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

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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