• Aaron Senne leads all batters in Big 12-only games, with a .460 batting average and slugging average of .823
■ Senne's home run leads Missouri baseball to victory (Columbia Missourian)
The Missouri baseball team has figured out how to win on Sundays. Now, the Tigers have to figure out how to win the other games.■ Baseball wins two of three against Missouri (Oklahoma Daily)
“What’s disappointing is the maturity of the whole program,” Golloway said. “We didn’t win a Big 12 title last year because we couldn’t finish people off. And now Nebraska, Missouri – we’re going to be guilty of the same things. We can’t finish people off, and it’s going to come back and it’s going to haunt us■ Tigers take one (Norman Transcript)
If there was one player in Missouri’s lineup OU didn’t want to mess with, it was first baseman Aaron Senne. The senior is the Big 12’s best hitter by any measuring stick and had already torched the Sooners for seven hits in 14 trips to the plate in the series.
Sooner reliever Michael Rocha had Senne down 0-2 with two outs in the eighth inning. The hope was Senne would get himself out by swinging at pitches outside of the strike zone. Golloway said the next pitch was supposed to be a slider in the dirt. Rocha, a junior, left it in the strike zone and Senne ripped it over the right-field wall.