MU Women's Basketball
Junior BreAnna Brock was told just before tipoff Saturday that she would start. She made the most of it, scoring 12 points in the Missouri women's basketball team's 73-48 win over UMKC.
Ralph and Connie Flores flew to Missouri from San Antonio to watch their daughter, junior forward Christine Flores, play in Missouri's 72-48 victory Saturday over Missouri-Kansas City.
The Missouri women's basketball team will host an in-state opponent Saturday, the University of Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos. The Tigers are 10-1 versus the Roos all-time.
Defense played a large role for the Missouri women's basketball team Tuesday in a 53-30 victory over Tennessee-Martin in the Tigers' first home game of the season.
Sydney Crafton has shown steady improvement since being thrown into the starting lineup when Bekah Mills was lost for the season with an ACL injury, and Tuesday was Crafton's best game yet.
After a slow start to the season, senior forward Shakara Jones is back to producing like she always has. Her return to form comes just in time for the Tigers' first home game of the year Tuesday against Tennessee-Martin.
Northwestern topped the Tigers in the Big Ten/Big 12 Challenge game.
The Missouri women's basketball team will take on Northwestern Sunday in the inaugural Big Ten/Big 12 Challenge.
A first half ankle injury didn't stop junior forward Christine Flores from scoring 13 points in a 56-45 win over host Ball State.
Starting point guard Bekah Mills is out for the season with another ACL injury, which means more minutes for a lot of Missouri women's basketball players.
A late second half run allowed Georgia Tech to pull away from the Missouri women's basketball team Saturday in the final game of the Paradise Jam tournament in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
A 10-0 second half run, capped by two Jasmyn Otote three pointers, fueled the MU women's basketball team's stunner against No. 12 Georgetown on Friday, 54-45.
The Missouri women's basketball team suffered a 82-44 loss to No. 4 Tennessee on Thursday in the first round of the Paradise Jam tournament.
The Missouri women's basketball team plays a much more difficult nonconference schedule than usual this season. But the Tigers players say they are excited about the chance to play some of the best teams in the country.
After two games that didn't play out as expected, the MU women's basketball team prepares for three tough games in the Paradise Jam tournament beginning Nov. 25 in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The Tigers lost on the road to Eastern Illinois. The next time Missouri plays is over Thanksgiving weekend in the Paradise Jam tournament in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Missouri's next game is at 4 p.m. on Sunday against Eastern Illinois in Charleston, Ill.
The Missouri women's basketball team travels to Memphis and Charleston, Ill., this weekend to face the Memphis Tigers and Eastern Illinois Panthers in its first regular season games.
Redshirt junior Bekah Mills has recovered from her third knee injury and is ready to take back her role as starting point guard.
The Missouri women's basketball team added two recruits today when Bree Fowler and Kyley Simmons signed letters of intent to play for the Tigers.