FAYETTEVILLE – Sophomore Dominique Scott and head coach Lance Harter were named the Southeastern conference (SEC) Runner and Coach of the Year, respectively, on Friday, as the league announced its postseason awards Scott crossed the finish line in first place at the SEC Championship at 20:02.81 for the third-fastest time ever at the meet to lead a 1-2-3 finish and ensure the Razorbacks’ 14th title. Scott is Arkansas’ ninth individual conference champion; overall, the program now has 12 SEC champions. After leading his team to its 14th SEC Championship in cross country, Harter was named the SEC Coach of the Year for the 14th time moving his total SEC career honors to 21. Harter also guided his student-athletes to six more All-SEC selections to move his total collection to 107 honors. Along with Scott, Grace Heymsfield and Shannon Klenke were named to the All-SEC First Team while Stephanie Brown and Sandie Raines were named to the Second Team. Raines also earned All-Freshman honors. The Razorbacks scored 32 points at the meet to give them the largest margin of victory ever at the SEC Championships with second-place Texas A&M scoring 123 points. The No. 3 Razorbacks return to the course at the 2013 NCAA South Central Regional in Waco, Texas, on Nov. 15. For more information on Arkansas women’s cross country, follow @RazorbackTF on Twitter.