MU Women's Basketball
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.
Missouri women's basketball snapped a four-game losing streak at home against No. 16 Vanderbilt. Freshman forward Kayla McDowell led an impressive performance by the Tigers' bench.
Missouri's Kayla McDowell and Sierra Michaelis adjust to life away from their hometowns and families while finding another family with the Tigers. McDowell, Michaelis and the Tigers take on No. 16 Vanderbilt on Thursday night.
Missouri suffered its fourth loss in a row after a difficult second half against Mississippi State. The Tigers lost 69-62 after leading by five at halftime.
Missouri women's basketball heads to Starkville, Miss., to face its only unranked opponent during a grueling eight-game stretch. Missouri and Mississippi State both hope to end three-game losing streaks.
The team dropped its third consecutive game with a loss to Texas A&M at Mizzou Arena on Thursday night.
After facing three straight ranked opponents and suffering back-to-back losses for the first time this season, the road does not get any easier for the Missouri women's basketball team. The Tigers, who will play Texas A&M on Thursday, are in the midst of a grueling eight-game stretch during which they are scheduled to face seven Associated Press Top 25 teams.
Missouri shooting cools off in second half as the Tigers lose to LSU 87-68 at Mizzou Arena Thursday night. Missouri hit 10 3-pointers in first half but only hit one in the second half.
Point guards Lianna Doty and Lindsey Cunningham take pride in their leadership roles on the Missouri women's basketball team. With Missouri facing its third straight ranked opponent in LSU on Thursday, the team will look to Doty and Cunningham to control the tempo.
Missouri held an early lead, but the No. 9 Kentucky Wildcats proved to be too much for the Tigers. Missouri forward Bri Kulas contributed a career-high 27 points and 14 rebounds in the losing effort.
After Thursday's victory over No. 25 Georgia, the Missouri women's basketball team hopes to upset another SEC foe when it squares off against No. 9 Kentucky at 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Missouri guard Morgan Eye broke a career 3-point record in Thursday's 66-56 win against No. 25 Georgia. Eye made two 3-pointers in the game, raising her career total to 228 3-pointers.
Missouri earned its first victory over a ranked opponent on Thursday, topping Georgia 66-56. The Tigers' 2-3 zone defense held Georgia to 22.2 percent in the second half.
Missouri faces its first ranked opponent of the season Thursday when the No. 25 Georgia Lady Bulldogs travel to Columbia for their third SEC game of the season. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m.