— Tevin Smith had a season-high 23 points plus 10 rebounds as Denver snapped its 10-game road losing streak, defeating Kansas City 63-55 on Monday night.
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- 11/12L 89-57
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— Max Abmas scored 26 points, including six 3-pointers, Kareem Thompson had 15 points, nine rebounds and six assists and Oral Roberts beat Kansas City 82-74 on Saturday night.
- Florida picks up transfer G McKissic from UMKC
- UMKC won't play in Seattle for fear of virus
- UMKC accepts invite to return to Summit League
- UMKC hires Northwestern asst. Donlon as coach
— Evan Gilyard II, despite a twisted ankle, had a career-high 31 points with five 3-poiners as Kansas City defeated South Dakota 68-57 on Wednesday night.
— Evan Gilyard II and Marvin Nesbitt Jr. combined to score 48 points and Kansas City upset in-state rival Missouri for the second straight time, beating the Tigers 80-66 on Monday night.
— Keegan Murray scored a second straight career-high, putting up 25 points to lead Iowa in an 89-57 romp past Kansas City on Friday night.
— Jamison Battle scored 18 points, Minnesota allowed just four points over the final seven minutes and the Golden Gophers defeated Kansas City 71-56 on Monday night in the season opener for both teams.
UM-Kansas City's Brandon McKissic, the Summit League's defensive player of the year, is transferring to the Florida Gators.
— Rocky Kreuser had 16 points as North Dakota State held off Kansas City 69-65 in the quarterfinals of the Summit League Conference Tourney on Sunday night.
— Douglas Wilson had 20 points as South Dakota State beat UMKC 89-77 on Saturday night.
— Brandon McKissic matched his season high with 24 points on 10-for-13 shooting and Kansas City beat Oral Roberts 81-76 on Sunday night.
— Stanley Umude had 18 points and six rebounds as South Dakota held off UM Kansas City 66-64 on Friday night.
— Josiah Allick had 23 points as UM Kansas City easily beat North Dakota 77-53 on Sunday.
— Jordan Goodwin had 23 points and 13 rebounds as Saint Louis stretched its home win streak to seven games, getting past UM Kansas City 62-46 on Wednesday night.
— Liam Robbins had 27 points, nine rebounds and five blocks, Marcus Carr added 15 points and seven assists, and Minnesota cruised to a 90-61 win over Missouri-Kansas City on Thursday night.
— Nijel Pack and DaJuan Gordon scored 14 points each as Kansas State battled past Missouri-Kansas City 62-58 Monday night, picking up the Wildcats' first win.
— Chris Harris scored 18 points and Nana Akenten had 17 points and six rebounds as Southeast Missouri defeated Kansas City 71-66 on Saturday.
Brandon McKissic scored 18 points, Jordan Giles added 14 and UMKC beat Utah Valley 61-51 on Thursday night.
UMKC has joined Chicago State in announcing it will not play its basketball game in Seattle due to fear of the coronavirus.
Javan White had 16 points and eight rebounds as Missouri-Kansas City walloped Chicago State 80-58 on Saturday night.
Jordan Giles tossed in 17 points and Missouri-Kansas City turned back California Baptist 69-63 on Wednesday night.
Brandon McKissic had 20 points as Kansas City topped Cal State Bakersfield 59-53 on Saturday night.
Alessandro Lever scored 18 points as Grand Canyon defeated Kansas City 71-66 in overtime on Thursday night.
Ivan Aurrecoechea tied his career high with 23 points as New Mexico State won its 13th straight game, defeating Kansas City 67-61 on Saturday night.
Lesley Varner II scored 23 points to surpass 1,000 and Texas Rio Grande Valley ended its nine-game road losing streak, topping Kansas City 73-60 on Thursday night.
Rob Whitfield hit five 3-pointers and scored 21 points as Missouri-Kansas City beat Chicago State 69-51 on Saturday.