Mizzou women upset No. 14 Gamecocks, 65-58

Bri Kulas has 26 points and 11 rebounds in a upset win over No. 14 ranked South Carolina Thursday night.

Columbia, Mo. â?? Bri Kulas and Liz Smith turned in impressive performances on senior night, carrying Mizzou (16-13, 5-10) to a 65-58 win over No. 14 South Carolina Thursday (Feb. 28) night at Mizzou Arena. Kulas accounted for a career-high 26 points to accompany 11 rebounds, and Smith tallied eight points with five boards. Liene Priede hit double-digits with 10 points in her final home game as a Tiger, and Sydney Crafton hit 11, including a clutch layup late in the game. The strong team effort led to the Tigerâ??s second victory in a row over ranked opponents, previously knocking off then-No. 10 Tennessee.

The Tigers next head to Tuscaloosa, Ala. to take on the Crimson Tide on Sunday (March 3). After that, the Tigers will head to Duluth, Ga. to compete in the SEC tournament.