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Smith Wins National Pitcher of the Year Award Smith Wins National Pitcher of the Year Award

Smith Wins National Pitcher of the Year Award

Arkansas’ Hagen Smith is the College Baseball Foundation National Pitcher of the Year.

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A pair of football strength & conditioning coaches have earned the honor of Master Strength & Conditioning Coach - the highest honor that can be achieved by a strength and conditioning coach - from the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.

Razorback sprinter Nickisha Pryce has been selected as one of 10 women’s semifinalists for the 2024 Bowerman, as announced by USTFCCCA on Tuesday.

Eight former University of Arkansas student-athletes and a legendary coach have been selected as members of the 2024 class of the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Honor.

The Arkansas Razorback Dance Team will host its inaugural summer dance intensive next month, July 13th and 14th, inside Bud Walton Arena. Dancers in 8th grade, high school or college are welcome to attend.

For the second time this season USTFCCCA national women’s coaching honors have been awarded to Arkansas women’s head coach Chris Johnson and Razorback assistant coach Boogie Johnson.

Mat Clark, Director of Strength and Conditioning with Arkansas men’s and women’s track and field, will be part of the Northern Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame Induction class of 2024.

South Central Region honors for the 2024 outdoor track and field season included Razorback sprinter Nickisha Pryce being named Track Athlete of the Year with first-year Arkansas women’s head coach Chris Johnson receiving Coach of the Year.

The University of Arkansas announced several additions to the Razorback men’s basketball staff including James "Bruiser" Flint, Chris Woolard, Lunetha Pryor, Kevin Butty and Kevin Gallagher.