation in scoring with 81.5 points a game heading into the game, just couldn’t find its touch from anywhere on the court.
The Missouri women's basketball team beat Florida A&M 69-65 on Friday in the Tigers' first game of the Seminole Classic at Florida State. The win improves the Tigers to 3-1.
While most people were sitting down for their Thanksgiving dinner, the Missouri women's basketball team was arriving in Florida to play in the Seminole Classic. Being away from family for the holidays has helped the team create a special bond.
Missouri's Kim English scored 26-points for the Tigers in a 99-56 win over Tennessee-Chattanooga on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena, but it was fan Jacob Stout who stole the show during a halftime contest with a half-court basket that netted him $5,000.
At the end of Missouri's victory over Texas-Pan American the basket appeared to be 10-feet wide for sophomore guard Kim English, who scored a career-high 25 points for the Tigers.
Scoring comes easily for Tigers in rout of Texas-Pan American.
The Tigers put its second half woes behind and used a later jumper from Jasmyn Otote to defeat Indiana on the road.
The Tigers play their first road game at 1 p.m. Sunday at Indiana.
Mike Anderson said he will know more about the outlook on Tiller’s injured left foot this weekend, and he will confer with Pat Beckmann, Missouri’s associate director of sports medicine, to monitor the injury.
Missouri, which led by 17 at halftime, gave up the lead for good when Memphis sophomore Brittany Carter hit a mid-range jumper with 12 seconds remaining.
Memphis coach Melissa McFerrin was a talented basketball player when she played for Missouri in the early 1980s. She returned to Columbia and helped lead her team to a comeback victory against Missouri.
The Tigers' new motto, C.H.A.N.G.E, an acronym standing for competitiveness, happiness, attitude, new beginning, greatness and energy, reflects the goals of the four seniors on this season's team.
It was hard not to notice Missouri’s gangling 6-foot-8-inch, 205-pound forward during the Tigers’ season-opening 83-68 win against Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday night in front of 6,986 at Mizzou Arena.
When senior captain J.T. Tiller left the game with an ankle injury early in the second half, Missouri's bench players filled the void in the Tigers' 83-68 win over Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.
The Missouri men’s basketball team won its season-opener against Tennessee-Martin 83-68 on Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena.
Being in the proper physical shape to play "The Fastest 40 Minutes in Basketball" is no easy task, but the Missouri men's basketball team has developed a unique training program to help it get there.
A balanced attack led Missouri to a victory against visiting Northern Iowa in its season opener. Missouri's 21 bench points highlighted the team's depth.
The Missouri women's basketball team beat Northern Iowa 74-57 in its regular season opener Sunday night at Mizzou Arena.