By Matthew Soderberg | Sports Writer
Baylor softball dropped to 2-1 Saturday after a 9-1 loss to Missouri. After allowing only four runs Friday, the Lady Bears allowed four home runs and eight total hits to the Tigers.
Missouri started off the scoring early with a solo homer from shortstop Jazmyn Rollin in the first, then two more solo shots from second baseman Kendyll Bailey and first baseman Emma Raabe in the second frame.
Freshman infielder/pitcher Aliyah Pritchett came then came in to replace starting senior Gia Rodoni.
Baylor got on the board with Pritchett’s first career home run in the top of the fourth, but that would be the Lady Bears’ only score of the contest.