AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Taylor Hashman's three-run homer with two
outs in the top of the 10th inning lifted Mississippi to a 10-7
victory over Auburn in an elimination game of the Southeastern
Conference tournament Friday night.
Zach Miller drew a one-out walk to chase pitcher Sean Ray.
Bradley Hendrix set down Matt Smith, but then Matt Snyder singled
to bring up Hashman. He delivered a shot to centerfield for his
ninth home run of the season.
Now, the Rebels (38-21) will have to beat LSU twice on Saturday
to make the championship game with less than 13 hours between
Brett Huber overcame two walks with a pair of strikeouts and a
groundout in the bottom of the inning.
Hashman and Alex Yarbrough both had three hits for Ole Miss,
which capitalized on five Auburn errors.
Hunter Morris had a three-run homer for Auburn (40-19) to tie it
at 7-all in the seventh.
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