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Southern Miss Athletics Press Release
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Bradley Roney
provided all the offense Southern Miss needed Sunday afternoon and then got the
final four outs on the mound to lead the Golden Eagles over Missouri, 2-1, at
The Golden Eagles (7-9) snapped a three-game losing
streak, while Missouri fell to 6-7 on the year.
For the second time this season, Southern Miss starter
Cameron Giannini stymied the Tigers on the mound. Giannini limited Mizzou to an
unearned run on four hits and two walks with four strikeouts over 7 2/3 innings
to get the victory.
Roney then came in and got the final four outs – with
three strikeouts – to get his fifth save of the year and 23rd of his career to
move into a third-place tie on the school's career chart for that category with
Tyler Conn (2007-08).
The Golden Eagles took their first lead of the weekend
in the top of the fourth. Dylan Burdeaux started the frame with a single up the
middle. After a flyout, Roney hit a 3-1 Eric Anderson over the wall just inside
the leftfield line to give the visitors a 2-0 advantage. Roney finished the
game offensively with three of the visitors' six hits.
Anderson (0-2) lasted just four innings for the Tigers
as he allowed two runs on four hits and four strikeouts to suffer the loss.
Southern Miss had a chance to increase their lead in
the fifth when Breck Kline and Nick Dawson each reached on fielding errors.
After a sacrifice bunt by Connor Barron, Mason Robbins and Burdeaux each hit
flyouts to end the frame. The Golden Eagles left eight runners on base in the
The Tigers finally got their offense going in the
eighth to tally their lone run. With the bases loaded and two outs, Giannini
got a ground ball to short which was bobbled by Kline and allowed Jake Ivory to
score from third, who reached earlier in the inning on a fielder's choice.
Roney then came in and fanned Kendall Keeton looking to end the only threat for
the Tigers in the contest.
Roney hit a batter to start the ninth, but got a
strikeout and a caught stealing before allowing a walk. He then fanned pinch
hitter Keaton Steele to end the contest.
The Golden Eagles return to action Tuesday when they
entertain New Orleans in a 6 p.m., contest at Pete Taylor Park/Hill Denson
2362 U.S. Hwy 11
Moselle, MS 39459
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