@RazorbackMBB Downs SMU En Route To Maui The Razorbacks moved to 3-0 on the season, defeating former Southwest Conference rival SMU 89-78 Monday. Led by redshirt junior Alandise Harris’s 21 points off the bench, the Razorbacks shot over 40 percent from the field and connected on 11 of 22 three pointers. For the complete recap, which features a photo gallery, box scores, a Game Day Storify and more, click here.
Arkansas moved to 3-0 with an 89-76 win over SMU tonight for its 12th straight win over the Mustangs. #Fastest40 pic.twitter.com/BjaeQHwcgL
– Razorback Basketball (@RazorbackMBB) November 19, 2013
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@RazorbackWBB Hosts Middle Tennessee State The University of Arkansas women’s basketball team (3-0) prepares for an early-season test when it welcomes Middle Tennessee State (1-1) to Bud Walton Arena tonight. Click here to view full preview.
.@KBrooksie15 has provided plenty of energy from off of the bench for the Razorbacks. #NeverYield #WeAreRelentless pic.twitter.com/Ju9syhRBv5
– RazorbackWBB (@RazorbackWBB) November 18, 2013
Calling The Hogs With @Arperlman Get your @RazorbackWBB preview for the MTSU game from the voice of women’s hoops @Arperlman.
@RazorbackFB Weekly Press Conference @BretBielemamet with the media Monday afternoon to recap the team’s bye week and preview the upcoming matchup against Mississippi State. Click here to view full release.
Two Razorbacks Headed To Senior Bowl The Reese’s Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier senior showcase event, will include at least two @RazorbackFB student-athletes. It was announced that captains Travis Swanson and Chris Smith are among the list of 12 who have accepted invitations for the Jan. 25, 2014 game, which features NFL draft prospects coached by entire coaching staffs of two NFL teams. The week of practice and the game will be broadcast by NFL Network live from Mobile, Ala.
Arkansas only team with two of first 12 @seniorbowl accepted invites (@Tswan64 and @42arkansas) http://t.co/duc6i6oYD9 #NeverYield
– Razorback Football (@RazorbackFB) November 18, 2013
Sam Irwin-Hill In USA Today @RazorbackFB punter Sam Irwin-Hill was featured in a USA Today article about Australian punters by @GeorgeSchroeder. Irwin-Hill ranks 2nd in the SEC and 15th in the NCAA this season with an average of 44.0 yards per punt. Read the complete article here.
@RazorbackGym Signs Three The University of Arkansas gymnastics team added three Level 10 Junior Olympic national qualifiers who combined for four top 10 national finishes, eight regional titles, eight state championships and a team national championship over the last three years during the National Letter of Intent signing period last week. The three incoming Razorbacks for the 2014-15 season are Leah MacMoyle of Hope, N.J.,; Braie Speed of San Antonio, Texas,; and Paige Zaziski of Chesterfield Township, Mich. Click here for full release.
Razorback WXC Ranked No. 3 Going Into Nationals After claiming its third NCAA South Central Regional title in a row, the University of Arkansas women’s cross country team held the No. 3 spot in the USTFCCCA coaches poll Monday, before the 2013 NCAA National Championship Meet. Click here to read full release.
MXC Rank In Top-10 Before Nationals After taking the team title at the 2013 NCAA South Central Regional Championships last week behind a 1-2 photo-finish from Stanley Kebenei and Kemoy Campbell, respectively, the University of Arkansas men’s cross country team was ranked as the No. 10 team in the USTFCCCA coaches poll. Click here to read full release.
#ProHogs Two former Razorbacks will be in action as the Rockets try to improve to eight wins and stay at second in their division. Boston at Houston (Ronnie Brewer, Patrick Beverley) 7 p.m.
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