• Ryan Day


Updated: Mar 25

Two big innings were more than enough for the Razorback softball team. Kansas City scored early, but not often, and Arkansas took advantage.

In the top of the second, with the bases loaded, infielder Braxton Burnside drew a walk and infielder Danielle Gibson was hit by a pitch to give the Razorbacks a 2-1 lead. Catcher Kayla Green followed, lifting a sacrifice fly to right, and designated player Linnie Malkin doubled off the base of the fence in left, extending the lead to 4-1.

Fast forward to the fourth inning with two outs. Outfielder Hannah McEwen scored on a passed ball and outfielder Larissa Cesena hit an RBI infield single. Pinch hitter Lauren Graves floated a two RBI base hit to right, and outfielder Sam Torres tapped a run scoring infield single back to the pitcher.

Kansas City tried to recover, scoring two consolation runs in the ninth inning, but it was domination on the part of the Razorbacks.

Arkansas softball will face off against Kansas today at 5:00pm CT in Lawrence.

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