Track & Field
Cynthia Moore helped set the standard for Lady Razorback track and field from 1987-91. The El Dorado, Ark., native redefined the jump records at Arkansas, breaking both indoor and outdoor marks for the long and triple jumps during her tenure. She set school records for long jump indoors (42.6) and triple jump outdoors (42.975) in 1991, records that stood until 2001. Her indoor and outdoor marks still rank among the top five in school history. Moore was a four-time All-America selection, becoming the first triple jumper in school history to earn that honor. She earned national runner-up honors in the triple jump at the 1990 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. In 1991, she was voted the NCAA Woman of the Year for the state of Arkansas. When she departed Arkansas, she left as the school record holder both indoors and outdoors, marks that stood for almost a decade. Moore was inducted into the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor in 2003.