The Missouri St. Lady Bears had one of their worst scoring outputs in quite a while in a 58-34 loss to Indiana St. The 34 points is their worst performance since a 78-34 loss to Colorado in the 1995 NCAA Tournament.

The Lady Bears were without starting guard Tahnee Balerio, who broke a finger against Illinois St. on Friday. She’ll be out for four-to-six weeks. Without her, only four members of the MSU roster scored against the Sycamore, which have now won 13 in a row. Kari Koch was the only Lady Bear in double-figures, with 12 points. They trailed 31-14 at the half.

Missouri St. is now 8-8 overall and 2-5 in the Missouri Valley Conference and Indiana St., which leads the Missouri Valley Conference, is 15-2 overall and 7-0 in the Valley.