The Missouri men's basketball team focused from start to finish to beat Illinois 81-68 in the annual Braggin' Rights game Wednesday night at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
Stopping Illinois' big men during the Braggin’ Rights game Wednesday night represents the ultimate challenge for the mostly unproven Missouri forwards.
The Missouri men's basketball team is looking to stop a nine-game losing streak against Illinois in the annual Braggin' Rights game on Wednesday night in St. Louis.
John Underwood, a freshman forward on the Missouri men's basketball team, gorges himself every day to fill out his thin 6-foot-9 inch, 208-pound frame.
Already without leading scorers Jessra Johnson and Amanda Hanneman, the Tigers lost Marissa Scott and Shakara Jones to injuries Monday night.
Cary Shelton, the coach of the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions, isn't your every day head coach. Not only is he a man coaching a women's team, he uses as many as 15 players in close games.
After a week full of final exams and practice, Missouri senior guard Zaire Taylor graduated Saturday, receiving his diploma in Sociology. The accomplishment made Saturday's 88-70 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff extra fun.
An 88-70 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday pushed the Tigers' home-court streak to 25 games.
During finals week, the Missouri men's basketball team has had only a short practice and scrimmage in preparation for Saturday's game against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
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 players Amanda Hanneman and Jessra Johnson were reinstated, according to a statement released by the MU Athletics Department.
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.
Missouri women's basketball players Amanda Hanneman and Jessra Johnson were arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of third-degree assault.
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.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson said the Tigers' forwards have to step it up.
Two Missouri women's basketball players arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault say they were attempting to stop a fight.
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.
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.