Missouri softball delivered an incredible upset of Alabama in the SEC Tournament on Thursday.

Mizzou started 5-9 in SEC play, but has become one of the hottest teams around. The Tigers secured a 3-0 victory on Thursday to give Alabama its first loss in a first game at the conference tournament since 1999. It’s the second straight semifinal appearance for Mizzou, which will play Tennessee on Friday.

In the SEC Tournament, it’s only the second shutout of Alabama in the history of the event, and the last one came in 2004.

Lauren Krings was the star for the Tigers, as she delivered in the circle with a complete game shutout as she allowed 5 hits and 3 strikeouts in the victory. Jenna Laird contributed a 2-for-4 day at the plate with a run scored, including a double.

Brooke Wilmes added a 1-for-3 performance at the plate with a run scored in the quarterfinal win.

The ending was somewhat dramatic as the second out of the seventh inning came as Kendyll Bailey bumped into the field umpire, but still made the catch in foul territory behind first base. The third out was overturned after a video review an infield ground ball.