Baseball. No. 14 Mizzou Drops Series Opener at No. 8 Vanderbilt
No. 14 Mizzou baseball dropped its series-opener with No. 8 Vanderbilt, 9-2, on Friday night (April 24) at Hawkins Field. Junior righty Reggie McClain (Duluth, Ga.) was tagged for eight runs on nine hits in his shortest outing of the season (2.2 innings). Mizzou put runners on base in the first six innings against Vanderbilt's Carson Fulmer, but couldn't get a clutch hit. Fulmer earned the win, his eighth of the season, after allowing just three hits over 7.0 shutout innings, striking out 11 and walking four.
Mizzou rewards Pinkel with new contract
Football coach's salary climbs to $4.02 million through 2021.
No. 23 Missouri baseball loses series opener to No. 9 Vanderbilt 9-2
Pinkel gets extension, raise to $4.02 million
Missouri’s Gary Pinkel is getting a raise that places him in the top half of the Southeastern Conference’s list of highest-paid football coaches.
Baseball. Saturday's Mizzou-Vanderbilt Baseball Game Moved to Noon
Mizzou baseball has moved game two of its series at Vanderbilt to a noon (CT) start at Hawkins Field due to a poor weather forecast on Saturday (April 25). The game was originally scheduled for a 1:30 p.m. first pitch. The time change will not alter the television plans as the game will still air live on SEC Network+.
Football. Mizzou, Pinkel Agree to New Contract Terms
The amended contract will keep Gary Pinkel on the Mizzou sideline through Dec. 31, 2021. Already the winningest coach in Mizzou history with 113 wins in 14 seasons, Pinkel will see an increase in his guaranteed salary to $4,020,000 per year.
Softball. No. 15 Mizzou Softball Set to Host No. 3 LSU in SEC Clash
No. 15 Mizzou Softball hosts LSU in Southeastern Conference action this weekend. The heavyweight three-game series from April 25-27 begins Saturday at 2:00 p.m. CT. The first two games of the series on Saturday and Sunday will be streamed on SEC Network + and Monday night's finale will be featured live on SEC Network.
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Report: Strong, Taylor reaffirm commitments to MU
Hinds, Miss., Community College players Natereace Strong and Greg Taylor have confirmed their commitments to Missouri’s recruiting class of 2016, according to PowerMizzou.com.