Shea Robin's two-run single in the tenth inning capped a dramatic rally and lifted Vanderbilt to a 7-6 win over Mississippi Saturday and into the Southeastern Conference tournament championship game.
Robin, who keyed the tying rally in the ninth, had a throwing error in the top of the tenth that helped the Rebels score three times.
All five batters reached for the Commodores in the final inning off reliever Cody Satterwhite, starting with Dominic de la Osa's leadoff homer.
The Commodores will face Arkansas Sunday afternoon seeking their first tournament title since 1980.
They forced the second game earlier in the day with a 13-1 victory over Ole Miss called after eight innings under the ten-run mercy rule.
The Rebels were seeking their second straight tournament title.
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