Missouri

Official Name: 
University of Missouri
Nickname: 
Tigers, Mizzou
Mailing Address: 
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260 Hearnes Center
Columbia, MO 65205

Telephone: 
(573) 884-2437
Fax: 
(573) 882-4720
Enrollment: 
24,845
Arena: 

Mizzou Arena
Capacity: 16,000
Year Opened: 2004

School Colors: 
Old Gold and Black
Conference: 

Big 12 (since 1997)
Former Member of Missouri Valley (1908-28) and Big Eight (1929-96)

Final AP Top 10 Rankings: 

(5) 1982, 1983, 1989, 1994, and 2009

NCAA Division I Tournament Appearances: 

(23) 1944, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2009, and 2010
22-23 record (.489)
Regional runner-up in 1944, 1976, 1994, 2002 and 2009

NIT Appearances: 

(7) 1972, 1973, 1985, 1996, 1998, 2004, and 2005
1-7 record (.125)

CCAT/NCIT Record: 

0-1 in 1975

All-Time Winningest Coach: 

Norm Stewart (32 years from 1968-99, 634-333 record, .656)

All-Time Scoring Leader: 

Derrick Chievous (2,580 points from 1985-88)

All-Time Rebounding Leader: 

Arthur Johnson (1,083 from 2001-04)

Single-Game Individual Scoring Record: 

Joe Scott (46 points as senior vs. Nebraska on 3/6/61)

NCAA Consensus Second-Team All-Americans: 

Individual Single-Game Scoring Record Box Score:

Joe Scott (46 vs. Nebraska)
March 6, 1961 (senior/16.5 ppg)

1

2

Total

Missouri

48

49

97

Nebraska

35

41

76

Name

FG

FT

PTS

Cox

4-6

2-3

10

Garrett

2-13

5-5

9

Henke

8-17

5-7

21

Scott

18-30

10-13

46

Lockett

0-2

0-0

0

Doughty

4-6

1-2

9

Grebing

1-6

0-1

2

Hunter

0-1

0-0

0

Houston

0-0

0-1

0

Totals

37-81

23-32

97

Percentages

.457

.719

Name

FG

FT

PTS

Russell

4-5

7-8

15

Wall

1-6

0-0

2

Bowers

4-12

5-6

13

Swett

5-17

2-7

12

Roots

3-8

7-9

13

Kowalke

6-13

2-5

14

Buuck

1-4

0-1

2

Yates

1-4

1-1

3

Huge

1-1

0-0

2

Grupe

0-0

0-0

0

Elle

0-0

0-0

0

Totals

26-70

24-37

76

Percentages

.371

.649

Coach

Seasons

Years

Record

W-L %

Best Season(s)

Record

Isadore Anderson

1

1907

10-6

.625

1907

10-6

A.M. "Mills" Ebright

1

1908

8-10

.444

1908

8-10

Guy S. Lowman

2

1909-10

19-15

.559

1909

11-5

Chester L. Brewer

1

1911

5-7

.417

1911

5-7

O.F. Field

3

1912-14

22-27

.449

1913

13-5

Conrad Eugene Van Gent

2

1915-16

21-9

.700

1916

13-3

John O. Miller

2

1917, 1919

26-7

.788

1919

14-3

Walter "Doc" Meanwell

2

1918, 1920

34-2

.944

both years

17-1

J. Craig Ruby

2

1921-22

33-2

.933

1922

17-1

George Bond

4

1923-26

34-38

.472

1923

15-3

George Edwards

20

1927-46

181-172

.513

1930

15-3

Wilbur "Sparky" Stalcup

16

1947-62

195-179

.521

1955

16-5

Bob Vanatta

5

1963-67

42-80

.344

1964, 1965

13-11

Norm Stewart

32

1968-99

634-333

.656

1994

28-4

Quin Snyder

7

2000-06

126-91

.581

2002

24-12

Melvin Watkins

1

2006

2-5

.286

2006

2-5

Mike Anderson

5

2007-11

111-57

.661

2009

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  • All-Time W-L Record: 1,499-1,039 (.591) from 1907 through 2011.
  • NOTES: Mizzou vacated four NCAA Tournament games in 1994 (3-1 record)
  • Watkins served as interim coach in 2005-06 after Snyder compiled a 10-11 record that season before stepping down.