COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The Missouri Tigers managed just seven runs in three games and dropped all of them to Texas A&M over the weekend.
On Friday, the Tigers dropped a 2-1 decision to the Aggies.
Rob Zastryzny kept Missouri in the game with his pitching, but the Tigers' offense didn't do its part in the 2-1.
Zastryzny (2-9) threw a complete game, allowing two runs on seven hits while striking out seven.
But three straight hits in the fourth inning turned into two runs for Texas A&M, and that was enough to win.
The Tigers got their only run in the first when Logan Pearson scored on a wild pitch.
Missouri had just hits as Daniel Mengden struck out 10 in eight innings for the Aggies.
On Saturday, Texas A&M scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth to rally for a 6-5 victory.
None of the Aggies' runs in the victory were earned, as the Tigers committed five errors.
Keaton Steele (4-3) took the loss in relief of Brett Graves. Graves worked the first 62â„3 innings, giving up three runs on seven hits while striking out four. Steele then allowed three runs on two hits while striking out two in two innings.
Josh Lester had a three-run home run for the Tigers, while Shane Segovia had two hits and two RBI. Steele and Case Munson chipped in with a pair of hits each.
In Sunday's series finale, the Aggies captured a 4-1 victory.
Eric Anderson (0-2), the first of five pitchers for Missouri, took the loss. He gave up two earned runs on six hits and two walks in 42â„3 innings.
Dylan Kelly had one hit and one RBI for the Tigers and Dane Opel had a pair of hits.
Texas A&M improved to 26-22 overall and 10-13 in the Southeastern Conference, while Missouri dropped to 15-28 and 7-17.
The Tigers return to action with a series Friday through Sunday at Alabama.