PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri softball loses first game of fall season

Friday, October 5, 2012 | 9:21 p.m. CDT; updated 1:20 p.m. CDT, Saturday, October 6, 2012
Missouri catcher Rachel Hay warms up before playing against Jefferson College on Friday at University Field. The Tigers lost 4-2 but won their first game of the day against Butler Community College 8-1.

 COLUMBIA – Missouri softball lost its first game of the fall season to Jefferson City 4-2. Earlier in the day, the Tigers defeated Butler Community College 8-1. 

Missouri third base player Nicole Hudson misses the ball during a 4-2 loss to Jefferson College on Friday at University Field.

Missouri utility player Brianna Corwin's mother, Rhonda Corwin and Ryan Robinson watch the Tigers play Jefferson College on Friday. 

 A Missouri softball helmet sits on a bench in the dugout after Friday's game against Jefferson College. 

 Jefferson College outfielder Jett Bouckaert catches a ball during the first inning of a game against Missouri Friday at University Field. 

Missouri short stop Emily Crane hits the ball during the first inning against Jefferson College. Missouri was handed its first loss of the season, 4-2.

 Jefferson College catcher Amanda Williams cheers for her team during the game against Missouri on Friday at University Field.


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