The Tigers are 4-2 in their last six SEC games.
Tommy Springer started and threw four solid innings for the Tigers on the mound.
Art Joven threw 6 ⅔ innings and allowed two runs in the series-deciding game.
The Tigers of Columbia outscored the Tigers of Baton Rouge 26-21 in the series.
The sophomore stopped the bleeding in a rough game for the Missouri pitching staff, pitching five innings and allowing no runs.
The junior left-hander struck out 10 in seven innings of work.
Missouri failed to plate a run after the sixth inning.
Kameron Misner and Austin James homered as the Tigers defeated the Cougars.
The Tigers of Columbia have gone 4-1 in their last five games.
Junior Peter Zimmermann led the way Sunday afternoon with a home run and 3 RBIs for the Tigers.
The third baseman continued his hot hitting with a game-winning liner in the ninth.
Missouri was limited to only six hits in the game.
Austin James had three hits as Mizzou downed the Wildcats.
The Tigers stranded 14 runners on base, including leaving the bases loaded three times.
The Tigers took home three wins over ranked opponents during the stretch.
The Tigers scored 12 runs in the first four innings against the Racers.
The Tiger offense finally broke out against Murray State after struggling against Arkansas.
Joven retired 18 consecutive batters in a dominant performance on Tuesday night.
The Tigers came crashing down in their first SEC series after a successful homestand.
Misner’s drawn a team-leading 20 walks this season, the ninth-highest mark in the nation.