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Backed by a big effort from the bench, Missouri women's basketball upset No. 16 Vanderbilt 59-54 at Mizzou Arena on Thursday night. The win was Missouri's second against a ranked team this season.
Missouri women's basketball snapped a four-game losing streak at home against No. 16 Vanderbilt. Freshman forward Kayla McDowell led an impressive performance by the Tigers' bench.
Missouri coach Frank Haith isn't a fan of the one-and-done NBA rule, while Kentucky coach John Calipari has embraced — and found tremendous success — by working that system.
Jabari Brown wears a smirk. And that smirk is wearing people out.
Missouri's Kayla McDowell and Sierra Michaelis adjust to life away from their hometowns and families while finding another family with the Tigers. McDowell, Michaelis and the Tigers take on No. 16 Vanderbilt on Thursday night.
Backed by 24 points each from Jabari Brown and Earnest Ross — including a Ross 3-pointer with 59 seconds left that put Missouri up for good — these Tigers, the ones that have prompted head scratching, became the first Missouri team in school history to win at Bud Walton with a 75-71 victory.
Earnest Ross hit a go-ahead 3-pointer from the top of the key with 59 seconds remaining, and Missouri handed Arkansas just its sixth home loss in three years, 75-71.
Missouri (15-4 overall, 3-3 in the Southeastern conference) plays at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Arkansas.
Missouri suffered its fourth loss in a row after a difficult second half against Mississippi State. The Tigers lost 69-62 after leading by five at halftime.
Missouri recorded 18 assists in its win Saturday against South Carolina.
Missouri women's basketball heads to Starkville, Miss., to face its only unranked opponent during a grueling eight-game stretch. Missouri and Mississippi State both hope to end three-game losing streaks.
Jabari Brown led the Tigers with 24 points. He now has scored 98 points over the past four games on just 50 shots.
The Tigers hope to improve their production at the rim.
The team dropped its third consecutive game with a loss to Texas A&M at Mizzou Arena on Thursday night.
After facing three straight ranked opponents and suffering back-to-back losses for the first time this season, the road does not get any easier for the Missouri women's basketball team. The Tigers, who will play Texas A&M on Thursday, are in the midst of a grueling eight-game stretch during which they are scheduled to face seven Associated Press Top 25 teams.
John Brown, who played at Missouri from 1971-1973, was selected to the 2014 SEC Legends. Brown led Missouri to the school's first two 20 win season in school history.
Missouri lost its third Southeastern Conference game in less than two weeks. LSU won 77-71 in Baton Rouge.
The former Missouri high school standout will become a Tiger next season after transferring.
LSU’s front court duo of 6-foot-9, 256-pound Johnny O’Bryant III and 6-foot-8, 220-pound Jordan Mickey is a tandem Missouri coach Frank Haith labeled as the most talented front-line in the Southeastern Conference.