The Tigers finished the 2017 season with a 36-23 record.
The loss likely ends the Tigers’ 2017 season.
The Tigers will have another chance to advance Thursday against South Carolina.
The Tigers advance to face No. 2 LSU on Wednesday.
The Tigers have now won six straight games.
The Tigers put together a pair of wins on Saturday and Sunday to get their first series win in over a month.
The team lost two of three to Vanderbilt and is now 9-15 in SEC play.
Andy Toelken led the charge with a strong performance.
The Tigers were outscored 18-2 over the two games.
The Tigers couldn’t contain Missouri State and were unable to get the offense going in their third consecutive loss.
Good pitching and clutch hitting were not enough as the Tigers succumbed to another series loss in SEC play.
The junior outfielder slugged five home runs last week.
The freshman from Poplar Bluff, Missouri, is relishing the opportunity to play for his home-state school.
The Tigers battled hard on Easter weekend, but offensive and defensive inconsistencies led to a series loss.
The Tigers showcased college baseball at its best with a win at SunTrust Park in Atlanta.
Left-handed pitcher TJ Sikkema was the only freshman named to the team.
Illinois’ powerful offense proved too much for the Tigers to handle as Mizzou took its sixth consecutive loss.
The loss to coach Steve Bieser’s former team is Missouri’s third in four games.
The Tigers had their nation-leading 20-game winning streak snapped on Friday and lost again Sunday.
The Tigers, now in sole possession of the nation’s longest winning streak, powered past Arkansas-Little Rock 11-8.