- Southeast Missouri (17-23) fell to Missouri (26-18), 14-3, 9-1, in a pair of shortened games Tuesday.
In game one, SEMO took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning on a two-out single by Claudia Gallo
. Gallo's hit to center drove in both Rachel Anderson
and Addison Barnouski
. Barnouski singled and Anderson walked to get on base earlier in the frame.
Mizzou responded with 10 unanswered runs after that.
The Tigers tied things up during their at-bat in the second inning.
Then, after tacking on two runs in the third, Mizzou erupted for 10 more over the final two frames.
With one out and the bases loaded in the bottom of the fourth inning, the Tigers scored six runs. Five of those were unearned as the Tigers took advantage of two SEMO errors. Cayla Kessinger's single stretched Mizzou's lead to 10-2.
The Redhawks managed to get another run in the top of the fifth when pinch-runner Brittany Stevens
touched home on Barnouski's grounder to third.
Mizzou again loaded the bases in the fifth inning with a walk and two infield hits. Braxton Burnside followed with a grand slam over the center field wall to end the game.
Burnside went 4-for-4 with three runs scored, a home run and five RBIs to lead the Tigers out of the cleanup spot.
Danielle Baumgartner (5-5) picked up the win, striking out three and giving up four hits in four innings.
(10-7) took the loss. Krumrey gave up seven hits and five runs, and walked one in 3.1 innings. Mackenzie Hoelting
relieved Krumrey and gave up six runs on nine hits the rest of the way.
went 2-for-2 to lead SEMO at the top of the order.
Mizzou had multiple runners on base in five of its six at-bats to key its 9-1 win in the nightcap. The Tigers put up three runs in both the first and fourth innings, and never looked back. Mizzou pushed across its last run of the game in the bottom of the sixth.
Anderson's two-out single gave the Redhawks their only run in the third inning.
led SEMO with two hits.
Cheyenne Baxter (13-5) was credited with the win. Baxter scattered five hits and struck out four in four innings.
(5-8) suffered the loss. Estes gave up 13 hits and eight runs in 3.1 innings.
Mizzou outhit SEMO, 30-9, for the doubleheader.
The Redhawks return to Cape Girardeau to host Morehead State (Apr. 22) and Eastern Kentucky (Apr. 23) this weekend.