Fresno State takes down Missouri in the first round of the WNIT after the Bulldogs pull off a late comeback to win, 78-75.
- 11/27W 96-78
- 12/1420L 72-58
- 12/16W 84-45
- 12/19W 88-49
- 12/20W 79-43
- 12/31L 74-59
- 1/310L 91-88
- 1/14W 86-77
- 1/18L 66-64
- 1/248L 70-66
- 1/28W 61-58
- 1/3115L 61-55
- 2/416L 85-80
- 2/7W 85-75
- 2/111L 77-62
- 2/1424L 82-64
- 2/21W 96-80
- 2/2520L 78-73
- 2/28W 77-57
- 3/4L 82-74
- 3/19L 78-75
- 3/20L 50-39
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Rae Burrell scored 16 points and Rennia Davis scored 15 with nine rebounds and Tennessee beat Missouri 64-51 in the second round of the SEC Tournament on Thursday.
Aijha Blackwell scored 16 points and Missouri beat Mississippi 64-53 in the Southeastern Conference tournament Wednesday.
Amber Tolefree scored a career-high 35 points and Taylah Thomas made two free throws with 7.2 seconds left in overtime as No. 25 Arkansas rallied to beat Missouri 85-81 on Sunday, erasing a 13-point deficit in the last five minutes of regulation.
Amanda Paschal stepped in for injured star Rhyne Howard and scored a career-high 18 points to lead No. 13 Kentucky to a 62-47 win over Missouri on Thursday night.
Kayla Wells scored 18 points and N'dea Jones added a double-double as No. 15 Texas A&M rolled to a 72-53 victory over Missouri on Sunday.
Joni Davis' No. 33 jersey was long retired. But Aijha Blackwell hoped to wear 33 to honor the tragedy of her father's life and transform his legacy.
Aliyah Boston and Victaria Saxon each had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead No. 1 South Carolina to a 78-45 victory over Missouri on Thursday night.
Chelsea Dungee scored a season-high 38 points, Taylah Thomas added a double-double and No. 21 Arkansas overcame a slow start to defeat Missouri 90-73 on Sunday.
Freshman Rickea Jackson had season-high 21 points and nine rebounds, Jordan Danberry added 18 points and four steals, and No. 13 Mississippi State beat Missouri 79-64 on Thursday night.
Rennia Davis had 19 points and 12 rebounds as No. 22 Tennessee defeated Missouri 77-66 on Thursday in the Southeastern Conference opener for both teams.