Missouri dropped its third-straight game as Texas A&M defeated MU 15-0 on Saturday in College Station, Texas. The loss is the third-straight defeat for the Tigers and is the first time they have been shutout this season.
With the victory, Texas A&M clinches the series win and has won 14-consecutive Big 12 Conference games.
After not scoring in the first inning, the Aggies put runs on the board in each of the next seven innings. They built a 4-0 lead after four innings with all four runs coming off of home runs. Luke Anders hit a pair of homers, one to lead off the second inning and one to lead off the fourth. In between Anders’ two home runs, Dane Carter connected on a two-run shot in the third inning.
The Aggies added three runs in the bottom of the fifth with RBI singles from Blake Stouffer and Jose Duran and a sacrifice fly from Darby Brown. They scored once in the sixth and then put up four in the seventh and three in the eighth inning.
Missouri had just three hits on the afternoon, one being a two-out single from junior Ryan Lollis in the third, another a double from junior Kyle Mach with two outs in the fifth and the third a single by junior Steve Gray in the seventh.
story courtesy of mutigers.com