See Vanderbilt's Dominic Keegan get ninth-inning walk-off hit to beat Ole Miss baseball
Vanderbilt trailed Ole Miss by a run entering the bottom of the ninth inning.
Isaiah Thomas tied the game with a single to left field that drove in pinch-runner Javier Vaz, and it tied the score 4-4.
Vanderbilt first baseman Dominic Keegan then followed Thomas to the plate.
Keegan singled to right field, and Enrique Bradfield Jr. scored from third base to give Vanderbilt a 5-4 win against Ole Miss.
Vanderbilt players swarmed Keegan and tore off his jersey.
"It's special," Thomas said on SEC Network after the game. "This lineup, one through nine, we all produce. Anyone at any time can produce for the team. It's just special being part of it."
No. 4 seed Vanderbilt improved to 40-13 overall. No. 5-seeded Ole Miss went to 39-18 overall.
Vanderbilt advances to face No. 1 seed Arkansas at 8 p.m. CT on Thursday. Ole Miss now goes against Georgia at 1 p.m. CT on Thursday.
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Tim Corbin is the Vanderbilt baseball head coach. Mike Bianco is the Ole Miss baseball head coach.
Erik Hall is the lead digital producer for sports with the USA Today Network. You can find him on Twitter @HallErik.