MU Women's Basketball
James Jorgenson and two of his daughters traveled more than 60 miles from Macon to watch the Missouri women's basketball team's 76-69 win over Nebraska. But without the MU band or cheerleaders and a crowd less than half the size as normal is was a quiet game.
Senior RaeShara Brown scored 22 of her 25 points in the second half and 12 in last three minutes to lead the Missouri women's basketball team to a 76-69 win over Nebraska on Wednesday at Mizzou Arena.
Last year, an undefeated No. 3 Nebraska women's basketball team nearly got upset during its trip to Columbia. This year, Nebraska brings a much different team to Mizzou Arena.
The Missouri women's basketball team fell 71-56 to No. 23 Iowa State on Saturday in Ames, Iowa. The Tigers outscored the Cyclones in the second half, but couldn't get anything going early.
The Missouri women's basketball team will need to continue its strong inside play at Iowa State on Saturday. The Tigers are 0-3 on the road in Big 12 Conference play.
The Missouri women's basketball team went on a 15-0 run late in the game to pull away from Kansas in a 66-52 win on Wednesday at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri teammates Kendra Frazier and Bekah Mills, sidelined with ACL injuries, could only watch as the Tigers beat the Jayhawks.
Junior Bailey Gee played center in high school. She was recruited to play guard for the Missouri women's basketball team. Now she is a go-to bench player with the ability to play on the perimeter or in the paint.
When Robin Pingeton became the Missouri women's basketball coach in April, six members of her staff at Illinois State decided to move more than 250 miles from Bloomington-Normal to Columbia to join her with the Tigers.
A 15-0 run late in the second half gave the Missouri women's basketball team a 66-52 victory over rival Kansas on Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena.
Colorado senior Brittany Spears burned the MU women's basketball team again, scoring 26 points to lead the Buffaloes to a 58-48 win on Saturday in Boulder, Colo.
Paige Spietz was a star in high school. She didn't sit on the bench, play in huge arenas or lose many games. That's all changed now that she's on the Missouri women's basketball team.
RaeShara Brown's career-high 33 points were not enough to give the Missouri women's basketball team its first Big 12 Conference road win, and the Tigers lost 66-63 Wednesday at Kansas State.
Christine Flores broke her right middle finger in four places last week in the Missouri women's basketball team's loss at Texas Tech, but Flores is expected to return to play in Wednesday's game at Kansas State.
BreAnna Brock, a 6-foot-2 forward, has great athleticism, including the ability to dunk. She is learning to transfer that ability to the court for the Missouri women's basketball team.
RaeShara Brown is the second-shortest player on the Missouri women's basketball team, but she leads the team with 6.6 rebounds per game.
Twenty-seven turnovers led to an 80-45 loss for the Missouri women's basketball against No. 7 Texas A&M, dropping the Tigers' Big 12 Conference record to 1-2.
Christine Flores missed Saturday's game with a broken finger. Her presence was missed as No. 7 Texas A&M defeated Missouri 80-45.
It's been an up and down season for the Missouri women's basketball team, so it's hard to know what to expect when No. 7 Texas A&M plays the Tigers on Saturday at Mizzou Arena. Missouri might be without junior forward Christine Flores, who averages 15.4 points per game.
Missouri shot just 19 percent in the second half and committed a season-high 26 turnovers in a 63-56 loss to Texas Tech on Wednesday in Lubbock, Texas.