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Razorbacks Battle to 10th in SEC Championship Razorbacks Battle to 10th in SEC Championship

Razorbacks Battle to 10th in SEC Championship

The Razorbacks began the day in 11th place, trailing Missouri. The Hogs battled through tough competition in the finals, and finished the day in 10th with a score of 373, eclipsing Missouri.

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Following day four of SEC Championship action, the Razorbacks stand in 11th with a score of 260. The Razorbacks set themselves up to earn points in the evening coming off a solid string of prelim performances.

AUBURN, Ala. – Following strong performances in Thursday’s prelims, the Razorbacks capped off the night with a Bella Cothern 4th-place finish in the B-Final of the 100 Fly and a spectacular Malea Martinez 7th-place finish in the A-Final of 1-meter diving. In prelims, Bella Cothern, Maddy Hartley, and Betsy Wizard all posted NCAA B-Cut times […]

At the end of day two of SEC Championship action, the Razorbacks currently hold 11th-place, coming on the heels of solid performances by the 200 Free Relay team and seniors Bella Cothern and Adela Vavrinova in the 50 Free and 200 IM, respectively.

At the end of day one of the SEC Championships, the Razorbacks have a score of 56 coming off of a solid performance by Malea Martinez on the springboard and a good showing in the 800 freestyle relay.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The SEC sponsors Community Service Teams for all 21 league sponsored sports. The Community Service Team looks to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to their community in superior service efforts. Representing the Razorbacks this season is Reilly Shaner, a graduate from West Des Moines, Iowa earned SEC Community […]

The Razorbacks arrived at Auburn yesterday afternoon in preparation for the SEC Championships.

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The Razorbacks were recognized for their achievements in the pool this season by SwimSwam News for cracking their top-25 power rankings in the number 25 spot.

The Razorbacks followed up their sting of dominant home wins with a solid win on the road to round out their regular season schedule. The Hogs toppled the University of Kansas Jayhawks by a 44-point margin, making the final score 172-128.