Missouri junior Rhea Taylor went 1-for-4 and scored a run for the Tigers on Sunday in a 5-1 victory over Northwestern. Her base running performance tied the school record for stolen bases in a career at 110.
Instead of playing at University Field on Saturday, the Missouri softball team played in Devine Pavillion, an indoor facility the team normally uses for practice during the winter. Snowy weather caused the change and rearranged the playing schedule for the Demarini Invitational.
The Tigers' 17-game winning streak was shattered in a 2-1 loss against Ball State on Friday.
In Wednesday's doubleheader against Wichita State at University Field, Missouri only gave up one run in two games and only allowed five hits in a 8-0 six-inning victory in Game 1 and a 6-1 victory in Game 2.
The Missouri softball team won 3-1 against Illinois State and 9-1 against Bradley on Sunday in the Children's Hospital Invitational at University Field.
The Missouri softball team's games against San Diego State and Illinois scheduled for Saturday at University Field were postponed because of rain.
The Tigers struggled early, but defeated the University of New Mexico 2-0 Friday at University Field.
Missouri's Nicole Hudson went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run and a double Wednesday to propel the Tigers softball team to a 3-0 victory over Northern Iowa at University Field.
Freshman Rachel Hay and junior Lisa Simmons help lead the Tigers to another victory in the Missouri Breast Cancer Awareness Tournament.
The Tigers' sophomore pitcher earned her third no-hitter of her collegiate career.
Missouri's Chelsea Thomas was named Big 12 Softball Pitcher of the week Monday.
The Tigers made adjustments at the plate to secure the win.
After seven innings, Missouri's softball team was tied with Michigan 1-1. It would take extra innings for the Tigers to pick up the win.
The Tigers were shutout in Game 1 but rebounded in the second game.
Junior catcher Megan Christopher has emerged as one of the vocal leaders for the Missouri softball team, and she has served as a calming force.
The Tigers handed the Crimson Tide their first defeat at home by the run-rule since 1997.
Some may remember senior Missouri softball player Gina Schneider from her winning home run in the fifth inning of Game 3 of the NCAA Super Regional series against UCLA last season. Among the Tigers she is known for her ability to play multiple positions.