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@RazorbackBSB Set for Rematch with Ole Miss at SEC Tourney

05/23/2014
Athletic Communications
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HOOVER, Ala. - The 20th-ranked and No. 7 seed Arkansas baseball team is set to take on 10th-ranked and No. 2 seed Ole Miss for the second time in three days in a win or go home game Friday at the SEC Tournament.

TV/Video Coverage
Tuesday's game will be televised live on CSS/CST and broadcasted online on ESPN3.

Game Links: Live Stats | TV: CSS/CST/ESPN3

Radio Coverage
Every game of the SEC Tournament will be broadcasted on the Razorback Radio Network from IMG College with Chuck Barrett providing the play-by-play. For a complete list of affiliates click here.

Probable Pitchers
Friday (3:05p): OM - RHP Sam Smith vs. ARK - RHP Dominic Taccolini

Series History
Arkansas leads the all-time series with Ole Miss 42-36, while the squads have split eight games at neutral sites. The Razorbacks lost two of three on the road at Ole Miss earlier this season, but picked up a 2-1 victory over the Rebels Wednesday in the second round of the tournament. Arkansas is 4-3 all-time against Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament.

Arkansas in the SEC Tournament

• The Razorbacks are 25-34 all-time in the SEC Tournament after wins over Texas A&M and Ole Miss and a loss to LSU.

• Arkansas opened the SEC Tournament with back-to-back wins for the second straight year and the fifth time in 20 SEC Tournament appearances.

• The Razorbacks have won eight of their last 10 games against SEC opponents.

• Andrew Benintendi extended his hitting streak to eight games and Clark Eagan moved his hitting streak to nine games Thursday against LSU.

• Arkansas has made 3 SEC Tournament Championship game appearances, finishing runner up in 1998 to Auburn, in 1999 to Alabama and in 2007 to Vanderbilt.

• Arkansas earned its 11th victory of the year against a ranked opponent on Wednesday against Ole Miss, including the fifth over a top-10 team.

• The Razorbacks are attempting to win three games in one SEC Tournament for just the fourth time in 20 tournament appearances.

• The most tournament wins for Arkansas is four and came in 1999.

• Dave Van Horn is 13-19 in 10 SEC Tournament appearances

• The Razorbacks currently have the No. 2 earned run average in the SEC at 2.41, sitting only behind South Carolina at 2.37.

• Arkansas leads the SEC in pickoffs with 18 and double plays turned with 56.

For more information on Arkansas baseball, follow @RazorbackBSB on Twitter.


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