Missouri tennis’ Fukutoku and golf’s Yeun found success in their singular weekend play.
Amidst very 90-degree temperatures, Missouri tennis competed outdoors through singles and doubles matches last weekend.
The Tigers have yet to win against an SEC opponent.
The Tigers are still searching for their first league win.
The team has now lost three of its last four matches.
The team was handed its first home loss of the season in a 4-3 defeat of Wichita State on Friday.
The team is off to an 8-1 start.
Ismail has followed in her family’s footsteps with 154 wins in her collegiate career.
Mackenzy Middlebrooks won six straight matches to claim the singles consolation championship.
Spearman played tennis at Missouri 2013-17.
Serena Nash collected three wins in the last two days of play.
The loss marks the second consecutive year the Tigers have failed to advance.
The freshman has emerged as a star for the tearned a team-leading 17 wins over the course of her career at Mizzou.
Seniors Bea Machado Santos, Cassidy Spearman and Kadi Fauble all played their final home match Sunday.
Doubles pairing Santos and Ismail won a third straight match over ranked opponents.
No. 17 Texas A&M is the highest-ranked team that Mizzou has beaten in program history.
The Tigers have opened the season with an impressive 9-3 record.
The Tigers dropped the doubles point for just the third time this season.
Led by seniors, the Tigers carry a 9-2 record into conference competition.
The Tigers improved their doubles record to 17-6 on the season.