A-State’s four all-conference picks were not only its most ever, they were the most in the league and give the Red Wolves a Sun Belt-high 13 selections on the postseason team over the last four seasons combined.
The season package is $125 for all you can eat concession items at all six home games with seats in section SS or TT. Fans with current season tickets can upgrade their current season ticket location to include all you can eat concession items for $100.
A-State’s Clear Bag Policy is consistent with other Sun Belt Conference members, as well as various other college and professional stadiums and arenas. The policy is designed to be used as a substitute for any prohibited bags, but not a restriction on items permitted within the stadium.
The Red Wolves’ score marked a five-stroke improvement over their first-round total yesterday and was the seventh lowest of the day among the 13-team field. A-State now holds a combined 585 score as it stands tied with Mississippi State and is six strokes behind eighth-place West Virginia.
Cabrera comes to A-State after two seasons as an assistant coach at Austin Peay. In those two seasons, the Governors posted a 41-26 record and made one of the NCAA’s largest defensive turnarounds in 2017-18.
A-State will be part of a talented field that features No. 1 Oklahoma State, the 2018 defending national champions. Including the Red Wolves at No. 35, the tournament will feature nine programs ranked in the top 50 in the latest Golfstat rankings.
Open to the public, the event will be held at Centennial Bank Stadium’s Woodard McAlister Family Club. While doors will open at 7:00 p.m., the actual show will air at 8 p.m. on Golf Channel’s Golf Central and be streamed live on the Golf Channel web site.
comes to Arkansas State after one season as an assistant coach for Coach Restrepo at Oklahoma City University. In her lone season with the Stars, Niemeier helped the team to a 31-6 record, the Sooner Athletic Conference title and an appearance in the NAIA Championships.