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No. 2 Razorbacks share lead with 31 entries in NCAA West No. 2 Razorbacks share lead with 31 entries in NCAA West

No. 2 Razorbacks share lead with 31 entries in NCAA West

No. 2 Arkansas will host the NCAA West First Round competition next week, May 22-25, at John McDonnell Field with 31 entries for the NCAA Championships in 15 events. A total of 24 Razorbacks qualified for the NCAA West and Arkansas has six entries in the 400m along with three entries apiece in the 800m and 5,000m.

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Arkansas’ quest for another SEC Championship came up short this weekend as the Razorbacks totaled 110 points, with 78 being scored on the final day.

Final Results

Three bronze medal finishes on the second day of the SEC Championships contributed 18 points to the Razorback team scores. Those efforts included Marin Chamberlin (pole vault), Nia Robinson (long jump), and Laura Taborda (steeplechase).

Day 2 Results

Arkansas produced a world-leading time in the 400m hurdle prelims by Rachel Glenn and freshman Paityn Noe capped the first day of the SEC Championships with a silver medal in the 10,000m.

Day 1 Results

Racing at the World Relays this weekend, Arkansas alum Chris Bailey and Alexis Holmes both assisted Team USA in securing qualification for the Paris Olympic Games in the men’s and women’s 4 x 400m relays.

Razorback Destiny Huven won her first race over 100m hurdles this outdoor season with a time of 13.39 seconds during Friday’s Arkansas Twilight at John McDonnell Field.

Final Results

A pair of Arkansas alums – Chris Bailey and Paris Peoples – will be part of Team USA this weekend, May 4-5, during the 2024 World Relays as the top 14 teams seek qualification to the Paris Olympics this summer.