2009 Arkansas Razorbacks Baseball Team
|2009 Arkansas Razorbacks baseball|
Norman Regional Champions
Tallahassee Super Regional Champions
|College World Series, T-3rd|
|Conference||Southeastern Conference West|
|2009 record||34-22 (14-15 SEC)|
|Head coach||Dave van Horn|
|Hitting coach||Todd Butler|
|Pitching coach||Dave Jorn|
|Home stadium||Baum Stadium|
|2009 Southeastern Conference baseball standings|
|#12 Florida x||19||–||11||.633||42||–||22||.656|
|#25 South Carolina||17||–||13||.567||40||–||23||.635|
|#1 LSU x||20||–||10||.667||56||–||17||.767|
|#13 Ole Miss x||20||–||10||.667||44||–||20||.688|
|x – Division champion
† – Conference champion
‡ – Tournament champion
Rankings from Baseball America
The 2009 Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team represented the University of Arkansas in baseball at the Division I level in the NCAA for the 2009 season. Dave van Horn, a former Razorback player, is the coach in his fifth year. The team clinched a berth in the 2009 College World Series with a defeat of the Florida State Seminoles on June 6. The Razorbacks' run in Omaha ended on June 19 when they were defeated by the LSU Tigers, finishing tied for third nationally with the Arizona State Sun Devils.
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