Racing in the semi-final of the 400m hurdles in the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, Arkansas alum Kemar Mowatt, representing Jamaica, finished fifth in the first of three heats with a time of 48.95 seconds.Day 4 start list
First day of track and field action in the Tokyo Olympics had Arkansas alum Kemar Mowatt advancing to the semi-final of the 400m hurdles, which will be run on Sunday evening (JST) and viewable at 7:05 a.m. (CT).Day 2 Start list
Razorbacks competing in track and field events during the Tokyo Olympics get started this Friday in Japan, with coverage on NBC available Thursday evening in the United States. Three Arkansas alums – Shafiqua Maloney, Kemar Mowatt, and Dominique Scott – begin competition on the first day of track and field action.Day 1 start list
U.S. News & World Report (USNWR) has ranked Fayetteville as the best city to live in the Southeastern Conference and the 4th best city overall in the nation on the publication’s annual “Best Places To Live” list.View Full List
Outstanding plays, buzzer beaters, championship clinching performances, deep postseason runs and improbable victories were just a few of the defining threads in a year that produced a rich tapestry of great Razorback moments.Year of the Razorback Homepage
A record-setting athletics year, including one NCAA title and 10 Southeastern Conference regular season and tournament championships, elevated the University of Arkansas to a program best No. 8 finish in the 2020-21 Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup final standings
Arkansas men’s head coach Chris Bucknam announced Travis Geopfert’s return to the Razorbacks track and field program as an associate head coach following three years with Tennessee, where Geopfert served as associate head coach with the men’s and women’s teams.
Arkansas placed 74 student-athletes on the 2020-21 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll as part of 1,130 student-athletes across the SEC as announced Tuesday by SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.