COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Morgan Stock came off the bench to hit 7 of 9 shots, including four 3-pointers, and scored 18 points, to lead No. 23 Missouri to a 79-64 win over No. 22 Florida on Sunday.
Sophie Cunningham and Juanita Robinson both scored 12 for the Tigers (16-4, 3-4 SEC), who shot 53 percent (26 of 49) with eight 3-pointers to offset 30 turnovers.
Ronni Williams had 14 points and Carlie Needles 12 for the Gators (16-4, 4-3), who shot 38 percent (23 of 60) and had 23 turnovers.
The game was tied after one quarter and the half but after a 3-pointer by Needles put the Gators up 41-40 at 6:23 of the third, the Tigers scored seven straight to take the lead for good. Cunningham put Missouri up with a pair of free throws and Stock's 3-pointer made it 47-41.
There were 57 fouls and 47 free-throw attempts.
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