Missouri softball coach Ehren Earleywine confirmed Wednesday that four Missouri softball players, including freshman pitcher Casey Stangel, are leaving the team.
Nebraska (44-16) became just the seventh team in 10 years to win a regional championship after losing its first game.
The Tigers will play Sunday for the regional title after defeating the Jayhawks 6-3.
The Tigers battled with Bradley to win 6-5 in the first round of the Columbia Regional on Friday, which means they will face Kansas on Saturday.
Sophomore outfielder Emily Crane, freshman pitcher Tori Finucane and sophomore outfielder Taylor Gadbois earned All-Southeast Region Second Team honors, and junior third baseman/catcher Angela Randazzo earned All-Southeast Region Third Team recognition.
No. 15 seed Missouri's games at the Columbia Regional softball tournament will be broadcast on KTGR/1580 AM and streamed online.
The Tigers will host Bradley, Kansas and Nebraska in their regional games Friday through Sunday at University Field.
The Missouri softball team will meet Bradley at 3 p.m. Friday in its first game in the Columbia Regional. Kansas, an old rival from Missouri's Big 12 days, is also participating in the four-team tournament, along with Nebraska.
The freshman pitcher was already named Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year.
Third-seeded Missouri fell to sixth-seeded LSU 6-0 and was knocked out of the Southeastern Conference Softball Tournament on Thursday in Columbia, S.C.
Despite her sweet demeanor, the freshman pitcher has proven herself in the circle.
Freshman pitcher Tori Finucane, sophomore center fielder Taylor Gadbois, junior infielder Corrin Genovese and senior left fielder Mackenzie Sykes earn Southeastern Conference honors.
After watching the Tide celebrate on their field, the Tigers weren't able to get revenge and lost a dull Game 3 2-0.
The Tigers watched Alabama celebrate on their own turf as they clinched an outright conference title.
The Tigers beat the Crimson Tide 8-6 to keep their hopes of a share of the Southeastern Conference regular season title alive.
Even after changing schools, redshirting for a year, switching positions and facing her old teammates, Missouri's Sami Fagan remains even-keeled.
After the Tigers won a strange Game 1 11-6 against Creighton on Tuesday, Tori Finucane entered to pitch a near perfect 2-1 Game 2.
Genovese earned Southeastern Conference Player of the Week and Finucane earned SEC Pitcher of the Week after the Tigers' series against No. 3 Florida last weekend.
The Tigers won 5-4 to take the series Sunday in Gainesville, Fla. Missouri is now 38-13 overall and 14-7 in the Southeastern Conference.
The Tigers lost Game 2 of the series 9-4 Saturday in Gainesville, Fla. Missouri's record is now 37-13 overall and 13-7 in the Southeastern Conference.