Missouri opened up the Big 12 Conference schedule last weekend, going 1-2 at Texas A&M. The Tigers could have easily won two, maybe even three games in the series. Mizzou gave up two runs to the Aggies in the first inning of Friday's game, but settled and allowed just one run the rest of the way. On Saturday, Missouri took a lead into the ninth inning before Texas A&M rallied with a pair of singles and a walk-off double to pick up the come-from-behind victory. The Tigers avoided sweep with a 13-4 win in the series finale on Sunday behind a 4-for-6 day from senior Aaron Senne.
March 2010 Archives
Hello Tiger fans!
Today is Wednesday March 24, 2010 and Spring Break is right around the corner, which means that we have been in spring training for nine weeks now. These past nine weeks have flown by and the team as a whole has improved more than words can describe.
Follow the Tigers all day long at day two of the Missouri Relays. Today will feature most of the event finals on the track and some great competition in the field events. Stay tuned all day long for live updates right here at MUTigers.com!
Follow the Missouri gymnastics team as they compete for the Big 12 Conference title against Iowa State, Nebraska and Oklahoma. The Big 12 Gymnastics Championship will begin at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 27 and mutigers.com will be there to document the action. Join in to see how the meet turns out.
Hello Tiger fans!
It has been a busy couple of weeks for me. Last Friday my day started off going to class at 8:55 a.m., but when I got to the door there was a notice that stated that class was cancelled! I was kind of mad that she didn't send an e-mail out earlier - that way I wouldn't have had to wake up that early. Shoot, the more sleep I can get the better! So I just took care of some school business in the art department since my next class didn't start till 12. I went over to Memorial Union had a little lunch with a couple of friends.
Missouri took a three-game sweep over North Dakota last week, which included a Friday doubleheader. The Tigers improve to 10-6 on the season and are 6-1 at home this year.
Mizzou gymnastics fans can catch Missouri Head Coach Rob Drass and senior All-American Sarah Shire, the No. 1 ranked gymnast in the country, on KFRU - 1400 AM this afternoon in Columbia. The two will be on "The Closers" at 4:35 p.m. to talk Tiger gymnastics. Fans not in the radio broadcast area of KFRU can listen live through KFRU.com. Tune in to hear what Drass and Shire have to say!
Follow Missouri's six National qualifiers as they advance through the 80th annual NCAA Wrestling National Championships. Mutigers.com will be here all weekend to document the action, and we welcome you to follow along.
Since I'm somewhat of a stat geek, and with a little more than one-third of the regular season now behind us, I thought it'd be fun to take a look at the all-time softball record book for my first blog entry. We've had plenty of players make their move into or up the all-time team rankings, while we also have a handful of players just outside the top 10 in numerous categories who could break through before the year ends. With this first entry, we're just going to dive into the offensive side of the record book. We'll evaluate the pitching and fielding side later this week.
It was a tough weekend for the Missouri baseball team, finishing 0-3 at the Houston College Classic at Minute Maid Park. The Tigers were shutout by Houston on Friday despite putting runners on base in every inning. On Saturday, Mizzou took the No. 7 ranked TCU Horned Frogs to extra innings, before a run in the 10th inning gave TCU a 4-3 victory. Then on Sunday, the Tigers jumped out to an early 3-0 lead against No. 3 Texas, but a six-run fifth inning helped the Longhorns claim an 8-5 win.
So there's just one game remaining in the 2010 Big 12 Conference basketball regular season, and we still don't know where 10 of the 12 men's teams will finish the race. [Kansas has clinched its sixth straight title, and the No. 1 seed that goes along with it; Nebraska has clinched the 12 spot.]
Each week on this blog, we will select a Player and Pitcher of the Week for Mizzou Baseball. The Tigers are 4-2 on the season after winning 2-of-3 at the Auburn Classic last weekend. Missouri defeated Florida Atlantic, 4-2, on Friday and took down the host school, Auburn, by a score of 11-7 on Saturday before dropping the final game of the weekend to Boston College.
MOST RECENT POSTS
- Mizzou Baseball Player & Pitcher of the Week - March 29
- Weekly Journal Entry: Priscilla Armendariz
- Missouri Relays Live Blog
- Follow Gymnastics at the Big 12 Championship
- Walton Combined Events Live Blog
- A Look Into the Softball Record Book - Part Two
- Brittney Brimmage's Journal Entry
- Mizzou Baseball Player & Pitcher of the Week - March 22
- Mizzou Wrestling Live Blog (Day 2)