As the world continues to change rapidly based on the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), various events have had a dramatic impact on the lives of Razorback student-athletes, coaches and fans. Amid these challenging times, Hunter Yurachek shares some perspective on the past week and the transition to what lies ahead for Razorback Athletics.
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The Southeastern Conference today announced that all regular season conference and non-conference competitions are cancelled for the remainder of the 2019-20 athletic year, including all remaining SEC championship events, due to continuing developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Based on the latest developments and the continued spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Southeastern Conference today announced the suspension of regular season competition for teams in all sports on SEC campuses, as well SEC championship events, until March 30.
The Razorback men’s tennis team will host a pair of matches this weekend when it welcomes Arkansas Pine Bluff to the Billingsley Tennis Center for a doubleheader. Arkansas will face UAPB on Saturday with first serves scheduled for 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
The Razorback men’s tennis team battled with No. 14 Ole Miss on Sunday afternoon before ultimately falling to the Rebels in its SEC home opener at the Billingsley Tennis Center, 4-3.Box Score
The Razorback men’s tennis team fell to Mississippi State on Friday night in its SEC-opener, 5-2. No. 111 Alex Reco and Enrique Paya picked up the two singles wins for the Hogs as the two improved their combined record to 15-2 this spring. Reco also battled for another win over a nationally ranked player at the No. 2 spot.Box Score
The Razorback men’s tennis team (4-4) is set for a pair of matches to open conference action against Mississippi State and No. 14 Ole Miss.