A strong defensive performance gives Missouri its first win over Kentucky since 2014.
On Saturday, the Tigers limited a usually potent Wildcat rushing attack to just 98 yards.
Rock Bridge played twice Saturday and Hickman played once for the Rock Bridge Shootout.
The Tigers move to 2-0 after two nights against the Crimson Tide.
The Tigers won the first two sets and never looked back, ultimately defeating the Crimson Tide 3-1 to win their first match of the season.
The Tigers were led by sophomore Sophia Yoemans and senior Noelle Beijer, who both finished tied for 38th overall
Missouri also has no players in quarantine after its latest round of COVID-19 testing.
Bad weather resulted in Rock Bridge's match with Gateway Legacy Christian Academy to finish early in a 1-1 draw Tuesday.
Ranked the highest it's ever been (No. 7) in American Volleyball Coaches Association Top 25 history, Missouri volleyball has grandiose expectations.