Mizzou 5, #17 Tennessee 2



March 14, 2014

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- Eric Anderson's triple in the bottom of the first was the first of his career. It's the third triple of the season for Mizzou.

- Anderson's triple put his hitting streak at nine consecutive games, leading the team.

- Graves needed only eight pitches in the second inning, throwing seven strikes.

- Anderson's single in the third makes today his fourth multi-hit game of the season.

- Brett Graves did not allow a hit against the first 12 batters he faced in the contest.

- Graves had a 30.2-inning streak without allowing an extra base hit snapped by Christin Stewart's RBI double.

-Dylan Kelly's double in the fourth inning extended his on-base streak to six games.

- A solo shot by Scott Price in the 7th inning was the first home run allowed by Graves this season, first since May 11, 2013 against Alabama.

- Graves went at least 7 innings for the fourth time this season, and threw first-pitch strikes to 18 of 30 batters he faced.

- Kendall Keeton's on-base streak of 15 games was snapped.

- Friday was the first time this season Mizzou has scored all of its runs after the seventh inning in a win.

- Mizzou has won 6 of its last 7 games.

- This was Mizzou's second come-from-behind victory, first since the season-opening win over Southern Miss.

- This was the first Mizzou win over a ranked opponent since April 21, 2013 over Florida.

- The 17th-ranked Vols are the highest-ranked team that Mizzou has defeated since defeating No. 5 South Carolina on March 16 last season.

- First winning record for baseball in conference play since joining the SEC



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