MU Women's Basketball
The Tigers' women's basketbal team will play 17 home games at Mizzou Arena, eight against Big 12 Conference opponents.
The Missouri women's basketball team held a seven-point lead over No. 23 Texas in the first round of the Big 12 Tournament. But Texas scored seven points in a three-second span and ended the Tigers' season in shocking fashion.
The Sooners have the top seed in the Big 12 women's tournament, which starts Thursday. The conference features six Top 25-ranked teams.
The Big 12 Conference women's basketball tournament begins play on Thursday in Oklahoma City.
The Missouri women's basketball team finished the regular season with four losses in its final five games to finish next-to-last in the Big 12 Conference standings.
Alyssa Hollins, Missouri's only senior, was called for a controversial foul at the end of the Tigers' 62-47 loss to Iowa State.
The No. 24-ranked Iowa State women's basketball team made 10 more 3-pointers than Missouri and shot 70 percent from behind the arc in the second half on Tuesday night.
After Saturday's win at Colorado, the Missouri women's basketball team got lost searching for a Dairy Queen.
With its first road victory since early January, the Missouri women's basketball team moved out of last place in the Big 12 Conference.
Coach Cindy Stein said trying to win close games has kept some young players from getting the experience they need.
The Missouri women's basketball team built a 10-point lead over No. 16-ranked Texas. But the Tigers struggled in the second half against the Longhorn's 2-3 zone.
Yvonne Anderson, the daughter of Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson, scored three points for Texas against Missouri.
Texas freshman Yvonne Anderson, a standout last season for Hickman, will return to Columbia on Tuesday night when the No. 16 Longhorns play the Missouri women's basketball team. Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson, her father, will be there to cheer for her.
The Tigers fell 65-52 on Saturday night after Nebraska took a double-digit lead with a scoring streak.
The Missouri women's basketball team has put together a winning home record this season but has struggled on the road, going 3-6 away from Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers held Kansas State scoreless for a 16-minute stretch on their way to a 52-43 win Wednesday at Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers and Wildcats wore pink in honor of breast cancer awareness month.
With a 52-43 victory over No. 16-ranked Kansas State, the Missouri women's basketball team surpassed its conference win total from all of last season.
Amanda Hanneman, a junior on the Missouri women's basketball team, was a freshman in college when her mom was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Tigers point guard Bekah Mills was injured in the 72-43 loss.