Sophie Cunningham had 35 points to lead the Tigers to a 78-48 win over SIUE.
Porter posts one of her best stat lines to date in the Mizzou win.
Smith had a career-high 23 points and shot 48 percent from beyond the arc, while star guard Sophie Cunningham registered just one point.
Sophie Cunningham’s 11 points and seven assists propelled Missouri to its first win over a ranked opponent this season.
Two free throws from Sophie Cunningham with 1.4 seconds left in the game lifted the Tigers over the Raiders.
Jordan Frericks led the way for the Tigers with 23 points and 16 rebounds.
Junior guard Sophie Cunningham was one of 20 top small forwards in women’s college basketball selected.
The Tigers took down McKendree 80-30 behind 13 points from junior Sophie Cunningham.
This is the second time the Tigers have been ranked in the preseason Top 25 since 1984.
Michael Porter Jr. and Sophie Cunningham stood out in scrimmages during Saturday’s event.
The event hosted by the men’s and women’s teams will consist of scrimmages, a 3-point contest and a dunk contest.
French forward Emmanuelle Tahane signed with the Tigers on Monday.
The Tigers held a lead in the first quarter but were ultimately run off the floor by No. 3 seed Florida State.
The Tigers beat out South Florida on a last-second putback.
The Tigers will play South Florida in the first round.
The relationships and team atmosphere fostered this season are set to impact the future as the senior class graduates.
After one of the most successful regular seasons in program history, the Tigers are ready for the tournament.
A&M’s Anriel Howard scored 19 points to burn Mizzou in a disappointing loss.
Coach Robin Pingeton became the second coach in program history to earn Coach of the Year honors.
Senior Sierra Michaelis led the way with 22 points in the victory.