false
349
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 - Men
Saturday 04/12
John McDonnell Invitational
T&F - Women
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 - Men
Saturday 04/05
Arkansas Spring Invitational
T&F - Women
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
Mississippi Valley State
5
Softball
13
Sunday 03/09
California (DH Game 1)
4
Baseball
3
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
75
Basketball - Men
87
Saturday 03/01
Georgia
Gymnastics
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
Florida
Gymnastics
Friday 02/14
University of Tulsa
4
Tennis - Men
3
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
Tyson Invitational
T&F - Men
Friday 02/14
Tyson Invitational
T&F - Women
Friday 02/14
Oklahoma
5
Tennis - Women
2
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 - Women
Saturday 02/01
Vanderbilt
83
Swim & Dive
203
Saturday 02/01
Kansas
91
Swim & Dive
207
Saturday 02/01
Razorback Team Invitational
T&F - Men
Saturday 02/01
Southern Illinois
0
Tennis - Women
7
Friday 01/31
Auburn
Gymnastics
Friday 01/31
North Texas
0
Tennis - Women
7
Thursday 01/30
TENNESSEE
70
Basketball - W
60
Tuesday 01/28
Missouri
75
Basketball - Men
71
Sunday 01/26
Georgia
5
Tennis - Women
0
Sunday 01/26
KENTUCKY
68
Basketball - W
58
Saturday 01/25
Auburn
67
Basketball - Men
86
Saturday 01/25
Rice
86
Swim & Dive
207
Saturday 01/25
Clemson
19
Swim & Dive
230
Saturday 01/25
East Tennessee State University
3
Tennis - Men
4
Saturday 01/25
Cherry and Silver Collegiate Invitational
T&F - Women
Friday 01/24
Alabama
Gymnastics
Friday 01/24
Dartmouth College
4
Tennis - Men
3
Friday 01/24
Kansas State
2
Tennis - Women
4
Wednesday 01/22
Tennessee
81
Basketball - Men
74
Sunday 01/19
Wichita State
3
Tennis - Women
4
Sunday 01/19
OLE MISS
65
Basketball - W
68
Sunday 01/19
University of Texas
7
Tennis - Men
0
Sunday 01/19
Wichita State
2
Tennis - Women
4
Saturday 01/18
Georgia
66
Basketball - Men
61
Friday 01/17
Missouri
Gymnastics
Friday 01/17
Arkansas vs Texas Dual
63
T&F - Women
91
Friday 01/17
Arkansas vs Texas Dual
68
T&F - Men
102
Friday 01/17
Mercer University
1
Tennis - Men
6
Friday 01/17
Mercer University
2
Tennis - Men
5
Thursday 01/16
GEORGIA
60
Basketball - W
58
Tuesday 01/14
No. 13/12 Kentucky
85
Basketball - Men
87
Sunday 01/12
MISSISSIPPI STATE
54
Basketball - W
50
Saturday 01/11
No. 10/11 Florida
84
Basketball - Men
82
Saturday 01/11
Alabama
172
Swim & Dive
128
Saturday 01/11
Kentucky
143.5
Swim & Dive
156.5
Friday 01/10
Western Michigan, Bridgeport
Gymnastics
Friday 01/10
Arkansas Invitational
T&F - Men
Friday 01/10
Arkansas Invitational
T&F - Women
Thursday 01/09
FLORIDA
59
Basketball - W
52
Wednesday 01/08
Texas A&M
69
Basketball - Men
53
Sunday 01/05
MISSOURI
66
Basketball - W
69
Saturday 01/04
UTSA
71
Basketball - Men
104
Thursday 01/02
SOUTH CAROLINA
55
Basketball - W
51
Saturday 12/28
High Point
48
Basketball - Men
89
Saturday 12/28
Mississippi Valley State
54
Basketball - W
100
Saturday 12/21
South Alabama
60
Basketball - Men
72
Friday 12/20
Tennessee Tech
53
Basketball - W
79
Thursday 12/19
Tennessee-Martin
56
Basketball - Men
102
Thursday 12/12
Savannah State
43
Basketball - Men
72
Tuesday 12/10
Tulsa
43
Basketball - W
81
Saturday 12/07
Northwestern State
53
Basketball - W
74
Saturday 12/07
Clemson
68
Basketball - Men
74
Friday 12/06
Creighton
3
Volleyball
1
Wednesday 12/04
Kansas
53
Basketball - W
64
Tuesday 12/03
Southeastern Louisiana
65
Basketball - Men
111
Saturday 11/30
Binghamton
23
Basketball - W
72
Friday 11/29
Southeast Missouri
37
Basketball - W
88
Friday 11/29
LSU
31
Football
27
Wednesday 11/27
Missouri
0
Volleyball
3
Wednesday 11/27
No. 11 Gonzaga
91
Basketball - Men
81
Tuesday 11/26
Minnesota
73
Basketball - Men
87
Monday 11/25
California
85
Basketball - Men
77
Sunday 11/24
Western Michigan
46
Basketball - W
61
Sunday 11/24
Mississippi State
0
Volleyball
3
Sunday 11/24
Duke
2
Soccer
2
Saturday 11/23
NCAA Championship
CC - Women
Saturday 11/23
Mississippi State
24
Football
17
Saturday 11/23
NCAA Championship
CC - Men
Saturday 11/23
Missouri Invite - Day Three
Swim & Dive
Friday 11/22
Missouri State
44
Basketball - W
78
Friday 11/22
South Carolina
0
Volleyball
3
Friday 11/22
St. John's (NY)
0
Soccer
1
Friday 11/22
Missouri Invite - Day Two
Swim & Dive
Thursday 11/21
Missouri Invite - Day One
Swim & Dive
Tuesday 11/19
Middle Tennessee State
51
Basketball - W
66
Monday 11/18
SMU
78
Basketball - Men
89
Saturday 11/16
Furman
45
Basketball - W
74
Friday 11/15
Louisiana
63
Basketball - Men
76
Friday 11/15
Oklahoma State
1
Soccer
2
Friday 11/15
NCAA South Central Regional
CC - Women
Friday 11/15
NCAA South Central Regional
CC - Men
Wednesday 11/13
Oral Roberts
33
Basketball - W
91
Sunday 11/10
Auburn
3
Volleyball
1
Saturday 11/09
Missouri State
88.5
Swim & Dive
203.5
Saturday 11/09
Ole Miss
34
Football
24
Friday 11/08
Alabama
3
Volleyball
1
Friday 11/08
SIU-Edwardsville
65
Basketball - Men
99
Friday 11/08
Sam Houston State (Elementary Day)
45
Basketball - W
81
Wednesday 11/06
No. 1 Florida
1
Soccer
0
Tuesday 11/05
Northeastern State (Exh.)
Basketball - Men
Monday 11/04
No. 9 Missouri
0
Soccer
4
Sunday 11/03
Missouri Southern (Exhibition)
Basketball - W
Sunday 11/03
Ole Miss
0
Volleyball
3
Sunday 11/03
Houston Cougar Invitational Day 3
Tennis - Women
Saturday 11/02
Auburn
35
Football
17
Saturday 11/02
Houston Cougar Invitational Day 2
Tennis - Women
Friday 11/01
MSSU
Basketball - Men
Friday 11/01
Kentucky
3
Volleyball
1
Friday 11/01
SEC Championship
CC - Women
Friday 11/01
SEC Championship
CC - Men
Friday 11/01
Houston Cougar Invitational Day 1
Tennis - Women
Thursday 10/31
Missouri
1
Soccer
2
Tuesday 10/29
Third Round
Golf - Women
851
Monday 10/28
Second Round
Golf - Women
562
Sunday 10/27
Red-White 2013
Basketball - Men
Sunday 10/27
Georgia
1
Soccer
0
Sunday 10/27
LSU
3
Volleyball
2
Sunday 10/27
First Round
Golf - Women
279
Sunday 10/27
FGCU Invitational Day 3
Tennis - Men
   
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Red Tie: A Look Back

02/21/2014
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In the late 1990’s the former Women’s Athletics Department and the Lady Razorback Foundation began a tradition of honoring its student-athletes for the successes at an event called the Salute To Excellence.

This tradition continues today as the unified department and the Razorback Foundation celebrate success for its student-athletes.

Honorees whose performance throughout their career serves to lift up their sport to new heights and whose character exemplifies the goals of the Razorback Athletic Department are selected. These men and women are the honored guests at the dinner and auction each year. Among the attributes considered for selection are: outstanding athletic achievement, demonstrated leadership ability, and a strong commitment toward academic achievement and community involvement. The past honorees of the Salute to Excellence serve as models to future generations of Razorbacks.

In 2014, six Razorback student-athletes were honored but we stop today to remember all of the selections.

Past honorees include:

1998 Krystal Osborne, Tina Rico and Jessica Field Volleyball
1999 Christy Smith Basketball
2000 Amy Yoder Women’s Cross Country/Track and Field
2001 Chin Bee Khoo Women’s Tennis
2002 DeeDee Brown and Gi-Gi Miller Women’s Track and Field
2003 Tiffany Woolley Softball
2004 Kattie Shepherd Swimming and Diving
2005 Veronica Campbell Women’s Track and Field
2006 Katie Hardman, Melissa Leigh, Audra Loveless,
  Hannah McLeod and Dana McQuillin Gymnastics
2007 Stacy Lewis Women’s Golf
2008 Sarah Pfeifer Women’s Basketball
  Allison Harris Soccer
  Stacy Lewis Women’s Golf Athlete of the Year
2009 Stephanie Carr Swimming and Diving
  Jonathan Luigs Football
  Aurelija Miseviciute Women’s Tennis
  Blake Strode Men’s Tennis
2010 Dorian Ulrey Men’s Cross Country/T&F Scholar-Athlete
  Katie Stripling Women’s XCX/T&F Scholar-Athlete
  Casey Jo Magee Gymnastics Athlete of the Year
  Michelle Stout Gymnastics Athlete of the Year
  Ben Tschepikow Baseball Athlete of the Year
  D.J. Williams Football Razorback Award
2011 Jessica Bachkora Softball Razorback Scholar-Athlete
  Jake Bequette Football Razorback Scholar-Athlete
  Kelli Shean Women’s Golf Spirit of the Razorback Award
  James McCann Baseball Spirit of the Razorback Award
  Yi-Ting Siow Swimming Athlete of the Year
  Ryan Mallett Football Athlete of the Year
  D.J. Williams Football Razorback Special Recognition
2012 Tara Diebold Track and Field Razorback Scholar-Athlete
  Lane Boyer Track and Field Razorback Scholar-Athlete
  Jaime Pisani Gymnastics Spirit of the Razorback Award
  DJ Baxendale Baseball Spirit of the Razorback Award
  Tina Sutej Track and Field Athlete of the Year
  Jarius Wright Football Athlete of the Year
  Joe Adams Football Athlete of the Year
2013 Austin Cook Men’s Golf Razorback Scholar-Athlete
  Hope McLemore Softball Razorback Scholar-Athlete
  Tyler Wilson Football Athlete of the Year
  Jaime Pisani Gymnastics Athlete of the Year
  Alfred Davis Football Spirit of the Razorback Award
  Emily Tubert Women’s Golf Spirit of the Razorback Award
  Patience Beard Cheerleading Special Recognition Award
2014 Keri Wood Women’s TF Razorback Scholar-Athlete
  Nathanael Franks Men’s FT Razorback Scholar-Athlete
  Makeba Alcide Women’s TF Athlete of the Year
  Kevin Lazas Men’s TF Athlete of the Year
  Bailee Zumwalde Gymnastics Spirit of the Razorback Award
  Keiro Small Football Spirit of the Razorback Award



1998

KRYSTAL OSBORNE, TINA RICO AND JESSICA FIELD
VOLLEYBALL

Krystal Osborne
The MVP of the 1997 SEC Tournament, Osborne's inspired play led Arkansas to a 3-0 upset of Florida for the conference title. Her flamboyant attacks gave Arkansas unmatched power on the left side. The Las Vegas, Nev., hitter established the school record for kills with 2,185 and ranked top 10 in NCAA history.

Tina Rico
Top 10 in NCAA history, this Las Vegas, Nev., setter ranked second on the SEC career lists with her 5,886 assists. A two-time all-SEC first team pick and three-time all-SEC academic team, Rico guided Arkansas to four straight SEC Western Division titles.

Jessica Field
Arkansas' first AVCA all-American, Field dominated competition her junior and senior seasons for the Lady'Backs, a combined 59-12. The Hermann, Mo., middle blocker broke all the UA and SEC records for blocks -- solo, assist and total -- during her career. In addition to her AVCA honors, she became the first Arkansas athlete to receive the prestigious H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar Athlete Award from the SEC.

1999

CHRISTY SMITH
BASKETBALL
The fifth Lady Razorback basketball player inducted into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor, Christy Smith Flowers lives forever in the memories of women’s basketball fans for her heroic leadership of the 1998 NCAA Final Four team. A point guard’s point guard, Smith exemplified the toughness and leadership expected on the court from her first days at Arkansas. Playing every minute of every SEC game as a freshman -- an astounding 445 consecutive minutes played -- Smith was voted the SEC Freshman of the Year and paced Arkansas into the NCAA Tournament for the first time since the SWC glory days. While her personal achievements caught the attention of the nation, it was her ability to rally -- both personally and through the team -- that endears her to Arkansas fans to this day. She became the first Lady’Back to lead the nation in a NCAA statistical category by shooting 89.9% at the free throw line as a freshman. Yet, one of her 15 missed free throws that season cost Arkansas a chance to advance to overtime versus Ole Miss. That loss put Arkansas at 1-3 for SEC games, but Smith would not be denied and led Arkansas on a 6-1 finish to give the Lady’Backs their best SEC finish in school history, 7-4, tied for fourth overall. As a sophomore, Smith had the best single free throw shooting game in Division I for the 1995-96 season, a 15-of-15 effort to defeat Ohio State in the preseason WNIT. Arkansas roared to a program- best start of 13-1, but the team faltered when Smith tore her ACL at Kentucky midway through conference play. Without Smith, the team accepted a NWIT berth.  Upon her return, Arkansas opened 12-1 including Smith leading the Lady’Backs’ first-ever win over Tennessee, but a tough close made Arkansas the bubble team left out of the NCAA Tournament. In her final season, Smith rallied Arkansas again into a NCAA bid, but with a ninth seed and the unenviable assignment to the Stanford-hosted subregional it appeared Smith would end her career short of her dream. But two flawless games from the West Lafayette, Ind., guard -- zero turnovers -- put Arkansas into the West Regional at Oakland. Defeating Kansas in the Sweet 16, but struggling from behind against eight-ranked Duke, Smith fulfilled her destiny appropriately at the free throw line. In the waning seconds, Duke fouled Smith twice and she calmly sank all four to send Arkansas to the Final Four in Kansas City. It remains to this day the only time an unranked team reached the Final Four.  Smith closed her career second all-time in assists and fifth in scoring. Only 31 assists shy of her coach, Amber Nicholas’, record, she certainly would have closed No. 1 in assists without her knee injury. She remains the highest scoring point guard in school history.

2000

AMY YODER
WOMEN’S XC/TRACK AND FIELD
With her double in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters at the 1999 SEC Outdoor Championship, the Kendallville, Ind., distance runner became the winningest Lady'Back with her 10th conference title. An incredibly versatile athlete, Yoder has won SEC titles from the 1,500 meters to the 10,000 meters. The 1998 Commissioner's Trophy winner at the SEC Indoor Championship, Yoder headed into the 1999-200 season as a nine-time all-American. Yoder was third in the nation at the 1998 NCAA Cross Country Championships and is the two-time defending SEC cross country champion.

2001

CHIN BEE KHOO
WOMEN’S TENNIS
One of the most successful singles players in Arkansas history, Chin Bee Khoo was the first multiple all-American. A three year standout at No. 1, Khoo led the Lady Razorbacks to their first NCAA Tournament round appearance in 1998 and to three NCAA team bids. An outstanding student, she was also selected as the honoree at the 2001 Red Tie Banquet Salute to Excellence.

2002

DEEDEE BROWN AND GI-GI MILLER
WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD

DeeDee Brown
A two-time All-American in the heptathlon as a member of Arkansas’ perennial championship track & field team, Brown has made an impact since the day she set foot on campus in the fall of 1998. During her competition days, Brown was one of just a select few to ever earn more than 5,700 points in the heptathlon. She won two Southeastern Conference Championships and still holds five school records in the pentathlon and heptathlon competitions. Brown earned her undergraduate degree in kinesiology, she completed her master's degree in sport management in December of 2004. Brown remained at the University becoming the first female African-American to be promoted to Associate Athletic Director. She oversaw academics for the Women’s Athletics Department.

Gi-Gi Miller
As a Razorback, Johnson joined the team in 2000 and made an immediate impact. In her first season at Arkansas, she was an All-American in the heptathlon after a second-place finish in the seven-event competition. The following season, she became Arkansas' seventh national champion when she won the 2001 NCAA indoor title in the triple jump. That year, she was a three-time All-America selection for her efforts in the indoor and outdoor triple jump and heptathlon. Also in 2001, Johnson was the SEC champion in the heptathlon. Her impact on the team was evident as Arkansas swept the indoor and outdoor SEC titles in 2000 and 2001. With Johnson's help, the Razorbacks also enjoyed national success with four top-10 NCAA finishes in 2000 and 2001, including a program-best third-place showing at the 2001 NCAA Indoor Championships. Johnson's name still reigns supreme in three events for Arkansas. She owns the school records in the indoor triple jump, outdoor triple jump and heptathlon. In a show of her dominance, Johnson still owns the top three marks in the indoor triple jump, four of the top-five marks in the outdoor triple jump and the top three scores in the heptathlon.

In 2008, Johnson was elected into the Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor in recognition of her outstanding collegiate career at Arkansas. She has enjoyed international success as a professional as a three-time participant (2001, 2005, 2007) at the World Championships. She has a lifetime best of 6,247 points in the heptathlon scored at the 2008 Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore.

2003

TIFFANY WOOLLEY
SOFTBALL
A Chancellor's Scholar, Wooley typifies the youth and excitement of the Lady Razorback softball team.

2004

KATTIE SHEPHERD
SWIMMING AND DIVING
Magna Cum Laude Graduate of the University of Arkansas…3.95 GPA in Microbiology…Currently Enrolled at Indiana University Medical School…2003 NCAA Woman of the Year for the State of Arkansas…2003 Verizon Academic All-American…2003 SEC Community Service Award Winner…Three-time CSCAA Academic All-American…2003 Lon Farrell Award for UA graduating athlete with highest GPA…Seven Semesters as Academic Champion (4.00 GPA)…in Women’s Athletics Department’s Academic Excellence Honor Roll…2003 NCAA All-American in 200 Freestyle Relay…Four-time University of Arkansas Record Holder…Multiple NCAA “B” Cut Qualifier…Team Captain as a Junior and Senior…Team MVP as a Junior & Rookie of the Year as a Freshman…Three-Time SEC Academic Honor Roll…Led Arkansas to Best NCAA Championships Finish in a Decade…Led Arkansas in the Classroom to the Nation’s Highest Team GPA…Fall 2002 – Highest GPA, All Divisions, Men’s or Women’s Teams…2002-03 – Best Overall GPA in Division I, Men’s or Women’s Teams…2003 SEC At-Large Good Works Team…2003 State of Arkansas Women’s Swimmer of the Year…University of Arkansas Student-Athlete Committee

2005

VERONICA CAMPBELL
WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD--Olympic and NCAA Champion
Post Collegiate Highlights…First Lady Razorback gold medalist in school history…First multiple gold medalist in school history…2004 Athens Olympic gold medalist at 200 meters and in the 4x100 meter relay…2004 Athens Olympic bronze medalist in the 100 meters…Jamaican national champion in the 100 and 200-meter dashes…Turned professional after her junior track season at Arkansas…Collegiate Highlights…2004 NCAA Champion at the Indoor 200 meters…Four-time all-American…2004 Indoor 60 meters…2004 Indoor 200 meters…2004 Indoor 4x100 meter relay…2004 Outdoor 4x100 meter relay…Three-time Southeastern Conference Champion…2004 Indoor 200 meters…2004 Outdoor 100 meters…2004 Outdoor 200 meters…Twice ran the year's fastest time in the world for 200 meters …indoors in 2004…Six-time UA record holder…2004 Indoor 60 meters…2004 Outdoor 100 meters…2004 Indoor and Outdoor 200 meters…2004 Indoor 4x100 meter relay…2004 Indoor 4x400 meter relay…2004 Southeastern Conference Indoor Championships record holder at 200 meters…Two-time SEC Athlete of the Week…2004 USTCA South Central Region Indoor Athlete of the Year…2004 USTCA South Central Region Outdoor Athlete of the Year…Returned to the University of Arkansas after the Olympics to pursue her degree in business

2006

KATIE HARDMAN, MELISSA LEIGH, AUDRA LOVELESS, HANNAH MCLEOD AND DANA MCQUILLIN
GYMNASTICS
The members of the class of 2006 were the pioneers of the program, signing at Arkansas in 2002…These five Gym’Backs have earned four SEC awards, 12 coaches association academic honors, put Arkansas in the top six in the country for attendance each year, made two NCAA Regional appearances and one NCAA Championship appearance and helped Arkansas earn the right to host the 2006 South Central Regional this year…Melissa Leigh became the first Gym’Back to earn all-Southeastern Conference honors in 2004…As sophomores, the Gym’Backs earned their first trip to NCAA Regional competition…As juniors, the Gym’Backs again earned an NCAA Regional selection, this time as one of the top 18 seeded teams in the country…Audra Loveless, Hannah McLeod and Dana McQuillin have earned selection to the NACGC/W Academic Honor Roll all three seasons with Melissa Leigh honored twice and Katie Hardman earning her first selection last year…Melissa Leigh entered the 2006 season as the bars record-holder while Katie Hardman is the school record-holder on the beam. Dana McQuillin is the record-holder for the all-around…Dana McQuillin became the first Gym’Back in school history to earn a trip to the NCAA Championships in 2005.

2007

STACY LEWIS
WOMEN’S GOLF
As a member of the University of Arkansas women’s golf team, Lewis won 12 collegiate events and was a four-time All-American. She was the 2005 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Freshman of the Year, the 2007 NCAA Division I National Champion and the 2008 SEC Championship Individual Medalist and Player of the Year. Away from collegiate competition, she won the 2006 Harder Hall Invitational, the 2006 Western Amateur and was a semi-finalist at the 2006 U.S. Women’s Amateur. She was the 2007 Southern Amateur Champion and the 2007 Dinah Shore Trophy Award recipient. Lewis was also a member of the victorious U.S. Team at the 2007 at Copa de las Americas and on the victorious 2008 U.S. Curtis Cup team, becoming the first player to go 5-0 in Curtis Cup history. Lewis is a two-time Golfweek and Golf Digest Women’s Amateur Player of the Year (2006-07) and was the top ranked amateur in the Golfweek/Titleist Women’s Amateur Rankings in 2008.

2008

SARAH PFEIFER
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
BS, Industrial Engineering, 2007…2005 and 2007 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year… 2005 ESPN The Magazine second-team academic all-district

ALLISON HARRIS
SOCCER
Second team all-SEC…Second-team academic all-American…Three-time first-team academic all-district VI…SEC scholar-athlete of the year…First soccer player to post perfect 4.0 GPA for 8 semesters…Four-year starter and team captain…Second on school’s all-time games started list

STACY LEWIS
WOMEN’S GOLF
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
As a member of the University of Arkansas women’s golf team, Lewis won 12 collegiate events and was a four-time All-American. She was the 2005 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Freshman of the Year, the 2007 NCAA Division I National Champion and the 2008 SEC Championship Individual Medalist and Player of the Year. Away from collegiate competition, she won the 2006 Harder Hall Invitational, the 2006 Western Amateur and was a semi-finalist at the 2006 U.S. Women’s Amateur. She was the 2007 Southern Amateur Champion and the 2007 Dinah Shore Trophy Award recipient. Lewis was also a member of the victorious U.S. Team at the 2007 at Copa de las Americas and on the victorious 2008 U.S. Curtis Cup team, becoming the first player to go 5-0 in Curtis Cup history. Lewis is a two-time Golfweek and Golf Digest Women’s Amateur Player of the Year (2006-07) and was the top ranked amateur in the Golfweek/Titleist Women’s Amateur Rankings in 2008.

2009

STEPHANIE CARR
SWIMMING AND DIVING

Senior swimmer Carr is one of the Razorbacks’ top distance freestyle swimmers, holding the Arkansas record in both the 1,000 free (9:44.46) and the 1,650 free (16:12.90). Carr’s best times in both events this season rank in the top 30 in the country. She was also part of the team that broke an 18-year-old school record in the 800 freestyle relay (7:19.14). During the 2007-08 season, Carr’s first after transferring to Arkansas from Georgia, she earned All-America honors in the 1,650. Carr was named an honorable-mention All-American twice before as a member of the Georgia Bulldogs. Carr made her third NCAA Championship appearance last year swimming in the 200 and 500 freestyle events. Her time of 1:49.62 in the 200 freestyle is the second fastest time in Arkansas history and her 500 freestyle time of 4:44.06 is the fourth fastest in school history. This season, Carr has four first-place finishes, including two, in the 500 and 1,000 freestyles, in the No. 22 Razorbacks’ upset of then-No. 14 SMU. Much more than an athlete, Carr is a standout student as well, garnering ESPN, The Magazine Academic All-District honors in 2008 as well as spots on the SEC and Razrbacks Athletic Department Honor Rolls.

JONATHAN LUIGS
FOOTBALL
The most decorated center in Arkansas history Luigs ended his career as the first Razorback center to win a national award and just the fourth player in school history to be recognized as the best at their position. Luigs won the 2007 Rimington Trophy which goes to the nation’s best center and was a finalist for the award in 2008.  He was a multiple-time all-Southeastern Conference honoree and a four-year starter for the Razorbacks at guard and center.  He ended his career with 46 consecutive starts at center and the anchor of an offensive line that was known for its run blocking his junior year and for setting the Arkansas single-season passing record when he was a senior. Luigs was honored as a First-Team All-American by the Football Writer’s Association, the Walker Camp Foundation, Sporting News, Rivals.com, CBSSports.com, Phil Steele College Football and College Football News in 2007.  He earned second-team honors by the Associated Press and was an honorable mention All-American by Pro Football Weekly.  Luigs’ 2008 honors include First-Team Pre-Season All-America, Phil Steele’s First-Team All-SEC, AP First-Team All-SEC, SEC Coaches’ Second-Team All-SEC.


AURELIJA MISEVICIUTE
WOMEN’S TENNIS
Aurelija Miseviciute defined herself as one of the nation’s best women’s tennis players in the fall of 2007. It was during that stretch of tournaments that Miseviciute’s game rose above all others as she finished with a 27-1 overall record in route to claiming the ITA National Indoor Singles Championship. Her play did not only grab attention at the University of Arkansas, but she opened eyes on a national level rocketing from a ranking of 119 to begin the fall, to No. 1 in the spring. After establishing herself as a force in NCAA women’s tennis, Miseviciute shifted her focus to leading the Razorbacks to team honors. In part to having the No. 1-ranked women’s tennis player leading the team, Arkansas was picked by the coaches to win the SEC’s Western Division. The Razorbacks not only won the SEC West for the first time in school history but also made the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament, the program’s first. Much of this success was due in part to Miseviciute claiming 56 overall wins in 2007-2008, setting a school record for most singles season wins by a men’s or women’s tennis athlete. The native of Lithuania, also made it into the final four of the NCAA Singles Championships in the spring of 2008. Miseviciute does not only reign superbly on the court, but being named SEC Scholar Athlete of the Year and a member of the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America At-Large Team proved her dominance in the classroom. Adding to her classroom achievements, she was named an ITA All-American, All SEC First-Team, a Honda Award Finalist, as well being a member of the ITA All-Star team. Once again being ranked No.1 overall in singles, Miseviciute look determine to have another stellar fall season in 2008. She finished 16-1 overall, putting her in second-place of all-time wins with 104, only four behind the top-spot. In doubles she and teammate Ela Kaluder set a new all-time record for doubles wins with 63 for their career. In addition to climbing up the record books at Arkansas in the fall, Miseviciute also defended her ITA National Indoor title in fine fashion by claiming the crown for the second-consecutive season.

BLAKE STRODE
MEN’S TENNIS
The Razorbacks men’s No. 1 tennis player, Blake Strode began the 2009 spring season ranked No. 15 in the country in singles, his highest ranking to date. He and partner Matt Hogan were ranked as the No. 14 doubles team entering the 2009 spring season. Strode has excelled from the start of his career at Arkansas, posting a 27-7 record as a freshman, more wins than any other SEC freshman during the 2005-06 season. In central region competition, Strode finished 8-0 and closed out the season as the No. 10 regional player. On the national level, Strode rose as high as No. 19 in the singles rankings. For his on-court efforts, Strode was named to the All-SEC Second Team, only the second freshman in Arkansas history to earn All-SEC honors. Strode came back in the fall of 2006 and advanced into the semifinal round of the ITA Central Region Championships. The following spring, Strode rose to the top of the Razorbacks lineup, going 17-7 overall and 7-4 in SEC play at the No. 1 position. Strode and doubles partner Colin Mascall were ranked as high as No. 15 in the spring of 2007, compiling a 15-8 dual record and qualifying for the NCAA Doubles Championships. Strode also qualified for the NCAA Singles Championships where he advanced to the round of 32. Once again, Strode earned SEC accolades, this time as a member of the first team All-SEC. Now a senior, Strode has amassed over 70 singles victories on the court while excelling in the classroom as well. A two-time CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree, Strode was the 2008 SEC Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year, and has appeared on the SEC Honor Roll. Also in 2008, Strode was the recipient of the Central Region ITA/Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership & Sportsmanship.

2010

DORIAN ULREY
MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY/T&F
SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
Five-time All-American in track and cross country in 2009…-2009 South Central Region Cross Country Champion and Regional Athlete of the Year…2009 NCAA Mideast Region 1,500m Champion and NCAA South Central Region Runner of the Year…Won three SEC titles in 2009 (1,500m, mile, 3,000m), is a three-time All-SEC honoree…2009 SEC Indoor Runner of the Year, 2009 SEC Track and Field Scholar-Athlete of the Year, 2009 SEC Sportsmanship Award recipient…U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association All-Academic Team…School record holder as the anchor leg of the distance medley relay…Clocked the NCAA’s the No. 1 time in the DMR (9:28.35), No. 3 time in the mile (3:57.60), the No. 4 time in the 3,000m (7:50.86) in 2009…Clocked Arkansas’ No. 1 time in the DMR (9:28.35) and No. 2 time in the 1,500m (3:35.23) in 2009…ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America and All-District honors with 3.50 GPA in sociology


KATIE STRIPLING
WOMEN’S XCX/T&F
SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
Three-time All-American…-Three-time SEC Champion and All-SEC honoree…-2009 SEC Outdoor Co-Field Athlete of the Year…-Made SEC history in 2009, winning her third pole vault title (second outdoors)…Cleared 14-5.25 and won third-straight title in the outdoor pole vault (2007-09)…14-5.25 is school record, an SEC meet record, and the NCAA’s best height in 2009…Earned 2009 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors and was a 2008…Academic All-District honoree…Three-time member of the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches’ Association All-Academic Team…School record holder in the indoor (14-3.25) and outdoor (14-5.25) pole vault…Recorded the NCAA’s No. 2 mark indoors (14-3.25) and the No. 1 mark outdoors (14-5.25) in 2009


CASEY JO MAGEE
GYMNASTICS
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Four-time Second-Team All-American…2009 SEC beam champion, and the 2009 NCAA SC Regional beam and floor champion…Eleven all-around titles, including the first five of the season in 2009 (40 total titles)…School record-holder on beam (9.95) and all-around (39.525)…Her routines have counted 92% of the time toward the team score…NCAA Individual all-around qualifier 2007…Three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member…Multiple time SEC Gymnast of the Week honors…All-SEC First-Team in 2009 (balance beam)…Led Arkansas to the NCAA Championship for the third time and the NCAA Super Six for the first time, and finished fifth in the nation in 2009…Led Arkansas to the NCAA South Central Region title in 2009


MICHELLE STOUT
GYMNASTICS
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Five-time All-American…Fifth on vault and seventh on bars at 2009 NCAA Championship individual event finals…2009 NCAA South Central Regional and NCAA Championship Session II vault champion…School record-holder on vault (9.975) and in the all-around (39.525)…Completed 149 routines with 93 percent of those counting toward the team score…Three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member…NACGC/W Academic Team 2007…SEC Gymnast of the Week honors…Selected to the NCAA Leadership Conference 2008…All-SEC Second Team 2009 (vault)…SEC Community Service Team 2009…Led Arkansas to the NCAA Championship for the third time and the NCAA Super Six for the first time…and finished fifth in the nation in 2009…Led Arkansas to the NCAA South Central Region title in 2009


BEN TSCHEPIKOW
BASEBALL
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Ranks 10th on Arkansas’ all-time list for singles in a career…Team leader in runs, hits, triples & stolen bases in 2009; doubles & triples in 2008…SEC Good Works Team in 2009…Career .302 hitter with 154 runs scored, 219 hits, 41 doubles, eight triples, 13 home runs, 125 RBI, 94 walks and 28 stolen bases…Career-bests in 2009 with .317 average, 76 hits, 54 runs, four triples, nine home runs, .513 slugging percentage, .396 on-base percentage, 17 stolen bases and .970 fielding %...Led team to the 2009 College World Series...Moved from second-base to short late in season…2009 SEC All-Tournament team…2009 NCAA Norman Regional All-Tournament Team…Drafted in the 17th round by the Kansas City Royals (512th overall)…Organized the baseball team’s adoption of four children at Christmas, raising money for presents…Member of Student-Athlete Advisory Committee


D.J. WILLIAMS
FOOTBALL
RAZORBACK AWARD
Mackey Award Semifinalist, AFCA Good Works Team Nominee, FedEx Orange Bowl Courage Award Nominee…All-SEC Preseason First-Team (media) and All-SEC Preseason Second-Team (coaches)…College Football Performance Awards National Tight End of the Week…Two-time Honorable Mention Tight End Performer of the Week…Active in community service projects: Razorback for a Day, Together We Can, Volunteer with Big Brother/Big Sisters, Lift Up America…Member of SAAC for 2009-10 and last year was involved in the Christmas Shop Razorback SAAC program…In May of 2009, he was selected to represent the University of Arkansas at the National Student-Athlete Development Conference at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

2011

JESSICA BACHKORA
SOFTBALL
RAZORBACK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
SEC 2010 Scholar-Athlete of the Year...2010 Capital One Academic All-America First Team...SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll...Capital One Academic All-District first teams in 2009 and 2010...2010 NFCA First-Team All-Region honors...2009 NFCA Second-Team All-Region honors...Two-time member on the All-SEC team (first-team, freshman team)...Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology; 3.902 GPA...Minor in business...Returned to team in 2010-11 as a graduate assistant manager...Holds school records for average, stolen bases, runs, hits, doubles, total bases...Played center field for the Razorbacks.


JAKE BEQUETTE
FOOTBALL
RAZORBACK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
Graduated in three years; bachelor’s degree in business administration; 3.5 GPA...Working on master’s degree in sport management...2007-08 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll...2007-08 Lon Farrell Academic Honor Roll...2008-09 Razorback Honor Roll...2009 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll...2008 SEC All-Freshman Team...Helped clean and empty trash at Earth Day at the Boys and Girls Club...Lift Up America: Feeding the Hungry in Northwest Arkansas...Big Brothers & Big Sisters: Signed autographs and took pictures...Visited the Children’s Hospital...Make A Difference Day.


KELLI SHEAN
WOMEN’S GOLF
SPIRIT OF THE RAZORBACK AWARD
Qualified for the 2010 U.S. Women’s Open at Oakmont...Shot a first-round 70 at the U.S. Women’s Open...Lead the field after coming off the course in the first round of U.S. Open...Earned a sponsor’s exemption into the P&G NW Arkansas LPGA Invitational...Arkansas’ low finisher in nine of 11 tournaments in 2009-10...Led the team with a career-low 73.27 stroke average...Nineteen top 20 career collegiate finishes...First collegiate win at the Marilyn Smith Sunflower Invitational...Career-low 209 with rounds of 74-68-67. ..Two-time NCAA Regional and one-time NCAA Championship participant...2010 All-SEC First-Team after a career-best fourth-place finish...Three top five finishes in the 2010 fall season...Earned National Golf Coaches Association All-America honors...Fourth for South Africa at the World Team Amateur Championship in Argentina.


JAMES MCCANN
BASEBALL
SPIRIT OF THE RAZORBACK AWARD
Team captain...Starting catcher his freshman and sophomore years on a squad that went to back-to-back Super Regionals for the first time in school history...Ranked fifth on the team with a .286 batting average over 59 (of 64) games...Threw out 12 would-be base stealers and made just three errors in 509 chances...Batted .288 in SEC play with just one error in 237 chances...Was honored at the CWS for having the highest GPA on Arkansas’ roster...2010 Capital One Academic All-District Second Team...2010 Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll...2008-09 Southeastern Conference Freshman Academic Honor Roll..Member of Arkansas’ Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for past two years.


YI-TING SIOW
SWIMMING
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Two-time SEC 200 breaststroke champion...Won two SEC titles in 2010...Fourth SEC swimmer to win back-to-back titles in the 200 breaststroke since 1981..Placed fourth at the SEC Championships in the 400 individual medley...Three-time SEC Swimmer of the Week in 2010…First-Team All-SEC in the 200 breaststroke...Fourth place at the 2010 NCAA Championships...Four-time NCAA All-American...Holds Arkansas records for 200 breaststroke, 200 IM and the 400 IM...Member of the record-holding 400-medley relay team...Three-time Olympian for Malaysia.

RYAN MALLETT
FOOTBALL
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Manning Award finalist...Second-Team All-SEC (AP and Coaches)...Davey O’Brien Award and Maxwell Award semifinalist...Led Arkansas to a 10-3 season including program’s first BCS Bowl Game...Broke or tied 45 school or stadium records...Holds UA’s career passing yards record (7,493)...Holds Arkansas’ career passing TDs record (62)...Broke UA single-season completions record (266) in 2010...Broke UA single-season touchdown passes record (32) in 2010...Nine 300-yard games led NCAA and pushed career total to school-record 14...Threw for UA single-season record 3,869 yards and school-record 32 touchdowns in 2010 to become just fourth quarterback in SEC history to throw for 3,000 yards and 30 touchdowns in consecutive seasons...One of three quarterbacks in SEC history to eclipse 3,500 passing yards in back to-back seasons...Career average touchdown pass length of 29.6 yards is longest in SEC history...Ranks second on UA’s all-time career TD responsibility list (68)...Is second on Arkansas’ all-time career total offense list (7,390)…Ranks second on UA’s all-time career completions list (491).


D.J. WILLIAMS
FOOTBALL
RAZORBACK SPECIAL RECOGNITION
Mackey Award Semifinalist, AFCA Good Works Team Nominee, FedEx Orange Bowl Courage Award Nominee…All-SEC Preseason First-Team (media) and All-SEC Preseason Second-Team (coaches)…College Football Performance Awards National Tight End of the Week…Two-time Honorable Mention Tight End Performer of the Week…Active in community service projects: Razorback for a Day, Together We Can, Volunteer with Big Brother/Big Sisters, Lift Up America…Member of SAAC for 2009-10 and last year was involved in the Christmas Shop Razorback SAAC program…In May of 2009, he was selected to represent the University of Arkansas at the National Student-Athlete Development Conference at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

2012

TARA DIEBOLD
TRACK AND FIELD
RAZORBACK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
4.00 grade point average in communication disorders…Graduated in three years and currently pursuing a Master’s degree…2011 Indoor All-American in pole vault…All-SEC Indoor selection and SEC runner-up Indoor pole vault…2011 Capital One Academic All-American…2011 USTFCCCA All-Academic Track and Field Team…Member of 2011 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll


LANE BOYER
TRACK AND FIELD
RAZORBACK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
3.89 grade point average in geology…Graduated in three years and currently pursuing a Master’s degree…Three-time USTFCCCA All-Academic Track and Field Team recipient (2008, 2009, 2011)…2010 All-South Central Region performer…Two-time All-SEC cross country performer (2008, 2009)…Three-time SEC Academic Honor Roll recipient (2008, 2009, 2010) …Contributed to five SEC team cross country and track and field championships


JAIME PISANI
GYMNASTICS
SPIRIT OF THE RAZORBACK AWARD
School record-holder with nine All-America selections in first three seasons…2011 South Central Regional Gymnast of the Year…59 career individual event titles, including 28 titles in 2011…Has been in the lineup for every event in every meet in her Razorback career…Led Arkansas to the NCAA Championship three times with twoNCAA Regional titles…3.62 grade point average in kinesiology…Member of SEC, UA academic honor rolls and National Association of Collegiate Gymnastics Coaches/Women all-scholar team


DJ BAXENDALE
BASEBALL
SPIRIT OF THE RAZORBACK AWARD
Named one of 30 semifinalists for the 2011 USA Baseball Golden Spikes …Award, an honor given to the top amateur baseball player in the nation…Earned second-team All-SEC honors in 2011…Named to the 2011 SEC Baseball Community Service Team…Finished the 2011 season with a 10-2 record, three saves and a 1.58 ERA in 19 appearances…Selected to play on Team USA’s Collegiate National Team in summer of 2011…3.16 grade point average in journalism…2011 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll and 2011 Spring, 2010 Fall and Spring Razorback Departmental Honor Roll recipient


TINA SUTEJ
TRACK AND FIELD
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
One of three finalists for The Bowerman Award, presented annually to the nation’s top women’s track and field athlete…Collegiate record holder in both indoor and outdoor pole vault and school and SEC and Slovenian national record holder in the indoor pole vault...2011 USTFCCCA National Outdoor Field Athlete of the Year and 2011 South Central Region Field Athlete of the Year…2011 NCAA Indoor champion in pole vault and two-time NCAA Outdoor runner-up (2010, 2011)…2010 and 2011 SEC Indoor and 2011 Outdoor champion in pole vault…Four-time All-SEC and three-time All-American in the pole vault…3.27 grade point average in biology


JARIUS WRIGHT
FOOTBALL
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Football Writers Association of America and Walter Camp All-America selection…Named 2011 SEC Special Teams Player of the Year...Consensus first-team All-SEC Selection (AP and Coaches)…Led NCAA with four punt return touchdowns in 2011 tying SEC single-season record…Led SEC and was second in NCAA with average of 16.89 yards per punt return…Ranked second in career receptions, fourth in career receiving yards and career receiving touchdowns…Only player in NCAA with rushing, receiving and multiple punt return touchdowns in 2011


JOE ADAMS
FOOTBALL
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Arkansas’ all-time career receptions and career receiving yards record holder…Ranked second on UA’s all-time career receiving touchdowns list…Consensus first-team All-SEC Selection (AP and Coaches)…Led SEC in receiving yards per game in 2011…Led SEC and tied for seventh in NCAA with school-record 12 touchdown receptions…Set new UA single season receptions and receiving yards records in 2011…Set a school record and recorded the second-highest game output in SEC history with 281 receiving yards in a 42-38 win over No. 14 Texas A&M

2013

AUSTIN COOK
MEN’S GOLF
RAZORBACK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
3.83 GPA -- BIOLOGY
SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year...Played 11 tournaments, averaging 73.21 as a junior...SEC Community Service Award...Three top 10 and five top 20 finishes in 2012...Tied for 23rd at the SEC Championships as a junior...Tied for 30th at NCAA Bowling Green Regional in 2012...Individual record of 548-237-32 (.690) as a junior...25 of his 33 rounds counted toward Arkansas’ team score in 2012...Athletic Department Athletic Director’s List (3.5-3.99) for fall and spring semesters as a junior...SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll...GTE Capital One Academic All-District VI First Team...PING Honorable Mention All-American as a sophomore.


HOPE MCLEMORE
SOFTBALL
RAZORBACK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
4.0 GPA -- Pre-medicine
Captain and a pitcher...Majoring in health sciences and is pre-med as a senior...2010 NFCA scholar-athlete...2011 Academic Champion...2012 All-SEC academic team...Been on every chancellor’s list while attending Arkansas...Returned from surgery last season and got second win on the season in the opening game of the NCAA Tournament against Boston University in the Berkeley Regional where she struck out six batters and allowed no walks in the 3-2 win over the Terriers.

TYLER WILSON
FOOTBALL
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Recreation and Sport Management
Senior CLASS Award Candidate...Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Finalist...Holds 29 school records, including career pass yards...Ranks fifth on SEC all-time career total offense per play list...Ranks 6th on SEC all-time career completion percentage list...Ranks ninth on SEC all-time career pass efficiency list...Ended career ranked in top 4 on UA’s all-time career lists for pass attempts, total offense yards, total offense per play, touchdown passes, touchdown responsibility and total offense plays...Led SEC and tied for 10th in NCAA in passing yards per game in 2012...Ranked 2nd in SEC and 15th in NCAA in total offense yards per game...Tied for fourth in NCAA in passes of 60-plus yards...Tied for fifth in NCAA lead in passes of 70-plus yards...Tied for sixth in NCAA in passes of 50-plus yards...Ranked third in SEC and 11th in NCAA in yards per completion...Tied for fourth in SEC and 14th in NCAA in total offense yards per play...Ranked fourth in SEC and tied for 14th in NCAA in passes of 25+ yards...Ranked fifth in SEC and tied for 16th in NCAA in yards per pass attempt...Named to Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year, Davey O’Brien Award and Manning Award Watch Lists...Named to SEC Community Service Team...2012 team captain.


JAIME PISANI
GYMNASTICS
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
Kinesiology
First-team All-American in the all-around, on floor and on beam...Second-team All-American on bars...Finished third in the nation in the all-around, ninth on floor, 12th on beam...Ranked No. 1 in the nation for four weeks in the all-around...Ranked No. 1 in the nation on floor for eight weeks...First Razorback to earn No. 1 rankings in either event...Ranked No. 7 on beam, No. 9 on bars and No. 15 on vault...2012 SEC Gymnast of the Year...SEC beam champion, first-team All-SEC, Gymnast of the Week...Won 35 individual event titles...Set or tied school records in the all-around, floor, beam and bars...Posted best score in the nation on all-around and floor in 2012...Led Arkansas to first No. 1 team ranking in school history and No. 1 ranking on bars...Led Razorbacks to NCAA Championship, to the Super Six and to a national sixth-place finish...Won NCAA Regional titles in the all-around and on beam...Won beam and floor in the NCAA semifinal to send team to the Super Six...Earned two NCAA postgraduate scholarships ...Capital One national Academic All-American...Earned bachelor’s in kinesiology with cumulative GPA of 3.66.


ALFRED DAVIS
FOOTBALL
SPIRIT OF THE RAZORBACK AWARD
3.05 GPA -- Recreation AND Sport Management
Graduated in May 2012, bachelor’s degree in sports management...Appeared in final 44 straight games of his career...Has taken part in Razorback Leadership Academy...Visited Little Rock Children Hospital, Dallas Children Hospital and New Orleans Children Hospital...
Helped raise money for the Shop With The Razorbacks; SAAC at Toys-r-Us..Book Hogs Read To Win Program...Sweat Hawgs Program...Read Across America at Holcomb Elementary...Spoke at Tyson Middle School about test preparation...Lift Up America, Feeding The Hunger In Northwest Arkansas...Book Hogs Pizza Party at Bud Walton Arena: Grand Prize Winning class....Picked up trash and help with clean up at the Boys and Girls Club...Volunteered for the Joplin Tornado Disaster Relief...Helped coach Fayetteville High School football team in Spring of 2012 as part of internship.


EMILY TUBERT
WOMEN’S GOLF
SPIRIT OF THE RAZORBACK AWARD
3.75 GPA -- Journalism
Two-time First-Team All-America...First-Team All-SEC and National Golf Coaches Association All-Scholar team honors in 2012...Paced the team to the program’s 10th NCAA Regional Championship and the team’s fifth NCAA Championship...Led Arkansas with a 72.50 stroke average and shot 0.77 versus par in 2011-12...Four rounds in the 60’s and 14 rounds of par or better...Tubert finished her season as the top-ranked player in the SEC and the second-ranked collegiate player ...Four-time member of the Arkansas Athletic Department Academic Honor Roll...SAAC President...SEC Freshman of the Year (2011).

PATIENCE BEARD
CHEERLEADING
SPECIAL RECOGNITION AWARD
Nominee for the 2012 Discover Orange Bowl-FWAA Courage Award...Beard, a freshman from Texarkana, Texas, made the Razorbacks’ cheerleading squad despite a prosthetic left leg...Becoming known as “the girl with the zebra leg,” a reference to the special design of the prosthetic she wears...Born with a proximal femoral focal deficiency, affecting bone growth ...At age nine months, her left leg was amputated...Participated in gymnastics as a child, took up cheerleading in middle school and was homecoming queen last year at Texas High School...Majoring in business.

2094
KERI WOOD
WOMEN’S TF
RAZORBACK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
4.0 GPA -- Business
All-American and member of the distance medley relay team that broke the school record last year…Currently completing Master’s in Business Administration with a GPA of 4.0…Completed an internship with Nielsen for over one year while competing in intercollegiate athletics…Graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Marketing and Minor in Economics in three years…Honors College Fellow and Walton College Fellow graduating with Honors from the Walton College of Business…Walton College Senior Scholar and Outstanding Marketing Student for 2011-2012…Member of the Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society…Received Honors College Research Grant and published subsequent research on Online Video Advertising at the 2012 SMA (Society for Marketing Advances) Conference…Two time SEC Academic Honor Roll honoree…Capital One Academic All-American, Second Team 2012

NATHANAEL FRANKS
MEN’S FT
RAZORBACK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE
3.91/4.00 GPA -- Physics/Biochem/Business Admin.
Fulbright Honors College - Chancellor's Scholarship - completed undergrad studies in 2.5 years and earned two degrees in December, 2012, one in chemistry (magna cum laude) and one in physics…Fulbright Senior Scholar…Study abroad - studied the Classics in Greece and Turkey in the summer of 2011. Conducted organic synthesis research: received an Honors College Grant, conducted research on the total synthesis of heterocyclic compounds and subsequent visible light photocatalysis using ruthenium ligans, forming carbon-nitrogen bonds via a cascade reaction and published a paper entitled "A Photo Touch on Amines: New Synthetic Adventures of Nitrogen Radical Cations" in this field…First Year Honor Society…All-Discipline Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi…Alpha Epsilon Delta, world's largest premedical honor society, Alpha Chapter…Founding father of the Fayetteville chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity…International Culture Team - outreach effort to international students….Involved in the Recess organization which offers one-on-one mentoring of children with disabilities…Dale Krueger Scholarship, August 2010 – Present…Razorback Scholar-Athlete Award 2011 & 2012…SEC Academic Honor Roll 2011 & 2012…Capped his 2013 indoor season with his first career SEC title on Arkansas' distance-medley relay..Razorbacks' top performer in the heptathlon at the SEC Championships, finishing third...Recipient of the Wooden Citizenship Cup

MAKEBA ALCIDE
WOMEN’S TF
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
KINESIOLOGY: EXERCISE SCIENCE APPLIED
Played a pivotal part in the Razorback’s run to the 2013 NCAA Championships…Collegiate record holder in the pentathlon, setting the NCAA record when she scored 4,569 at the 2013 Indoor SEC Championships…Holds both the indoor and outdoor school record in high jump…Owns the Arkansas heptathlon record with 6,050 points recorded at the 2013 NCAA Championships… Four-time SEC Champion…Eight time All-American…Competed in the 2013 World Championships in Russia last year.

KEVIN LAZAS
MEN’S TF
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
FINANCE: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT/INVESTMENT
2013 NCAA Heptathlon Champion…Lazas posted a personal-best performance in the 60-meter hurdles, extended…his lead with a final clearance of 5.40m/17-8.5 in the pole vault for the championship event title…Earned his first NCAA event title with a 1,000 meter time of 2:49.00…His score of 6,175 makes Lazas the No. 3 scorer in collegiate history and represents the No. 4 all-time collegiate score…Lazas, who entered the championship with a lifetime best of 6,042, set personal bests in four of seven events during the meet…Arkansas school record holder in the heptathlon…Ranks third all-time at Arkansas in pole vault.

BAILEE ZUMWALDE
GYMNASTICS
SPIRIT OF THE RAZORBACK AWARD
KINESIOLOGY: EXERCISE SCIENCE APPLIED
Her positive and infectious attitude has helped our program reach the NCAA Championships in each of her three seasons to date and includes an NCAA Regional Championship and qualification to the Super Six. Bailee has been named Co-Captain by the coaching staff for the 2014 season because of her passion, work ethic, loyalty, and commitment. Bailee has been awarded the Spirit Award in our program for the past three seasons and will most likely have this award named after her at the completion of this season….Zumwalde returns for her fourth season as a Razorback…Second-team All-American on Floor in 2012…Awarded the Gymback Spirit Award, the NACGC/W Academic Team and the SEC Academic Honor roll three years in a row…In 2013, competed in every meet…In 2013, set career high on floor of 9.875

KEIRO SMALL
FOOTBALL
SPIRIT OF THE RAZORBACK AWARD
SOCIOLOGY
Junior College All-American honors in 2010…Contributor in all 13 contests in 2011…In 2012 suffered a season and potential career ending injury in practice…Small was granted a medical redshirt and with his hard work and determination he fully recovered that injury…With his leadership on and off the field Small was voted team captain by his teammates in 2013…Extremely rare in college football but Small has practiced at both offense and defense for the Razorbacks.







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