The Missouri baseball team lost 6-1 on Saturday morning to top-seeded Texas at the Big 12 Conference Tournament in Oklahoma City.
The Missouri baseball team reached the semifinals at the Big 12 Conference Tournament with a 6-5 win over Oklahoma State on Thursday in Oklahoma City.
Senior outfielder Jonah Schmidt produced the winning hit in the Tigers' Big 12 Tournament opener with a three-run, two-out double in the sixth inning.
The Missouri baseball team will make its ninth straight appearance in a Big 12 Conference Tournament when the Tigers play Texas on Wednesday afternoon in Oklahoma City.
Missouri baseball's Jonah Schmidt, Rob Zastryzny, Blake Brown and Phil McCormick received All-Big 12 awards.
The Missouri baseball team lost both games of a doubleheader against Nebraska on Saturday, ending its season with a pair of losses and snapping a streak of four-straight series wins against Big 12 opponents.
The Missouri baseball team's game at Nebraska was suspended because of severe weather on Thursday evening in Lincoln, Neb.
Missouri fell short in a ninth-inning rally Saturday, losing 6-4 to Texas Tech at home. The Red Raiders scored four runs to add to a 2-1 lead in the eighth inning, and Missouri scored three in the ninth.
Sophomore right-hander Eric Anderson threw seven scoreless innings in the Tigers' 11-1 win over Texas Tech on Friday night at Taylor Stadium. Anderson threw 94 pitches, the most in any game since recovering from a torn labrum in his right arm.
The Missouri baseball team is 7-5 in its past four Big 12 Conference series thanks to a long-awaited hitting streak that has included several home runs.
Schmidt has been named Big 12 Conference Player of the Week. At .375 in Big 12 play, his batting average is fourth in the league.
The Missouri baseball team beat Kansas State 12-8 on Sunday afternoon to win the three-game series in Manhattan, Kan.
After beating Kansas State 5-4 on Friday, the Missouri baseball team lost 8-5 on Saturday in Manhattan, Kan.
The Missouri baseball team lost to Missouri State 5-0 on Tuesday in Springfield.
Texas A&M won 3-2 on Sunday. Missouri, though, chose to focus on how it has taken its fate into its own hands by winning the series and how it has an opportunity to change that fate in the final three weeks of the regular season.
Missouri defeated No. 6 Texas A&M 9-1 Saturday and is within one game of a sweep. The two teams finish the series at 1 p.m. Sunday.
After scoring seven runs in the seventh inning and later coughing up a lead to No. 6 Texas A&M in the eighth, Missouri rallied for a win in the ninth.
Tigers junior Conner Mach moved to the top of the batting order and from third base to left field last week before Missouri's series against Baylor. By the time the series was over, he had earned Big 12 Player of the Week honors.
The Missouri baseball team has won four of its past six games after beating Eastern Illinois 7-5 on Tuesday.