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Razorback Roundup

08/08/2011
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August 19, 2013

MEN'S BASKETBALL:                                       

ESPN will announce its "Super Tuesday" schedule on Monday afternoon with one of the Razorbacks' home SEC games making the list.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (3-0):                                       

The Razorback women's basketball team went 3-0 while touring Italy last week. Arkansas defeated Italian Select, 77-55, Vicenza All Stars, 87-28, and the Chemcats Chenitz, 88-64.  Keira Peak paced the team with 18.0 points per game and freshman Jessica Jackson averaged 11.7 ppg.  Sophomore Melissa Wolff led the team with 9.3 rebounds per game as well.  The Razorbacks have this week off before returning to camps for the start of the fall semester next week.

FOOTBALL:

The Arkansas football team completed its second week of preseason camp last week, capped by the team's second scrimmage on Saturday and the annual Fan Day on Sunday. The Razorbacks wrap up preseason camp this week. All practices are closed to the media and public. The fifth annual Arkansas Razorback Football Kickoff Luncheon is scheduled for Friday at 12 p.m. at the NWA Convention Center in Springdale. The Razorbacks open the 2013 season on Saturday, August 31, at 3 p.m. against Louisiana inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

MEN'S GOLF:

Senior Sebastian Cappelen and sophomore Taylor Moore each made their second straight appearance at the U.S. Amateur. Cappelen advanced through the field of 312 players into the 64-player match play tournament where he was the No. 18 seed. After a 4&2 win in the first round, Cappelen was defeated by No. 15 seed Charlie Hughes. The tournament was the end of a great summer for Cappelen, who represented Team Europe for the third straight summer at the Palmer Cup and advanced to match play at the 111th Western Amateur Championship and the aforementioned U.S. Amateur. Cappelen advanced all the way to the semifinals at the Western Amateur.

WOMEN'S GOLF:                                             

Former Razorback Stacy Lewis represented Team USA in Solheim Cup action this weekend in Parker, Colo.  The Americans lost to Team Europe, 18.0-10.0, and Lewis went 1-1-1 in her three matches.  In the final match, she finished all square with Anna Nordqvist and Team USA was only able to pick up two wins in the final day.

The Razorback women's golf team reports to campus this week for the start of the fall semester next week. The season begins Sept. 8-10 with the Razorbacks taking part in the Dale McNamara NCAA Preview in Tulsa, Okla.

August 19, 2013

MEN'S BASKETBALL:                                       

ESPN will announce its "Super Tuesday" schedule on Monday afternoon with one of the Razorbacks' home SEC games making the list.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (3-0):                                       

The Razorback women's basketball team went 3-0 while touring Italy last week. Arkansas defeated Italian Select, 77-55, Vicenza All Stars, 87-28, and the Chemcats Chenitz, 88-64.  Keira Peak paced the team with 18.0 points per game and freshman Jessica Jackson averaged 11.7 ppg.  Sophomore Melissa Wolff led the team with 9.3 rebounds per game as well.  The Razorbacks have this week off before returning to camps for the start of the fall semester next week.

FOOTBALL:

The Arkansas football team completed its second week of preseason camp last week, capped by the team's second scrimmage on Saturday and the annual Fan Day on Sunday. The Razorbacks wrap up preseason camp this week. All practices are closed to the media and public. The fifth annual Arkansas Razorback Football Kickoff Luncheon is scheduled for Friday at 12 p.m. at the NWA Convention Center in Springdale. The Razorbacks open the 2013 season on Saturday, August 31, at 3 p.m. against Louisiana inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

MEN'S GOLF:

Senior Sebastian Cappelen and sophomore Taylor Moore each made their second straight appearance at the U.S. Amateur. Cappelen advanced through the field of 312 players into the 64-player match play tournament where he was the No. 18 seed. After a 4&2 win in the first round, Cappelen was defeated by No. 15 seed Charlie Hughes. The tournament was the end of a great summer for Cappelen, who represented Team Europe for the third straight summer at the Palmer Cup and advanced to match play at the 111th Western Amateur Championship and the aforementioned U.S. Amateur. Cappelen advanced all the way to the semifinals at the Western Amateur.

WOMEN'S GOLF:                                             

Former Razorback Stacy Lewis represented Team USA in Solheim Cup action this weekend in Parker, Colo.  The Americans lost to Team Europe, 18.0-10.0, and Lewis went 1-1-1 in her three matches.  In the final match, she finished all square with Anna Nordqvist and Team USA was only able to pick up two wins in the final day.

The Razorback women's golf team reports to campus this week for the start of the fall semester next week. The season begins Sept. 8-10 with the Razorbacks taking part in the Dale McNamara NCAA Preview in Tulsa, Okla.

SOFTBALL:

Head coach Mike Larabee announced the addition of Camden Decker to his staff as a volunteer assistant. The Razorbacks begin their fall season Oct. 2 with a doubleheader against Butler CC and Evangel.

MEN'S TENNIS:

Men's tennis will be releasing their fall schedule and official roster this week. They begin fall competition in September.

VOLLEYBALL:

The Razorbacks played their Red-White match Sunday and begin their second week of preseason practice Monday. Last week, the SEC released its TV schedule with three Arkansas matches--Oct 2 vs Missouri (ESPNU); Oct 13 at Tennessee (SPSO/FSN; Oct 20 vs Georgia (CSS/CST)--including two in Fayetteville.

SOFTBALL:

Head coach Mike Larabee announced the addition of Camden Decker to his staff as a volunteer assistant. The Razorbacks begin their fall season Oct. 2 with a doubleheader against Butler CC and Evangel.

MEN'S TENNIS:

Men's tennis will be releasing their fall schedule and official roster this week. They begin fall competition in September.

VOLLEYBALL:

The Razorbacks played their Red-White match Sunday and begin their second week of preseason practice Monday. Last week, the SEC released its TV schedule with three Arkansas matches--Oct 2 vs Missouri (ESPNU); Oct 13 at Tennessee (SPSO/FSN; Oct 20 vs Georgia (CSS/CST)--including two in Fayetteville. 


 


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