The Missouri men’s basketball team’s opening possession Tuesday night did not go as planned.
Coming off their 13th consecutive loss, the Missouri Tigers didn’t call a team meeting. They didn’t work up a secret formula or sing “Kumbaya” or spend extra hours in practice.
The Missouri Tigers are No. 1.
The Missouri Tigers had the top pitchers in the Southeastern Conference in both baseball and softball this week.
With two remaining games at Mizzou Arena this season, the Missouri men’s basketball team’s chances to end its school-record losing streak are running out.
The questions were similar, and Dorial Green-Beckham had virtually the same response for each one.
The Missouri Tigers captured the team title at the National Duals Finals on Sunday with an 18-12 win against Iowa.
Kevin Stallings reminded his Vanderbilt Commodores before tipoff how much they need to both start and finish games better. They listened very well. Damian Jones scored 16 points and led five Commodores in double figures as Vanderbilt routed struggling Missouri 76-53 Saturday afternoon.
Michael Qualls had 21 points and No. 18 Arkansas beat Missouri 84-69 on Wednesday night for its fifth straight victory and eighth in nine games.
When the Missouri men’s basketball team lost to Arkansas on Jan. 24, Wes Clark — the team’s leading scorer in Southeastern Conference play — missed two free throws with 3.3 seconds to play and the Tigers fell one point short.
The Missouri men’s basketball team will compete with North Carolina, Northwestern and former Big 12 foe Kansas State in the 2015 CBE Hall of Fame Classic, the National Association of Basketball Coaches announced Tuesday. The tournament will be held Nov. 23-24 in the Sprint Center in Kansas City.
The Missouri softball team wrapped up a 4-1 performance in the Dot Richardson Invitational with a 13-0 win against South Dakota State on Sunday.
The Missouri women’s basketball team held Mississippi to 29-percent shooting for the game and captured a 72-58 win Sunday afternoon.
The Missouri wrestling team ran its dual-match winning streak to 25 by rolling to a 34-3 win against American on Sunday at the Hearnes Center.
Missouri baseball opened its season with a four-game sweep of Iona on Friday and Saturday at the USA Baseball Complex. The Tigers are now off to their best start since 2004.