Arkansas Celebrates 30 Years in the SEC

Arkansas Celebrates 30 Years in the SEC

After 76 years as a member of the Southwest Conference, the Razorbacks made a bold move to a new conference home, a decision that would lead to unprecedented growth for both the University of Arkansas and the SEC and help ignite a change in the landscape of intercollegiate athletics.

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The new partnership aims to connect the next generation of athletes, coaches, teams, leagues and sports facilities with the latest in video and analytics technology, powered by AI and machine learning.

Beginning Monday, our “20/20 Look Back” series will kick off here on ArkansasRazorbacks.com and across our social media platforms. I hope you will take an opportunity to check in each weekday to celebrate the phenomenal year that was 2019-20.

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Arkansas placed 80 student-athletes on the 2019-20 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll as part of the SEC's total of 1,252 student-athletes named Tuesday by SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.

Men's tennis junior Josh Bortnick interviews incoming freshman Avery Zavala. Zavala is a native of Amarillo, Texas and the top-ranked player in the Lone Star state.

Junior Hunter Harrison has a rapid fire interview with incoming Razorback Foster Rogers. Rogers, a Little Rock native, is the top-ranked player coming out of the Natural State.

Razorback Gymnastics Coach Jordyn Wieber, Soccer Coach Colby Hale, Men’s Tennis Coach Andy Jackson along with Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek, plus a special appearance from Bobby Bones will make up the fourth Virtual ONE Razorback Roadshow on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

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Graduation is a special time on every campus but there's no better place than The Hill.

This award recognizes a standout sophomore, junior, or senior student-athlete who has demonstrated outstanding athletic achievement on the field of play. Must be a student-athlete who maintains a GPA of 2.5 of above.