Preview - No. 22 Arkansas vs. New Orleans

Friday, November 8
Time: 10:30 a.m.
Opponent: New Orleans
Tickets: $5 Adult | Free For Kids 12 & Under
Promotions: Elementary Day | Pregame Chalk Talk (10:05 a.m.)


  • The Razorbacks took down the Oklahoma City Stars, 77-62, in the exhibition finale.
  • Dungee was great once again for the Hogs, going for 31 points on 9 of 13 shooting.
  • Dungee was also a stellar 6 of 9 from deep, while also going 7 of 8 at the line.
  • To top it all off, Dungee also pulled down six total rebounds, tied for the team lead.
  • Ramirez joined Dungee in double-figures, scoring 15 points, including 12 in the third quarter.
  • Makayla Daniels and Taylah Thomas both showed quick hands in the win, as both nabbed three steals each.
  • 1,597 fans showed up to the game, the highest attendance for an exhibtion game since 2015.


  • The Razorbacks came in at 22 in both the AP Poll and in the USA Today Sports Coaches Poll. The preseason rankings mark the first time since 2002 that Arkansas will start a season inside the Top 25. 22 is also Arkansas’ highest ranking in the AP Poll since January 9, 2011.
  • Chelsea Dungee has been center stage in almost every preseason watch list.  She was recently named to the Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Preseason Watch List. Dungee was one of just 20 players in the nation to make the list, which highlights the top shooting guards in the country. Dungee was also named to espnW’s Top-25 Players List. She came in at No. 18.  The redshirt junior guard was also placed on the Wooden Award Preseason Top 30 and on the Naismith Trophy Preseason Top 50.
  • Coach Neighbors added an absolute weapon in Amber Ramirez, who will be able to play after sitting out all of last season. Ramirez, a former five-star recruit, McDonald’s All-American and Jordan Brand Classic participant, will give the offense another weapon. While at TCU, Ramirez averaged 9.6 points per game over her 59 appearances. She also tallied 28 starts, 23 of which came in 2017-18. During her sophomore season, Ramirez’s numbers jumped across the board. She poured in 10.4 points per game in 24.9 minutes per game. Her shooting, especially from deep, was on display during her sophomore season, as she shot a staggering 39.2 percent from range.


The Razorback Ticket Center is taking orders online and by phone for new season tickets and fans have several options from which to select.

  • Reserved Seats — $75
  • General Admission Seats — $45
  • Reserved Seats with the purchase of Men’s Basketball Season Tickets — $65
  • General Admission Seats with the purchase of Men’s Basketball Season Tickets — $40

Additionally, each order includes a special season ticket holder gift.

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