No. 6 Soccer earns national three seed, set to face North Texas in NCAA Tournament

No. 6 Soccer earns national three seed, set to face North Texas in NCAA Tournament

Sixth-ranked Arkansas Soccer (16-3-2, 8-1-1) was tabbed as a national three seed for the 2019 NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament, the NCAA committee announced on Monday afternoon. The three seed is the first and highest tournament seeding for the Razorbacks in program history.



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Week 11 of the NFL season begins tonight as the Pittsburgh Steelers are in Cleveland to take on former Razorback Chris Smith and the Browns. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:20 p.m. CT on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime and with just seven weeks remaining in the regular season, every game carries a little more importance.

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National three-seed Arkansas Soccer (16-3-2, 8-1-1) will host the North Texas Mean Green (15-5-1, 7-2-1) at Razorback Field in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, Nov. 15, with first kick slated for 6:30 p.m. CT. The Razorbacks are making their fourth-straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament and sixth overall.

Coach Mike Neighbors and the Hogs will head to the Bahamas to take part in the Bahamas Hoopfest, where they will play Fordham (Nov. 29), the No. 14 seed in the Starkville Region in last season’s NCAA Tournament, and Wisconsin (Nov. 30), the only other Power 5 school in the event, in back-to-back days.

Watson welcomes three outside-hitters and a setter from four different states that together have combined for five state titles, two regional titles, and a national championship.