Cross Country - Arkansas Razorbacks

Impressive effort places Arkansas third in Pre-National Invitational

Impressive effort places Arkansas third in Pre-National Invitational

A strong performance by the No. 8 Arkansas men powered the Razorbacks to a third-place finish in the Florida State Pre-National Invitational held on Friday. The same site will host the NCAA Championships in November.

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No. 8 Arkansas will be one of a dozen nationally ranked teams racing among 40 schools over 8,000m in the Pre-National Invitational hosted by Florida State at 7 a.m. (CT) on Friday morning on the Apalachee Regional Park course.

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Myles Richter earned SEC men’s Runner of the Week honor following his runner-up performance at the Chile Pepper Festival. Richter produced the best 8k time of 23:33.5 in the league this past weekend.

Covering the Agri Park course in a career best of 23 minutes, 33.5 seconds earned Razorback Myles Richter runner-up honors in the McDonnell Memorial 8k race held at the 33rd annual Chile Pepper Festival on Friday.

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No. 8 Arkansas races at 5:30 p.m. Friday in the 33rd Chile Pepper Festival over an 8,000m course at Agri Park, competing among a field of 75 teams which includes 11 nationally ranked programs among Division I, Division II and NJCAA schools entered.

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Led by a 1-2 finish from Gilbert Boit and Amon Kemboi, the Razorbacks claimed the team title at the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown, hosted by Boston College on Friday.

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Arkansas, nationally ranked No. 6 this week in the NCAA coaches’ poll, competes in the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown hosted by Boston College on Friday afternoon where the Razorbacks will race on an 8,000m course at Franklin Park with a start time of 3:30 p.m. (ET).

Collegiate cross country races in the 33rd annual Chile Pepper Festival will be held on Friday, October 1, while the high school and open races will remain on Saturday, October 2, at the Agri Park course, the Chile Pepper Festival organizing committee announced Monday.

From Hog Town to the Hog Walk, the Razorback Band and Spirit Squads to the nation’s most beloved mascot Tusk V, it was great to have our fans back at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium for the football season opener. Coach Sam Pittman and the football team delivered a strong second half showing on the way to a 38-17 win over the Rice Owls.