How Missouri looks to improve on slow start to season

Sophomore outside hitter Carly Kan high fives her teammates during her introduction in Missouri's matchup against Oakland on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014. Kan has more offensive input on the team this year and is working on adjusting to her new role.

Sophomore outside hitter Carly Kan high fives her teammates during her introduction in Missouri’s matchup against Oakland on Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014. Kan has more offensive input on the team this year and is working on adjusting to her new role.

The defending SEC champions have struggled the first few weeks of play, bouncing back and forth with wins and losses. They went into last weekend’s Idaho Tournament with a 4-4 record. However, with more trust as a team and decreased mental mistakes, the team swept the tournament. KBIA Sports’ Joyce Peng reports how the Tigers were able to conduct a winning streak and the status and identity of the team so far.

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