STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) -- Brock Bond and Jacob Priday had two RBIs each to help lead Missouri to a 9-6 victory over Oklahoma State in Big 12 Conference baseball.
Priday's win snapped a seven-game winning streak for the Cowboys (38-14, 16-9 Big 12), who committed four errors in the game.
The Tigers (37-14, 17-8) jumped out to a quick lead when Evan Frey homered in the first inning. Bond scored later in the frame on an error, giving the Tigers a 2-0 advantage.
OSU tied the game in the bottom of the third on Corey Brown's two-run single, but the Tigers gained the upper hand. A home run by John McKee in the fourth, two runs in the fifth on Aaron Senne's homer and a score by Bond extended the lead to 4-2.
After OSU scored a run in the fifth, a run-scoring single by Priday in the sixth extended the lead to 5-3. Then McKee led a seventh inning spurt that included a score by McKee and a two-run double by Bond.
The Cowboys, down 8-3 in the eighth, rallied on RBIs by Donnie Webb and Kendall Horner, but it wasn't enough.
Priday's single in the ninth inning sealed the victory.
Aaron Crow (8-2) allowed six hits and three runs in seven innings. Scooter Hicks earned his fourth save after allowing no hits or runs in 1 1-3 innings.
Jeff Breedlove (0-4) took the loss, allowing seven hits and four runs in 4 2-3 innings.