In the history of Ole Miss baseball, they haven’t scored more runs in a weekend series than they did in the past three days against Princeton.
The Rebels blew out Princeton 14-2 on Sunday in a run-rule-shortened 6.5 inning game, winning their 14th consecutive game and capping a ridiculous three-day weekend of offense in Oxford.
“I think, honestly, we’re so deadly at the plate,” said catcher Hayden Dunhurst. “Our two-hole guy hit two home runs today. We just have a lot of electric players that can do almost everything. That’s what makes us special, one through nine. Anyone can go deep, anybody can steel a base. We’re really enjoying it.”
Ole Miss’ offense simply could not be any hotter. Over the course of the past three days, Ole Miss scored 47 runs and recorded 43 hits. The 47 runs scored tie the most in team history for a three-game series, matching a mark first set in 2005 in a weekend series against Purdue. The team hit 10 home runs on the weekend, including four on Sunday, to extend their nation-leading home runs mark to 31 over 15 games.
Playing Sunday under a run-rule of 10 runs after seven innings, Ole Miss scored in each of the six innings…