WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
LATE FRIDAY RESULTS
Northeast 76, State Fair 63
Brooke Bauer scored a game-high 24 points for the Hawks in a 76-63 win over State Fair to end the Lady Roadrunner’s season.
Zhanesha Dickerson led SFCC with 19 points and Alexis Cowan had 14.
Francesca Minali had 17 points, six rebounds and four blocks off the bench for Northeast.
Central Missouri 8, Pittsburg State 0
A first-inning Derek Cornell grand slam buried Pittsburg State as Ethan Westphal pitched seven scoreless innings for the Mules Saturday in an 8-0 win.
Westphal picked up his second win of the season allowing two hits, one walk and striking out four.
Dylan Farrell homered in the seventh to put the Mules up 8-0.
PSU starter Brandon Martinkus earned the loss allowing five earned runs in four innings.
Central Missouri 12, Pittsburg State 1 (7)
The Mules scored 12 runs on 11 hits Sunday in a seven-inning victory over Pittsburg State to complete a three-game sweep.
UCM starter Carlos D’Armas (1-1) struck out four in six innings to pick up his first win.
Jake Alexander picked up three RBIs as designated hitter. Shortstop Jackson Schurbusch hit a 3-run homer to put Central Missouri (6-6, 5-1 MIAA) ahead 11-1 in the fourth.
University of Chicago at Illinois 4, Missouri 2
The UIC Flames sunk Missouri with a 3-run third Saturday in a 4-2 victory in game one of a double-header in Columbia.
Mizzou scored in the first on a Shane Benes RBI single.
Tanner Houck (2-1) earned his first loss allowing four runs in seven innings. Houck collected four strikeouts in the loss.
Missouri 10, UIC 5
After allowing two in the first, the Tigers roared back with five runs in the bottom of the inning en route to a 10-5 victory over the Flames.
Four singles, a walk and a flyout put Missouri up 5-2 after one inning of play.
Austin Tribble earned a win allowing five runs in 5.2 innings. Cole Bartlett picked up a save after 3.1 scoreless innings.
Missouri 13, UIC 5
The Missouri Tigers (11-3) wore the UIC pitching staff thin and scored seven runs in the final two innings to win 13-5 and take the series over the Flames three games to four.
Brett Bond was 2-3 with three RBIs and two walks. Trey Harris, Zach Lavy and Jake Ring had two RBIs apiece.
Michael Plassmeyer earned his first win allowing four runs in six innings.
Central Missouri 9, Nebraska-Kearney 4
Ali Jo Rodgers led off with a homer and collected five RBIs Saturday in a 9-4 UCM victory over Nebraska-Kearney.
Emily Robinson (5-3) allowed four runs on seven hits and five walks.
Alex Leonhart was 2-for-3 with a walk and three RBIs as designated hitter.
Central Missouri 6, Nebraska-Kearney 1
Jordan Johnson allowed one run in the late innings of a 6-1 win over the Lopers to pick up her fourth win of the season.
Central Missouri (10-9, 3-1 MIAA) scored three runs in the second to pull away from Nebraska-Kearney in game two of a Saturday double-header.
Ali Jo Rogers was 2-for-2 with a double, two RBIs and was hit by two pitches.
Missouri 8, Arizona State 0
Danielle Baumgartner struck out five in seven scoreless innings Saturday in a 8-0 Missouri victory over Arizona State.
The Tigers scored one in each of the first three innings before a Rylee Pierce 3-RBI double blew the game open 6-0.
Mizzou added runs in the sixth and seventh innings.
Missouri 10, Baylor 4
A 5-run fourth inning swung the lead, and the game back in Missouri’s favor in a 10-6 win over Baylor on Saturday.
Paige Bange tied the game at 2 with a solo homer in the fourth. Amanda Sanchez doubled to give the Tigers a 3-2 lead, and Mizzou (13-3) drew two bases-loaded walks and singled to lead 6-2 before the inning ended.
Paige Lowary (7-2) earned the win allowing four runs in five innings.
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