Men's Track & Field - Arkansas Razorbacks

Bowerman Finalist: Ayden Owens-Delerme

Razorback Ayden Owens-Delerme is a finalist for the 2022 Bowerman Award, which will presented on December 15 in Colorado during the USTFCCCA convention.


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Razorbacks Christopher Bailey and Daszay Freeman will represent Arkansas athletics during the SEC Career Tour, which takes place November 29 through December 1 in Atlanta.

Arkansas graduate Amon Kemboi, who earned six All-America honors as a Razorback, announced he has joined the professional group coached by UA alum Alistair Cragg in North Carolina.

Pole vaulter John Scott Kendricks of Oxford, Mississippi, signed a national letter of intent with the Arkansas Razorbacks. Kendricks heads into his senior high school season with a career best of 16 feet, 9.5 inches (5.12), which won the 2022 adidas Outdoor Nationals title.

Arkansas will host a total of seven meets during the 2023 track and field season. The schedule includes five indoor meets, including the SEC Championships, along with a pair of outdoor meets.

Arkansas alums Sandi Morris and Tina Šutej finished second and third in the pole vault while competing in the 2022 Diamond League Final on Wednesday. In the shot put, Arkansas volunteer assistant Ryan Crouser placed second.

An incoming freshman joining the Razorback track and field program is Isaac Carney, a middle-distance runner from Tulsa, Oklahoma, who completes the 2022 incoming class for Arkansas.

A pair of Commonwealth Games bronze medals were achieved on Sunday during the final track and field morning session at Alexander Stadium by Cindy Sember and Jah-Nhai Perinchief, a pair of athletes who train in Fayetteville with Razorback assistant coaches.

Incoming Razorback freshman Jaydon Hibbert of Jamaica broke the World U20 Championship triple jump record on his first attempt leap of 56 feet, 8 inches (17.27) in the final and captured the gold medal with a two-foot improvement to his previous career best.