Braxton Burnside hit the second of her two homers in the top of the 10th inning, sending Arkansas to a 7-5 win over South Carolina.
Arkansas was off to a hot start on Saturday in Barnhill Arena, jumping to an early 1-0 lead before Tennessee roared back to get the win.
The No. 1 Hogs scored two in the top of the first and never looked back, beating Louisiana Tech, 8-1, to clinch the series win Saturday.
Scoring 22 pointsenabled Arkansas to finish in a tie for seventh place in team scoring at the NCAA Indoor Championships.
No. 1 Arkansas’ flair for the dramatic made another appearance with a come-from-behind 9-7 win against Louisiana Tech in 10 innings.
Arkansas produced a pair of sixth place efforts on the second day of the NCAA Indoor Championships with three advancing to Saturday's finals.
Scoring opportunities resulted in nine more points for Hogs on the second day of the NCAA Indoor Championships and eight finals qualifiers.
JD Notae has his best game at Arkansas, scoring 27 points, but none was bigger than his desperation bank shot in the lane with 1:19 left.
Arkansas hit two home runs, and pitcher Mary Haff struck out 10 in a 4-1 victory over South Carolina, adding to record 17 straight wins.
The Hogs' tennis team dropped a 4-0 decision at South Carolina on Friday, the second of the spring, will travel to Florida for Sunday match.
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