"He was pretty much (knocked out)," Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn said following the Hogs' 9-3 loss. "He didn't know how he got there. He didn't know he had a collision at the time. I think he was semi-knocked out there. He never saw the third baseman and I'm glad he had a helmet on.
"I don't know (his status) yet. Obviously I don't think he'll be playing tomorrow."
Lyons, who was called out after never reaching the base, was 2-for-3 on the night including a two-run home run in the first inning.
In three games this week alone the Covina, Calif., native was 7-for-12, including a walk-off 3-RBI double against Oral Roberts Tuesday and a pair of home runs against the Rebels. His 38 RBIs are tied for the team-league.
"He's been our best player," Van Horn said. "Day-in and day-out he comes to play and makes plays. We needed him."