The decision by the Division I Council Coordination Committee to grant a blanket waiver for any school that needs it affects men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey, men’s water polo and women’s volleyball teams.
Boyd ran 184 times for 1,133 yards and eight touchdowns last season, leading the Razorbacks in rushing yards for the second consecutive season. The Houston, Texas native ranked fourth in the SEC and 27th nationally averaging 94.4 yards per game on the ground.
Reed, who will play his first season in Fayetteville this year after transferring from Duke, was chosen as a semifinalist for the award in 2019 after drilling 15-of-18 (.833) field goal attempts and hitting 34-of-34 (1.000) point after tries.
Fans will enter Arkansas events by using a smartphone to scan digital tickets to gain entry to events. The switch to mobile only ticketing will provide an easy to use system that increases flexibility and options for fans.
The Lonoke native racked up 184 hits during his time as a Razorback, with 40 doubles, four triples and 30 home runs for a .310/.549/.390 slash line. He also posted 116 RBIs and scored 130 runs, with 67 walks and 24 stolen bases in 27 attempts.
The virtual event will feature Sankey’s annual “State of the SEC” address, as well as media sessions with the conference's 14 head coaches and select student-athletes from each school. The SEC is in planning with the SEC Network to provide wall-to-wall coverage of the virtual event.
The NCAA's football oversight committee expects to finalize a plan on Thursday to allow teams to conduct up to 12 unpadded, slow-speed practices, also know as walk-throughs, during the 14 days before the typical preseason begins in August.
The Amarillo, Texas, native put up video-game numbers in 2020, finishing the year with a .448/.791/.513 clip at the plate over 67 at-bats. He recorded 30 hits, five doubles and six homers, with 20 RBIs and 19 runs scored.
A junior from Colorado, Opitz has been a positive influence for both the Arkansas baseball program and in the Fayetteville community during his time as a Razorback. He is a consistent leader in giving back, volunteering to go Christmas shopping and delivering toys for kids at Greenland Elementary.
June 8 will begin a transition period that will allow student-athletes to gradually adapt to full training and sports activity after this recent period of inactivity. Under plans developed by each university and consistent with state and local health directives, certain activities will be permitted
Gibson was recognized for his work as a member of the Razorback Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. He additionally participated in the Fearless Food Fight, a collaboration with the Blue Cross and Blue Shield to fight hunger in Arkansas, and City Youth Ministries.
In this role, Eades will be charged with selecting, training, evaluating and assigning officials for every men’s basketball game hosted by Sun Belt member institutions. He will manage a basketball officiating consortium headed by the SEC that also includes the American Athletic and ASUN conferences.
Arkansas State University and the University of Arkansas both announced Monday that they plan to have in-classroom instruction on campus this fall.For D1 schools, that’s the first X and O in the playbook of bringing football back.
The Diamond Hogs are building a 49,000 square foot baseball performance facility. The J.B. & Johnelle Hunt Family Baseball Development Center will have an expanded locker room, weight room, enhanced pitching and batting areas, and more.
The NCAA announced Wednesday that its Board of Governors supports permitting athletes the ability to cash in on their names, images and likenesses as never before and without involvement from the association, schools or conferences.
Robinson (6-0, 170) is ranked at No. 67 overall and 15th as a point guard by Rivals while ESPN puts him a #82. ESPN also ranks him the 20th-best point guard in the nation as well as the #2 rated player from Arkansas.
The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to give spring-sport athletes regardless of their year in school a way to get back the season they lost, but it did not guarantee financial aid to the current crop of seniors if they return to play next year.
Refunds will be available on a pro-rated basis for season ticket holders in baseball (19 games), softball (17 games), track and field (3 events) and gymnastics (1 meet), including suite holders in applicable sports.
From Leawood, Kansas, Moore went 5-for-9 at the plate vs. the Antelopes, with three RBIs and run scored and a final batting average of .556. His five hits were tied for the team-lead last week, as he recorded multi-hit performances in both games against GCU.