On Feb. 28, the nearly 6,000 fans in Mizzou Arena saw the women's basketballs final home game fall as they gave up a double-digit lead almost as quickly as they gained it. Alhough the remainder of the game was tight, Missouri trailed for the majority of it, only to regain the lead halfway through the fourth quarter. The Tigers would ultimately fall 56-52, going into the post-season Southeastern Conference on a two game losing streak.
Senior Juanita Robinson hugs her mother before her final Missouri home game on Senior Day against Vanderbilt.
Following the Senior Day announcements, junior Jordan Frericks was honored with a commemorative 1,000 point basketball to honor her status as the 33rd Missouri women's basketball player to surpass this milestone.
Following coach Robin Pingeton's 100th victory recognition before the Vanderbilt game, her players, including freshman Sophie Cunningham, cheer on her mentor.
In the first quarter of the senior day game, freshman Sophie Cunningham blocks Vanderbilt senior Jasmine Jenkins (15) from behind while attempting a layup.
Within the frenzy of the final quarter, redshirt junior Lindsey Cunningham calls out a play by snapping her fingers, attempting to refocus her team.
Eyes on the loose ball, freshman Sophie Cunningham falls to the ground, lunging to regain possession before her Vanderbilt opponent.
Sophie Cunningham pulls up and sinks a trey that pushes Missouri ahead of Vanderbilt 45-44 in the fourth quarter, pulling her team ahead for the first time in the second half.
Following the team's 56-52 loss against Vanderbilt on Senior Day, freshman Sophie Cunningham huddles with her teammates in the middle of Mizzou Arena for the final time this season.