Arkansas Squad Features Pair of SEC Champions in SEC Preview

Arkansas Squad Features Pair of SEC Champions in SEC Preview

This weekend marks the return to racing for the Razorbacks as they compete in the SEC Preview hosted by LSU at the University Club of Baton Rouge on Saturday, September 19, with a start time of 9 a.m. for the men’s race on a 6,000m course.

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Following a layoff since the indoor season due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Razorbacks return to a competition mode with the cross country season this fall. Arkansas will race in three meets, with the SEC Championships completing the campaign.

The Razorback men are favored by the league’s head coaches to win the SEC Championship in cross country this fall, as announced by the conference office.

A condensed cross country season will see the return of the Razorbacks in competition this fall, as announced by the conference office last week. Teams can compete in a maximum of four meets, starting on September 11, with the final meet being the SEC Championships, held October 30, as LSU serves as the host school.

The Southeastern Conference has established new start dates and formats for the SEC cross country, soccer and volleyball seasons as well as the fall golf and tennis seasons, as the 14 members of the SEC continue to monitor developments related to COVID-19, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Thursday.

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.

Beginning Monday, our “20/20 Look Back” series will kick off here on 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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The Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday that it will postpone the start of volleyball, soccer and cross country competition through at least August 31. The decision will provide additional time to prepare for the safe return of competition on an adjusted timeline.