Women's Golf - Arkansas Razorbacks

“Distraction is the Enemy of Greatness”: Hogs Rolling as Fall Season Wraps Up

Hear From Head Coach Shauna Taylor and Co. on what has made the Fall Season one to remember.

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Arkansas Women’s Golf and Head Coach Shauna Taylor announced the signing of two future Razorbacks today, as both Meghan Royal and Reagan Zibilski put pen to paper.   

What an exciting Saturday on The Hill, as our Razorback football team battled for an exciting last-minute 31-28 win over No. 17 Mississippi State. Following the victory, Arkansas is ranked No. 25 in this week’s College Football Playoff rankings.

No. 3 Arkansas Women’s Golf wrapped up the fall portion of its schedule Wednesday, as Head Coach Shauna Taylor’s Hogs (287-299-289—875) finished eighth at The Ally.

No. 3 Arkansas Women’s Golf (287-299, +10) is in ninth place at The Ally after two rounds of play.

The second-ranked Razorbacks are looking to move up the leaderboard in the final two rounds of fall action.

Redshirt senior Brooke Matthews was named to the ANNIKA Award Fall Watch List, announced today.

Arkansas tees it up for the final event of the fall season this week.

No. 3 Arkansas Women’s Golf lost its match against Ole Miss today, falling to the defending National Champions 2-1-2 on the final day at the Jackson T. Stephens Cup. LSU won the team title, as they beat South Carolina, 4-1-0.