Mizzou 5, Alcorn State 0



March 11, 2014

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Mizzou vs Alcorn State Game Notes March 11, 2014

•Senior leftfielder Eric Anderson extended his hitting streak to a team long seven games with a first inning single.

•Senior infielder Shane Segovia and Anderson both hit their first career home run, a first inning two run shot for Segovia and a fourth inning solo shot for Anderson.

•Sophomore infielder Zach Lavy hit his first career extra base hit of the season, an RBI triple, the Tigers second triple of the season.

•Sophomore pitcher Griff Goodrich entered the game with four strikeouts in 7.1 innings on the season, after 3 innings Goodrich had four strikeouts versus Alcorn State. His seven total strikeouts on the day are a new career high.

•After pitching for a career high 5.1 innings in his last start Goodrich upped that high to 6 innings today.

•Goodrich finished with a line of six innings pitched allowing three earned runs on nine hits and two walks while striking out a career high seven. He pitched first pitch strikes to 23 of the 28 batters he faced.

•After scoring two runs in the first inning the Tigers have now scored runs in the first inning in four of their last five games, four victories, and six games on the season.

•Freshman catcher Jack Klages earned his first career RBI on a fifth inning single that knocked Alcorn State Colton Laid out of the game.

•Eight of the Tigers starting nine batters reached base safely. Senior infielder Kendall Keeeton led the way with four hits. Redshirt freshman outfielder Sean Ullrich also reached base three times on two walks and one hit.

•Keaton Steele reached base for the second time this season with his first hit of the season in the 3rd inning and followed that up with a double in the sixth inning. That double was the first extra base hit for Steele since his game winning home run versus Kentucky on May 17th last year. Steele finished the day 3 for 5 with an RBI.

•Missouri scored double digits for the second time this season, the first being a 15-3 win over Radford on February 21st.

•The Tigers are now .500 with a 7-7 record, meaning every team in the Southeastern Conference is at .500 or above.



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