FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — University of Arkansas Head Men’s Basketball Coach Mike Anderson made another stop on the Razorback Club tour on Tuesday evening when he visited the Roy L. Murphy Razorback Club in Hot Springs, Ark. Held at Lake Hamilton High School, the event included the introduction of special guests of the club, a live auction, comments from Associate Director of the Razorback Foundation, Sean Rochelle, and a speech by Anderson. In his address, Arkansas’ head coach discussed where he thought the Razorbacks were following his first season at the helm of the program, how his team has improved throughout the spring in practice, the importance of finishing out the academic year strong and his goals for next season and beyond. Anderson led the Razorbacks to an 18-14 record in 2011-12 which included three victories over ranked teams, a school-record 17 wins at home and an undefeated non-conference home schedule. The Razorbacks bring back a majority of their team for the 2012-13 season. Fans wishing to listen to Anderson speak have several more opportunities as he continues to visit Razorback Clubs through the middle of the month. His next stop brings him to the Saline County club in Benton, Ark., on Thursday, May 3, with additional club meetings at Mississippi County Club in Blytheville, Ark. (May 7), Greers Ferry Lake (May 10) and Fort Smith, Ark. (May 14), for a golf.