MU Women's Basketball
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.
Tigers will meet Texas A&M Wednesday.
A heating element on a ceiling that dropped onto roofing material started a fire at around 6 a.m., The Kansas City Star reported.
The MU women's basketball team took Oklahoma down to the final seconds Feb. 6 at Mizzou Arena but lost. Tuesday, the Tigers get another chance to upset the Sooners in the first round of the Big 12 Conference Tournament.
The madness officially starts up again this week. The women of the Big 12 Conference descend on Kansas City for the Big 12 Conference Tournament, running from Tuesday through Saturday at Municipal Auditorium.
When the Missouri women’s basketball team almost upset No. 11 Oklahoma on Feb. 6 at Mizzou Arena, the home crowd was a factor. But it wasn’t because the arena was filled with loud, rowdy fans. Instead, the docile crowd of 1,228 fans made little noise in the close contest, which threw the Sooners off their game.
The MU women’s basketball team traveled to Boulder, Colo., for its regular season finale, trying to win for the second time in three games and gain some momentum going into next week’s Big 12 Conference tournament.
Missouri junior K-Kay Pickens has never played consistently as a member of the Tigers, but she stays positive through teaching and working with her teammates
Jessra Johnson’s ability to keep the MU women's basketball team loose with her humor would be a great asset for any squad, but it’s especially good for a young Tigers team going through a rough season.
The Missouri women's basketball team's 81-52 loss to Kansas State gave the Tigers the second most losses in a season in program history.