University of Missouri Women’s Basketball Head Coach Robin Pingeton announced the addition of Jasmine James to the Tigers staff as an assistant coach. James, who joins Mizzou after spending two seasons at Tennessee Tech, has experience coaching at the high school and collegiate level and was a standout player in the Southeastern Conference who went on to
Missouri Women’s Basketball (18-7, 7-4) cruised to a 69-46 victory over Vanderbilt (6-17, 1-9) on Sunday afternoon at Mizzou Arena. With the win, head coach Robin Pingeton recorded her 500th career victory as the Tiger improved to 6-0 at Mizzou in SEC play. She now has 165 victories during her seven plus seasons at Missouri.
Mizzou Athletics has extended the contract of Head Women’s Basketball Coach Robin Pingeton four years, ensuring she will be on the Mizzou sideline through the 2024-25 season. In her ninth season, Pingeton has built Mizzou into a consistent Top-25 team program, leading the Tigers to three consecutive NCAA Tournaments for the first time since 1984-86.
Mizzou Women’s Basketball Head Coach has agreed to a new five-year contract that will keep her on the sidelines through the 2019-20 season. Pingeton’s new agreement includes a base salary of $300,000 and runs through April 30, 2020. “We are excited to announce a new contract for Coach Pingeton,” Director of Athletics Mack Rhoades said.