Junior shortstop Braxton Burnside provided all of Arkansas' runs with one swing of the bat against No. 23 Baylor, but the Razorbacks would eventually fall, 3-2. The Lady Bears were the first ranked non-conference team to visit Bogle Park since 2014.
The Hogs got back to their winning ways the next day, sweeping a twinbill over Villanova (11-1, 5 innings) and Kent State (9-5). Junior outfielder Linnie Malkin collected five RBIs on a double and two homers.
Senior infielder Keely Edwards smashed her first collegiate home runs against the Wildcats and Golden Flashes and smacked a triple to earn six RBIs on the evening.
Burnside made the play of the weekend, diving to snare a flare down the left field line against Kent State.
No. 22 Arkansas fell 2-1 to No. 9 Florida State on Saturday, but 1,997 fans entered the Bogle Park turnstiles, the eighth-best single-game attendance mark in program history.
After the setback to the Seminoles, Arkansas responded by dispatching Villanova, 12-4, in six innings.
Storms was ultra-efficient against the Golden Flashes in the weekend finale. Throwing only 47 pitches, she allowed two hits over four innings in an 8-0 win over Kent State.
Burnside capped off the weekend clobbering a homer against KSU, she finished the Wooo Pig Classic 10-for-16 (.526 batting average) with a double, three home runs, six RBIs, six runs scored and 20 total bases.