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Carr joins Razorbacks

Carr joins Razorbacks

Arkansas women’s basketball and Head Coach Mike Neighbors have added Christianna Carr to the Razorbacks’ talented roster as a transfer from Syracuse. With the Orange last season, Carr played in and started all 29 games scoring 11.7 points per game while adding 4.6 rebounds per game. Prior to Syracuse, she played three seasons at Kansas State averaging 11.3 points per game in her career as a Wildcat, including 15.2 as a junior in 2020-21.

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Due to NCAA Men's Basketball broadcast guidelines, the Arkansas-New Mexico State radio broadcast cannot be streamed inside the Arkansas Razorbacks app. Watch the game on TNT or listen on your radio device.

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