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The Diamond Hogs stomp Oklahoma State 18-1 in Arlington

Arkansas had a run-rule win in its finale at the College Baseball Showdown to end its weekend in Texas with a 2-1 record.

In a rematch of last season’s disputed Stilllwater Regional, the Diamond Hogs were victorious yet again.

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After an 18-6 loss to TCU on Saturday, Arkansas bounced back strongly against the Cowboys, forcing them to finish the weekend with a 2-1 record.

Junior pitcher Hunter Hollan shone in his Razorback debut, with the San Jacinto move allowing only one earned run in four innings of work. The lefty tallied five strikeouts, three hits and two walks in his first start.

But it was the Razorback lineup that stole the show on Sunday.

Jared Wegner led the way, going 2-2 with a home run, triple and 5 RBI.

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Wegner’s three-RBI triple was part of a five-run second inning that marked the start of a big day for the Razorback lineup.

After Arkansas loaded the bases in the top of the frame, John Bolton hit an RBI infield single on first that scored Kendall Diggs. Tavian Josenberger followed with an RBI sac fly to put Arkansas up 2–0.

Peyton Stovall walked to reload the bases and that’s when Wegner sent everyone home with a bases-out triple to right center to put Arkansas up 5-0.

Arkansas added five more runs in the next inning, with Wegner again punctuating the score, this time with a 2-RBI frozen string home run down the left field line.

The Cowboys pulled back a run in the fourth on a fly ball by Sprindale native Marcus Brown, but the Razorbacks weren’t finished scoring on their own.

The five-run third inning of the Diamond Hogs’ game came in the fifth inning.

Josenberger’s lead homer, his first as a Razorback since the move from Kansas, kicked things off.

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A 2-RBI double by Brady Slavens made the game 13-1 before a wild pitch and bases-loaded walk added two more runs to the Razorbacks’ big lead.

Peyton Holt’s RBI single in the seventh capped a three-run inning for the Hogs to make it an 18-1 game.

Arkansas and Oklahoma State agreed before the game on a 10-run rule after seven innings, the same rule that will apply during SEC games this season.

With the Hogs leading 18–1 in the seventh, the bottom of the inning marked the end of a commanding victory for Arkansas.

Dave Van Horn’s team now returns to Fayetteville for its home opener when it hosts Grambling at Baum-Walker Stadium on Tuesday (3:00 p.m., SEC Network+).

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