Alabama is making another SEC Tournament run. The No. 11 seed Crimson Tide boosted its NCAA Tournament resume with a 4-3 upset win over No. 3 seed Arkansas on Wednesday at the Hoover Met.

UA took advantage of multiple miscues by the Razorback defense. In the top of the 2nd inning, Alabama had the bases loaded with 1 out when Tommy Seidl grounded to shortstop. Instead of a double play, a throwing error meant 2 runs crossed the plate on a fielder’s choice without the third out recorded.

The Crimson Tide took advantage of another fielding miscue to make it 3-0 in the top of the 3rd inning. On a strikeout ball in the dirt, Arkansas catcher Michael Turner threw to third base instead of completing the strikeout. Caden Rose was caught in a rundown but managed to reach third base safely as Will McEntire’s tag missed. Drew Williamson then hit a pop fly in foul ground that allowed Rose to tag up and score.

The Hogs got on the board in the bottom of the 3rd inning when Jalen Battles hit a solo homer to left-center, cutting it to 3-1.

It was bases loaded with 2 outs for the Tide in the top of the fourth. Turner threw to third base attempting a pick-off, but the throw was off target and sent the ball into left field, allowing Seidl to score, making it 4-1 UA.

In the bottom of the 6th inning, Chris Lanzilli got the Razorbacks back to within 1 with a 2-run homer to left-center, plating Brady Slavens. It cut Alabama’s lead to 4-3, which would be the game’s final score.

Alabama used 5 pitchers. Jacob McNairy got the start, going 4.1 innings. Antoine Jean picked up the win with 2 innings pitched. Dylan Ray got his 8th save for recording the final out. McEntire, the Arkansas starter, was the losing pitcher. The Hogs used 4 pitchers on Wednesday.