Brian Anderson may be sad to see Northwestern State leave Baum Stadium.
The Arkansas junior drove in three runs for the second straight day as the Razorbacks pounded the Demons 15-3 in Fayetteville.
Anderson’s three-run home run highlighted a day that saw Arkansas have eight different players with a RBI.
“I thought we have played pretty well the last couple of days,” Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn said. “You can tell the team is having fun, they are confident. I feel like we are getting better.”
Eric Fisher continued his power stretch as well as he also hit a three-run home run, his team leading seventh of the season. Fisher finished with four RBI while senior catcher Jake Wise finished 2-of-4 with a pair of runs driven in plus two runs scored.
“First off, he’s strong,” Van Horn said of Fisher. “The first home run of the year this year, he hit it into the wind, dead center. On a day I thought no one would leave the year, he hit a line drive out of the park. When he gets extension, the ball jumps off his bat. He’s an older kid, he’s confident. When he puts a good swing on the ball and make solid contact, it’s getting out the park.”
Arkansas will host Auburn for a three game SEC series starting on Friday