Arkansas beat Nevada 10-2 on Wednesday, tying the school-record for the team to fastest reach 20 wins. The No. 3 Razorbacks hit the mark in their 22nd game of the season and ran their win streak to 10 games.
"We know we're a good team," Arkansas center fielder Jacob Morris said. "We expect to win every time we go out.
"Our ultimate goal is to win a national championship."
Arkansas' bullpen was lights-out in relief of the starter. Chris Oliver earned the win by throwing three scoreless innings, while Trent Daniel, Colby Suggs, Ty Wright and Michael Gunn added an inning each.
Daniel, a redshirt junior left-hander who turned down a 23rd round offer by the Detroit Tigers last summer, impressed coaches the most by needing just 13 pitches to record three outs in the sixth.
"That was the Trent Daniel we saw last year," Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn said. "If nothing else good came out of the game, at least we got to see that. He was throwing the ball in the mid-90s. It had some giddy-up on it and that was good to see.
"It was really good for some of these guys who needed to get on the mound."
Nevada (10-9) took a 2-0 lead in the first inning on Kewby Meyer's two-out RBI single. The Wolfpack loaded the bases in the inning, but had only three more batters reach the rest of the game.
Morris, who finished the game 2-for-5 at the plate, gave Arkansas the lead on a bizarre play in the second inning. His RBI single scored Sam Bates to pull the Razorbacks within 2-1.
But after a throw to home plate, Nevada catcher Carlos Escobar Jr. threw the ball well over first baseman Brett Jones' head and into the outfield. That allowed Matt Vinson to score from third and Morris from first.
"It was pretty wild," Morris said. "I saw that fastball in and fisted it up the middle. I didn't expect the center fielder to throw the ball in to home plate.
"I just kept going. It was pretty exciting."
Arkansas' added two more runs in the third on Morris' sixth double of the season, two in the fifth on RBI hits by Tim Carver and Jimmy Bosco, and two in the eighth on a two-out single by Conor Costello.
After struggling offensively at times this season, the Razorbacks have scored 25 runs in their last three games.
"We've taken our walks, got some big hits, got some sac flies and bunted some people around," Van Horn said. "We're scoring runs in different ways and that's a good thing.
"Right now we might have about five or six guys producing, but I think the day is coming where top to bottom we're going to have a big weekend."
The game was the second scheduled between the two teams this week, but the only one played after two consecutive days of rain in Northwest Arkansas.
The Razorbacks, which swept Alabama last weekend in their conference opener, will resume SEC play on Friday at Mississippi State.