While we still reluctantly say goodbye to 2019-20 and wonder what might have been, we also can't wait to look ahead at what's to come next season.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/523W 77-69
- 11/8W 79-51
- 11/10W 72-69
- 11/14W 96-90
- 11/177L 80-69
- 11/22W 71-64
- 11/25W 74-66
- 12/1W 83-58
- 12/4W 68-55
- 12/15W 79-72
- 12/2017L 64-52
- 12/31W 111-39
- 1/3W 74-72
- 1/5W 81-68
- 1/10W 69-67
- 1/12W 80-66
- 1/17L 70-68
- 1/24W 76-55
- 1/26W 81-55
- 1/31W 90-56
- 2/2W 87-74
- 2/7W 66-55
- 2/9W 89-83
- 2/15W 88-57
- 2/21W 76-62
- 2/23W 82-58
- 2/27L 78-66
- 3/1W 69-66
- 3/5W 85-70
- 3/7W 72-61
- Full Schedule
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
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Abby Hipp scored 16 points with eight rebounds off the bench and Jasmine Franklin scored 13 and No. 23-ranked Missouri State beat Loyola Chicago 72-61 on Saturday.
Brice Calip and Alexa Willard scored 17 points apiece, leading four other players into double-digit scoring as No. 23 Missouri State blew away from Valparaiso in the second half, winning 85-70 Thursday night.
The Pac-12 once again placed five seeds in the top 16, as revealed by the NCAA women's basketball selection committee on Monday.
Alexa Willard scored 19 points, including a pair of free throws with 1.4 seconds left, and No. 21 Missouri State picked up the 900th win in school history with a 69-66 defeat of Bradley on Sunday.
Tete Maggett scored 24 points, Lexi Wallen added 18 and Illinois State made five of its seven 3-pointers in the fourth quarter en route to a 78-66 upset of No. 21 Missouri State on Thursday night.
Jasmine Franklin scored 17 points, Alexa Willard added 15 and No. 23 Missouri State cruised to an 82-58 win over Indiana State on Sunday.
Alexa Willard scored 14 points, Abby Hipp added 11 points and 12 rebounds, and No. 23 Missouri State beat Evansville 76-62 on Friday night.
Elle Ruffridge came off the bench to score 16 points on 6-of-7 shooting, including four 3-pointers, and No. 24 Missouri State got revenge for its only Missouri Valley Conference loss with an 88-57 romp past Southern Illinois on Saturday.
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Brice Calip scored 22 points and handed out eight assists and No. 24 Missouri State held off Drake 89-83 on Sunday.
Brice Calip and Alexa Willard scored 13 points each, and No. 24 Missouri State handed Northern Iowa its first home loss of the season 66-55 on Friday night.
Alexa Willard scored 16 points to lead five players in double figures and No. 24 Missouri State breezed to an 87-74 victory over Illinois State on Sunday.
Brice Calip and Jasmine Franklin scored 15 points each and No. 24 Missouri State beat Bradley 90-56 on Friday night to tie the Braves atop the Missouri Valley Conference.
Gabby Walker took a bounce pass at the baseline and, as the clock was winding down, put up a left-handed layup and Southern Illinois shocked No. 19 Missouri State women 70-68 Friday night.
Abby Hipp scored 15 points on 7-of-10 shooting and Alexa Willard scored 12 and No. 20-ranked Missouri State beat Northern Iowa 80-66 on Sunday.
Sydney Manning hit a 3-pointer as time ran out to give No. 20 Missouri State a 69-67 victory over Drake on Friday night.
Alexa Willard scored 24 points and Brice Calip added 18 to lead No. 21 Missouri State to an 81-68 victory over Valparaiso on Sunday.
Alexa Willard scored 21 points, Jasmine Franklin made a game-winning shot in overtime and No. 21 Missouri State beat Loyola-Chicago 74-72 on Friday in a Missouri Valley Conference opener for both teams.
Shameka Ealy scored 16 points to lead six Missouri State players in double figures and the 21st-ranked Lady Bears beat William Jewell 111-39 on Tuesday.
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