Missouri guard Averi Kroenke (21) dribbles the ball (copy)

Missouri guard and Rock Bridge grad Averi Kroenke dribbles in front of South Carolina guard Raven Johnson on Jan. 15 in Columbia, S.C. MU will face USC if it beats Arkansas.

Missouri women’s basketball enters the Southeastern Conference Tournament needing a win over rival Arkansas to keep its NCAA Tournament hopes alive.

The ninth-seeded Tigers and eighth-seeded Razorbacks begin second-round play at 11 a.m. Thursday in Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Sports Reporter, Fall 2022 Studying Sports Journalism Reach me at @pcgillam@mail.missouri.edu or in the newsroom at 882-5720

Recommended for you