Tigers and Panthers will meet for first time since 2006.
Camp will run from Dec. 26-30 and will feature tutelage from the Tiger coaching staff.
Mizzou and EMU will play two seven-inning games at 1 p.m. Wednesday
Fourth-seeded Tigers will open with top-seeded Wildcats on ESPNU at 10 p.m.
The two teams will meet for the 15th time in the last three seasons.
Missouri Baseball vs. Mississippi State
Missouri vs. Truman State
Missouri Baseball vs. Ball State - March 2, 2012
Entering his sixth season as part of the Missouri staff and 11th overall in the program, Dan Pietroburgo will once again serve as the Volunteer Assistant this season.
After spending five years as a catcher in the Tiger program (2004-2008), Pietroburgo joined the coaching staff in 2009. While completing his Master's Degree in Business Administration from Mizzou, Pietroburgo served as the Graduate Manager for the 2009 and 2010 campaigns. Upon completion of this degree he has served as the Volunteer Assistant for the last two seasons.
As the Volunteer Assistant, Pietroburgo holds the role of the Tigers hitting coach while also overseeing the catchers. In addition, during the summer of 2011 he was the Auxiliary Coach for the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team under Tigers head coach Tim Jamieson, who acted as the Manager for the National squad.
During Pietroburgo's playing career, he played in 104 games, including 53 starts. He is the only player in the history of the Mizzou baseball program to be a part of five NCAA Regional teams. Most notably he was a member of the 2006 NCAA Malibu Regional Championship team, the 2007 team which hosted the NCAA Columbia Regional, and the 2008 team which at one point was ranked as high as #2 nationally. In 2008, he was selected as one of two team captains along with fellow senior Jacob Priday. During his career as a catcher Pietroburgo had the opportunity to catch three Tiger first round draft picks in Max Scherzer ('06), Aaron Crow ('08,'09), and Kyle Gibson ('09).
Pietroburgo was a three-time Academic All-Big 12 First Team Selection during his playing career. In 2008, he was honored as the Big 12 Medal Winner. He also served on Mizzou's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for four years.
A native of Belleville, Ill., he was an all-conference and all-area selection twice for Belleville West High School. He and his wife, Andrea, as well as his mother, father, and sister are all graduates of Mizzou. In addition, his father played baseball at Mizzou from 1976-1978 and was the Big 8 Tournament Most Outstanding Player in 1978.
Former Mizzou Standout Ryan Lollis Called Up...
Former Mizzou baseball standout Ryan Lollis was called up to Major League Baseball’s San...
Howard, Houck Continue to Shine for Team USA
As the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team (CNT) wrapped up its series against Chinese Taipei...
Mizzou’s Houck Earns Third Freshman All-A...
Mizzou freshman righty Tanner Houck (Collinsville, Ill.) earned his third Freshman All-America...
Mizzou’s Howard, Houck Key in Team USA&rs...
With their Mizzou coaches on hand, baseball standouts Ryan Howard (St. Charles, Mo.) and Tanner...
Mizzou Baseball Adds Jerry Zulli as Assistant...
Mizzou head baseball coach Tim Jamieson has announced that Jerry Zulli, one of college baseball...
Tanner Houck Named Baseball America Freshman...
Mizzou freshman righty Tanner Houck (Collinsville, Ill.) was named to the Baseball America...
Howard, Houck Invited to USA Baseball...
Mizzou baseball standouts Ryan Howard (St. Charles, Mo.) and Tanner Houck (Collinsville, Ill.)...
Word on the Tweet: #MizzouMade Scherzer Tosses ...
It has been quite a week for #MizzouMade hurler Max Scherzer, the ace of Major League Baseball's ...
Official StoreOfficial Online
AUCTIONSOfficial Mobile APP