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.
Each Arkansas hitter in the starting lineup collected at least two hits while Connor Noland shut the No. 2 Cardinal down Saturday.
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.
Arkansas did not record more than one hit in any inning Wednesday against Alabama, falling 4-3 in the second round of the SEC Tournament.
The Razorbacks surrendered at least five runs in three different innings Saturday, dropping the series and a chance at the division title.
Six Alabama runs in the fifth inning proved to be too much for Arkansas to overcome Friday night, as the Crimson Tide won 8-6.
Arkansas scored all seven of its runs with two outs Thursday night, taking the series opener from the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Enrique Bradfield Jr.'s three-run bomb in the 10th inning sunk the Razorbacks' hopes of a comeback victory Friday night.
Home runs and lockdown relief pitching carried the Razorbacks to a 4-3 victory in the series finale against Ole Miss.
The Razorbacks nearly vaulted themselves into the lead following a 9-1 deficit Sunday, but they fell 11-10 to Texas A&M in the series finale.