We’re taking things to the diamond today in The Daily Call, as both @RazorbackBSB and @RazorbackSB are in action.
@RazorbackBSB Eyes Series Victory Sunday at No. 13 Mississippi State
After splitting a Saturday doubleheader against Bulldogs, Arkansas will look for its second straight SEC series victory Sunday at Dudy Noble Field. RazorVision subscribers can watch the game by clicking here.
Game Notes> The Razorbacks have won at least one game in 20 SEC series dating back to the 2012 season.
> Arkansas has won five straight regular season series against Mississippi State and can make it six straight with a victory over the Bulldogs today in the weekend finale.
> Before Mississippi State scored four runs in the sixth inning in game two of the doubleheader Saturday, Arkansas put together streak that saw the pitching staff allow just two runs over 54.2 innings of work. The stretch included four shutouts in five games, including back-to-back shutouts in SEC play.
Series Finale Between @RazorbackSB and No. 20/17 Texas A&M at #BoglePark The weekend series between Arkansas and Texas A&M concludes Sunday with first pitch set for 1 p.m. (CT) at Bogle Park. The 17th-ranked Aggies came away with a pair of one-run wins Saturday with a seventh-inning rally by the Razorbacks falling just short after a three-run blast off the bat of senior Amanda Geile. The long ball was the Razorbacks’ third home run of the game and fifth of the doubleheader. With her home run, Geile moved into a tie with former standout Dayna Huckabee for sixth place on the program’s all-time list with 20 career homers. Geile was joined in the round-trip parade by Kasey Fagan, Jayme Gee, Clarisa Navarro and Chloe Oprzedek. This weekend’s series also marks the first games played in Fayetteville between Arkansas and Texas A&M who had previously only met in College Station or at a neutral site.
Had a good day watching @RazorbackSB with @Rorry22_12 @notdylanteague and #homelessbatman pic.twitter.com/MWjjExvfOb
– Pam Teague (@pteague10) March 29, 2014
Let’s go @RazorbackSB! Time to channel the #PowerofPink!! #NeverYield pic.twitter.com/dvVx0hiuzD
– Glen Christophersen (@Glen_Christo) March 29, 2014
Get Your NCAA Gymnastics Fayetteville Regional Tickets The #Gymbacks are hosting the NCAA Fayetteville Regional on Saturday, April 5, at 4 p.m. in Barnhill Arena. The #Gymbacks need to finish in the top-two at the meet out of six teams to go to the NCAA Championships and need your support! The first 500 students will get in free with a valid student ID. Buy your tickets here.
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