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.
With almost a full season of college basketball under their belts, how have Missouri's freshmen progressed?
Michael Qualls remembers the atmosphere inside Mizzou Arena last season all too well, even if he'd like to forget the result.
The Southeastern Conference's efforts to upgrade men's basketball remain a work in progress. The SEC took steps to make teams upgrade nonconference schedules starting this season. The goal is to boost power ratings and land more than last year's three teams in the NCAA tournament.
The Missouri women's basketball team dropped its third straight game at home against Alabama, 59-56. The Tigers made a late comeback attempt, but their first-half woes were too much to overcome.
Despite a second-half rally by Missouri, Ole Miss outlasted the Tigers 91-88 in Oxford.
The Tigers' comeback fell short and left the team without many opportunities to play their way into the NCAA Tournament.
Missouri women's basketball has six games left before the Southeastern Conference tournament. Here are six things you should know about the Tigers prior to their final six games.
Missouri women's basketball falls 75-58 to No. 16 LSU on the road. LSU scored more than 30 points of Missouri's 21 turnovers. Missouri is now 3-7 in SEC play with six games remaining.
Missouri's women's basketball team travels Baton Rogue, La., to square off against No. 16 LSU. After a road loss to No. 7 South Carolina, the Tigers will look to steal a road win from LSU, which defeated Missouri, 87-68, in Columbia on Jan. 16.
For 31 minutes of action Tuesday night, it appeared Missouri might pull the upset, but in the end, Florida was just better and won 68-58.
On the eve of Missouri's toughest challenge of the year to date – Tuesday's game against No.3 Florida at the ubiquitously blue and orange and seemingly impenetrable O'Connell Center in Gainesville – Frank Haith's players began parroting their coach's outlook on these games against nationally ranked opponents.
Chris Walker will get on the court Tuesday for the first time since arriving on the Florida campus in mid-December, which should help the third-ranked Gators (19-2, 8-0 Southeastern Conference) as they near the halfway mark of league play and start getting ready for the postseason.
The Gamecocks proved to be too much for the Tigers, who couldn't contain South Carolina's forwards and struggled with turnovers during their 78-62 loss.
If No. 3 Florida is really eight teams better than No. 11 Kentucky, then Missouri has a tall task ahead.
Jabari Brown delivered a highlight-heavy performance Saturday against No. 11 Kentucky, but even after scoring a career-high 33 points, the junior guard couldn't let go of a play that he didn't make in his team's 84-79 loss.
After toppling No. 16 Vanderbilt at Mizzou Arena on Thursday, Missouri faces a tough test in Columbia, S.C., as they square off against the No. 7 Gamecocks.