Missouri vs. SEMO Post Game Notes



Nov. 29, 2012

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• Tonight's win gives the Tigers a 14-1 series record over the Redhawks.

Sydney Crafton posted season-highs with 11 field goals made, two blocks and three offensive rebounds along with a career-high 26 points.

• Shooting .846 (11-13) from the field, Sydney Crafton has the SEC game-high for field goal percentage.

Morgan Eye has hit at least one three-pointer in every game this season and leads the team with 21 three-pointers made.

• Shooting .500 (5-10) from behind the arc, Morgan Eye recorded the second-highest three-point percentage in an SEC game this season.

• With 13 three-pointers in the game, which matches the team's SEC game-high for three-point field goals made, the Tigers continue to lead the SEC with 59 three-pointers made on the season.

• Mizzou attempted 37 three-pointers on the night, giving them the SEC game-high.

• Newcomer Bri Kulas scored in double-figures for the fourth time this season with 14 points.

• Snatching six boards, Liene Priede set a season high in rebounds.

• Mizzou, who came into the night tied for second in the SEC in field goal percentage defense, continued to play staunch on that side of the court, holding SEMO to 29 percent shooting from the field.

• With seven total rebounds on the night, Liz Smith continued her dominant rebounding of late, grabbing seven offensive rebounds and nine defensive rebounds the past two games.

Liz Smith collected her first assists of the season, dishing out three on the night.

Kyley Simmons led the Tigers with a season-high six assists.

• Freshman Lianna Doty dished out five assists, giving her 37 on the season, which leads the SEC.

• Freshman Maddie Stock knocked down a career-high four three-pointers, giving her 10 on the year and posted a career-high 12 points.



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