Mizzou 1, #9 Vanderbilt 3



May 4, 2014

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Postgame Notes

Keaton Steele made his first start of the season on the mound.

Steele threw 79 of his 113 total pitches for strikes. The junior hurler settled down and found his groove, retiring 10 of 11 batters from the third to the sixth inning.

Sunday was the longest outing of Steele's career as he threw a complete game, the most since his 7.1 innings of work at Georgia on April 7, 2013. The last time a Mizzou pitcher tossed a complete game was Eric Anderson in an April 6th win over Georgia.

Steele's seven strikeouts tied his season-high.

Dillon Everett drew a bases loaded walk in the bottom of the fourth, grabbing his 20th RBI of 2014.

The walk extended Everett's on base streak to 11 games, which is the longest active streak on the team.

Dylan Kelly continued to have Vanderbilt's number. With a 5-for-11 performance this weekend, Kelly is now batting .400 all time against the Commodores.

The Tiger pitchers only walked two batters all weekend and walked just one on Sunday. Mizzou's hurlers entered the weekend ranking in the top 20 nationally in walks per nine innings and strikeout-to-walk ratio.

Mizzou is now 0-6 all time against Vanderbilt

Assistant coach Kerrick Jackson was ejected before the top of the fourth inning.

Senior 2B Shane Segovia smacked his team-leading 12th double in the bottom of the seventh.



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