Missouri baseball splits doubleheader with Oklahoma State

Saturday, March 24, 2012 | 7:17 p.m. CDT
Missouri lost 3-2 against Oklahoma State in the first of two games Saturday at Taylor Stadium. Missouri's Jake Ivory was tagged out in between second and third base by Oklahoma State's Robbie Rea to end the first game. Missouri was winning 2-1 before Oklahoma State scored two runs in the top of the ninth inning.

The Missouri baseball team split Saturday's doubleheader with Oklahoma State, and Tiger pitching stood out in both games.

Oklahoma State won the first game 3-2. 

Missouri starter Rob Zastryzny pitched 8 innings and threw 12 strikeouts, both a career high. It was the first time a Tiger starter threw double digit strikeouts since Kyle Gibson threw 10 in 2009.  

Missouri won the second game 4-1.

Blake Holovach started on the mound for the Tigers, and he extended his scoreless inning streak to 15 before giving up an unearned run in the seventh. Holovach has not given up an earned run in 17.2 innings. 

Missouri improves its record to 13-8. The Tigers face the Cowboys (13-10) at 1 p.m. Sunday to finish the series. 

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