The Missouri softball team lost to Texas A&M 1-0 in eight innings Sunday in College Station, Texas.
The Missouri baseball team beat Oklahoma State 4-2 on Sunday at Taylor Stadium.
Oklahoma State won the first game 3-2, and Missouri won the second game 4-1. Tiger pitching stood out in both games.
A 6-5 victory over the Aggies on Saturday improved the Tigers' record to 23-4 and 4-1 in the Big 12.
The Missouri softball team swept both games of the doubleheader against Iowa on Wednesday evening at University Field. Still, Coach Earleywine expressed disappointment with the team's enthusiasm.
The Tigers committed six errors and hit five batters with pitches, losing 15-1 to Indiana State on Wednesday at Taylor Stadium.
Franklin will miss the rest of spring practices but is expected back by the start of the 2012 season.
Frank Haith led Missouri to a 30-win season and a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament. The Tigers season ended Friday in a 86-84 loss to Norfolk State.
Sandy Nickel thanks the team for their exceptional season despite opening round loss to Norfolk State in the NCAA tournament.
The Missouri baseball team snapped a 10-game winning streak Sunday afternoon after a 13-7 loss to High Point.
Freshman starter Brandon Platts recorded only four outs before being removed from the game, and High Point defeated the Tigers 13-7.
The Missouri Tigers women's softball team swept the Kansas Jayhawks this weekend, beating them by a combined 24-0 score in three games at University Field.
Norfolk engineered a rare 15 seed, 2 seed upset against Missouri in Omaha. Experienced starters, good out-of-conference match-ups, dedicated preparation and confidence allowed the Spartans' to cut the Tigers post-season journey short.
Redshirt freshmen and upperclass veterans took to the field Saturday to train for the 2012 season.
The Tigers became only the fifth two-seed to ever lose to a 15-seed in the NCAA Tournament, falling to Norfolk State 86-84. Michael Dixon scored 22 points in the season-ending loss.
The neutral site of Missouri's NCAA Tournament second-round game against Norfolk State became nearly a home-court advantage for the Spartans, and Missouri's frustration compounded its 86-84 loss to Norfolk State.
Norfolk State, a 15-seed, upset Missouri in one of the greatest upsets in the history of the NCAA Tournament.
The Missouri men's basketball team made a surprising early exit from the NCAA tournament Friday, losing to Norfolk State, 86-84. It was the first time a two-seed lost to a 15-seed since 2001.
Missouri and Norfolk State were tied at halftime, 38-38, in the round of 64 in the NCAA Tournament Friday in Omaha, Neb.