FAYETTEVILLE – With visions of ghosts and goblins running through the neighborhoods tonight, here’s a Halloween treat from the Arkansas gymnastics team.
The Razorbacks gathered recently for a team pumpkin carving exercise.
Follow the video link below to see the Razorbacks wielding knives, gutting pumpkins and showing off their artwork.
Finished products include an SEC jackolantern, a ghost or two, and a cat.
Have you ever seen a jackolantern snowman? Watch the video and you will.
Happy Halloween from the Razorbacks!
Natalie Bohonsky filmed the pumpkin carving, edited the highlight video and put it music – Michael Jackson’s Thriller.
Arkansas’ gymnastics program is in its 10th season. In nine years, the Razorbacks have earned eight NCAA regional bids, won two NCAA regionals, advanced to the NCAA Championship five times, reached the NCAA Super Six, finished in the top 10 in the nation three times, finished ranked in the top 15 seven consecutive seasons, and produced 28 All-America selections and 13 NCAA individual event finals appearances.
In 2011, the Razorbacks tied for the Southeastern Conference regular-season championship, won the NCAA North Central Regional, tied for ninth in the nation, recorded two wins over No. 1-ranked Florida, beat No. 4 Georgia, and set school records with seven dual-meet wins and four road wins.
Happy Halloween From the Razorbacks!