FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The top-seeded and fourth-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks finished a clean sweep of the NCAA Fayetteville Regional Sunday night, defeating three-seed Dallas Baptist, 4-3, to reach their seventh NCAA Super Regional in program history.

The Razorbacks (42-18) are back in the super regionals for the first time since 2015, a year they reached the College World Series. It was also the seventh time an Arkansas team made it out of a regional without recording a loss in history.

Arkansas will await to find out its opponent for the Super Regional, but knows it will face either South Carolina or UNC-Wilmington out of the NCAA Greenville Regional. As a top-eight national seed, Arkansas will host the super regional round of the NCAA Tournament, but dates and game times for the Fayetteville Super Regional have not been set. It will be the third time Fayetteville has hosted a super regional in school history.