Game 6: No. 4 Texas A&M vs. No. 12 Missouri
March 12, 2008
Final Score: Texas A&M 65 - Missouri 39
Session Three attendance: 4,326
Missouri: Richbow, Hollins, Johnson, Scott, Jones
Texas A&M: Starks, Franklin, Gant, Reado, Micheaux
2007-08 Regular Season
Texas A&M won the teams' only meeting this season by a 62-43 margin in College Station.
Updated Head-to-Head Figures
- Texas A&M evened the all-time series at 7-7
- The Aggies are now 1-1 against the Tigers in championship history
- Now in his fifth year at Texas A&M, Gary Blair is 8-3 against MU
- Cindy Stein is now 6-6 against the Aggies in her 10-year career at MU
At the Conference Tournament
- Texas A&M is 4-11 all-time at the conference tournament and 3-4 under Blair
- MU currently owns a 6-12 overall record in tourney action
- The Aggies received a first-round bye for the third year in a row
At Municipal Auditorium
- The Aggies are 1-1 all-time at Municipal Auditorium
- The Aggies are now 3-1 in the second round of the championships
- The Tigers fall to 1-5 all-time at conference
MU by the Numbers
- Jessra Johnson was held to fewer than 10 points for the 10th time in this her sophomore campaign. She has also grabbed 5+ rebounds in all but five of the team's 30 games this season.
- Alyssa Hollins has now drained 3+ treys in 15 games this season
- Hollins recorded a season high seven turnovers
- Toy Richbow collected 5+ rebounds for the sixth time this year
- The Tigers' 39 points was their second-lowest total of the season
A&M by the Numbers
- La Toya Michaeux scored double-digit points at the conference tourney for the first time on Wednesday. The Aggie junior also tied her season high in steals with two.
- Morenike Atunrase's pair of treys tied her season high 3-point FG made
- Takia Starks has scored 15+ points 13 times since conference play opened. She also tied her conference high nine rebounds this season.
- Texas A&M has now emerged victorious in 11 of their last 12 games.
- This is A&M's largest margin of victory in conference play this year
- The Aggies have advanced to the championship's semifinals each of the past two years, the only times they have done so in program history