■ Missouri State ends Missouri baseball team's winning streak (Columbia Missourian):
"It was terrible," Folgia said. “I don’t know what to tell you. Nothing seemed to go right today but hopefully we can get it out of our system before we play KU."■ PowerMizzou echoes: Tigers' win streak snapped:
Missouri used the pitcher-by-committee approach for the 16th time this season, but it didn't work. The 10 runs allowed were the most Missouri has allowed this season.
The Tigers allowed a run in seven different innings, and Jamieson was only happy with the performance of seniors Scooter Hicks and Ryan Gargano.
"We have to be better on the mound and have guys that attack the hitters more," he said. "I thought we pitched very defensively tonight."
Currently, the Tigers are in fourth place in the Big 12 heading into their series with the Kansas Jayhawks. Even with the loss, Mach says the team's confidence is at an all-time high.
"We're rolling right now and feeling good," he said. "You can't win them all, but we're on a good streak and hopefully we can keep it going on Friday.