Arkansas Gymnastics Invites Season Ticket Holders to Renew for 2021 Season

Arkansas Gymnastics Invites Season Ticket Holders to Renew for 2021 Season

As we approach the start of the season for second-year head coach, Jordyn Wieber and the Gymbacks, we are writing to update you on what Arkansas has been up to since the spring and the adjustments that will occur in Barnhill Arena this season due to the ongoing pandemic.

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The 2021 University of Arkansas gymnastics schedule will feature a Southeastern Conference only regular season, as announced by the league office on Monday (Nov.23). The season will be comprised of eight meets per school over a 10-week conference-only schedule.  

The signees come from all over the United States with Arkansas’ footprint reaching all the way from the Hawaiian Islands to Cornelius, North Carolina. 

The University of Arkansas will be adding to its championship legacy by hosting four future NCAA postseason events, including the 2026 NCAA Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships, it was announced on Wednesday.

U.S. News & World Report (USNWR) has ranked Fayetteville as the best city to live in the Southeastern Conference and the 8th best city overall in the nation on the publication’s annual “Best Places To Live” list.

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Head gymnastics coach Jordyn Wieber and the Arkansas Razorback gymnastics team saw a  program-record 12 Gymbacks named to the 2020 WCGA All-Academic team, announced by the WCGA on Tuesday.

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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.

Head gymnastics coach Jordyn Wieber has announced that Maggie O’Hara, a University of Michigan graduate, will be joining the Arkansas Gymbacks for the 2020-2021 season.