false
318
Saturday 06/14
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Saturday 06/14
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Friday 06/13
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 06/13
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Thursday 06/12
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Thursday 06/12
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Wednesday 06/11
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Wednesday 06/11
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Sunday 06/01
Virginia
9
Baseball
2
Sunday 06/01
Bucknell
0
Baseball
10
Saturday 05/31
Virginia
3
Baseball
0
Saturday 05/31
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Men
Saturday 05/31
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Women
Friday 05/30
Liberty
2
Baseball
3
Friday 05/30
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Men
Friday 05/30
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Women
Thursday 05/29
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Women
Thursday 05/29
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Men
Monday 05/26
NCAA Championships - Final RD
Golf - Men
279
Saturday 05/24
LSU
11
Baseball
1
Saturday 05/24
NCAA Championships - RD 1
Golf - Men
292
Saturday 05/24
NCAA Championships - RD 2
Golf - Men
286
Friday 05/23
Ole Miss
7
Baseball
8
Thursday 05/22
LSU
7
Baseball
2
Wednesday 05/21
Ole Miss
1
Baseball
2
Tuesday 05/20
Texas A&M
0
Baseball
4
Sunday 05/18
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Sunday 05/18
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Saturday 05/17
Missouri
5
Baseball
7
Saturday 05/17
NCAA Missouri Regional - Final RD
Golf - Men
277
Saturday 05/17
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Saturday 05/17
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 05/16
Missouri
0
Baseball
4
Friday 05/16
NCAA Missouri Regional - RD 2
Golf - Men
270
Friday 05/16
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 05/16
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Thursday 05/15
Missouri
4
Baseball
9
Thursday 05/15
NCAA Missouri Regional - RD 1
Golf - Men
289
Thursday 05/15
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Thursday 05/15
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Sunday 05/11
Texas A&M
6
Baseball
5
Saturday 05/10
Texas A&M
3
Baseball
7
Saturday 05/10
Third Round
Golf - Women
905
Friday 05/09
Texas A&M
2
Baseball
3
Friday 05/09
Second Round
Golf - Women
604
Thursday 05/08
First Round
Golf - Women
309
Sunday 05/04
Ole Miss
1
Baseball
11
Sunday 05/04
Florida
5
Softball
1
Sunday 05/04
Payton Jordan Invitational
T&F - Women
Sunday 05/04
Payton Jordan Invitational
T&F - Men
Saturday 05/03
Florida
11
Softball
0
Saturday 05/03
Ole Miss
7
Baseball
4
Friday 05/02
Ole Miss
3
Baseball
2
Friday 05/02
Florida
8
Softball
3
Friday 05/02
Arkansas Twilight
T&F - Women
Friday 05/02
Arkansas Twilight
T&F - Men
Wednesday 04/30
Oklahoma
10
Softball
2
Tuesday 04/29
Missouri State
1
Baseball
4
Sunday 04/27
Mississippi State
8
Softball
0
Sunday 04/27
SEC Championship - Final RD
Golf - Men
275
Sunday 04/27
Drake Relays
T&F - Men
Sunday 04/27
Drake Relays
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/26
Auburn (DH Game 2)
7
Baseball
2
Saturday 04/26
Auburn (DH Game 1)
3
Baseball
4
Saturday 04/26
Red-White Game
Football
Saturday 04/26
Mississippi State
18
Softball
7
Saturday 04/26
SEC Championship - RD 2
Golf - Men
287
Saturday 04/26
Drake Relays
T&F - Men
Saturday 04/26
Drake Relays
T&F - Women
Friday 04/25
Auburn
2
Baseball
1
Friday 04/25
Mississippi State
4
Softball
6
Friday 04/25
SEC Championship - RD 1
Golf - Men
280
Friday 04/25
Drake Relays
T&F - Men
Thursday 04/24
Penn Relays
T&F - Women
Wednesday 04/23
Northwestern State
3
Baseball
15
Tuesday 04/22
Northwestern State
1
Baseball
8
Sunday 04/20
Kentucky
0
Softball
8
Sunday 04/20
Vanderbilt
1
Baseball
3
Sunday 04/20
Third Round
Golf - Women
892
Saturday 04/19
Vanderbilt
2
Baseball
1
Saturday 04/19
Kentucky
7
Softball
5
Saturday 04/19
Second Round
Golf - Women
591
Saturday 04/19
War Eagle Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/19
Mt. Sac Relays
T&F - Men
Friday 04/18
Vanderbilt
2
Baseball
6
Friday 04/18
Kentucky
4
Softball
3
Friday 04/18
First Round
Golf - Women
6
Friday 04/18
Mt. Sac Relays
T&F - Women
Friday 04/18
NCAA Championship
Gymnastics
Wednesday 04/16
Missouri (SEC Tournament - Day 1)
4
Tennis - Women
0
Wednesday 04/16
LSU
4
Tennis - Men
1
Tuesday 04/15
Stephen F. Austin
2
Baseball
7
Sunday 04/13
LSU
4
Baseball
10
Sunday 04/13
South Carolina
6
Softball
4
Saturday 04/12
South Carolina
7
Softball
5
Saturday 04/12
LSU
1
Tennis - Men
4
Saturday 04/12
LSU
5
Baseball
4
Saturday 04/12
LSU
4
Tennis - Women
1
Saturday 04/12
John McDonnell Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/12
John McDonnell Invitational
T&F - Men
Friday 04/11
LSU
5
Baseball
3
Friday 04/11
South Carolina
10
Softball
11
Wednesday 04/09
UNLV
2
Baseball
9
Wednesday 04/09
Tulsa
4
Softball
1
Tuesday 04/08
UNLV
10
Baseball
7
Sunday 04/06
Tennessee
4
Tennis - Women
0
Sunday 04/06
University of Tennessee
4
Tennis - Men
0
Sunday 04/06
Aggie Invitational - Final RD
Golf - Men
301
Sunday 04/06
Final Round
Golf - Women
Saturday 04/05
South Carolina
0
Baseball
7
Saturday 04/05
Alabama (DH - Game 2)
4
Softball
3
Saturday 04/05
NCAA Regional Championship
Gymnastics
Saturday 04/05
Alabama (DH - Game 1)
12
Softball
1
Saturday 04/05
Aggie Invitational - 36 Holes
Golf - Men
606
Saturday 04/05
Second/Third Round Matches
0
Golf - Women
2
Saturday 04/05
Arkansas Spring Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/05
Arkansas Spring Invitational
T&F - Men
Friday 04/04
Alabama
8
Softball
0
Friday 04/04
South Carolina (DH Game 2)
1
Baseball
4
Friday 04/04
University of Georgia
4
Tennis - Men
0
Friday 04/04
South Carolina (DH Game 1)
2
Baseball
1
Friday 04/04
Georgia
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 04/04
Louisiana Tech
0
Tennis - Women
4
Friday 04/04
First Round
Golf - Women
291
Wednesday 04/02
Nebraska
6
Baseball
4
Tuesday 04/01
Nebraska
3
Baseball
4
Tuesday 04/01
Missouri State
0
Softball
9
Sunday 03/30
Mississippi State
5
Baseball
1
Sunday 03/30
Texas A&M
11
Softball
7
Sunday 03/30
University of South Carolina
4
Tennis - Men
0
Sunday 03/30
South Carolina
4
Tennis - Women
0
Saturday 03/29
Mississippi State (DH Game 2)
5
Baseball
1
Saturday 03/29
Texas A&M (DH - Game 2)
9
Softball
8
Saturday 03/29
Mississippi State (DH Game 1)
0
Baseball
4
Saturday 03/29
Texas A&M (DH - Game 1)
8
Softball
7
Saturday 03/29
Texas Relays
T&F - Women
Saturday 03/29
Texas Relays
T&F - Men
Friday 03/28
Florida
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 03/28
University of Florida
3
Tennis - Men
4
Wednesday 03/26
Mississippi Valley State
0
Baseball
3
Tuesday 03/25
Mississippi Valley State (DH Game 2)
1
Baseball
12
Tuesday 03/25
Jackson State
3
Softball
1
Tuesday 03/25
Jackson State
4
Softball
7
Tuesday 03/25
Mississippi Valley State (DH Game 1)
0
Baseball
6
Tuesday 03/25
Bethune-Cookman
1
Tennis - Women
6
Tuesday 03/25
North Florida
2
Tennis - Women
5
Tuesday 03/25
Valspar Invitational At Floridian - Final RD
Golf - Men
279
Monday 03/24
California
75
Basketball - Men
64
Monday 03/24
Valspar Invitational At Floridian - 36 Holes
Golf - Men
569
Sunday 03/23
Oral Roberts
0
Tennis - Women
6
Sunday 03/23
Ole Miss
7
Softball
15
Sunday 03/23
Alabama
0
Baseball
1
Sunday 03/23
Mississippi State
4
Tennis - Men
2
Sunday 03/23
Mississippi State
1
Tennis - Women
4
Saturday 03/22
Alabama
1
Baseball
2
Saturday 03/22
SEC Championship
Gymnastics
Saturday 03/22
Ole Miss
13
Softball
6
Saturday 03/22
Second/Third Rounds
Golf - Women
882
Friday 03/21
Alabama
17
Baseball
9
Friday 03/21
Ole Miss
11
Softball
4
Friday 03/21
Ole Miss
4
Tennis - Men
2
Friday 03/21
Ole Miss
4
Tennis - Women
3
Friday 03/21
First Round
Golf - Women
302
Wednesday 03/19
Memphis
0
Softball
4
Wednesday 03/19
Grambling State
0
Baseball
8
Tuesday 03/18
Indiana State
71
Basketball - Men
91
Tuesday 03/18
Grambling State
3
Baseball
4
Sunday 03/16
Florida
3
Baseball
9
Sunday 03/16
Missouri
3
Tennis - Women
4
Saturday 03/15
Florida
1
Baseball
0
Saturday 03/15
Tennessee (DH - G2)
8
Softball
0
Saturday 03/15
Tennessee (DH - G1)
4
Softball
5
Saturday 03/15
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Saturday 03/15
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 03/14
Oklahoma
Gymnastics
Friday 03/14
University of Nebraska-Omaha
0
Tennis - Men
5
Friday 03/14
University of Nebraska-Omaha
0
Tennis - Men
5
Friday 03/14
Florida
2
Baseball
1
Friday 03/14
Tennessee
9
Softball
2
Friday 03/14
Texas A&M
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 03/14
Texas A&M University
4
Tennis - Men
0
Friday 03/14
Prairie View A&M
0
Tennis - Women
5
Friday 03/14
Prairie View A&M
1
Tennis - Women
4
Friday 03/14
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Friday 03/14
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Thursday 03/13
South Carolina - 2nd Round
71
Basketball - Men
69
Wednesday 03/12
Tulsa
6
Softball
1
Sunday 03/09
California (DH Game 2)
2
Baseball
1
Sunday 03/09
California (DH Game 1)
4
Baseball
3
Sunday 03/09
Mississippi Valley State
5
Softball
13
Sunday 03/09
University of Alabama
3
Tennis - Men
4
Sunday 03/09
Bradley
1
Softball
9
Sunday 03/09
Alabama
4
Tennis - Women
0
Sunday 03/09
Bradley vs. Mississippi Valley State
Softball
Sunday 03/09
Third Round
Golf - Women
892
Saturday 03/08
Nebraska
Gymnastics
Saturday 03/08
Bradley
2
Softball
4
Saturday 03/08
Tulane
0
Baseball
4
Saturday 03/08
Alabama
83
Basketball - Men
58
Saturday 03/08
Mississippi Valley State
4
Softball
20
Saturday 03/08
Mississippi Valley State vs. Bradley
Softball
Saturday 03/08
Second Round
Golf - Women
597
Friday 03/07
San Francisco
2
Baseball
1
Friday 03/07
Auburn University
4
Tennis - Men
3
Friday 03/07
Auburn
4
Tennis - Women
3
Friday 03/07
First Round
Golf - Women
297
Wednesday 03/05
Ole Miss
63
Basketball - W
62
Wednesday 03/05
Ole Miss
80
Basketball - Men
110
Tuesday 03/04
Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - Final RD
Golf - Men
287
Monday 03/03
Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - RD 2
Golf - Men
296
Monday 03/03
IPFW (Cancelled)
Baseball
Sunday 03/02
MISSOURI
70
Basketball - W
72
Sunday 03/02
University of Kentucky
6
Tennis - Men
1
Sunday 03/02
Kentucky
4
Tennis - Women
0
Sunday 03/02
Querencia Cabo Collegiate Invitational - RD 1
Golf - Men
Saturday 03/01
Drake
7
Softball
4
Saturday 03/01
South Alabama (DH Game 2)
5
Baseball
3
Saturday 03/01
Georgia
Gymnastics
Saturday 03/01
Georgia
75
Basketball - Men
87
Saturday 03/01
Louisiana Tech vs. Stephen F. Austin
Softball
Saturday 03/01
South Alabama (DH Game 1)
2
Baseball
1
Saturday 03/01
Louisiana Tech
1
Softball
9
Saturday 03/01
Drake vs. Stephen F. Austin
Softball
Saturday 03/01
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Saturday 03/01
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 02/28
Drake
6
Softball
10
Friday 02/28
Vanderbilt
6
Tennis - Women
1
Friday 02/28
South Alabama
1
Baseball
12
Friday 02/28
Stephen F. Austin
7
Softball
6
Friday 02/28
Vanderbilt University
7
Tennis - Men
0
Friday 02/28
Louisiana Tech vs. Drake
Softball
Friday 02/28
Louisiana Tech vs. Stephen F. Austin
Softball
Friday 02/28
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 02/28
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Thursday 02/27
TEXAS A&M
77
Basketball - W
54
Thursday 02/27
No. 17/15 Kentucky
67
Basketball - Men
71
Sunday 02/23
SIU-Edwardsville
0
Tennis - Men
4
Sunday 02/23
Eastern Illinois
3
Baseball
8
Sunday 02/23
LSU
53
Basketball - W
57
Sunday 02/23
SIU-Edwardsville
1
Tennis - Men
6
Sunday 02/23
Harvard
4
Softball
9
Sunday 02/23
Bayou City Collegiate Championships - Final RD
Golf - Men
282
Saturday 02/22
Mississippi State
69
Basketball - Men
73
Saturday 02/22
Florida Gulf Coast
7
Softball
14
Saturday 02/22
Eastern Illinois
3
Baseball
8
Saturday 02/22
Oklahoma State University
5
Tennis - Men
2
Saturday 02/22
Bayou City Collegiate Championships - RD 2
Golf - Men
286
Saturday 02/22
Villanova
0
Softball
12
Saturday 02/22
SEC Championships - Day Five
Swim & Dive
Saturday 02/22
Alex Wilson Invitational
T&F - Men
Friday 02/21
Kentucky
Gymnastics
Friday 02/21
Eastern Illinois
2
Baseball
6
Friday 02/21
North Dakota
1
Softball
20
Friday 02/21
Eastern Michigan
0
Softball
13
Friday 02/21
Bayou City Collegiate Championships - RD 1
Golf - Men
287
Friday 02/21
SEC Championships - Day Four
Swim & Dive
Thursday 02/20
VANDERBILT
56
Basketball - W
50
Thursday 02/20
SEC Championships - Day Three
Swim & Dive
Wednesday 02/19
South Carolina
64
Basketball - Men
71
Wednesday 02/19
Northwestern State
1
Softball
9
Wednesday 02/19
SEC Championships - Day Two
Swim & Dive
Tuesday 02/18
Third Round
Golf - Women
867
Tuesday 02/18
SEC Championships - Day One
Swim & Dive
Monday 02/17
Second Round
Golf - Women
571
Sunday 02/16
Appalachian State
3
Baseball
8
Sunday 02/16
UMKC
0
Softball
10
Sunday 02/16
Purdue
5
Tennis - Women
2
Sunday 02/16
UMKC vs. Butler
Softball
Sunday 02/16
Gator Invitational - Final RD
Golf - Men
279
Sunday 02/16
First Round
Golf - Women
288
Saturday 02/15
St. John's
0
Softball
10
Saturday 02/15
LSU
70
Basketball - Men
81
Saturday 02/15
Butler vs. UMKC
Softball
Saturday 02/15
Appalachian State
6
Baseball
7
Saturday 02/15
Tyson Invitational
T&F - Men
Saturday 02/15
Tyson Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 02/15
Jackson State vs. St. John's
Softball
Saturday 02/15
Gator Invitational - 36 Holes
Golf - Men
570
Saturday 02/15
Husky Invitational
T&F - Women
Friday 02/14
UMKC vs. Jackson State
Softball
Friday 02/14
University of Tulsa
4
Tennis - Men
3
Friday 02/14
Florida
Gymnastics
Friday 02/14
Appalachian State
2
Baseball
12
Friday 02/14
St. John's
1
Softball
8
Friday 02/14
St. John's vs. UMKC
Softball
Friday 02/14
Oklahoma
5
Tennis - Women
2
Friday 02/14
Tyson Invitational
T&F - Men
Friday 02/14
Tyson Invitational
T&F - Women
Friday 02/14
Jackson State vs. Butler
Softball
Thursday 02/13
ALABAMA
55
Basketball - W
75
Thursday 02/13
Butler
1
Softball
8
Thursday 02/13
Missouri
86
Basketball - Men
85
Thursday 02/13
Jackson State
0
Softball
8
Sunday 02/09
Purdue University
6
Tennis - Men
1
Sunday 02/09
SOUTH CAROLINA
67
Basketball - W
49
Sunday 02/09
Baylor
5
Softball
0
Saturday 02/08
Washington
6
Softball
1
Saturday 02/08
Vanderbilt
75
Basketball - Men
77
Saturday 02/08
San Diego
1
Softball
10
Saturday 02/08
New Mexico Collegiate Classic
T&F - Men
Saturday 02/08
Armory Collegiate Invite
T&F - Women
Friday 02/07
UNLV
4
Softball
12
Friday 02/07
LSU
Gymnastics
Friday 02/07
UC Davis
5
Softball
4
Friday 02/07
University of Texas-Pan American
1
Tennis - Men
6
Friday 02/07
University of Texas-Pan American
1
Tennis - Men
6
Thursday 02/06
FLORIDA
49
Basketball - W
55
Wednesday 02/05
Alabama
58
Basketball - Men
65
Sunday 02/02
AUBURN
56
Basketball - W
48
Sunday 02/02
University of Minnesota
6
Tennis - Men
1
Sunday 02/02
Oklahoma State
6
Tennis - Women
0
Saturday 02/01
LSU
88
Basketball - Men
74
Saturday 02/01
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
3
Tennis - Men
4
Saturday 02/01
Razorback Team Invitational
T&F - Men
Saturday 02/01
Kansas
91
Swim & Dive
207
Saturday 02/01
Vanderbilt
83
Swim & Dive
203
Saturday 02/01
Razorback Team Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 02/01
Southern Illinois
0
Tennis - Women
7
   
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2014 Razorback Soccer Class

02/07/2014
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - On the heels of a trip to the NCAA Final Round of 16, Head Coach Colby Hale has announced the addition of 13 new members for the 2014 season.

“This class has tremendous potential," said Hale. "They come from some of the top club and high school programs in the country. They have been coached by some of the top coaches, and play in the top leagues this country has to offer. This group has depth, versatility, championship pedigree, talent and athleticism. They will be joining a group that returns a large majority of a team that just went to the Final Round of 16 and broke virtually every record in program history. Every one of them will be given an opportunity to compete for time. Our culture embraces competition and there should be plenty of that in the Fall.”

2014 Razorback Soccer Signing Class
Name Position Height Hometown High School Club Team
Gabriella DeLeon Defender/Midfielder 5'7" Rowlett, Texas Rowlett High School Sting 96 ECNL
Jordan Duffer Goalkeeper 5'10" Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces High School El Paso Storm
Madison Hall Midfielder/Forward 5'8" Roanoke, Texas Byron Nelson High School
D'Feeters
Jessica Hartzler Defender/Midfielder 5'8" Kearney, Mo. Kearney High School Sporting Blue Valley
Jordan Jones Defender 5'4" Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission South Sporting Blue Valley
Katie Kienstra Forward/Midfielder/Defender 5'7" Florissant, Mo. Incarnate Word Academy St. Louis Scott Gallagher
Madison Leenher Midfielder/Forward 5'4" Plano, Texas John Paul II High School Solar '96 ECNL
Nicole Ortega Forward 5'6" Springfield, Mo. Springfield Catholic HS St. Louis Scott Gallagher
Sarah Price Forward 5'4" Frontenac, Mo. Visitation Academy Saint Louis St. Louis Scott Gallagher
Qyara Winston Defender 5'6" Garland, Texas Richardson High School Sting '96 ECNL
Taylor Sancegraw Forward 5'3" Farmington, Mo. Farmington High School St. Louis Scott Gallagher
Reid Sibley Forward/Midfielder 5'6" Carrollton, Texas Hebron High School Solar '96 ECNL
Abby Sieperda Forward 5'7" Shawnee, Kan. Mill Valley High School Sporting Blue Valley
Gabriella DeLeon
Defender/Midfielder 5'7" Rowlett, Texas Rowlett High School Sting ECNL 96
  • Soccer Honors: Tabbed a three-star prospect by Top Drawer Soccer; 2010/2011 USYSA Southern Regional Champion, 2010 USYSA National Finalist, 2012 ECNL National Finalist, 2013 ECNL National Finalist, Freshman Starter, 2012 Co-District Champions, 2013 Co-District Champions, senior captain, 2012/2013 Bi-District Champions
  • Family: Paul and Patricia DeLeon
  • Career Plans: Own my own dental practice
  • Other Honors: National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society
  • Why Arkansas? Arkansas feels like home. I love the coaches, the city and I really see myself fitting in well in this welcoming yet competitive environment.
  • Quotes:

    "Gabby 'Ponce' is going to be an outstanding addition for the Razorbacks soccer program. She has so many of the qualities they look for, on and off the field. She's hard working, she's good in the air and very smart tactically. She is an incredible team mate as well. I have enjoyed watching her development in our club and know she will continue to get better at Arkansas" - Beau Brown, Sting '96 ECNL

    "Ponce is another versatile player. She has has good athleticism, tremendous work rate, good technique and could probably play any position on the field. She has the physical tools, but we also believe many of the intangibles that we look for. Her club coach, Tatu and her club, Sting, do a good job of preparing the girls for top class college soccer and we believe Ponce will fit in very well with the direction of our program." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Jordan Duffer
Goalkeeper 5'10" Las Cruces, N.M. Las Cruces High School El Paso Storm
  • Family: Sean and Dawn Duffer
  • Major: Sports Medicine
  • Other Honors: National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society
  • Why Arkansas? I believe going to Arkansas will help me to be the best that I can be and help me achieve my goals and dreams as an athlete. The coaching staff is phenomenal and I couldn't be more excited to attend such an amazing college.
  • Quotes:

    "Jordan is extremely athletic and the most competitive player I have coached. She has been playing at the U18 level since she was in seventh grade. She shows excellent command of her back line and can adapt to any level of play. She makes the hardest of saves look the easiest. Apart from being an excellent individual talent she is an excellent team player that puts the team first. I am proud to say Jordan is a full product of El Paso Storm." - Oscar Mendoza, El Paso Storm

    "Jordan has tremendous upside. She has a great mentality for a goalkeeper. Her size and athleticism mean the sky is the limit for her potential. She is a little under the radar but will bring a chip on her shoulder which we like. Jordan has all the tools to be a fantastic keeper." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Madison Hall
Midfielder/Forward 5'8" Roanoke, Texas Byron Nelson D'Feeters
  • Soccer Honors: Four-star recruit; Ranked as the No. 19 player in Texas, NTSSA ODP (2009-12); ODP State Team/R3 Pool (2010); id2 Region Camp (2009); US Soccer National ID Camp (2010); Puma Women's Elite Showcase (2011); Topdrawer Soccer Region Top 5 (2011); US Soccer Federation Training (2010-12); 2012 US International Team, Germany (2012); 4 Time ECNL All-Tournament Team (2012-13); Varsity Soccer (2010- present); Dallas Morning News Leader Scorer List (2011); Varsity Team Captain (2011-12); District Offensive Player of the Year (2012); 1st Team All-District (2013); Varsity Captain (2014).
  • Family: Chris and Kara Hall, Angela Hall (Mother)
  • Major: Kinesiology
  • Career Plans: Play Professional Soccer, then become Physical Therapist, trainer and Soccer Coach
  • Other Honors: 2013 All-American Team
  • Why Arkansas? I remember not knowing what to expect. Everyone had opinions of every school I visited and I was really trying hard to keep an open mind. I had been going on visits and really didn't know what I wanted. My dad had told me that I would just know when it was the right place for me. I would feel it inside. When I got to the Arkansas campus and was met by the coaches, I felt very welcome like I was at home. I loved the different personalities of the coaches. They already knew so much about me and cared about the players and building a great team. I walked through campus meeting different people and that feeling just hit me. I knew Arkansas was where I wanted to be.
  • Quotes:

    "Madison is the complete package. She has skill, speed and vision of the field. She can change the game in an instant." - Hugh Bradford, D'Feeters Soccer Club

    "Madi has all the physical tools to be very good. She has great size, athleticism, both pure speed and quickness and good instincts around goal. She has played all over the field for both club and ID teams. Coach Hugh Bradford and the D’Feeters club does a great job in development and Madi is a testament to that. She has been called into a few Regional and National level camps and has a hunger to be great." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Jessica Hartzler
Defender/Midfielder 5'8" Kearney, Mo. Kearney High School Sporting Blue Valley
  • Soccer Honors: A three-star recruit; Starter for Vlatko Andonovski Futura Academy; three-time Missouri State Cup Champion; B-Flight ECNL Nationals Champion; Starter for Huw Williams on KCFC- SBV; 3rd place ECNL Nationals A-Flight; All-Conference; All-District; All-Kansas City; All-Metro; All- State; Heart of America Tournament MVP; Team Captain.
  • Family: Stephanie and Randy Hartzler
  • Major: Pre- Physical Therapy
  • Career Plans: Being a Physical Therapist
  • Other Honors: Academic All-American, Principals Honor Roll (4.0 GPA)
  • Why Arkansas? This University has amazing support from the community. I come from a small town where the entire town supported one school. I believe this University provides that feel but increased like 100 times.
  • Quotes:

    "Jessi plays with grit and passion. She is a tough man marker at the back who prides herself in dominating per opponent. She will do anything for her team and is both highly popular and at the same time highly respected by her peers. The Arkansas soccer community will enjoy watching her for the next four years." - Huw Williams, Sporting Blue Valley

    "Jessi is a versatile defensive player that comes from a top team. She can play anywhere in the backline as well as in the midfield. She has one of the more well-rounded games of the group. She is fantastic in the air, moves well and is comfortable on the ball. She comes from one of the top teams in the country, Sporting FC, and plays for one of the most respected club coaches in the ECNL in Huw Williams. Those should help her in her transition to the SEC and college soccer." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Jordan Jones
Defender 5'4" Shawnee, Kan. Shawnee Mission South BU Sporting
  • Soccer Honors: Three-year team captain, two-time state champion, helped her team to a fourth-place finish at nationals.
  • Family: Michael Jones
  • Major: Business
  • Other Honors: Honor Roll student
  • Why Arkansas? I feel at home in Arkansas. I love the coaching staff and want to be a part of making Razorback soccer a successful program.
  • Quotes:

    "Jo is a leader both on and off the field. She will lead by example and by encouraging others. She is the type of player who will run through a brick wall for her team. One of the toughest players I have coached. Her pace also helps her at both ends of the filed as it helps her cover and recover defensively while at the same time enables her to make surging attacking runs from the back. Joe's true character is seen off the field where she shows a passion for helping others and act as a great teammate" - Huw Williams, Sporting Blue Valley

    "We saw Jo play outside back in the ECNL National Semi-Finals and not only did she do well, she stood out. She's strong, she has very good pace and is a tough 1v1 defender. Opponents earn everything they get in competing against her. She will be a part of a very good defensive group that, I expect, will only help continue her development" - Head Coach Colby Hale

Katie Kienstra
Forward/Mid/Defender 5'7" Florissant, Mo. Incarnate Word Academy St. Louis Scott Gallagher
  • Soccer Honors: Four-star prospect; Ranked as the No. 17 player in the Midwest Region, Four-year letter winner on Varsity Team; Conference, Sectional and District Champions, State Semi-Finals Class 3 (Spring 2011); Conference, Sectional, and District Champions and State Quarter-Finalist (Spring 2012); Second Team All- Conference (Spring 2012); Conference, Sectional and District Champions and State Quarter-Finalist (Spring 2013); Second Team All-Conference (Spring 2013); State Cup Region 2 Semi-Finalist 2010; Top Drawer Soccer Top 20 Players To Watch; Heartland Region 2011,2012,2013; ECNL Clubs National League 2010-2014; ECNL U17 National Finalist, 2nd Place (2013).
  • Family: Jill and Tom Kienstra
  • Major: Undecided
  • Career Plans: Dentist
  • Other Honors: Honor Roll all four years
  • Why Arkansas? After visiting other schools, I decided Arkansas was the perfect fit. It has everything that I like. I feel like I connect with the coaches well. The campus is beautiful and I know it is a place where I can do what I love while living up to my full potential.
  • Quotes:

    "Katie is one of the most all-around players on the team. She can play several positions and them well. She is very good in the air and tackling. Fun fact: Katie is most famous for singing "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey." - Steve Pecher, St. Louis/Scott Gallagher Soccer Club

    "Katie is a grinder. She is tough, has great work ethic is fantastic in the air but her elite attribute is her mentality. Katie is going to do whatever the teams needs her to do to win. She has some intangibles that we believe will excel in college. Steve Pecher, her club coach, has used her in the midfield, wide and up front and she has been instrumental in her team’s success." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Madison Leenher
Midfielder/Forward 5'4" Plano, Tx. John Paul II High School Solar '96 ECNL
  • Soccer Honors: 2010 Spring Classic Finalist; 2010 Texas Cup Showcase Bracket Champion; 2010 Qualified for Region III West Regional Tournament; 2011 Disney Showcase Champions; 2011 International Cup Champions; 2013 International Cup Champions; Second Team All-State; MVP Offensive Award; Tapps 1-5A All District Honorable Mention; First Team All-District.
  • Family: Heather Warborg
  • Major: Physical Therapy
  • Career Plans: Become a Physical Therapist
  • Other Honors: Honorable Mention in the National Spanish Exam
  • Why Arkansas? When touring schools, Arkansas was the place that made me feel most at home. I love the environment around the campus. With the academics and athletics, it seemed to me to be somewhere I would excel and make a lot of good memories.
  • Quotes:

    "Maddie is a superb athlete and a true center midfielder that filtrates every play, getting to every ball. She is a tenacious, possession-oriented player and a great passer of the ball. Maddie is also a great header of the ball, which makes her very dangerous on set plays." - Adrian Solca, Chelsea Solar '96 ECNL

    "Maddie has the makings of a good two-way midfielder. She covers ground, is good in the air and good on the ball. What I look forward to most is her competitiveness. This program thrives on it and I believe she has an edge to her game that this team will appreciate. She's a fighter, and that has proven to work well here" - Head Coach Colby Hale

Nicole Ortega
Forward 5'6" Springfield, Mo. Springfield Catholic HS St. Louis Scott Gallagher
  • Soccer Honors: Four-star recruit; Ranked as the No. 14 player in the Midwest Region; Started every varsity game as a freshman and sophomore; 1st Team All-State Conference (2011, 2012); 1st Team All-Region (2011, 2012); 1st Team All-Ozark (2011, 2012); 1st Team All-State (2011,2012); Class 1 State Champions (2011); Class 1 3rd Place in State (2012).
  • Family: Sheila and Vic Ortega
  • Major: Health Sciences
  • Other Honors: A-Honor Roll all four years; Member of National Honor Society; Head Food Char for MDA Fundraiser
  • Why Arkansas? Arkansas checks everything on my list. From having incredible academics, to being in the SEC with awesome athletics, Arkansas seems like the perfect fit for me.
  • Quotes:

    "Nicole grew up playing in Springfield, Mo. and joined SLSG two years ago. She is a very good attacking player with the skill to take players on with her speed and touch on the ball. Fun fact: Nicole needs to be chewing gum while playing." - Steve Pecher, St. Louis/Scott Gallagher Soccer Club

    "Nicole has tons of speed, a great change of direction, can use both feet and tremendous work rate. Nicole wants to get better. She has a lot of versatility concerning where she can play on the field. The SLSG coaches used her in many different roles, all with the same level of success." - Head Coach Colby Hale

     

Sarah Price
Forward 5'4" Frontenac, Mo. Visitation Academy Saint Louis St. Louis Scott Gallagher
  • Soccer Honors: Four-star recruit; Ranked as the No. 18 player in the Midwest Region; Second Team All-State (2011); All-Conference Honorable Mention (2012); Second Team All-Conference (2013).
  • Family: Mary and Bryan Price
  • Major: Undecided
  • Other Honors: National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society.
  • Why Arkansas? After meeting the coaches, touring the facilities, and their academic options, it was an easy decision. Arkansas has everything I was looking for in order to pursue both my soccer and academic goals.
  • Quotes:

    "Sarah has a very quick first step with the ball which allows her to attack one on one situations, and she is a very good finisher in the penalty area. Sara has a great personality off the field as well. Fun Fact: Sarah always has to back into her parking spot." - Steve Pecher, St. Louis/Scott Gallagher Soccer Club

    "There is a lot to like about Sarah. She brings so much personality on and off the field. She has a blend of bite and finesse. She is good on the dribble and around goal but also plays with a toughness that will endear her to our culture. The SLSG team she played on scored a ton of goals and Pricey’s creativeness has a lot to do with that." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Qyara Winston
Midfielder 5'4" Frontenac, Mo. Visitation Academy Saint Louis St. Louis Scott Gallagher
  • Soccer Honors: Three-star prospect; Newcomer of the year; Defensive Player of the Year; MVP
  • Family: Lajuan Harris
  • Major: Pharmacy
  • Career Plans: Become a Pharmacy Technician
  • Other Honors: Honor Roll since Junior High; Presidential Award; National Honor Society; Beta Club; Student Council
  • Why Arkansas? I chose Arkansas because I love the bond that you build with your teammates. The coaches remind me of the coaches I have now and I feel as is I'm at home, but in a new family.
  • Quotes:

    "Arkansas is getting a fantastic player that is physically and mentally tough. Her love and passion for the game will serve her well at college. She's not just a great player, she is an exceptional person." - Antonio "Tatu" Pecorari, Sting '96 ECNL

    "Q is one of the most athletic backs in the country. She has good leadership, tremendous toughness and from a defensive standpoint a lot of tools. She can play anywhere in the backline, and I know her club team even has used her up front at times. Tatu, Kenny Medina and the whole Sting staff speak very highly of both her play and her leadership. Q has played in 2 National Finals and that winning pedigree will suit her well at Arkansas." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Taylor Sancegraw
Forward 5'3" Farmington, Mo. Farmington High School St. Louis Scott Gallagher
  • Soccer Honors: A four-star prospect; Top Drawer Class #4 Region Ranking; 2014 #57 Player National Ranking; 2014 #16 Ranked Forward in the Country; ODP State Team; ODP Regiona Pool; ODP Interregional National Camp; Nike Id2 Invite; ECNL PDP Invite; ECNL All-Event Team; Top Drawer Soccer Star Recruit; All-Confernece 1st Team as a Freshman, Sophomore and Junior; All-District 1st Team as a Freshman, Sophomore and Junior; All-Region 1st Team as a Freshman, Sophomore and Junior; All-State 1st Team as a Freshman, Sophomore and Junior; All Region Offensive Player of the Year as a Freshman and Sophomore; All-Region Player of the Year as a Junior; All-Midwest as a Junior; KTJJ Dream Team as a Freshman, Sophomore and Junior; KTJJ Dream Team Player of the Year as a Junior; High School Records Held: Career Assists, Career Goals, Career Points, Goals in Assists, Assists in a Season, Points in a Season.
  • Family: Heather and Rusty Sancegraw
  • Major: Pre-Med
  • Career Plans: I hope to go into the medical field and work with children with terminal illnesses.
  • Other Honors: Member of National Honor Society
  • Why Arkansas? I loved everything about it here. I really felt at home both times I visited and I knew this was where I wanted to be. All the support both academically and athletically was awesome. I met some of the advisors and I knew that I would get any help I needed with school. Then I met the coaches who were really easy to get along with, but also very determined and competitive as well. I knew they were going places with the program and I wanted to be a part of that.
  • Quotes:

    "Taylor has played with St. Louis Scott Gallagher for nine years. She has been the most consistent goal-scorer on the team. Taylor is very good at distributing the ball and she can find players making runs in behind the opposing back lines." - Steve Pecher, St. Louis/Scott Gallagher Soccer Club

    "Taylor has some pretty unique attacking qualities. She has a low center of gravity, a fantastic left foot and a natural ability to create her own shot. She has joined us in the spring and I think that always helps with the transition from a soccer standpoint. Steve Pecher and the SLSG Gallagher staff have done wonderful job and Tay choosing to forgo the spring of her senior year says a lot about her drive." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Reid Sibley
Midfielder 5'6" Carrollton, Texas Hebron High School Solar '96 ECNL
  • Soccer Honors: 2012-2013 ECNL All-Event Team; 3rd in ECNL National League (2013); 4 year varsity player; 2013 Offensive MVP; 2nd Team All-District (2011); 1st Team All-District (2012-2013); Lead District in Scoring (2013); Senior Captain (2013); Voted Most Athletic (2014).
  • Family: Lou Ann and Guy Sibley
  • Major: Undecided
  • Career Plans: I want to do something hands on such as Physical Therapy
  • Why Arkansas? It only took me one visit to fall in love with the university. The campus is beautiful. The size of the university and proximity to home were all things I was looking for. The coaching staff made me feel comfortable and I knew they would thrive to revive the program and win. They showed that in 2013 and I can’t wait to be a part of it. Wooo Pig Sooie!
  • Quotes:

    "One of the fastest players around, is always attacking the goal and she does it with a smile on her face. She could play just as well as an outside midfielder or forward. Reid is very dynamic, likes to combine and get behind the defense. She made the difference for our team on multiple occasions assisting or scoring vital goals." - Adrian Solca, Chelsea Solar '96 ECNL

    "Reid is a player that the more you watch, the more you like her. She has a great blend of toughness and production. She serves a great ball, is good around goal but really brings a wingers mentality in her approach of winning her 1v1 battle. She comes from the Solar club and Coach Adrian Solca who speaks to Reid’s impact on the team’s success." - Head Coach Colby Hale

Abby Sieperda
Forward 5'7" Shawnee, Kan. Mill Valley High School Sporting Blue Valley
  • Soccer Honors: Four-star recruit; ranked No. 97 overall nationally and No. 29 forward in the country; One of the Top Scorers in ECNL for past three years; Qualified for Nationals past three years; Nike ID Camp (2012); Journal World All-Area Player of the Year (2013); All-Area Soccer Team (2012,2013); All-State (2011,2012,2013); Top Goal Scorer in School History; All NESKA (2011,2012,2013).
  • Family: Tonia and Dean Sieperda
  • Major: Pre-Nursing
  • Career Plans: Become a P.A.
  • Other Honors: A/B Honor Roll; Top 30% in Graduating Class
  • Why Arkansas? I chose Arkansas because I love the atmosphere of a big school in a small town. The University has what I need to pursue my degree and my dream of playing soccer in the SEC. I felt a connection right away with the coaches. The Athletic Department, facilities and soccer program are top notch
  • Quotes:

    "Abby has proven herself at all levels of youth soccer having been among the country’s top goal-scorers in the ECNL for the past four years. On the field, she is fast, determined and plays with tenacity. Off the field Abby is just a joy to be around." - Huw Williams, Sporting Blue Valley

    "Abby is a pure goal-scorer. Right now she leads all of ECNL in goals scored with 22. She has good size, speed, technique, she can hold the ball, but obviously Abby’s elite quality is her ability to score goals. She plays for one of the top teams in the country in Sporting Blue Valley and Huw Williams calls her one of the best true goal-scorers he has coached." - Head Coach Colby Hale


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