Kim English played for MU from 2008-12 and was the coach at George Mason the past two seasons.
D’Moi Hodge will participate in the men’s 3-point championship at the State Farm College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships next Thursday.
After winning its first NCAA Tournament game since 2010, MU's season ended at the hands of the Big Dance's Cinderella — Princeton.
Kim English emerged as a target for the head coaching role at Providence on Monday, while three former MU players and former Rock Bridge star Black entered the transfer portal.
Princeton snagged 16 offensive rebounds and created 19 second-chance points to help end Missouri's NCAA Tournament run in the Round of 32.
Missouri has no answers against poised Princeton as an impressive first season under Dennis Gates comes to an end in the NCAA Tournament's second round.
After defeating Utah State in the Round of 64, Missouri faces Princeton at 5:10 p.m. CDT Saturday at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.
Some quick facts about MU's Round of 32 opponent, No. 15 seed Princeton.
After Utah State took a 49-47 lead in the second half, Kobe Brown finally caught fire. The 6-foot-7, 250-pound senior was vital in the Tigers' 76-65 victory over Utah State.
Behind All-SEC performer Kobe Brown and D'Moi Hodge, MU pulled away in the second half for a 76-65 victory over Utah State — its first NCAA tourney win since 2010. The Tigers next play Saturday, when they face No. 15 seed Princeton after its upset of second-seeded Arizona.
Seventh-seeded Missouri will face the 10th-seeded Aggies at 12:40 p.m. in Sacramento, California. The game can be seen on TNT.
Missouri's offense runs through 5-foot-10 point guard Nick Honor, who played at Fordham and Clemson before joining the Tigers.
Chicago native Dennis Gates met Michael Jordan while working at a basketball camp in 2000.
MU takes on Utah State at 12:40 p.m. Thursday in Sacramento, California. The Aggies are one of four Mountain West teams in the NCAA Tournament.
The Missouri men's basketball team and fans gather Sunday at Mizzou Arena in Columbia for the Selection Sunday party.
After the 2021-22 season, MU replaced its coach and returned only three players on its roster. A year later, the Tigers head to the NCAA Tournament with seven players — and a head coach — with plenty of postseason experience.
Missouri jumped two spots in the final AP poll of the season ahead of its NCAA Tournament clash against Utah State.
The Tigers will play No. 10 seed Utah State (26-8, 13-5 Mountain West) on Thursday in Sacramento, California.
The festivities are scheduled to begin at 4 p.m., with the show set to start at 5. The event "includes free food and a Kids Zone" and is open to all MU fans.
The continued push for VLT legislation is still slowing down momentum for sports betting bills.