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Arkansas powers past Memphis

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – 14th-ranked Arkansas tied a season-high with 16 runs scored Tuesday night to power past Memphis, 16-7, at Baum Stadium. Freshman Dominic Fletcher nearly hit for the cycle in the game as he hit a single, double, and a triple in his first three at-bats. He was one of four Razorbacks with multi-hit performances in the game.

The win moves the Hogs record to 30-8 for the season, the fastest to 30 wins by any team in the SEC, and is their 10th-straight midweek win. Arkansas remains a perfect 13-0 when scoring 10 or more runs in a game this year.

Fletcher’s performance at the plate was nearly one for the ages as he locked up everything but the home run for the cycle by the fifth inning. Had he hit the home run, it would have been the first cycle by a Razorback since Kyle Harris did it in 1994 against Tennessee.

Fletcher finished the game 3-for-5 with four RBIs and three runs scored. Both the RBIs and the runs scored are season-highs. Sophomore Jax Biggers also turned in a three-hit game, going 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBIs. It’s his fifth-straight multi-hit game and second three-hit game in his last seven.

On the mound, freshman Matt Cronin earned his second victory after throwing 1.1 scoreless innings at the end of the fifth and through the sixth. Arkansas had retaken its second lead of the game in the bottom of the fifth after Cronin entered the game, scoring four runs on six hits.

It was the last lead change of the game as Arkansas took a 11-7 lead into the sixth and scored five more runs in the bottom half of the sixth on just three hits, to make it 16-7 for the final three innings.

Moments That Mattered
Memphis got a three-run first inning off a Andy Bowman home run to take a 3-0 lead, but the Razorbacks responded in a big way with seven runs over the second and third innings. A Jake Arledge two-RBI double got the scoring started for the Hogs. He later scored on a Chad Spanberger groundout to tie the game at 3-3.

Arledge finished the game with two hits and three runs scored. Both of his RBIs in the game came from the double in the second inning. In 11 of his last 12 games, Arledge has at least one hit.

The lead was padded in the third when the Hogs took advantage of three straight walks to Jared Gates, Carson Shaddy, and Eric Cole before Fletcher cleared the bases with his first triple of his career down the right field line, making it 7-3.

Fletcher now has nine multi-hit games this season and three with three hits or more. It’s his first game with two or more hits since going 2-for-3 against Alabama on April 2.

Memphis did tie the game for a second time by putting up a four spot in the top half of the fifth, getting a lead-off home run from Tyler Webb and then scoring three on a double down the right field line by Zach Schritenthal with two outs. Cronin was brought in to stop the rally and he did exactly that, striking out Jason Santana to end the fifth and then going 1-2-3 in the sixth.


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