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Steele Dazzles in Finale Loss at No. 11 South Carolina

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Junior Keaton Steele (St. Joseph, Mo.) pitched a phenomenal game in the series finale at No. 11 South Carolina, but a double and an error in the ninth inning led to a 2-1 loss in Mizzou baseball's series finale at Carolina Stadium. Steele went 8.0 innings, allowing just seven hits, two walks and two earned runs. Joey Pankake's walk-off proved to be the deciding hit in the loss. Mizzou drops to 20-30 on the season and 6-21 in SEC play. Dylan Kelly (Roswell, Ga.) launched a solo homer in the fourth, but that was the only run of the day for the Tigers.

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