Ole Miss salvaged its road series with Missouri on Saturday with a 20-14 victory that was, in large part, thanks to a record-setting day from Calvin Harris.

Harris went 4-for-6 on the day and set a new program record with 4 home runs in the game. He also tied the program record for RBI in a single game with 10 — set in 1947 by Charlie Conerly. He became the third player in SEC history to hit 4 homers in a single game, joining Florida’s JJ Schwarz (2015) and Kentucky’s Bill Sandry (1983) but is the only player in league history to do so in conference play.

The junior from Peosta, Iowa, was also 2 home runs away from tying the single-game NCAA record set in 1999.

Missouri scored the game’s first 3 runs to take a 3-0 lead into the third inning.

Bo Gatlin got things rolling for the Rebels from then on. A leadoff double put him on base, a double from Jacob Gonzalez in the next at-bat brought him home. Then Harris sent his first dinger over the right field wall to bring home Gonzalez and tie things at 3-3.

Missouri answered right away with a solo shot to go back up 4-3.

The sides scored 10 combined runs on just 2 hits in the fourth inning as they traded grand slams in between 8 free bases issued by the pitching staffs. The Rebels put up six runs in their half of the inning as Gonzalez drew a bases-loaded walk to tie the game and Ethan Lege knocked in a run with an RBI groundout to take the lead. After a walk from Kemp Alderman to reload the bases, Harris hit his second home run of the game, a grand slam to center field to put Ole Miss up 9-4.

Harris hit his third home run in the sixth — part of a 4-run frame for the Rebels 15-10 heading into the seventh.

Missouri plated 1 in the bottom of the seventh to draw within 3 runs, but Harris went yard again in the ninth to help fuel another 4-run frame.

Harris now has 12 home runs and 45 RBI on the season. He and the Rebels (25-23, 6-18 SEC) return to action on Thursday, May 11, when they host Auburn.