Freshman Trevor Coleman
Feb. 17, 2007
SURPRISE, Ariz.-- - Mizzou is 2-0 at the Coca-Cola Classic in Surprise, Ariz. after a 10-3 win over Gonzaga on Saturday. Sophomore Aaron Crow picked up the win for the Tigers, as he did not allow an earned run on just two hits in seven innings of work.
The two hits are the fewest Crow has allowed in his 15 starts at Mizzou. He struck out four, walked one and retired the side in order in four of his seven innings on the mound.
Freshman catcher Trevor Coleman recoded his first collegiate hit in the fourth inning and added two more hits in the game as the Tigers improved to 5-1 on the year.
Coleman picked up the first hit of his Tiger career, with a two-out double in the top of the fourth to drive in Mizzou's third run of the inning. He picked up two more RBI with his second double of the game coming in the top of the sixth.
Coleman added a single to lead off the eighth inning to finish the day 3-for-4 with two doubles, three RBI and a pair of runs scored.
Sophomore Ryan Lollis and junior Jacob Priday had back-to-back RBI singles in the fourth to get the first runs on the board for the Tigers. They both added hits and scored in the sixth, as the Tigers scored four runs on six hits in the sixth inning.
Lollis' run in the sixth scored on a botched pickoff attempt, as the ball ended up down the right field line allowing Lollis to score all the way from first base. He added a two-run single in eighth, finishing 3-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored.
The Coca-Cola Classic concludes on Sunday as Missouri will take on Oregon State at 9:45 a.m. MT (10:45 a.m. CT) in Surprise.
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