Ole Miss throws first no-hitter since 1966 in ridiculously lopsided win vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff
The Ole Miss Rebels took two of three from Alabama over the weekend, but they really started to shine during this week’s midweek series against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
On Tuesday, the Rebels picked up a 12-2 victory, but their effort on Wednesday was one for the history books.
Not only did Ole Miss crush six home runs, it blew out UAPB 25-0 in only seven innings. Oh, and to make things even sweeter, the Rebels combined to throw their first no-hitter since 1966:
.@OleMissBSB just beat Arkansas Pine-Bluff 25-0 in 7 innings.
Oh, and they also threw their first no-hitter since 1966. 😳 pic.twitter.com/JNxTMMErx3
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) March 20, 2019
Sophomore Tyler Keenan had a monster day at the plate, going 5-for-6 with two home runs and seven RBI.
Junior LHP Zack Phillips got the start on the mount, throwing three innings of shutout baseball. He then gave way to Kaleb Hill for two innings and Pierce Smith for an inning before Taylor Broadway came on to finish off the no-no.