Mizzou won 19–4 facing Evangel University in the first game of Friday’s Mizzou’s softball double header on Friday, Oct. 28. Only four runs were allowed, all of which were scored in the first inning. In the second game facing Jefferson College, Mizzou triumphed with a 7–0 shutout.
Senior Kirsten Mack, 27, laughs while talking to first base coach Gina Schneider after hitting a single.
Junior Amanda Sanchez, 20, throws the ball to first base over redshirt sophomore pitcher Madi Norman, 22 during the first game of the double header. Mizzou went on to win the game 19-4.
Redshirt sophomore Madi Norman, 22, pitches towards the end of the first game of the double header. Through the game, Norman allowed only seven hits, one walk, and one strikeout.
Sophomore Rylee Pierce, 36, stretches at first to make the catch and out before Evangel University’s player reaches the bag.
Sophomore Rylee Pierce, 36, dives for a pop fly, just missing the pop-up to allow Jefferson College’s batter a single.
Senior Cheyenne Baxter, 13, pitches while Freshman Bradi Kooyman, 2, and Junior Amanda Sanchez, 20, get ready on defense during the second game of the night facing Jefferson College.
Freshman Braxton Burnside, 25, and sophomore Cosette Tomita, 55, race toward the ball. The ball found the gap and Jefferson College got a single on Friday, Oct. 28.
Sophomore Regan Nash, 00, scores one of the seven Missouri runs in the second game of the night. Missouri won the game with a 7-0 shutout against Jefferson College.
Junior Amanda Sanchez, 20, laughs with teammates before the first game of the day.
Sophomore Rylee Pierce, 36, drives the ball up the third base line during the teams first game facing Evangel University on Oct. 28, 2016.