Missouri defeated Northern Illinois 32-6 and Cleveland State 20-12.
Chennedy Carter is a question mark for the Aggies, but Missouri women's basketball will face a difficult test either way.
For a variety of factors — massively regressed 3-point shooting percentages, lack of production from the sophomore class and Jeremiah Tilmon Jr.'s injured foot — Missouri hasn't played like an NCAA tournament team.
The Kewpies fall to the Bears in second round of C.W. Stessman Invitational.
The Spartans finished fourth in the Bill Hanson Memorial Tournament after falling short to Owasso on Saturday. Tristan Meny and Maricus Grant combined for 28 points.
Despite falling 68-65 in the Quincy Shootout, the trio of Coban Porter, Jevon Porter and Nate Schwartze continue to impress.
Hayden Benter impresses as Hickman looks to finish the season on the right note heading into the State meet.
Hickman placed fifth as a team, while Rock Bridge and Battle received podium honors.
The Bruins extended their winning streak to eight as they defeated Ozark for the second time in their last three games.
Hickman secured a third-place finish at the Smith-Cotton McDonald's Girls Classic, while Rock Bridge finished second at the Truman Tournament.
The Tigers earned a 49.425 on beam compared to Auburn's 49.100.
Good Bob Huggins teams traditionally guard hard, vacuum in offensive boards and love their big men. The Tigers will be tested while in need of a morale-booster.
Battle fell 72-61 against Blue Valley Northwest in the second round of the Bill Hanson tournament Friday night. The Spartans will play in the third-place game at 11:30 a.m. against Pittsburg (Ks.) on Saturday.
A season-low shooting percentage and the lopsided loss of the rebounding battle doomed Missouri to its fourth defeat in a row.
Xavier Sykes and Brent Bowers combined for 34 points as the Bruins defeated Miller Career Academy 60-45 on Thursday night.
Eclipsing a 15 year-old mark set by a Chris Paul-led Wake Forest, the Tigers earned their NCAA record spot. But why of all teams was Missouri the one to break it?