Bogle Park is getting used to hosting Super Regionals.

The Razorbacks are set to host a Super for the second year in a row this week with a visit from Texas. And to mark the occasion, Arkansas has designated Thursday as a white out game for fans looking to contribute to the atmosphere.

Game 1 is set for Thursday at 6 p.m. local time on ESPN2, and Game 2 is scheduled for Friday at 3 p.m. on ESPN. The series winner will advance to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City.

The Razorbacks defeated No. 24 Oregon, 9-3, in the regional championship at Bogle Park on Sunday to advance to the program’s third Super Regional. Meanwhile, Texas knocked off No. 11 Washington to meet the Razorbacks.

Arkansas is still alive thanks in part to the long ball. The record-breaking Hogs (47-9) had 4 home runs against the Ducks, and increased its home run count to 109, which is tied for the second-most in SEC history.

Arkansas also set a new program single season record in wins (47).

Arkansas is playing in a super regional for the third time since 2018. The Razorbacks were eliminated in their first home super regional last year by Arizona.