The Red Wolves open the season at home for the third year in a row, hosting Saint Louis, Mississippi Valley State and former Sun Belt foe Little Rock in its annual home tournament (Aug. 26-27) inside First National Bank Arena
A product of St. Cloud High School in St. Cloud, Florida, Morgan Beaulieu was a three-time state championship qualifier and the first player to win four consecutive Orange Belt Conference Tournament crowns
Assistant coach Will Williams earned a spot on the United States’ team for the 2022 World Athletics Championships. Williams placed fourth in the long jump with a leap of 8.07m (26-5.75) late Friday night.
Burns was a part of an El Dorado team that won the 2021 AAA 6A State Football Championship, recording 859 receiving yards on just 42 receptions (20.5 yards per catch) this season, earning All-State honors.
Jones and his staff most recently assembled a 2022 recruiting class that not only ranked as one of the best in school history, but was also listed number one in the Sun Belt Conference by both Rivals and 247Sports.
To open the summer, there will be four Youth Day Camp sessions held June 27-30 for ages 7-11. A second set of Youth Day Camp sessions will follow July 18-21. Each day’s session will run from 8:30 a.m. until Noon, with check-in at 8:15 a.m. each day.
The summer camp slate begins with the Lil’ Wolves Camp, held for three nights from July 18-20 for girls and boys entering grades K-5th. The cost is $80, and the camp will be held inside the Arkansas State HPESS facility.