Women's Track & Field - Arkansas Razorbacks

Four Razorbacks open indoor season with 5k in Boston

Four Razorbacks open indoor season with 5k in Boston

Four Razorbacks will race over a 5,000m distance during the Sharon Colyear-Danville Season Opener on Saturday, December 3. Coverage of the meet hosted by Boston University will be available through FloTrack.

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Arkansas women’s track and field had four individuals sign a national letter of intent during the November signing period and will join the Razorbacks for the 2023 fall semester.

Razorbacks Christopher Bailey and Daszay Freeman will represent Arkansas athletics during the SEC Career Tour, which takes place November 29 through December 1 in Atlanta.

Razorback senior Lauren Gregory is part of a United States team that is competing in the World Mountain and Trail Running Championships being held this Thursday, November 3 through Sunday, November 6.

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Running is hard. Doing it over long distances at consistent top speeds is one of the most impressive athletic feats. So when you’re an All-American in cross country, indoor and outdoor track like Isabel Van Camp, you’re doing something right.


Arkansas will host a total of seven meets during the 2023 track and field season. The schedule includes five indoor meets, including the SEC Championships, along with a pair of outdoor meets.

Arkansas alums Sandi Morris and Tina Šutej finished second and third in the pole vault while competing in the 2022 Diamond League Final on Wednesday. In the shot put, Arkansas volunteer assistant Ryan Crouser placed second.

Following a bronze medal performance in the pole vault at the European Championships last week, Arkansas alum Tina Šutej won a Diamond League title Friday in Lausanne.


Despite cutting her right hand on a shoe spike during warm-up for the pole vault final at the European Championships, Arkansas alum Tina Šutej cleared an outdoor season best height of 15-7 (4.75) to earn the bronze medal at Olympiastadion on Wednesday evening.