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SEC Announces 2023-24 Women’s Basketball Opponents

Hayley Frank

COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri Women’s Basketball’s 2023-24 Southeastern Conference opponents have been announced, as publicized by the league office on Wednesday.

Missouri will play a 16-game conference slate with the Tigers welcoming Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt and conference rival Arkansas to Mizzou Arena.

On the road, Missouri will face Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Tennessee, Arkansas, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and defending national champion LSU.

In total, the schedule consists of a single round-robin (10 games) of home and away with one permanent opponent (two games) and two rotating opponents (four games). In addition to its home-and-home contests with the Razorbacks, Missouri will play its rotating home-and-home matchups against South Carolina and Vanderbilt.

The upcoming season marks the 15th year of the 16-game schedule for women’s basketball and the 12th with 14 teams.

The 2024 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament will be held March 6-10 at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C.

Hayley Frank and Ashton Judd headline Missouri’s returning talent headed into the season. Frank led the Tigers with 15.4 points per game a year ago and will look to move up on the program’s all-time scoring leaderboard where she currently ranks ninth.

Judd put together a standout freshman campaign in 2022-23. The West Plains, Mo. native, earned All-SEC Freshman team honors after averaging 7.4 points while shooting a program freshman-record 44.9 percent from beyond the arc.

Missouri added eight players during the offseason with three freshmen and five transfers. Grace Slaughter, the No. 53 ranked recruit in the 2023 class is poised to make an impact in her inaugural collegiate season.

Time, dates and television information will be announced at a later date.

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This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics