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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | May 7, 2016

Mizzou's Fagan steals home twice in win over South Carolina

Mizzou's Sami Fagan showed off her wits and speed as the redshirt senior stole home not once, but twice in the No. 14 Tigers' 5-2 win over South Carolina on Friday afternoon.

Both steals proved to be crucial as Fagan's first tied the game at two apiece in the bottom of the first and the second would become the final run produced in the outing.

Check out the cunning moves by Fagan:

Fagan sneaking across home plate weren't the only steals of the night as teammate Taylor Gadbois recorded her 50th stolen base of the year.

Opposing defenses should probably watch out for Mizzou runners in the future.

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