The Razorbacks (22-7) face fourth-seed LSU at 6:30 p.m.
Ricketts dropped in a team-leading 10 points and the Razorbacks hit nine three pointers tying a program best for an SEC Tournament game. Senior Lyndsay Harris added nine points as did sophomore Dominique Robinson. Arkansas shot 49 percent from the game hitting 25-of-51 from the floor.
"It was a great win," said SEC Coach of the Year Tom Collen. "It is nice to snap that SEC Tournament losing streak."
Arkansas opened the game with an 8-0 run and never trailed in the contest, avenging an earlier season loss to the Lady Rebels (12-17). Arkansas shot 51.9 percent in the first half as they forced 12 Ole Miss turnovers in the first 20 minutes.
"I think we have been a pretty good defensive team all year," Collen said. "It has been a focus for us all season and I think it was a difference maker in the opening minutes of the game."
Arkansas held a 36-17 lead after the first half and continued to roll in the second as their lead was never in doubt.
Collen was able to clear the bench playing all 13 players by the final buzzer.
LSU received a bye in the first round and the Tigers and Razorbacks split the two regular season contests.
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-Arkansas is 22-7 overall
-Arkansas is 10-20 all-time in the SEC Tournament
-Arkansas win snaps a six-game SEC Tournament losing streak
Arkansas last SEC Tournament win was in 2005...The Razorbacks defeated Miss State, 80-73.
-Arkansas is 10-23 all-time against Ole Miss
-Arkansas is 2-3 all-time against Ole Miss at the SEC Tournament