Hogs Fall In Match Play To LSU, 3-2

Hogs Fall In Match Play To LSU, 3-2

No. 13 Arkansas Women’s Golf had its run ended at the SEC Women’s Golf Championship on Saturday morning, as the Hogs fell to No. 1 seed LSU, 3-2, in match play.

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Redshirt junior Brooke Matthews’ clutch birdie on 18 kept the Hogs in eighth place on Friday afternoon, locking the Hogs into the first round of match play at the 2021 SEC Women’s Golf Championship.

No. 13 Arkansas Women’s Golf stayed above the cut line on day two at the SEC Championship, as Head Coach Shauna Taylor’s Hogs shot a 283 (-5) as a team, good enough to keep them at sixth place headed into the final round of stroke play.

No. 13 Arkansas Women’s Golf is tied for fourth place through round one at the SEC Women’s Golf Championship.

For the first time in nearly two years, No. 13 Arkansas Women’s Golf will take part in a postseason event, as the SEC Women’s Golf Championship is set to tee off tomorrow, April 14.

No. 16 Arkansas Women’s Golf recorded its third top-five finish this season Wednesday afternoon, as Head Coach Shauna Taylor’s Hogs finished the LSU Tiger Golf Classic in sole possession of fifth place (292-298-290—880).

No. 16 Arkansas Women’s Golf is sixth after rounds one and two at the LSU Tiger Golf Classic, as Head Coach Shauna Taylor’s Hogs are 14-over (292-298—590) after 36 holes of play.

In appreciation of its more than 460 student-athletes competing in 19 sports, Razorback Athletics is celebrating National Student-Athlete Day.

No. 16 Arkansas Women’s Golf is headed to the LSU Tiger Golf Classic (April 6-7), where Head Coach Shauna Taylor’s Hogs will close out the regular season.