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Arkansas Hosts Final Double-Dual Meet Of 2013-14

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FAYETTEVILLE – The No. 22 Razorback swimming and diving team (7-1, 2-1 SEC) will host Kansas and Vanderbilt at 11 a.m. at the Arkansas Natatorium on Saturday. The double-dual is the last home meet of the season for the Razorbacks. The meet will also serve as Senior Day, and the team will celebrate seven competing seniors in a ceremony that will preface the races.

Last weekend, Arkansas defeated Rice 207-86 and Clemson 230-19 in a double-dual meet at the Arkansas Natatorium. The meet was highlighted by Razorback wins in 14 events, including the first NCAA zone-qualifying scores for two Arkansas divers.

Junior Meghan Clark (Frisco, Texas) won the three-meter diving event with a score of 297.90. Sophomore Hannah Bortnick (Mission Hills, Kan.) placed second with a score of 291.68. Both scores are the first NCAA zone-qualifying scores for the divers this season.

Kansas currently has a 6-3 dual meet record. Most recently, Kansas defeated Arkansas-Little Rock in Lawrence, Kan., 148-96, on Jan. 25. Arkansas has a long history with Kansas in a series that dates back to the 1979-80 season. The Razorbacks and the Jayhawks last met nearly a year ago on Feb. 2, 2013 in Lawrence, Kan., where Arkansas defeated Kansas 219-81. 

The Vanderbilt Commodores will enter the meet with a 4-5 dual meet record and 0-2 in the SEC. Last time out, the Commodores traveled to Bowling Green, Ky., defeating Cumberland and Marshall and falling to Western Kentucky on Jan. 25. Arkansas is undefeated against Vanderbilt in the five meetings between the teams. Most recently, Arkansas defeated Vanderbilt 220-57 on Feb. 4, 2012 in Fayetteville. 

Live stats will be available here during the meet and live stream will be available here. Admission to the meet is free. 

For more information on Arkansas swimming and diving, follow @RazorbackSwim

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