Razorbacks produce six wins amid inclement weather at Arkansas Twilight

Razorbacks produce six wins amid inclement weather at Arkansas Twilight

The Razorbacks produced solid marks during the Arkansas Twilight despite inclement weather which included hail and a lightning delay amid rain showers during Friday’s action at John McDonnell Field.



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Friday’s Arkansas Twilight held at John McDonnell Field provides a final tune-up for the Razorbacks prior to next week’s conference meet as well as an opportunity for professional athletes, such as Sandi Morris, to continue preparations for the Olympic Trials that are just over a month away.

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Razorback Krissy Gear was named SEC Runner of the Week following her winning performance of 4:09.00 in the Invitational 1,500m at Fresno State’s West Coast Relays.

No. 2 Arkansas claimed three victories while finishing as the top collegian in two additional events during a productive day of competition at the LSU Invitational held inside Bernie Moore Stadium on Saturday.


No. 2 Arkansas competes against No. 1 LSU in the LSU Invitational on Saturday, May 1, inside Bernie Moore Stadium for the first meeting between the two programs since the Texas Relays in late March.  

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A fantastic day greeted 991 spectators during Sunday’s portion of the John McDonnell Invitational as they witnessed a meet record among the five victories earned by the Razorbacks.

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The first day of the John McDonnell Invitational, with 867 fans in attendance, included a pair of Razorback victories for Tiana Wilson in the 200m and Lauren Martinez in the pole vault as each moved into the UA all-time top 10 with their respective performances.

Saturday results

The No. 2 Arkansas Razorbacks compete at home this weekend in the John McDonnell Invitational, which will be held Saturday and Sunday, April 24-25, at John McDonnell Field. This marks the first home meet this season in which fans are allowed.

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A change in the schedule for this weekend’s John McDonnell Invitational will have the Arkansas track and field meet being held on Saturday, April 24, and Sunday, April 25, instead of an original Friday-Saturday schedule.

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