FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Following a third-place finish at the Southeastern Conference Indoor Championships, the No. 5 Razorbacks earned All-SEC honors, as announced by the league on Friday. Stephanie Brown earned her first gold medal in the 800-meter in 2:03.21, a personal record. Grace Heymsfield was crowned SEC Champion in the mile (4:34.82), an event she broke the school record in earlier this season. Dominique Scott earned the gold medal in the 5,000-meter, setting a personal record of 16:00.73. The Razorbacks placed 10 on Second Team All-SEC, while Sandie Raines earned All-Freshman honors. Arkansas qualified nine individuals for the 2014 NCAA Indoor Championships. The Razorbacks will compete in 12 events.
Women’s First Team All-SEC Stephanie Brown (800-meter) Grace Heymsfield (Mile) Dominique Scott (5,000-meter)
Women’s Second Team All-SEC Diana Harper (4×400 relay) Jessica Kamilos (Mile) Keri McClary (Mile) Tamara Myers (Long Jump) Danielle Nowell (Pole Vault) Rebekka Simko (800- meter) Brianna Swinton (4×400 relay) Ariel Voskamp (Pole Vault) Chrishuna Williams (4×400 relay) Regine Williams (4×400 relay)
Women’s SEC All-Freshman Sandie Raines (5,000-meter) The No. 5 Razorbacks will compete at the 2014 NCAA Indoor Championships March 14-15 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. For more information on Razorback Track and Field, follow @RazorbackTF on Twitter.