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How to watch Missouri softball in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals

No. 5-seeded Missouri softball advances to the conference quarterfinals

The Tigers defeated Mississippi in their opening game of the SEC Softball Tournament and defeated the 13th-seeded Rebels 3-1 on Wednesday in Auburn, Alabama.

Mizzou starting pitcher Laurin Krings threw six innings with three hits, Taylor Pannell came in for her league-leading 13th save of the season and the Missouri offense put up three runs in a third-inning outburst to get all the production needed to steer the Tigers move on to the quarters.

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Now Missouri (41-14) advances to the No. 4-5 seed, where it will face Arkansas (36-15).

In early April, Mizzou dropped a regular-season series in Fayetteville, Arkansas, losing by three points in the series opener and the final. In Game 2 of the set, Missouri ruled Arkansas in five innings.

In their most recent series, the Razorbacks lost two of three at home against Ole Miss. With Wednesday’s win over the Rebels, Missouri has now won six of its past seven games.

The winner of Thursday’s quarterfinals will advance to face either No. 1 Tennessee or No. 8 LSU in the Final Four.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Missouri quarterfinals, including game TV information and streaming options:

How to watch Missouri softball vs. Can watch Arkansas on TV, stream in SEC Tournament

Game time: 1:00 PM CDT on Thursday, May 9 (or 35 minutes after the game ends at 10:00 AM)

Place: Jane B. Moore Field in Auburn, Alabama

TV channel: SEC Network

Current: Fubo (free trial)

All four games on Thursday at the SEC Softball Tournament will be broadcast on SEC Network. Missouri’s game can be watched on the streaming platform Fubo, which offers a free trial. Mizzou’s game against Arkansas will start at 1 p.m., or 35 minutes after the conclusion of Tennessee-LSU, the opening game of the day.

If Missouri makes it to Friday’s semifinals, you can follow the Tigers on ESPN2. The championship game will air Saturday on ESPN.

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