Andreas Plackis, a redshirt junior on the Missouri baseball team, has seen success in athletics and academics. This fall, he will forgo his final year of baseball eligibility to pursue his lifelong goal of attending medical school.
John Miles, a freshman right-handed pitcher on the Missouri baseball team, has been named Big 12 Conference Newcomer of the Week.
In his 17th at-bat of the season, freshman Case Munson hit a sacrifice fly that sealed a 7-6 victory for Missouri in the 11th inning. With the win, Missouri won its last series against Texas as a conference opponent.
Missouri's bats stayed quiet again in a 6-3 loss Tuesday night at Arkansas, the Tigers' third straight defeat.
Missouri's top starting pitcher, Rob Zastryzny, was named Big 12 Pitcher of the Week after throwing the Tigers' first complete-game shutout in conference play since 2009.
The Missouri baseball team's five-game winning streak ended with a 4-3 loss to Texas Tech.
Sophomore Rob Zastryzny pitched a complete game shut-out, the first of his career.
MU student Phil Joens collects an average of seven or eight balls a game at Taylor Stadium despite team assistants' efforts to get to them first.
Freshman pitcher Brett Graves held the Wildcats scoreless over more than six innings, and Missouri won its third straight game, 7-0.
Missouri scored two in the ninth inning and Brannon Champagne drew a bases-loaded walk to give the Tigers their second straight win over Kansas State.
Missouri put runners on base in the first five innings but couldn’t score any runs until Ashley Fleming hit a two-run home run in the sixth to tie the game. The Tigers beat the Sooners 4-2 with a pair of runs in the eighth.
Missouri scored four runs with two outs in the first inning and went on to defeat Kansas State by a score of 13-4.
In his first year with the Missouri baseball team, Blake Holovach has grown into a starter's role, compiling a 5-2 record and taking over the Saturday starting spot.
The Missouri baseball team lost 5-4 to the Sooners in Norman, Okla. on Sunday. The Tigers fell to 18-17 overall and 3-9 in the Big 12 Conference.
Tigers starter Blake Holovach suffered his second straight loss in a 8-4 defeat Saturday at Oklahoma.
Wednesday's game against Illinois will give the Tigers a preview of next season, when they will play games in front of large Southeastern Conference crowds on a weekly basis.
The Tigers gave up an early lead but managed to string together rallies in the seventh and eighth innings to win 10-5.
Missouri took a 6-2 lead but failed to keep it, and Baylor rallied to complete a sweep by a score of 12-7.
Missouri stranded 11 baserunners as they fell to Baylor for the second straight night, 5-3. The win extended the Bears' winning streak to 13 games. The Tigers fall to 16-13, 3-5 in conference play.