Johnson’s Walk-Off Sacrifice Fly Pushes Arkansas Past SEMO in Extras

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Sophomore center fielder Reagan Johnson’s walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the eighth carried No. 16 Arkansas to a 6-5 win against Southeast Missouri State (SEMO) Sunday afternoon at Bogle Park.

The Razorbacks improve to 17-4 overall.

Arkansas overcame a 5-0 deficit after SEMO put up a five-spot in the top of the first. Arkansas scored six unanswered runs on nine hits.

Sophomore LHP Robyn Herron (6-4) earned the win after acquiring the circle in the second. The southpaw from Tampa silenced the Redhawks, limiting SEMO to two hits and zero runs across 6.1 frames. Herron struck out seven and worked around two walks.

Following SEMO’s five-run first, Arkansas got a run back in the bottom frame on an RBI single from Bri Ellis to trim the lead to 5-1.

The Hogs’ offense pieced together a productive three-run third fueled by Hannah Gammill’s leadoff solo home run to left. Arkansas brought in another run off the bat of Hannah Camenzind, who bashed an RBI single up the middle to score Spencer Prigge from second. Kennedy Miller scored Arkansas’ final run of the third on a groundout to third base, scoring Johnson.

In the third, Spencer Prigge’s RBI single to right field scored Raigan Kramer to even it at 5-5.

Arkansas and SEMO exchanged zeroes from the fourth through seventh to push the game into extra innings.

In the bottom of the eighth, Cylie Halvorson reached second on a throwing error to put a runner in scoring position. Following Halvorson, Gammill was intentionally walked to place another Arkansas runner on base. Prigge then delivered a crucial sacrifice bunt to advance Nyjah Fontenot, who was pinch running for Halvorson, to third and Gammill to second. Johnson cracked a sacrifice fly to center to score Fontenot and capture the 6-5 victory.

Reagan Johnson and Bri Ellis recorded multi-hit outings for the Hogs, each going 2-for-4 with an RBI. Hannah Gammill smoked her fifth home run of the season.

 Up Next
The Razorbacks continue their 17-game homestand with the Razorback Rumble on March 7-10 at Bogle Park. Arkansas opens the tournament at 5 p.m. March 7 against Nebraska. The game will be available to stream on SEC Network+.

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