A penalty kick in the 51st minute made the difference as the Tigers won their second straight game.
The junior defender ended her season-long streak of 674 consecutive minutes played and missed the team’s first SEC win of the season as a precautionary measure.
Madison Lewis provided the relief of a bygone streak Sunday, then Bethany Coons provided the exclamation point with an electric strike.
The Tigers hadn’t scored since before the start of the fall semester, but they found the net twice on Sunday to break a four-game losing streak.
Juniors Anna Frick and Peyton Joseph are the sole Tigers to have played all of this season’s 5 matches, including four overtime contests.
The team declined to comment when asked to confirm if Cross is officially out for the season.
The Horned Frogs tallied the winning goal eight seconds apart from the one Northwestern scored on Thursday to also top Missouri 1-0.
The annual 'Pooch at the Pitch' game saw the Tigers in their third overtime match in four games.
Goalkeeper Kelsey Dossey made eight saves for the Tigers in a close contest against Iowa State.
Mercedes Sapp made seven saves for the Tigers in her first career start in goal.
Sarah Luebbert notched her team-leading seventh goal in the 3-1 victory as the Tigers advanced to the quarterfinals.
The Tigers’ 2-0 win over LSU secured the tenth and final seed in the tournament.
After two straight losses, Missouri will not play in the SEC tournament.
The Gamecocks blanked the Tigers 2-0.
Sarah Luebbert and Jessica Johnson combine for two goals and two assists.
The Tigers gave up an equalizer in the 86th minute before Khadija Shaw stole the game in overtime for the Volunteers.
The Tigers were unable to overcome a slow start, falling 2-1 in Gainesville.
Despite a fiery comeback attempt in the second half against the Commodores, the Tigers suffered their third consecutive loss.
A tough non-conference schedule, offensive struggles and defensive deficiencies have plagued Mizzou’s season in the early going.
Aggies Ally Watt and Haley Pounds combined for three goals and two assists to hand the Tigers their second straight SEC loss.