MU Women's Basketball
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.
It was the Tigers' play under the basket that ultimately earned them a 69-55 victory over Murray State on Thursday evening at Mizzou Arena.
The Tigers lead the nation in 3-pointers, but the women's basketball team's success begins from inside the 3-point arc.
Missouri settled down after a rough first half to secure a 75-50 win over the Bears to give the Tigers their sixth straight victory.
Mini-Mizzou Band member Tony Eggert displays his support for the Tigers by waving a cardboard cutout of guard Kyley Simmons.
The Tigers rolled past Southern Illinois 110-47 on Sunday at Mizzou Arena. Six players scored double digits for Missouri, led by Maddie Stock and Bri Kulas.
Missouri scored more than 90 points for the third consecutive game Sunday in a 110-47 victory over Southern Illinois at Mizzou Arena.
Morgan Eye has quickly found success on the college stage, leading the nation in 3-pointers and sparking the offense for the 8-2 Tigers.
Despite the time commitment required to play Division I basketball, many Tigers players chose to pursue difficult degrees. Coach Robin Pingeton said the team's commitment to academics is reflected in its discipline on the court.
After leading by just two points at halftime, Missouri outscored Missouri State 40-28 in the second half to secure a 91-77 victory Thursday evening at Mizzou Arena.