MU Women's Basketball
Marissa Scott, the first player off the bench for the Missouri women's basketball team, provides a spark when the team needs one. Coming off a long string of accomplishments in her youth, the success she enjoys is no surprise.
The Tigers dropped their third straight game 65-50 to Kansas State on Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers women's basketball team could not defend the hot shooting of Kansas State on Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers began Big 12 Conference play with a 64-48 loss on Saturday at Colorado.
The Missouri women's basketball team had a rough night shooting from the outside, going 3-for-16 from behind the 3-point arc. With No. 16 Xavier in town, the cold shooting led to a 68-60 Missouri loss.
After winning seven straight games, the Tigers lost 68-60 to No. 16 Xavier on Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena.
Shakara Jones, an undersized post player on the Missouri women’s basketball team, says her shot technique helps her deal with defenders larger than her.
The Tigers fell behind 21-6 early to Duquesne Saturday at Mizzou Arena, but fought back to win 72-66.
Jessra's Jungle, a cheering section, provides a unique experience at Missouri women's basketball games.
Christine Flores towers over most opponents at 6-foot-3. With her hands and athletic ability, she is more than just a big body. Flores has proven that on the court, providing a huge lift to the Tigers.
After missing the Tigers past two games after a brief suspension, seniors Jessra Johnson and Amanda Hanneman came off the bench in a 71-44 victory over North Texas.
The Missouri women's basketball team rolled to a 71-44 victory over North Texas on Monday night at Mizzou Arena to go 6-0 in the month of December.
Already without leading scorers Jessra Johnson and Amanda Hanneman, the Tigers lost Marissa Scott and Shakara Jones to injuries Monday night.
Cary Shelton, the coach of the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions, isn't your every day head coach. Not only is he a man coaching a women's team, he uses as many as 15 players in close games.
Missouri women's basketball players Amanda Hanneman and Jessra Johnson were reinstated, according to a statement released by the MU Athletics Department.
Missouri women's basketball players Amanda Hanneman and Jessra Johnson were arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of third-degree assault.
The Boone County Prosecutor's office is still deciding whether to pursue charges against Tigers women's basketball players Jessra Johnson and Amanda Hanneman, who were arrested early Friday morning on suspicion of third-degree assault.
Two Missouri women's basketball players arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault say they were attempting to stop a fight.
The sophomore forward Christine Flores started in the place of suspended Jessra Johnson and delivered a dominating performance, recording 16 points, 12 rebounds and 7 blocks. Flores' play led the Tigers to a rout of Murray State.
The Tigers played their first game Sunday without suspended seniors Jessra Johnson and Amanda Hanneman, who were arrested early Friday and charged with third-degree assault.