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Razorback softball bounces back with 7-3 win over Texas A&M

No. 4 Arkansas hit four homers to break program record for home runs in a season.
Credit: Arkansas Athletics/@RazorbackSB

After dropping the series opener in College Station, the No. 4-ranked Arkansas softball bounced back with a 7-3 win Saturday over Texas A&M.

The Hogs launched four home runs on the day, lifting their season total to 96, breaking the program record.

Mary Haff improved to 17-4 on the season, after pitching a complete game, allowing three earned runs on just four hits and one walk while striking out five.

The Razorback homers came via a solo shot from Hannah Gamill, and then 2-run HRs from each of KB Sides, Danielle Gibson and Linnie Malkin.

The win improves Arkansas to 40-9 and 18-5 in the SEC. It also sets up a rubber match on Sunday, and should the Hogs win that, they would secure a series win in every SEC series this season. 

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