FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – No. 4 Arkansas’ offense pummeled Arkansas State’s pitching employees for the second evening in a row, bashing its technique to a 10-3 win on Wednesday evening at Baum-Walker Stadium to finish the midweek sequence sweep of its in-state foe.
The Razorbacks, now 30-7 general on the 12 months, have received 17 consecutive midweek video games and stay undefeated of their final 13 contests towards in-state opponents, a streak that dates to the 2019 season.
Four Hog hitters tallied a number of base knocks, led by true freshman Kendall Diggs’ career-high three hits. Jalen Battles and Jace Bohrofen additionally collected two hits apiece as each doubled twice in Wednesday afternoon’s win.
Dylan Leach, in the meantime, drove in a game-high three runs on a pair of hits, swatting a two-run shot – his third homer of the 12 months – within the backside of the second inning. The Razorbacks’ backup catcher collected his third RBI of the afternoon with a single within the fifth.
On the mound, it was Will McEntire’s flip to make a robust impression, and he did simply that in his second begin of the 12 months. The right-hander fanned 5 over 4 2/3 innings, limiting Arkansas State to 1 run on three hits whereas strolling 4.
Heston Tole dominated in reduction of McEntire, firing 1 1/3 good innings with three strikeouts to earn his first victory of the season. Issac Bracken (0.2 IP, 2 SO), Austin Ledbetter (1.0 IP) and Miller Pleimann (1.0, 2 SO) additionally got here out of the bullpen and stored the Red Wolves off the scoreboard to assist lock down the Hogs’ 10-3 win.
Arkansas now prepares for an SEC weekend sequence on the highway at Texas A&M. First pitch between the Razorbacks and Aggies at Blue Bell Park in College Station, Texas, is about for 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 22, on SEC Network.