The 11-day road trip might sound like a harrowing experience, but Jamieson said it will give Missouri’s coaches a good understanding of what kind of team they truly have.■ The University Daily Kansan says the KU Infield strength bolstered by transfer:
And if the hitters have any say in the matter, they’ll make sure future opponents know that the Tigers are not the one-dimensional program they’ve appeared to be.
“Yeah, we’ve kind of been overlooked the last couple years, and we’re looking to make a name for ourselves and show everybody that it’s not just the pitching. It’s about hitting, as well,” Senne said. “Either way, it’s going to be both that take us where we want to go come June.”
Junior David Narodowski will try to fill the shoes of the great Kansas shortstops of the past. Narodowski, who is a native of Vancouver, Canada, transferred from Vernon College following an impressive effort during his sophomore season. Batting .420 to go along with eight home runs and 42 RBIs, he has coach Ritch Price particularly giddy at what he can accomplish.
■ InsideMizzou.com has posted a print version of that audio interview with Tim Jamieson