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Southern Miss Athletics Press Release
– Missouri scored five times over the first two innings to jump out to an early
advantage and fend off Southern Miss, 6-4, here Saturday afternoon at Taylor
Stadium in non-conference baseball action.
The Golden Eagles (6-9) lost for the third-straight
time as they gave up three runs in the first inning and two more in the second.
The Tigers improved to 6-6 on the year.
Tim Lynch led the Golden Eagles with three hits and
Connor Barron and Mason Robbins added two each in the team's nine-hit attack.
Down 5-0, the Golden Eagles cut into the home team's
margin in the third inning.
Freshman Chuckie Robinson opened the frame by reaching
on a throwing error by Mizzou shortsop Ryan Howard. After an out and a single
by Nick Dawson, Barron drove in both runners with a double to left-centerfield.
Mason Robbins then added a sacrifice fly to cut the gap to 5-3.
Southern Miss added another tally in the sixth on a Bradley
Roney single, before the Tigers added an insurance run in the eighth on a
Mizzou, though, raced out to an early lead sending all
nine batters to the plate in the first frame. After getting a groundout to
start the bottom of the frame, Southern Miss starter A.J. Glasshof (1-1) then
issued three consecutive walks and then followed by RBI singles from Dylan
Kelly and Dillon Everett. Jake Ivory finished the scoring after he drove in a
run by getting hit by a pitch with the bases loaded.
The Tigers added to their lead off of Glasshof with a
run-scoring single from Ryan Howard in the second and then with a bases-loaded
walk to Zach Lavy, which was issued by reliever Jake Winston.
Glasshof allowed five runs on five hits with four
walks and one strikeout and a hit batter over 1 2/3 innings to suffer the loss.
Mizzou starter John Miles improved to 2-0 as he gave
up four runs (two earned) on five hits and a walk with six strikeouts, while
Keaton Steele threw two scoreless innings down the stretch to register his
second-straight save of the series and the fourth overall this season.
The final game of the set will be played Sunday at 12
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