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The Daily Call – July 6, 2014

BY ANDRES FOCIL
The Daily Call – July 6, 2014

Killian Leads USA Baseball Past Chinese Taipei Trey Killian made his third appearance for the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Saturday evening, working a perfect inning against the Chinese Taipei to help lead the Red, White and Blue to the series victory. Killian tossed just nine pitches and worked around a two-out error to work a hitless frame as the USA earned a 5-2 victory in Durham, N.C. What Coach Van Horn is Saying “I thought we pitched really well and played great defense all day. We could not have asked more from our pitching with a shutout in the first game and no earned runs in the second game so just a tremendous day overall.”

New pitcher for #TeamUSA in the fourth is @RazorbackBSB RHP Trey Killian. Final line for @ThomasEshelman1: 3.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 4 K

– USA Baseball CNT (@USABaseballCNT) July 5, 2014

Terrific diving play by @mathiass5 helps Killian get out of the frame in just 9 pitches. At the 4th-inning stretch, #TeamUSA leads 1-0.

– USA Baseball CNT (@USABaseballCNT) July 6, 2014

Trey Killian worked a perfect inning tonight vs Chinese Taipei as the @USABaseballCNT leads 4-2 in the 6th. Stats > http://t.co/3uzkljqgG2

– Razorback Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) July 6, 2014

FINAL: #TeamUSA defeats Chinese Taipei, 5-2, in the finale of the five-game series at @DurhamBulls Athletic Park. pic.twitter.com/vPbuTZE7Pv

– USA Baseball CNT (@USABaseballCNT) July 6, 2014

Killian works perfect inning as @USABaseballCNT takes series from Chinese Taipei. Recap > http://t.co/7t0qbne7Bc #USA pic.twitter.com/f2x4nvnM4A

– Razorback Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) July 6, 2014

Williams Races for @RazorbackWTrack at USA Junior Championships Following an eighth-place finish in Saturday’s 100-meter final at the 2014 USA Junior Championships in Eugene, Ore., soon-to-be sophomore Regine Williams will next run Sunday afternoon in the opening round at 200 meters. She is scheduled to step on the track at 4:45 p.m. (CT) to race for a spot in Sunday night’s final. Log on to usatf.tv for a live stream of the action.

Hogs in London: Behind the Scenes and On the Ground

When Roger Federer challenges a call in Sunday’s Wimbledon final against Novak Djokovic, a former Razorback will have a hand in displaying the outcome. Chris Nott was a two-time All-SEC performer for the Razorback men’s tennis team and has spent the past couple of years traveling the world working with the Hawk Eye challenge system and setting up cameras that are used for review including those that have been used during the Wimbledon fortnight. Brother Mike Nott is also working behind the scenes at the Grand Slam event as a member of the IBM staff. The Nott brothers weren’t the only Razorbacks taking in the sights with Christian Lee and Pete Thomason also making the trip to the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club in London.

Hogs at #Wimbledon2014! Former Razorbacks Christian Lee, Chris Nott, Mike Nott and Pete Thomason in London. #WPS pic.twitter.com/cLxWh70byx

– Razorback Tennis (@RazorbackMTEN) July 5, 2014

Last Day to #VOTEHOGCALL in SiriusXM College Traditions Tournament

Sunday marks the end of the semifinal round of the SiriusXM College Traditions Tournament which finds the Razorbacks’ Hog Call up against Wisconsin’s Jump Around. Voting began Monday and ends today at 11 p.m. (CT). Fans are reminded of the new twist with only one vote allow per week. Click here cast your vote for the Hog Call! Arkansas is the defending champion in the tournament.

Show Us Your #SummerHogCall Starting Tuesday and running through Aug. 15, fans can post photos doing the Hog Call to Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using #SummerHogCall and be entered in a drawing for a chance to win a prize pack that includes FOUR tickets to the @RazorbackFB home opener on Sept. 6. Your best shots will be featured on the official Arkansas Razorbacks social media feeds. The winner will be announced Aug. 18.

@ArkRazorbacks Coming to a Town Near You
As part of the Arkansas Razorbacks Summer Road Trip, there are three more stop planned for the month of July (see schedule below). Most recently, Razorback Athletics closed out the month of June with a trip to the 34th Annual Malvern Brickfest. During the 2014-15 season, the Road Trip is planning to visit each of the 75 counties in the state of Arkansas. Use #ArkRoadTrip on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to suggest future stops.
July Dates for Summer Road Trip
July 18-19 — Independence County Fair (Batesville)
July 25 — 31st Annual Altus Grape Festival (Altus)
July 26 — Johnson County Peach Festival (Clarksville)


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