The Razorbacks (7-2) had defeated College of Charleston and Bowling Green on Friday before taking out Troy.
Jill Gillen led the Razorbacks with 19 kills on 40 swings for a .400 hitting percentage. She also finished her 10 digs for a double-double and had two service aces.
As a team, the Razorbacks finished the match with 13 total blocks, the second double-digit blocking performance for them in as many contests. Arkansas also had 15 service aces, which ties the program record for second-highest in a match, last recorded in 2003.
Next up for the squad is a trip to the Big Apple, where the Razorbacks will face Buffalo, St. John’s and Bryant.