LSU softball saves best for last at Missouri
The LSU Tiger softball team saved their best for last in their three game series against Missouri winning the finale 9-0 in a run rule shortened five inning game on Monday night.
LSU (42-9, 14-7 SEC) rode two big innings and the pitching of Carley Hoover to their lone win in the series against the host Tigers and will now return to Baton Rouge for a Wednesday night game against Southeastern Louisiana at Tiger Park.
A day after being run ruled by Missouri, the visiting Tigers pounded out nine hits in their game on Monday night, more than their first two games combined.
Their nine runs in five innings also more than doubled their scoring over the course of their first two losses.
Sandra Simmons and Bianka Bell blasted home runs to lead the LSU offense.
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