Missouri guard Sophie Cunningham (left) and BYU’s Lexi Eaton Rydalch scrambled for a loose ball Saturday in their first-round match in the NCAA Tournament.
Missouri guard Sophie Cunningham (left) and BYU’s Lexi Eaton Rydalch scrambled for a loose ball Saturday in their first-round match in the NCAA Tournament. Eric Gay The Associated Press
Missouri guard Sophie Cunningham (left) and BYU’s Lexi Eaton Rydalch scrambled for a loose ball Saturday in their first-round match in the NCAA Tournament. Eric Gay The Associated Press

Close-knit Missouri Tigers prepare for Texas with NCAA women’s Sweet 16 berth at stake

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