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From the Desk of Hunter Yurachek: Dec. 15

From the Desk of Hunter Yurachek: Dec. 15

As we near the end of 2021, it provides a great opportunity to reflect on what a remarkable year it has been for the Razorback Family! From championships to record performances, this year will be forever etched in the Razorback history books. 

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Happy New Year! I can’t think of a better way to ring in the Razorback New Year than with our exciting 24-10 victory over Penn State in the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Florida.

Razorback Soccer is adding Shana Flynn to the spring roster, head coach Colby Hale announced on Monday afternoon. The Ontario, Canada native comes to Fayetteville after spending four seasons at UCLA.

Razorback senior defender Bryana Hunter garnered second-team honors on the 2021 Academic All-America Women’s Soccer team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). A biochemistry major, Hunter was also awarded SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year last month.

CoSIDA Release

Razorback forward Parker Goins was named a First Team All-American by the United Soccer Coaches on Thursday afternoon. Goins was honored for the second straight year after becoming the third Razorback All-American last year, making the third team.

USC Release

Razorback forward Parker Goins was named a semifinalist for the MAC Hermann Trophy, the Missouri Athletic Club announced on Tuesday afternoon. Goins is the second Razorback in program history to be named a semifinalist for the award, which honors the National Player of the Year in Division I.

USC Release

Arkansas Soccer put four on the United Soccer Coaches All-Southeast Region Teams, the organization announced on Monday afternoon. This marks the fourth straight season four or more Razorbacks have made appearances on the All-Southeast Region teams. Bryana Hunter, Parker Goins and Anna Podojil made the region’s first team while Taylor Malham was named to the second team.

After making its first Elite 8 appearance in program history, second-seeded Arkansas fell to top-seeded Rutgers in penalty kicks, 2(4)-2(2).

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