MU Women's Basketball
The Tigers' Liene Priede grew up in Riga, Latvia and moved to the United States with aspirations to learn the language and play basketball. She has another dream as well — to become a comedian.
The Missouri women's basketball team lost 77-58 at Texas A&M on Sunday. Bri Kulas led the team in points with 12. Morgan Eye followed with nine.
Missouri coach Robin Pingeton said she's seen growth in senior guard Sydney Crafton, but wants her to continue to be more aggressive in making drives to the basket.
Shot clock trouble and turnovers doomed the Tigers on Thursday evening against Arkansas. Missouri fell to 13-7 and 2-4 in the Southeastern Conference in a 58-50 loss at Mizzou Arena.
Arkansas pulled to an early 12-2 lead. Missouri started out shooting 1-for-12. At halftime, Missouri had turned over the ball seven times. Sydney Crafton led the team with five points.
Missouri’s seniors scored 10 of the team's last 13 points in the Tigers' first road win in the Southeastern Conference on Sunday at Mississippi.
At the end of a back-and-forth game, senior guard Sydney Crafton made a last-second free throw to deliver the Tigers a 73-72 victory at Ole Miss. Missouri, which has struggled away from Mizzou Arena, earned its first road win in the Southeastern Conference.
Tigers freshman Lianna Doty has been a standout player for the Tigers thus far, but the physical style of play in the Southeastern Conference has challenged her.
Although the Missouri women's basketball team is off to a 1-3 conference start, all three of its losses have come against top-25 teams. With a week off followed by games against Ole Miss and Arkansas, the team has an opportunity to get back on track.
The Tigers lost 69-43 to the Wildcats on Sunday at Mizzou Arena, the nation's leading 3-point shooters making just two of their 20 long-range attempts.
With the Tigers off to a 1-3 start in the Southeastern Conference, Pingeton focused on the team's progress instead of the 69-43 loss to the No. 6 Wildcats on Sunday at Mizzou Arena.
After the Missouri women's basketball team's 84-39 loss at Tennessee, the Tigers will host the No. 6 Kentucky Wildcats on Sunday.
The Missouri women's basketball team continued to struggle on the road in a 84-39 loss Thursday night at No. 9 Tennessee.
After earning its first Southeastern Conference win against Auburn, the Tigers are set to travel to Tennessee to face the most decorated team in NCAA women's basketball.
Morgan Eye broke the Southeastern Conference record for most 3-pointers scored in a league game and totaled 33 points, leading Missouri to a 82-76 victory over Auburn.
The Tigers will try to get back on track Sunday as Missouri opens its Southeastern Conference home schedule with a 2 p.m. game against Auburn.
No. 10 Georgia beat Missouri 77-46 on Thursday night in the Tigers' first Southeastern Conference game.
The Missouri women's basketball team concluded its nonconference slate with a 72-69 loss Saturday at Memphis. The 11-3 Tigers remain optimistic, though, heading into their first Southeastern Conference game Thursday at No. 10 Georgia.
The Missouri women's basketball team could not contain Memphis' Nicole Dickson in a 72-69 loss Saturday in the Tigers' first true road game of the season.
After an 11-2 start to the season, the Missouri women's basketball team enters a difficult stretch in its schedule, beginning on Saturday, when it plays its first true road game at Memphis.