Beuerlein Twirls 2-Hit Shutout, Hogs Overpower UT-Arlington in Razorback Invitational Finale

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Behind Reis Beuerlein’s two-hit, complete-game shutout, No. 14 Arkansas overpowered UT-Arlington to cruise to a 10-0 (5 inn.) win Sunday at Bogle Park.

The Razorbacks improve to 13-3 overall and 5-1 at home this season.

Arkansas dominated opponents during their six-game Razorback Invitational slate, outscoring opponents 49-7. The Hogs twirled four shutouts, including the program’s second-ever perfect game by Robyn Herron against Illinois State on Feb. 24. The Razorbacks outhit opponents at a 50-27 clip.

Reis Beuerlein (2-0) went the distance vs. the Mavericks, delivering a two-hit shutout with three strikeouts across 5.0 IP. The Cave Creek, Ariz., product worked around one walk and retired 15 of 18 batters faced. Beuerlein retired 12 straight between the first and fifth frames.

After the Hogs and UT-Arlington exchanges zeroes in the first two innings, Arkansas utilized an eight-run third to break the game open. The Razorbacks combined for 10 runs on 10 hits, including five for extra bases.

Reagan Johnson, Kennedy Miller and Raigan Kramer chipped in two hits apiece. Pinch-hitting in the bottom of the fourth, Carlee Ratcliff hit her first career home run as a Razorback – a two-run tower to center field. Lauren Camenzind continued her hot streak and brought in two runs on a double to right center in the third.

How It Happened:

  • B3 | Arkansas scored its first run off of the bat of Nia Carter, who grounded out to second and allowed Kramer to score from third.
  • B3 | Rylin Hedgecock’s RBI single to left plated Reagan Johnson and pushed the lead to 2-0.
  • B3 | Kennedy Miller pushed two runs across home on her RBI single down the right field line.
  • B3 | Hannah Gammill doubled down the left field line to stretch the lead to 5-0.
  • B3 | Lauren Camenzind’s two-RBI double to right center made it 7-0 Hogs.
  • B3 | Raigan Kramer’s RBI triple to right increased the advantage to 8-0.
  • B4 | Carlee Ratcliff’s two-run homer to center surged Arkansas’ edge to 10-0.

Up Next
The Razorbacks continue their homestand with the Wooo Pig Classic Feb. 29-March 3 at Bogle Park. Arkansas kicks off the weekend with a 4 p.m. clash vs. South Dakota State on Thursday, Feb. 29. The game will be available on SEC Network+.

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