1908–09 Missouri Tigers men's basketball team

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1908–09 Missouri Tigers men's basketball
Conference Big Eight Conference
1908–09 record 10–5 (4–5 MVIAA)
Head coach Guy Lowman
Home arena Rothwell Gymnasium
Seasons
« 1907–08 1909–10 »

The 1908–09 Missouri Tigers men's basketball team represented the University of Missouri in the 1908–09 college basketball season. The team was led by first-year head coach Guy Lowman. The captain of the team was Carl Ristine.

Missouri finished with a 10–5 record overall and a 4–5 record in the Missouri Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Association. This was good enough for tie for 2nd place in the regular season conference standings.

Schedule and results[edit]

Date
Time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
City, State
December 18, 1908*
, N/A
Central Missouri W 38–16  1–0

Columbia, Missouri
December 19, 1908*
, N/A
Central Missouri W 46–12  2–0

Columbia, Missouri
January 9, 1909
, N/A
Iowa State W 53–14  3–0
(1–0)

Columbia, Missouri
January 16, 1909
, N/A
at Washington (MO) L 25–34  3–1
(1–1)

St. Louis, Missouri
January 17, 1909
, N/A
Washington (MO) L 26–44  3–2
(1–2)

St. Louis, Missouri
January 22, 1909*
, N/A
Missouri–Rolla W 43–12  4–2
(1–2)

Columbia, Missouri
January 23, 1909*
, N/A
Missouri–Rolla W 49–22  5–2
(1–2)

Columbia, Missouri
February 1, 1909
, N/A
at Nebraska W 26–24  6–2
(2–2)

Lincoln, Nebraska
February 2, 1909*
, N/A
at Kansas State W 31–29  7–2
(2–2)

Manhattan, Kansas
February 3, 1909
, N/A
at Kansas L 15–24  7–3
(2–3)

Lawrence, Kansas
February 4, 1909
, N/A
at Kansas L 23–31  7–4
(2–4)

Lawrence, Kansas
February 6, 1909*
, N/A
at Central Missouri W 36–14  8–4
(2–4)

Warrensburg, Missouri
February 12, 1909
, N/A
Kansas L 19–24  8–5
(2–5)

Columbia, Missouri
February 13, 1909
, N/A
Kansas W 37–21  9–5
(3–5)

Columbia, Missouri
February 17, 1909
, N/A
Washington (MO) W 36–16  10–5
(4–5)

Columbia, Missouri
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from Coaches' Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.
All times are in Central Standard Time.

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