May 17, 2014
- Mizzou now leads the all-time series 28-23-1
- Steele's walk in the first inning to Joe Serrano was his first unintentional walk allowed in his last 14.1 innings, his first since walking Dansby Swanson of Vanderbilt.
- Steele had first-pitch strikes to five consecutive batters through the first and second innings.
- Everett's stolen base in the fourth inning was his fourth successful steal in five attempts.
- Anderson's two-RBI double in the fourth gave him 21 RBI on the season.
- Kelly's double in the sixth inning extends his hitting streak to a personal-best 11 games. It also made him the sole leader in doubles on the team with 13.
- Keaton Steele's 132 pitches marked a career high.
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