MU Women's Basketball
Missouri's Bri Kulas was the lone Tiger to crack the All-Southeastern Conference team for women's basketball, which was released Tuesday. The all-conference team was voted on by coaches from the 14 SEC teams.
Kulas was among 10 first-team selections. The full list of honorees is below.
Robin Pingeton and the Missouri women's basketball team head into Southeastern Conference tournament on Wednesday as the No. 12 seed. The Tigers face Mississippi State at 5 p.m.
The Missouri women's basketball came up short against Arkansas Sunday afternoon. The Tigers dropped their final regular season game 72-70 in Fayetteville despite a career-night from freshman Jordan Frericks. Missouri will be the No. 12 seed in the SEC tournament. The Tigers will play Mississippi State on Wednesday.
The Missouri women's basketball team closes its regular season Sunday afternoon on the road against Arkansas. The Razorbacks beat the Tigers earlier this season in Columbia.
Missouri women's basketball steals a 75-72 win over Ole Miss, despite missing senior captain Bri Kulas down the stretch.
Missouri women's basketball added two more members to its 1,000 point club Thursday night when senior Bri Kulas and Morgan Eye both reached the milestone. Missouri beat Ole Miss 75-72 at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri women's basketball team has lived and died by the 3-pointer for the past few seasons. With two regular season games and a conference tournament to go, the Tigers' shooters must impress if they hope to qualify for the NCAA tournament.
Missouri struggled to knock down shots in its 56-50 loss to No. 10 Tennessee at Mizzou Arena on Sunday. Four Tigers scored for Missouri as the team shot just 29.2 percent from the field.
One year after upsetting then No. 9 Tennessee at Mizzou Arena, the Tigers welcome the No. 10 Volunteers to Columbia for what could be another pivotal matchup.
Missouri's Sierra Michaelis shined in her second career start and led the way to a 81-76 win over Florida in the Tigers' first-ever visit to Gainesville, Fla.
Sophomore Michelle Hudyn has made the most of her limited minutes this season for the Missouri women's basketball team.
Led by a dominant first-half performance, the Missouri women's basketball team coasted to a 68-58 victory at Auburn. The win breaks a three game losing skid for the Tigers and qualifies the team for postseason play.
With five games to go, the Missouri women's basketball team must take advantage of its final opportunities to make hopes of postseason play a reality.
The Missouri women's basketball team dropped its third straight game at home against Alabama, 59-56. The Tigers made a late comeback attempt, but their first-half woes were too much to overcome.
Missouri women's basketball has six games left before the Southeastern Conference tournament. Here are six things you should know about the Tigers prior to their final six games.
Missouri women's basketball falls 75-58 to No. 16 LSU on the road. LSU scored more than 30 points of Missouri's 21 turnovers. Missouri is now 3-7 in SEC play with six games remaining.
Missouri's women's basketball team travels Baton Rogue, La., to square off against No. 16 LSU. After a road loss to No. 7 South Carolina, the Tigers will look to steal a road win from LSU, which defeated Missouri, 87-68, in Columbia on Jan. 16.
The Gamecocks proved to be too much for the Tigers, who couldn't contain South Carolina's forwards and struggled with turnovers during their 78-62 loss.
After toppling No. 16 Vanderbilt at Mizzou Arena on Thursday, Missouri faces a tough test in Columbia, S.C., as they square off against the No. 7 Gamecocks.
Backed by a big effort from the bench, Missouri women's basketball upset No. 16 Vanderbilt 59-54 at Mizzou Arena on Thursday night. The win was Missouri's second against a ranked team this season.