From Hog Town to the Hog Walk, the Razorback Band and Spirit Squads to the nation’s most beloved mascot Tusk V, it was great to have our fans back at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium for the football season opener. Coach Sam Pittman and the football team delivered a strong second half showing on the way to a 38-17 win over the Rice Owls.
It is that time again! After a record-breaking 2020-21 campaign, Razorback student-athletes, coaches and staff are on campus and gearing up for another banner athletics year in 2021-22. By this time next week, three of our fall sports (football, soccer and volleyball) will have officially started preparations for the season, with men’s and women’s cross country to begin later this month.
In a less than ordinary year, University of Arkansas student-athletes, coaches, staff came together in an extraordinary way, on and off the field, resulting in a record-setting athletics year.Year of the Razorback Homepage
Heading into the 2020-21 school year, no one even knew if college sports were going to be a thing. But universities found a way to safely allow their student-athletes to compete in the sports they love.Subscribe
Outstanding plays, buzzer beaters, championship clinching performances, deep postseason runs and improbable victories were just a few of the defining threads in a year that produced a rich tapestry of great Razorback moments.Year of the Razorback Homepage
The 2020-21 athletic year was one of unprecedented success across Razorback sports: 10 SEC Championships, 10 SEC Coach of the Year awards, eight top-10 finishes, All-Americans, a national player of the year, a program of the year award and a national title.Subscribe
Each athletics year brings its share of challenges and adversity. However, it would be hard to imagine, that, at least in recent history, there was a year when Razorback student-athletes, coaches, staff members and fans faced as many obstacles as they did in 2020-21.Year of the Razorback Homepage
A record-setting athletics year, including one NCAA title and 10 Southeastern Conference regular season and tournament championships, elevated the University of Arkansas to a program best No. 8 finish in the 2020-21 Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup final standings