The SEC held an official welcoming party for Missouri and Texas A&M, only three months before the Tigers and Aggies open their first football schedules as members of the conference.
Blake Brown homered, Jeff Emens pitched 3 2-3 innings of no-hit relief and Missouri upset two-time defending champion Texas A&M 5-3 in the Big 12 tournament Thursday night.
Rob Zastryzny held Texas to five hits over 8 1-3 innings and Missouri broke open the game with a four-run fourth in a 5-0 win over Texas at the Big 12 tournament on Wednesday night.
Kelsey Bone scored 14 points as No. 14 Texas A&M rallied to beat Missouri 56-52 on Tuesday night.
Phil Pressey scored 19 points behind four three-pointers and No. 4 Missouri used a second-half surge to down No. 6 Baylor, 72-57, on Saturday.
Missouri’s Morgan Eye was no match against Brittney Griner of Baylor, as the top-ranked, undefeated Lady Bears rolled to a 71-41 win over Missouri on Wednesday night.
Aching for a big win to turn around their sinking season, the Longhorns lost another close game, 67-66 to Missouri on Monday night.
Sydney Carter and Adaora Elonu each scored 16 points and No. 14 Texas A&M beat Missouri 78-52 to give coach Gary Blair a milestone victory.
Elston Turner and Khris Middleton both scored 13 points, but Texas A&M struggled offensively in a 70-51 loss to No. 5 Missouri on Monday.
Missouri came into Wednesday night’s game against Baylor with a 10-1 record without having faced a team quite like the top-ranked Lady Bears.
The SEC has unveiled its 2012 football schedule with its two newest members — Missouri and Texas A&M — opening play on September 8.
Texas senior running back Fozzy Whittaker’s college career is over after tearing ligaments in his right knee early in the Longhorns’ loss at Missouri.