MU Women's Basketball
The Tigers return from the holiday break to open Southeastern Conference play against Ole Miss in Oxford, Miss., on Thursday.
The Missouri women's basketball team closed out their non-conference schedule with a 75-60 win over Western Illinois. After a holiday break, the Tigers will head into Southeastern Conference play on Jan. 2 with an 11-2 record.
The Tigers won 75-60.
After suffering a 67-53 upset at the hands of in-state rival Missouri State, the Missouri women's basketball team will look to get things back on track in their final nonconference game against Western Illinois.
Missouri State's swarming defense limited Missouri's red-hot offense to just 53 points as the Tigers dropped their second game this season.
Missouri women's basketball travels to Springfield on Thursday to play in-state competition, Missouri State. The Tigers have two nonconference games left before Southeastern Conference play begins Jan. 2.
The SEC has five teams in the Top 25, three ranked in the top 10: No. 3 Tennessee, No. 5 Kentucky and No. 10 South Carolina. No. 12 LSU and No. 16 Georgia are the other SEC teams in the Top 25. Arkansas is unranked but unbeaten.
Led by senior Bri Kulas, Missouri women's basketball overcame the test presented by the Belmont Bruins. Missouri won 82-70 to improve to 10-1 on the season.
After a record-breaking offensive performance last Sunday, the Missouri women's basketball team focuses on defense as they prepare for Monday's competition against Belmont.
The Missouri women's basketball team is off to a hot start. It's posted a 9-1 record to begin the season. Here are nine things we've learned about the team.
The Missouri women's basketball team set records in points scored in a half and total points scored in its 126-55 win against Bradley. The Tigers made 18 3-pointers, tying the record set by last year's team.
After a big offensive night against Oral Roberts, Missouri women's basketball hopes to have the same success against Bradley University. Tipoff is set for 2 p.m. Sunday at Mizzou Arena.
Morgan and Maddie Stock each scored 15 points and led Missouri's offensive outburst in a 86-64 victory over the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles.
Morgan Eye and Bree Fowler are only juniors but are the two players that have been with Missouri the longest. For the Tigers, two rocks are better than one.
The Missouri women's basketball team fell to the University of Miami in the championship game of the University of Miami Thanksgiving Tournament.
In its first game of the Miami Thanksgiving Tournament, Missouri beat Hartford 68-45. The win was Robin Pingeton's 50th with the Tigers.
Missouri women's basketball travels to Miami to play in the Miami Thanksgiving Tournament. Missouri is 6-0, and the next win will be coach Robin Pingeton's 50th with Missouri.
Morgan and Maddie Stock knew they wanted to play college basketball together. Now in their second year, the Missouri guards contribute to the strong offensive effort coming off the bench.
Even though the Tigers started off slowly, junior guard Morgan Eye helped pick things up in the second period with three consecutive makes from beyond the arc.
Despite a sluggish first-half performance, Missouri held Southeast Missouri State to one 2-pointer in the first seven minutes of the second half and forced 21 turnovers over the course of the game to claim a 62-57 victory Thursday night.