The Missouri softball team kept last week's spots in the national polls, ranked No. 7 in the USA Today/NFCA poll, and No. 6 in the ESPN.com/USA Softball poll.
Angela Randazzo hit two home runs in the first game of Missouri’s doubleheader against South Carolina, then hit a three-run shot in the second game to help the Tigers secure 12-3 and 8-0 run-rule victories.
Because of rainy weather the start times for the Missouri baseball and softball teams' Saturday games have been delayed.
The Tigers' 10-2 six-inning victory over South Carolina on Friday night at University Field was their ninth run-rule shortened victory of the season.
In the two games the Tigers were able to play this past week, it scored 24 runs against Georgia Tech.
The Missouri softball team canceled its Tuesday game against Creighton because of poor field conditions after the weekend snowstorm.
Tigers infielder Emily Crane doesn't have a typical pregame warmup routine. While many players quietly prepare for a game, Crane goofs around. She laughs. She sings. She dances.
After going 5-0 last week, the Tigers moved up a spot to No. 7 in two national polls.
Missouri completes a sweep against Ole Miss (18-15, 1-5) Sunday with a 12-0 run-rule win in Oxford, Miss.
Coach Ehren Earleywine earned his 300th win as head coach of the Missouri softball team, but a close game and a listless team lessened the victory.
The Tigers dropped to No. 8 in both the ESPN.com/USA Softball and the USA Today/NFCA polls.
The Missouri softball team will not get a chance to redeem itself after being run-ruled by Texas A&M Saturday at University Field.
No. 7 Texas A&M (23-2, 1-1 SEC) defeated No. 5 Missouri (10-2, 1-1 SEC) in six innings Saturday by a score of 11-3 in game two of the series between the conference foes.
Sophomore Kelsea Roth's homer in the bottom of the seventh ended a pitchers' duel between the Tigers and the Aggies.
University Field's ground crew removed all the snow from the field before Texas A&M comes to town for what is sure to be a competitive series between two conference rivals.
The Tigers haven't played a game since last week's rankings were released because of the cancellation of the Missouri Breast Cancer Tournament.
The Missouri athletics department confirmed Monday that sophomore pitcher Bailey Erwin will be leaving the Tigers softball team and transferring from MU.
The Missouri Breast Cancer Tournament set to be held over the weekend was canceled due to weather.
The Tigers moved up one spot in the polls after beating Maryland, San Diego State and Florida in the Mary Nutter Classic this past week.
Missouri softball pitcher Chelsea Thomas was named Southeastern Conference Co-Pitcher of the Week, along with Mississippi State's Alison Owen.