Found June 17, 2014 on Fox Sports Midwest:
ST. LOUIS -- Mizzou's men's baseball squad filled a legitimate need Tuesday, as former Hawaii point guard Keith Shamburger signed on to join the Tigers as a graduate student next season. Shamburger led the Big West inassists last season and adds veteran depth to the Tigers' roster with his immediate eligibility for next season. "Keith is going to be a great addition to our program," Anderson said. "He gives us some poise and experience in the backcourt and has been one of the top assist guys on his team each of his three years at the college level. He led the Big West in assists last year and will help give us depth, along with Wes Clark, at that position. Obviously we needed some depth at the point and now with Wes and Keith, we feel like we have two talented guys at that all-important spot and they could even be on the floor at the same time." Shamburger started off his career at San Jose State and was the starting point guard for the Spartans in 2...
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