The Tigers (18-4) rallied from down 5-0, 10-7 and 14-13 to hand the No. 11 Gators their first SEC loss of the season.
Facing No. 11 Florida on Sunday, the Tigers were given an opportunity to find a way to bounce back from dropping a set.
In the battle of the Tigers, Missouri limited Auburn to a .127 hitting percentage.
Coming off four consecutive sweeps, the Tigers will face Auburn at home and then Florida on the road.
Deberg led the Tigers with 13 kills, improving their winning streak to 12 sets.
The Tigers fought off a close comeback in the second set on their way to a sweep.
The Tigers raise their SEC record to 4-2 with another straight set victory.
In light of flooding that forced MU to uproot the floor and reveal the original court, former director of Hearnes Center Tim Hickman provides a tour of the arena, through memorable moments in Mizzou athletics.
Players dedicated the afternoon with signs bearing the name of someone they know battling cancer.
An important conference win over South Carolina showed that the Tigers are quick to learn from their mistakes, both mentally and technically.
Playing for the first time at Mizzou Arena, the Tigers beat the South Carolina Gamecocks in straight sets.
The Tigers bounced back from two consecutive losses to hand the Gamecocks their first SEC loss this season.
The Tigers won the first set but couldn’t hold on, losing three straight sets to the Wildcats.
The Tigers remain undefeated in SEC play after a dominant victory against the Razorbacks, bar one atrocious set.
It is unclear whether the Tigers’ Oct. 5 home match will have to be moved as the floor at Hearnes Center likely requires replacing, university authorities said.
The unranked Tigers defeated No. 25 Alabama in their first match of the season against a ranked opponent.
Despite a late push by the Crimson Tide in the third set, the Tigers finished strong to start 1-0 in SEC play.
That first game kind of reminded me of two fighters in the ring,” coach Wayne Kreklow said. His team made much easier work of the next two sets.
Deberg has been the surprise star of Missouri the volleyball season, over Member-Meneh and Hollingsworth
The transfer from Illinois has been the Tigers’ go-to attacking weapon, but what happened to last year’s breakout freshmen?
After almost a month of playing solely road games, the Tigers returned to Hearnes Center for three games at the Mizzou Invitational.