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No. 6 Razorbacks declare run-rule win over Mavericks


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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – No. 6 Arkansas (21-4) scored in every of the primary 4 innings, together with a seven-run third inning, and blasted its well beyond Omaha (7-11), 16-3, in a run-rule win on Tuesday night time at Baum-Walker Stadium.

Tuesday’s win was the Hogs’ fifteenth consecutive at Baum-Walker Stadium, Arkansas’ longest dwelling profitable streak beneath head coach Dave Van Horn. Arkansas, now 18-1 at dwelling this season, is one win shy of matching their longest dwelling profitable streak since 1997 (16).

The Razorback offense scored 16 runs on 14 hits and 9 walks, powered by multi-hit nights from Tavian Josenberger (2-for-3, 3 RBI, 2 BB), Kendall Diggs (3-for-3, 2 RBI, 1 BB) and Jace Bohrofen (2-for-3, 3 RBI). Josenberger’s third-inning homer, his fourth of the season, prolonged Arkansas’ streak of consecutive video games with not less than one dwelling run to 21.

Arkansas scored 5 runs within the second inning and opened a 6-2 lead, aided by 4 consecutive walks and a hit-by-pitch. The Hogs did much more harm within the third, scoring seven on six hits, three walks and an error to push the result in 13-3.

Jared Wegner (1-for-3, 2 RBI), Peyton Stovall (1-for-4, 2 RBI) and John Bolton (1-for-2, 2 RBI) every had a number of RBI within the Razorbacks’ win on Tuesday night time. Wegner, who has performed in all 25 video games this season, is now slashing .382/.513/.831 with a team-leading 11 dwelling runs and a team-high 40 runs batted in on the 12 months.

It was greater than sufficient for the Razorback pitching employees, which didn’t enable a success after the third inning. True freshman Ben Bybee (2.0, 1 SO) began and allowed three runs on three hits and three walks earlier than giving technique to fellow true freshman Gage Wooden, who struck out three in his two scoreless innings of labor.

Razorback infielder Ben McLaughlin, nonetheless, was the story of the night time on the mound. The Golden Colo., native made his pitching debut in reduction of Wooden and was implausible, hanging out a pair of Omaha batters in his 1-2-3 scoreless inning.

Freshmen Christian Foutch (1.0 IP) and Parker Coil (1.0 IP, 1 SO) locked down the ultimate two innings to safe the Razorbacks’ 16-3 run-rule win.

Arkansas will gear up for its third weekend of SEC play, welcoming in Western Division foe Alabama for a 3 video games at Baum-Walker Stadium. First pitch between the Hogs and Crimson Tide is 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 31, on SEC Community+.

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