In a familiar outcome, the Missouri Tigers lost 75-68 to the Arkansas Razorbacks, marking their seventh consecutive loss and twelfth consecutive loss to Arkansas. Hoping to break the losing streak, Head Coach Robin Pingeton made a change to the starting lineup, with freshman guard Abbey Schreacke making her second start in place of forward Hannah Linthacum. Despite a strong start, Missouri went cold in the second quarter, allowing Arkansas to take a commanding lead. While the Tigers made a late comeback in the fourth quarter, it was not enough to overcome Arkansas' lead, resulting in a 75-68 loss. Missouri's record now stands at 11-14 and 2-10 in the SEC, with their next game against the Florida Gators on Thursday.

By the Numbers
  • Missouri's record: 11-14, 2-10 in the SEC
  • Points scored by Frank: 22
  • Points scored by Dembele: 13, along with seven rebounds and five assists
  • Arkansas' lead in the fourth quarter: 20 points
  • Maryam Douda's points: 18, all in the paint
State of Play
  • Missouri's losing streak extends to seven games
  • Missouri's next game is against the Florida Gators in Gainesville
Bottom Line

Despite a change in the starting lineup and a late surge, Missouri's seventh consecutive loss to Arkansas leaves their record at 11-14. Their upcoming game against the Florida Gators presents an opportunity to reverse their fortunes.