A pair of Arkansas coaches were honored with South Central Region accolades from the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association on Thursday. Razorback women’s head coach Lance Harter was named Coach of the Year while associate head coach Chris Johnson was selected Assistant Coach of the Year.
In winning a seventh consecutive SEC Indoor championship, the No. 1 Arkansas Razorbacks totaled 141 points and bettered the conference field by 60 points. Since the league expanded to 14 teams in 2012-13, this total for the Razorbacks was the second highest winning score, just 10 shy of the 151 points Arkansas scored in 2019, the last time they hosted the SEC Indoor meet.Final Results
The Razorbacks scored 25 points on the second day of the SEC Indoor Championships, while advancing 18 entrants to Saturday finals at Randal Tyson Track Center.Results - Day 2
G’Auna Edwards and the Razorback distance medley relay both claimed bronze medals as the SEC Indoor Championships started Thursday inside the Randal Tyson Track Center.Results - Day 1
This weekend top-ranked Arkansas hosts the SEC Indoor Championships, which features five teams nationally ranked among the top 10 with another four schools ranked in the top 25, as the Razorbacks contend for a seventh consecutive indoor conference team title.Schedule Live Results SEC Network+ Links Women's Start List
In his first competition this season, Razorback alum Andrew Irwin cleared 18 feet, 8 ¼ inches (5.70m) to win the pole vault competition Sunday inside Randal Tyson Track Center during the fourth and final installment of the American Track League meets.Final Results
Another milestone for the Randal Tyson Track Center came in the form of certification for the facility by World Athletics this month following recent renovations.