MU Women's Basketball
The Missouri women's basketball team would like to raise its rivalry with Illinois to another level.
Missouri women's basketball team needs overtime to beat UMKC
Myleka Emerson and Chazny Morris have been playing basketball together for as long as they can remember. They grew up practicing together as children in Oakland, Calif., and are still playing together as sophomore guards on the UMKC women’s basketball team.
Coach Cindy Stein changes practice routines so her team can focus more on finals.
After eight seniors graduated, sophomore Jessra Johnson’s playing time on the MU women's basketball team has skyrocketed.
The MU women's basketball coaches want to see Marissa Scott shooting more baskets.
When the Missouri women's basketball team needed some offense, sophomore forward Amanda Hanneman stepped up with 13 points and two assists in the Tigers’ 70-51 win Saturday over Texas State at Mizzou Arena.
Missouri women's basketball team holds off late charge for its fourth win.
To her coach and teammates, Shakara Jones, a 6-foot-2 freshman forward and the top post presence on the Missouri women’s basketball team, is Shak, pronounced the same as the nickname for dominant NBA center Shaquille O’Neal.
The inexperience of the MU women's basketball team showed in its loss to Arkansas on Wednesday.
Facing its first major opponent of the season, the Missouri women’s basketball team fell 66-53 to Arkansas on Wednesday night at Mizzou Arena. The Razorbacks ended the game with a 15-3 run over the last six minutes to pull away.
After losing the opener of the Florida Atlantic Thanksgiving Classic on Saturday in Boca Raton, Fla., the Missouri women’s basketball team looked for a change of pace to break out of its two-game slide.
Away from Mizzou Arena for the first time this season, the Missouri women’s basketball team lost 78-63 Sunday at South Dakota State.
Alyssa Hollis, the MU women's basketball team's only returning starter, is quickly adjusting to her new role as the Tigers' leader.
The Missouri women’s basketball team started slow on Thursday, but used a 16-5 run at the start of the second half to take control for a 69-51 win over Eastern Illinois at Mizzou Arena.
Tigers coach Mike Anderson is bringing in six new men's basketball players for 2008.
Stopping Eastern Illinois’ two leading scorers will be the main focus for the MU women’s basketball team Thursday night at Mizzou Arena.
MU women’s basketball coach Cindy Stein competed against former player and assistant Kerensa Barr, now an assistant with Murray State, in the Tigers’ season opener Friday.
Shakara Jones, a freshman forward, was often guarded by shorter players, but dominated near the basket and had 27 points and 14 rebounds Friday against Murray State.