Arkansas-Washington State Photo Gallery
Arkansas sophomore Drew Smyly struck out seven batters in seven innings, allowing just three hits in the Razorbacks' 6-4 win over Washington State Saturday night at Baum Stadium.
James McCann celebrates with teammates after his run gave Arkansas a 3-0 lead in the fourth inning.
Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn now has his team within one win of advancing to the NCAA Super Regionals for a second straight year.
Andy Wilkins filled in for Zack Cox at third base as the Razorbacks' all-SEC performer continues to struggle with a back injury.
Cox did play as the designated hitter. His seventh inning home run extended Arkansas' lead to 5-3.
Jordan Pratt retired three straight Washington State batters with the bases loaded to preserve the lead in the eighth inning.
Pratt's performance ignited the crowd of 9,016 fans and teammates alike.
Collin Kuhn's solo home run to leadoff the ninth inning gave the Razorbacks some cushion and a 6-4 lead.
Pratt and McCann celebrate following Matt Vinson's diving catch to end the game.
Photos by Marc F. Henning
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