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Division and Conference: NCAA Division I, Southeastern Conference
2018-2019 Record: 24-11 Overall, 10-6 Conference, 12-3 Home, 7-5 Away, 5-3 Neutral
Head Coach: Robin Pingeton
Rivals: Illinois Fighting Illini
Missouri Tigers Women's Basketball TicketsThe Missouri Tigers women's basketball team loves 20-win seasons. In fact, during the Tigers' past four seasons, it has achieved at least that. The three seasons prior to those 20-win years were 17+-win seasons. In addition to these wins, the Tigers have a seven-year string of postseason appearances, which includes three WNIT and four NCAA tournaments. A record like that can only happen with top-shelf players on the roster, such as Sophie Cunningham. During the 2018-2019 season, she was named to the All-SEC First Team by the Associated Press and Coaches. Cunningham was also selected for the All-SEC Tournament Team and received a WBCA All-America honorable mention. Although Cunningham graduated after the 2018-2019 season, other players, such as freshman Akira Levy, are still in play. Levy was selected to be a member of the All-SEC Freshman Team and promises great things for the future of Mizzou women's basketball. Get your Missouri Tigers women's basketball tickets at StubHub today.
Where does the Missouri Tigers play home games?The Missouri Tigers women's basketball team's home stadium is Mizzou Arena. It was renovated in 2014 and now features top-shelf training facilities, players lounges and locker rooms. ESPN.com called Mizzou Arena one of the top basketball venues in the nation. It has a seating capacity of 15,061 and features private suites, student bleacher seating and a Hall of Fame lobby. The total size of the arena in gross square feet sits at 320,801.
What are some of Coach Pingeton's notable achievements in women's basketball?Coach Pingeton is entering her second decade as head coach of the women's basketball team at Missouri. Under her guidance, the Tigers have had four straight NCAA appearances and maintain an impressive winning record. In 2019, Pingeton captured her 500th Division I career win. As of the beginning of the 2019-2020 season, Pingeton's Mizzou win-loss ratio sat at 171-119, which represented a percentage of .590. Pingeton graduated from St. Ambrose and left with the school's scoring record of 2,502 points, a record that still stands to this day.
Are any Missouri Tigers alumnae in the Tiger Hall of Fame?Joni Davis, class of 1985, was the top scorer for Tigers (2,126) when she graduated. In 1984 and 1985, she was named the Big Eight Conference Player of the Year and was also selected as the Big Eight Tournament Most Valuable Player three times. As a senior, Davis' points-per-game average was 25. In addition, Davis was named the Big Eight Female Athlete of the Year. Lorraine Ferret, class of 1983, captured All-Big Eight Conference honors two years in a row and graduated with a whopping 1,624 points. After graduating, Ferret went pro and shot hoops in Europe, where she would win the Swiss League scoring title a total of four times.
Who else is on the staff of the Missouri Tigers women's basketball team?Assistant Coach Jenny Putnam has been working with Coach Pingeton for most of her basketball career as both a coach and a player. Thanks to this long working relationship, the two have brought consistency and stability to the Mizzou program for over a decade. Ashleen Bracey has also had an extensive basketball history with Coach Pingeton. She was a player under Pingeton as well as a graduate assistant at Illinois State. After graduating, Bracey played pro ball in Athens, Greece, with Das Anos Liosia.
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