TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Kyle Overstreet's two-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the 10th inning gave Alabama a 4-3 victory against LSU on Sunday at Sewell-Thomas Stadium.

The Tigers, ranked No. 2 by Collegiate Baseball, fell to 37-4 and 15-3 in the SEC. They play Tulane on Wednesday at Alex Box Stadium. Bama is 24-18 and 9-9.

Tigers reliever Joey Bourgeois hit Mikey White with a pitch leading off the bottom of the 10th. Chance Vincent sacrificed him to second and Andrew Miller reached when third baseman Christian Ibarra mishandled his bunt for Ibarra's second error of the game.

LSU intentionally walked Kenny Roberts and George Salem flied out to shallow center before Overstreet's hit.

Sean McMullen led off the LSU 10th with a single and Mark Laird sacrificed him to second. Bama intentionally walked Alex Bregman to set up a double play and Raph Rhymes hit into one, duplicating a scenario from Saturday night.

LSU, which lost a three-run, ninth-inning lead in an 11-8 win Saturday night, scored a ninth-inning run to tie it.

Mason Katz led off with a single and Ibarra, after failing to sacrifice, lined a double to right and Chris Sciambra's sacrifice fly tied the score.

Tigers starter Cody Glenn, who had not gotten out of the fourth inning and had an earned run average of more than 15 in three previous SEC road starts, was outstanding. He limited the Tide to four hits and just one earned run in eight innings, though two LSU errors helped two other runs score.

LSU tied the score at 2 in the top of the seventh, but Bama broke the tie almost immediately in the bottom half.

Brett Booth reached leading off when third baseman Ibarra's throw on his grounder pulled Katz off the bag at first. Austen Smith sacrificed and White singled home Booth.

Bama starter Spencer Turnbull held LSU to just a walk as he took a 2-0 lead into the fifth inning. Christian Ibarra had a one-out single, went to second on Turnbull's wild pitch and scored on Ty Ross' single.

The Tigers tied the score in the seventh, but squandered an opportunity to score more. Raph Rhymes was hit by a pitch leading off and Mason Katz reached on third baseman Kenny Roberts' fielding error.

Christian Ibarra laid down a bunt and reached on what was ruled a single as catcher Brett Booth's throw to third was too late to get Rhymes. Chris Sciambra hit into a double play as Rhymes came home as the tying run.

Ross walked, putting runners on the corners, but Casey Yocom grounded out on a 3-2 pitch to end the inning.

Glenn, who hadn't lasted more than 3.1 innings in any of his three previous SEC road starts, matched that distance before he allowed a base-runner. After getting the first 10 Tide batters in order he gave up a one-out double to George Salem in the fourth.

Kyle Overstreet hit a routine dribbler to second that JaCoby Jones mishandled for an error as Salem went to third. In the next inning Tigers coach Paul Mainieri had Casey Yocom pinch hit for Jones, who missed Friday's game because of a stomach ailment and and made an error that helped Bama score three ninth-inning runs and force extra innings in the Tigers' 11-8, 16-inning victory.

Ben Moore's RBI single broke the scoreless tie and one out later Austen Smith hit a grounder up the middle. Shortstop Alex Bregman ranged over to get the ball and flipped to Jones covering second, but it was too late to get Moore. Overstreet kept running around third and beat Jones' throw to the plate for a 2-0 lead.