MU Women's Basketball
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.
The Tigers pulled out a two-point win against Oklahoma City University.
RaeShara Brown and Shakara Jones helped the Tigers hold on to beat the Oklahoma City Stars.
In their final exhibition game, the Tigers are facing a tough Oklahoma City team that comes to Columbia on Sunday ranked No. 3 in the NAIA.
The Missouri women's basketball team didn't play as well as new head coach Robin Pingeton would have liked, but the Tigers beat exhibition opponent Missouri Western 67-60 in Pingeton's coaching debut at Mizzou Arena.
The Missouri women's basketball team beat Missouri Western 66-60 Tuesday night in the season's first exhibition game, but the Tigers had to come from behind to win.
Tori Niemann, a freshman on the Missouri women's basketball team, was an all-state athlete in three sports at Canton High School. After graduating as salutatorian in a class of 44 people, Niemann is set to showcase her skills at a much bigger level.
New Missouri women's basketball coach Robin Pingeton says the Tigers are in condition for the start of season.
Coach Robin Pingeton has the Tigers playing a style of basketball that resembles coach Mike Anderson's "Fastest 40 minutes in basketball."
Aric Bremer, a 2003 MU graduate, will take the place of Randy Wright.
More than 200 people crowded into Brewer Fieldhouse at the MU Recreation Center on Saturday morning for a free breakfast and to watch Brock and the other members of the Missouri women’s basketball team practice as part of the annual Brewer Breakfast.
New Missouri women's basketball coach Robin Pingeton said Wednesday at the Big 12 media days that creating a family environment for her team is essential to their success this season.
The Tigers' schedule includes 13 games against teams that made the NCAA Tournament in 2010.
Robin Pingeton's five-year contract includes incentives if attendance doubles in each of her first two years.
Robin Pingeton, who left Illinois State after seven seasons, talks about her reasons for leaving and what she looks forward to at Missouri.
Robin Pingeton has spent the past seven years as the head coach at Illinois State University where she finished with a record of 144-81 and two trips to the NCAA Tournament. Under Pingeton, the Redbirds have won three straight Missouri Valley Conference regular season championships.