Abby Hipp scored 16 points with eight rebounds off the bench and Jasmine Franklin scored 13 and No. 23-ranked Missouri State beat Loyola Chicago 72-61 on Saturday.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 89-60
- 11/8W 78-76
- 11/13W 67-51
- 11/19W 98-53
- 11/22W 72-67
- 12/1W 78-64
- 12/4W 61-40
- 12/8W 63-50
- 12/16W 84-76
- 12/2016L 83-76
- 12/30L 70-60
- 1/321L 74-72
- 1/5W 51-49
- 1/10W 71-61
- 1/12W 58-51
- 1/17L 60-47
- 1/19W 69-64
- 1/24L 66-64
- 1/31L 70-50
- 2/2L 80-52
- 2/6W 65-55
- 2/8W 77-47
- 2/14L 86-85
- 2/16L 71-50
- 2/22L 70-57
- 2/28L 83-75
- 3/1L 73-70
- 3/5L 58-41
- 3/723L 72-61
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Alexa Willard scored 21 points, Jasmine Franklin made a game-winning shot in overtime and No. 21 Missouri State beat Loyola-Chicago 74-72 on Friday in a Missouri Valley Conference opener for both teams.
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Loyola University has parted ways with women's basketball coach Sheryl Swoopes, following an investigation into allegations against her by former players.
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