The Diamond Hogs are heading back to Omaha.

In the deciding Game 3 of the Super Regional, Arkansas downed South Carolina 14-4 and advanced to the College World Series. The Razorbacks got off to a hot start, scoring five runs in the bottom of the first inning. The scoring never slowed down.

UA led 7-0 through three frames before the Gamecocks were on the board with two runs in the fourth. USC’s momentum didn’t last long as the Hogs notched another run in the bottom half of the inning and five more in the following frame, making it 13-2 after five. From there, the Hogs were able to cruise to victory.

DH Luke Bonfield led all Razorbacks with 4 RBI in the game. Three other Hogs hitters registered multiple RBIs in the outpouring of offense. RF Eric Cole and 2B Carson Shaddy each homered.

Five pitchers took the mound for the Hogs on Monday night. Isaiah Campbell led the way, tossing four innings, allowing two earned runs. The pitcher of record was Barrett Loseke, who threw 2.1 innings and allowed one earned run.

It will be the first trip to the CWS for coach Dave Van Horn’s squad since 2015. Arkansas is the seventh team to punch its ticket to Omaha. The eighth and final spot will go to either Auburn or Florida, currently in extra innings. Arkansas joins Mississippi State as the second SEC team to make this year’s series.