The Razorbacks season came to an end Thursday afternoon at the hands of Rebel ace Dylan DeLucia, who threw a complete game shutout.
Three solid performances from Arkansas left-handed pitchers kept the Hogs' season alive, as they defeated Ole Miss 3-2 Wednesday.
Timely hitting and a Will McEntire quality start turned into an 11-1 victory over the Auburn Tigers in an elimination game.
Arkansas could not contain the streaking Rebels, as Ole Miss exploded for 13 runs in the second game of the College World Series.
Hogs took two of three games over Rebels in late April when Arkansas outscored them, 12-10.
Each Arkansas hitter in the starting lineup collected at least two hits while Connor Noland shut the No. 2 Cardinal down Saturday.
Arkansas rallied in the ninth inning to defeat the North Carolina Tar Heels and clinch a spot in the College World Series.
A Connor Noland quality start and station-to-station offense helped the Razorbacks beat No. 10 North Carolina on Saturday.
Two-out hitting and lockdown pitching lifted the Razorbacks to a 7-3 victory over No. 7 Oklahoma State and a spot in the super regional round.
Seven runs in the last two innings led Oklahoma State to a 14-10 win over Arkansas, extending the Stillwater Regional for another day.
The Hogs swatted seven home runs Saturday night and hung 15 runs on Oklahoma State in the last three innings to advance to the regional final.