Three solid performances from Arkansas left-handed pitchers kept the Hogs' season alive, as they defeated Ole Miss 3-2 Wednesday.
Arkansas could not contain the streaking Rebels, as Ole Miss exploded for 13 runs in the second game of the College World Series.
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.
Arkansas scored all seven of its runs with two outs Thursday night, taking the series opener from the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Arkansas mustered just two hits in a critical rubber match, falling 5-0 to Vanderbilt and losing its grip on first place in the SEC West.
Enrique Bradfield Jr.'s three-run bomb in the 10th inning sunk the Razorbacks' hopes of a comeback victory Friday night.
After trailing 5-0 in the fifth inning, the Razorbacks rallied to beat Auburn 11-8 Friday night in a critical series opener.
Kendall Diggs belted a walk-off home run Saturday night to give the Hogs a 6-3 victory and even the series with Ole Miss.
The Razorbacks tossed six scoreless innings in relief Saturday afternoon to hang on to a 3-1 victory over Texas A&M and even the series.
The Razorbacks mashed three home runs and received seven scoreless innings from Hagen Smith in a 4-0 win over LSU on Friday night.
Arkansas scratched across four unearned runs on three Kentucky errors to begin the 2022 Southeastern Conference slate 1-0.