October 25, 2014

Arkansas 2, South Carolina 1 (College World Series)

Ryne Stanek (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

Sophomore pitchers Ryne Stanek and Barrett Astin led Arkansas to a 2-1 victory over South Carolina in the winner’s bracket of the College World Series on Monday night.

Arkansas 1, Rice 0 (Houston Regional)

Tim Carver / Craig Manuel (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Smiley N. Pool)

Ryne Stanek threw seven shutout innings and Barrett Astin closed it out as Arkansas defeated Rice, 1-0 to advance to the regional final of the NCAA Houston Regional.

Arkansas 8, Mississippi State 0

Ryne Stanek and Cade Lynch combined for a three-hit shutout as the third-ranked Arkansas baseball team blanked Mississippi State 8-0 on Saturday afternoon.

Arkansas 4, Binghamton 0

Ryne Stanek and Cade Lynch combined to allow just three hits as the fourth-ranked Razorbacks defeated Binghamton, 4-0, on Friday afternoon at Baum Stadium.

Arkansas 3, Texas Tech 1

Arkansas starter Ryne Stanek struck out a career-high seven to lead the fourth-ranked Razorbacks to a 3-1 win over Texas Tech on Friday afternoon.

One More Bullet

There’s usually someone every year for the Diamond Hogs who emerges to play a larger postseason role than they did in the regular season. This year’s candidate looks like pitcher Ryne Stanek.

Arkansas 4, Alabama 1 (SEC Tournament)

Freshman Ryne Stanek allowed just one run on two hits in a career-long 7.2 innings as No. 20 Arkansas defeated Alabama, 4-1, on Friday afternoon at Regions Park.

Arkansas 2, Missouri State 1

Ryne Stanek turned in the best start of his collegiate career, throwing seven strong innings as the 25th-ranked Razorbacks defeated Missouri State, 2-1, on Tuesday night.

Arkansas 9, Delaware State 2

James McCann and Matt Reynolds each had two hits and two RBI as the Razorbacks defeated Delaware State 9-2 on Saturday afternoon in front of 7,710 fans at Baum Stadium.

2011 Baseball Preview: Young Guns Impress

In Part 2 of our preview we take a look at the outfielders and pitchers that make up Dave Van Horn’s 24th ranked Razorbacks.