Women's Track & Field - Arkansas Razorbacks

Razorbacks host nine meets in 2024, includes SEC Indoor, NCAA West Preliminary

Razorbacks host nine meets in 2024, includes SEC Indoor, NCAA West Preliminary

Arkansas’ 2023-24 indoor and outdoor schedule includes a total of nine home meets – five indoor and four outdoor – while featuring the SEC Indoor Championships in February as well as the NCAA West Preliminary Round in May.


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Razorbacks Amber Anning, from women's track and field, along with Foster Rogers, from men's tennis, will represent the University of Arkansas during the SEC Career Tour, which takes place November 28-30 in Atlanta.

Arkansas announced the addition of three athletes to the Razorback women’s track and field program during the fall national signing period. They include Maddie Gear of Tampa, Florida; Rachel Cornell of Jenks, Oklahoma; and Ruby Little of Brookhaven, Georgia.

Racing late into the 2023 season, Arkansas alum Taylor Werner collected a silver medal as member of the United States team in the 5,000m at the Pan American Games on Thursday evening.

The final day of the Prefontaine Classic provided a pair of World records along with an American record and five world leading marks as the annual meet served as the Diamond League Final this year.

Arkansas alums Tina Šutej and Sandi Morris finished second and third in the pole vault at the Diamond League Final, collecting $12,000 and $7,000 in prize money, respectively, during the 2023 Prefontaine Classic at Hayward Field on Saturday afternoon.