Mikey Dixon scored seven of his 21 points in the final two minutes as Grand Canyon beat Kansas City 69-66 on Sunday.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5AVIW 102-49
- 11/9L 69-51
- 11/13L 76-58
- 11/15L 61-52
- 11/18BKNW 111-38
- 11/22W 74-68
- 11/23W 74-68
- 11/24L 62-49
- 11/30W 68-67
- 12/4L 79-61
- 12/10L 82-73
- 12/142L 98-57
- 12/17W 72-57
- 12/22W 78-75
- 1/2W 90-86
- 1/4W 68-63
- 1/9L 76-64
- 1/11L 74-71
- 1/16L 74-64
- 1/19L 69-66
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- 1/27CRWh:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- 2/29h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Justin Edler-Davis knocked down three 3-pointers in overtime and scored 13 points in the extra period to spark Cal State-Bakersfield to a 74-64 Western Athletic Conference win over Missouri-Kansas City on Thursday night.
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Terrell Brown scored 18 points, Ivan Aurrecoechea added nine, including a go-ahead layup, and New Mexico State beat UMKC 74-71 on Saturday night to win its sixth straight.
Lesley Varner II and Jordan Jackson scored 17 points apiece as Texas Rio Grande Valley beat Kansas City 76-64 on Thursday night. Javon Levi added 15 points for the Vaqueros.
Jahshire Hardnett came off the bench to tally 17 points to lead Kansas City to a 68-63 win over Utah Valley on Saturday night.
Jahshire Hardnett came off the bench to score a career-high 28 points and Missouri-Kansas City outlasted Seattle 90-86 in triple overtime in a Western Athletic Conference opener on Thursday night.
Jahshire Hardnett hit a 3-pointer with 2 seconds remaining for his only points of the game and Missouri-Kansas City slipped past South Dakota 78-75 on Sunday.
Javan White recorded 14 points and 11 rebounds to carry UMKC to a 72-57 win over Toledo on Tuesday night.
David McCormack scored a career-high 28 points, Devon Dotson added 18 and second-ranked Kansas overwhelmed Kansas City 98-57 on Saturday night in its annual Jayhawk Shootout at the Sprint Center.
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Senior Michael Jacobson scored 19 points on 8 of 9 shooting and Iowa State beat Kansas City 79-61 on Wednesday.
Jahshire Hardnett hit two free throws with five seconds left to lift UMKC to a 68-67 win over Western Illinois in a Summit League/WAC Challenge game Saturday night.
Georgie Pacheco-Ortiz posted 14 points as Liberty extended its season-opening winning streak to eight games, topping Kansas City 62-49 in the championship game of the Islands of the Bahamas Showcase on Sunday night.
Rob Whitfield had a career-high 29 points as Missouri-Kansas City topped East Carolina 74-68 in the Islands of the Bahamas Showcase on Saturday night.
Jashire Hardnett tossed in 25 points and Missouri-Kansas City turned back George Washington 74-68 on Friday at the Islands of the Bahamas Showcase.
Javan White had 24 points and 15 rebounds and UMBC rolled past NAIA member Bacone 111-38 on Monday night.
Te'Jon Lucas tallied 15 points and 10 assists to carry Milwaukee to a 61-52 win over Kansas City on Friday night.
Liam Robbins had a career-high 23 points as Drake beat UMKC 76-58 on Wednesday night.
Yor Anei, Cameron McGriff and Isaac Likekele combined for 35 points and Oklahoma State dominated the boards as the Cowboys defeated Kansas City 69-51 in non-conference action Saturday afternoon.
Brandon McKissic scored 23 of his career-best 27 points in the first half as the University of Missouri-Kansas City handed first-year coach Billy Donlon a 102-49 win over Avila University of the NAIA on Tuesday night.
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The University of Missouri-Kansas has accepted an invitation to return to the Summit League.
Missouri-Kansas City hired Northwestern assistant Billy Donlon on Thursday to take over its men's basketball program, which has never qualified for the NCAA tournament at the Division I level.