BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) -- Matt Clark blasted his 24th and 25th home runs of the season and LSU ran its nation's best winning streak to 22 with a 13-4 triumph over Southern Mississippi in the Baton Rouge regional on Saturday night.
Both of Clark's homers were two-run shots.
Blake Dean, Michael Hollander and pinch hitter Ryan Ochinko also homered for LSU (45-16-1), which hasn't lost since falling to Georgia on April 19. It is now tied with the 2000 South Carolina squad for the longest winning streak by a Southeastern Conference team in the SEC's 75-year history.
Dean's homer was his 19th of the season, his third in two days and seventh in eight games.
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