Tigers roll past William Jewell 72-31
October 30, 2014
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By Tim Leible, KBIA Sports
The Missouri Tigers steamrolled William Jewell in an exhibition game on
Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014 in the Hearnes Center. Wes Clark led the Tigers with 14
points, while fan favorite Ryan Rosburg put up 13 points with eight rebounds. The
Tigers as a whole dominated the boards, besting William Jewell 72-31.
After getting a steal, Wes Clark broke away and slammed it home in an exhibition against William Jewell on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014. Clark would end up with 14
points and three steals on the game.
Missouri and William Jewell warm up during halftime. The Hearnes Center was coach Kim Anderson’s home court as a player at Missouri in the mid-70s.
Junior forward Ryan Rosburg is fouled while going up for a shot. Rosburg scored 13
points and grabbed eight assists in the contest.
Sophomore guard Wes Clark brings up the ball.
Clark led the Tigers with 14 points in the win against William Jewell.
New coach Kim Anderson talks things over with an official during a timeout.
Anderson would lead the Tigers to a 72-31 victory in his first game as head coach.
Missouri’s Tramaine Isabell (4) attempts to wrestle the ball away from William
Jewell’s Jordan Lewis (12).
Isabell scored 10 points in the game, while going 2-4 from behind the arc.
Freshman Namon Wright scores on a reverse dunk. Wright had a solid performance for the
Tigers, scoring seven points while grabbing five rebounds.
Missouri fans taunt William Jewell and hold up cut outs of Kim Anderson, Wes Clark
and Montaque Gill-Caesar during a free throw attempt.
Wes Clark (15) drives to the hoop during Missouri’s exhibition game. Clark led the Missouri offense with 14 points.