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The Daily Call – May 30, 2014

BY ANDRES FOCIL
The Daily Call – May 30, 2014
@RazorbackTF punches NINE tickets to the NCAA Outdoor Championships! After day one of the 2014 NCAA West Preliminary, a total of nine Razorbacks have secured their trip to Eugene, Ore. for the 2014 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Andrew Irwin (pole vault), Raymond Higgs & Anthony May (long jump), Amethyst Boyd (javelin), Tamara Myers (long jump) and the Big Four in pole vault: Sandi Morris, Danielle Nowell, Ariel Voskamp and Megan Zimlich. Take a look at day one in Tweets below:

We have new school record in javelin!! @_ShesABlessing_ goes 163-3 on first throw!! pic.twitter.com/ql7bmSXS5V

– Razorback Track XC (@RazorbackTF) May 29, 2014

School-record throw of 163-3 will do it! @_ShesABlessing_ is going the NCAA Outdoor Championships for the 1st time in her career! #WPS

– Razorback Track XC (@RazorbackTF) May 29, 2014

He sails over the bar….@AndrewIrwin_PV makes clearing 17-7 look easy. #WPS #BestOfTheWest

– Razorback Track XC (@RazorbackTF) May 29, 2014

Irwin is heading to Eugene! @AndrewIrwin_PV is 1st Razorback to qualify for NCAA Outdoor Championships with 17-7 clearance in PV! #WPS

– Razorback Track XC (@RazorbackTF) May 29, 2014

.@Drivenmyers is the third TrackBack headed to Eugene! A PR jump of 20-8.5 sends her to the NCAA Outdoor Championships! #WPS #NCAATF

– Razorback Track XC (@RazorbackTF) May 29, 2014

ALL FOUR vaulters are headed to Eugene!!! Great work by @SandiCheeks15, @daniellenowell, @Zim_Possible & @imavoss! #DoingWhatTheyDo #WPS

– Razorback Track XC (@RazorbackTF) May 30, 2014

Read the full recaps here: men | women
Follow today’s events: live results | live stream (starting at 5 p.m.)
@RazorbackBSB Has Busy Day at Charlottesville Regional
The Arkansas baseball team had a full day Thursday at the NCAA Charlottesville Regional as the team worked out at Davenport Field, before Coach Van Horn, Chris Oliver and Tyler Spoon met the media.
The Razorbacks are making their 13th straight NCAA appearance Friday at 6p on ESPNU, and will take on Liberty for the first time in program history. For a full preview click here.
Check out the full NCAA Charlottesville Regional Central Page here.

WATCH | #OmaHogs Blog Day 2 features Michael Bernal (@mike3bernal) and practice day at Davenport Field > http://t.co/19hh7SmVET

– Razorback Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) May 29, 2014

WATCH | #OmaHogs practice day in Charlottesville and press conference with DVH, Chris Oliver and Tyler Spoon. > http://t.co/dUKExicnWn

– Razorback Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) May 29, 2014

For complete coverage of the Charlottesville NCAA Regional, visit our tournament central > http://t.co/4ZYU0xJNtg pic.twitter.com/LyJCMjjmVv

– Razorback Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) May 29, 2014

PREVIEW | #OmaHogs open @NCAACWS Regional Friday against Liberty on @ESPNU > http://t.co/GgsJk8Mx0T pic.twitter.com/WBYZkiBopL

– Razorback Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) May 29, 2014

DVH and Coach Jorn take in BP here at Davenport Field. #OmaHogs #RoadToOmaha pic.twitter.com/kMpp0zrcQo

– Razorback Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) May 29, 2014

BREAKING | RHP Chris Oliver will start game 1 of the NCAA Charlottesville Regional Friday at 6p on @ESPNU. #OmaHogs pic.twitter.com/ElpHFYqOIb

– Razorback Baseball (@RazorbackBSB) May 29, 2014

#13Days13Razorbacks Day 10: Sophomore OH Savannah Voelzke
This is the 10th feature in a series titled #13Days13Razorbacks in which one volleyball student-athlete per day will be highlighted during the team’s two-week European tour (May 20-June 1). Visit the #EuroHogs central page for continued coverage of Arkansas’ four-country stay which includes stops in Italy, Slovenia, Croatia and the Czech Republic. Today’s feature highlights sophomore Savannah Voelzke.
Q: Have you been able to cross any countries off your travel bucket list during the trip?
Savannah Voelzke: I’ve always thought about going to an ocean or someplace like the Bahamas. I had never really looked at pictures of Europe before but once I got over here it was really cool and these countries should have been on my bucket list.
Q: What’s the biggest difference between volleyball in the United States and Europe?
Voelzke: During this trip, we had to get used to a different warm up and some of the international players’ approaches and arm swings are just different than what we’ve seen before. It can take you by surprise.
Q: Based on a recent karaoke performance, how much is singing/dancing part of the team’s chemistry?
Voelzke: Every day we’re singing in the locker room while we’re getting ready for practice. It’s just random but we’re always dancing and singing or playing music. It’s become a ritual before practice and matches and now it’s just something we’re used to doing.
Q: As the trip nears its end, what are you starting to miss about home?
Voelzke: Definitely family and understanding the language of people talking around you. It’s weird not knowing what other people are saying all the time. You can also miss how comfortable it is to know everything back home, there’s no feeling of the unknown.
Q: What did you learn most over the course of your freshman year at Arkansas?
Voelzke: You definitely have to find good friends and keep them close. My teammates are who I’m hanging out with the most so it’s good that we have a good group of girls that get along outside of volleyball, too. School wise, college can be hard but you have to take your time to do your work and study hall hours help a lot.
Q: Did you always plan to play at same school as brother Alex (football)? Or was it just a happy coincidence?
Voelzke: Alex and I have always been close but things just happened that way. My club coach played for Robby with Team USA and she loved him and told me good things about him. It just so happened that I also loved (Arkansas) plus I was coming to some of the games and seeing them play. It’s definitely good to have him here but it wasn’t the only reason I decided to come to Arkansas.
#13Days13Razorbacks
Tuesday, May 20 — Breana Jones
Wednesday, May 21 — Danielle Harbin
Thursday, May 22 — Sophie Bethke
Friday, May 23 — Shelby Harper
Saturday, May 24 — Liz Fortado
Sunday, May 25 — Monica Bollinger
Monday, May 26 — Meredith Hays
Tuesday, May 27 — Blakelee Dunagin
Wednesday, May 28 — Adrien Wohlschlaeger
Thursday, May 29 — Savannah Voelzke
Friday, May 30 — Barbara Dapic
Saturday, May 31 — Ana Sofia Jusino
Sunday, June 1 — Summer Morgan


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