School-Record Nine Razorbacks Named All-SEC

School-Record Nine Razorbacks Named All-SEC

With the 2019 SEC Tournament just one day away, the year-end All-SEC teams were released Monday afternoon after being voted on by the league coaches and they feature a school-record nine Razorbacks on either the second team, all-freshman team, or all-defensive team.


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The fourth-ranked Arkansas baseball team claimed its second-straight SEC Western Division title Saturday afternoon as it was named co-champions with Mississippi State with a 20-10 conference record. It’s the sixth division title in program history and fifth for head coach Dave Van Horn.  

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A first-inning solo home run from sophomore Casey Martin was not enough for the fourth-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks Saturday as they dropped their third of their last four games, falling to 17th-ranked Texas A&M, 6-1, in the final game of the regular season.

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Fourth-ranked Arkansas got off to a slow start Friday night in Blue Bell Park, struggling to string hits together against the 17th-ranked Texas A&M pitching staff before falling, 6-2, and evening the three-game series with a rubber match set for Saturday.

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With an increasing chance of rain throughout the day developing through the College Station area on Saturday, the start time for Arkansas’ regular-season finale against Texas A&M will now be at 11 a.m. to provide a better opportunity to complete the game.

Fourth-ranked Arkansas used the home run ball five times Thursday night to pull out a 7-3 victory over 17th-ranked Texas A&M at Blue Bell Park. Arkansas has won five-straight conference series openers and 20 SEC games for the first time in the Dave Van Horn era.

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Arkansas shortstop Casey Martin is one of 26 college players named by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers’ Association (NCBWA) as a Dick Howser Trophy semifinalist on Thursday. This is 33rd year for the Dick Howser Trophy, which is given to the top player in collegiate baseball.

Arkansas redshirt-junior right-hander Isaiah Campbell is one of 25 amateur players named by USA Baseball as a Golden Spikes Award semifinalist on Wednesday. The 42nd Golden Spikes Award recognizes the top amateur baseball player in the country for the 2019 season and will be presented on June 14 in Los Angeles.

The fourth-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks will finish the regular season at 17th-ranked Texas A&M this weekend with a three-game series starting on Thursday at Blue Bell Park. The Hogs have a one-game lead in the SEC Western Division over Mississippi State and have won four-straight conference series.  

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