COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Bri Kulas had 26 points and 12 rebounds as Missouri knocked off No. 14 South Carolina 65-58 on Thursday night.
Sydney Crafton added 11 points and Liene Priede had 10 for the Tigers (16-13, 5-10 Southeastern), who are 14-4 at home this season with wins over two ranked opponents (the other an 80-63 win over then-No. 9 Tennessee on Feb. 3).
Ieasia Walker and Khadijah Sessions led South Carolina (22-6, 10-5) with 14 points apiece.
Missouri, which has made a school-record 240 3-pointers this season, beat the Gamecocks the old-fashioned way -- by pounding the ball inside. The Tigers outscored South Carolina 34-14 on points in the paint and attempted just seven 3-pointers, making three.
Missouri shot 53.5 percent and never trailed in a game that was close throughout. Its biggest lead was eight points when Kulas converted a three-point play with 52 seconds remaining.
For Tennessee grads like Candace Parker and Glory Johnson, their hearts are heavy as Pat Summitt's health deteriorates. But they'll keep playing with pride, just like Coach taught them.
Twenty years after winning gold in Atlanta, members of the 1996 U.S. Olympic team reunited and walked down memory lane while being honored by the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
At Saturday's Women's Basketball Hall of Fame induction, this year's class -- including Natalie Williams and Jackie Stiles -- spoke about the ties that bind everyone in the women's hoops world.