MU Women's Basketball
Sophomore guard RaeShara Brown is only 5 feet, 8 inches tall, but she is second on the team in rebounding.
The Missouri women's basketball team scored 18 points off 31 turnovers on its way to an 83-54 victory over Bradley.
Foul trouble limited Alyssa Hollins to seven minutes of playing time in the second half.
The Tigers women's basketball team never trailed in a 70-50 victory on Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena.
A day after losing a triple overtime heartbreaker, the Missouri women's basketball team rallied from an 11-point deficit in the second half to defeat host Northwestern.
Alyssa Hollins scored 27 points for the Tigers and passed the 1,000-point mark for her career, but Missouri lost 94-93.
The Missouri women's basketball team has been practicing longer and players have been staying late during MU's Thanksgiving break.
Missouri ties the game in the second half but can’t take the lead.
The MU women's basketball team won its first game since last March despite a poor performance from its leading scorer and lone senior.
The Tigers women's basketball team gave up an early lead in a road loss to the Fighting Illini.
MU women's basketball coach Cindy Stein and associate head coach Lynnette Robinson both graduated from the University of Illinois and were teammates on the basketball team during the 1981-82 season.
The MU women's basketball team got off to a strong start on Friday night but eventually lost its season opener against South Dakota State.
Kendra Frazier and Bailey Gee have a lot more in common than playing basketball for the Missouri women's basketball team.
Coach Cindy Stein expects three freshmen to see immediate playing time this season. The Tigers face off against Southwest Baptist in their first game at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
After finishing last in the Big 12 last season, the Tigers' top eight scorers return looking for better results.
The Missouri women's basketball team gave fans a taste of the coming season with a scrimmage Saturday morning.
The Missouri women's basketball team announced their schedule for the 2008-09 season Thursday.
Doshia Woods comes from Oregon State to be recruiting coordinator for the Missouri women’s basketball team.
The loss gives Missouri the most losses in a season in the history of the program.