Kimberly Wert recorded two RBIs in the Tigers’ win over Ole Miss.
This weekend wraps up 6,196 miles of travel for the Tigers before their official start of the 2021 season.
On Tuesday, the pair gave an impassioned joint press conference expressing their dismay with the NCAA’s decision on Missouri’s appeal.
The Fight Hunger Charity Game raised around $1,000 for people in need.
Missouri finished 32-22 in the regular season, before losing to UCLA in the Los Angeles Regional.
Football, softball and baseball were the main affected sports, but the entire athletic department was impacted by the sanctions.
With the SEC Tournament loss, Missouri will await its postseason fate as the Selection Show airs Sunday night.
South Carolina avoided the sweep after Missouri took the first two games.
Sophomore Brooke Wilmes recorded four hits in the game.
The win was the Tigers’ first walkoff win since March 17 against then-No. 8 Georgia.
The Kangaroos made five errors on the evening.
Mississippi State scored 15 combined runs in the fourth inning during the series.
Both Tiger starters went six innings and settled in after rough first innings.
Wert followed coach Larissa Anderson to Missouri after playing under her at Hofstra, and together they’re working to change MU softball.
Madi Norman and Cassie Gasper combined for eight strikeouts.
Cassie Gasper pitched the third complete game of her career in the five-inning victory.
Junior Eli Daniel picked up her sixth save, which ranks first among SEC pitchers.
Junior Eli Daniel earned her fifth save of the season on Sunday.
MU leads the all-time series 10-3.
Madi Norman led the Tigers to an 8-0 victory over Oregon with a five inning no-hitter.