The 8th-ranked LSU Tigers captured another convincing victory in the SEC Tournament in Hoover, Alabama on Saturday, defeating the Arkansas Razorbacks, 11-1, in eight-inning mercy-rule fashion, in a semi-final game.

The win was the seventh-straight for LSU, who advances into the finals on Sunday against Florida.

LSU scored the first eight runs of the game, plating one in the second, two in the fourth, and five in the fifth, before going on to cruise to the 10-run win.

Catcher Kade Scivicque and left-fielder Jake Fraley led the way at the plate for LSU, collecting three hits apiece, while Scivicque, Conner Hale, and Tyler Moore all homered, as the Tigers outhit the Razorbacks, 16-4.

Kyle Bouman (5-2) recorded the win for LSU, allowing two hits and one earned run over six innings, while Zach Jackson (2-2) suffered the loss for Arkansas.

With the victory, the Tigers improved to 43-14-1 on the season, while the Razorbacks fell to 38-23.

LSU advances in the finals on Sunday against Florida at 3:30 pm.

The Tigers have won four of the last six postseason SEC Tournament.

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