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NCAA Fayetteville Baseball Super Regional: Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Missouri State Bears - Game 3 (If Necessary) Recap

Arkansas scored three first-inning runs, then preserved the early lead with great pitching to defeat Missouri State in the deciding Game 3 of their super regional. The Razorbacks will return to the College World Series for the eighth time in the program's history. Sunday, the Razorbacks took the lead after Bobby Wernes singled and Andrew Benintendi walked with one out in the first inning. Tyler Spoon singled home Wernes and Rick Nomura scored Benintendi with a sacrifice fly. Brett McAfee followed with an RBI single, scoring Spoon for the 3-0 advantage. Arkansas pitchers James Teague, Lance Phillips, and Zach Jackson combined to allow the Tigers only two runs on eight hits. Ace reliever Jackson was the standout as he struck out six in 3.2 innings of scoreless relief.

NCAA Fayetteville Baseball Super Regional: Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Missouri State Bears - Game 1 Recap

In the opening game of the NCAA Fayetteville Baseball Super Regional the Arkansas Razorbacks played the Missouri State Bears. The winner of this series will get a trip to the College World Series. Arkansas was on fire offensively most of the game and took control early on. They set a record for fan attendance with almost 12,000 fans at Baum Stadium. Missouri State had not lost a game in over a month so even though they got down early they never felt out of it. The Bears actually scored the first run of the game but by the end of the fifth Arkansas was leading 4 to 1.

Missouri Tigers vs. Missouri State Bears (WOMEN) Recap

The Missouri State Lady Bears won a tightly contested game on Tuesday night against in state rival Missouri. The Lady Bears were coasting early, building an early double digit lead in the first half. Kenzie Williams paced the Lady Bears, who are 3-8, with 19 points to help surprise the 10-3 Tigers in Kansas City. The Tigers were lethargic early, allowing Williams to explode for 9 first half points, and trailed big late in the half before the Tigers made it a one point game with a 14-5 run of their own. Sierra Michaelis served up a double double for the Tigers with 13 and 10, as the game was close for the entire second half. Michaelis hit a 3 late to cut it to 1, but Williams then scored 4 straight to give the Lady Bears a 5 point lead from which they never looked back.
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