The Missouri women's basketball team would like to raise its rivalry with Illinois to another level.
DeMarre Carroll and Leo Lyons led the Missouri men's basketball team to victory against North Carolina A&T.
The Tigers had only one day to prepare for Monday's basketball game against North Carolina A&T, but the players say they view it as a positive.
Missouri eases past McNeese State
Missouri women's basketball team needs overtime to beat UMKC
Guard Stefhon Hannah and forward DeMarre Carroll are leading the MU men's basketball team in scoring — and fouls.
Myleka Emerson and Chazny Morris have been playing basketball together for as long as they can remember. They grew up practicing together as children in Oakland, Calif., and are still playing together as sophomore guards on the UMKC women’s basketball team.
Coach Cindy Stein changes practice routines so her team can focus more on finals.
Marshall Brown's words send Missouri to victory
Keaton Grant returns to Mizzou Arena with Purdue.
Former Missouri star appeared in four games for the NBA team.
The Tigers men's basketball team says it must rebound well Saturday against Purdue.
After eight seniors graduated, sophomore Jessra Johnson’s playing time on the MU women's basketball team has skyrocketed.
Even with higher expectations this season, attendance has fallen by nearly 900 fans per game through the first four Missouri men’s basketball games.
The MU women's basketball coaches want to see Marissa Scott shooting more baskets.
When the Missouri women's basketball team needed some offense, sophomore forward Amanda Hanneman stepped up with 13 points and two assists in the Tigers’ 70-51 win Saturday over Texas State at Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers played well in the first half on their way to a halftime lead against California Saturday night in Berkeley, Calif. But the Golden Bears outscored the Tigers by 22 points in the second half.
Missouri women's basketball team holds off late charge for its fourth win.
To her coach and teammates, Shakara Jones, a 6-foot-2 freshman forward and the top post presence on the Missouri women’s basketball team, is Shak, pronounced the same as the nickname for dominant NBA center Shaquille O’Neal.