Women's Track & Field - Arkansas Razorbacks

Shafiqua Maloney shines bright for Razorbacks at Arkansas Invitational

Shafiqua Maloney shines bright for Razorbacks at Arkansas Invitational

Razorback senior Shafiqua Maloney highlighted the Razorback women’s performance with a trio of wins at the Arkansas Invitational.. Maloney set a meet record in the 800m, improved her career best in the 400m, and anchored the 4x400 relay to a meet record.

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A pair of meet records along with a career best time among three victories during the Arkansas Invitational last Friday earned Razorback senior Shafiqua Maloney a share of the women’s SEC Runner of the Week honor.

The Razorbacks host a 12-team field in the Arkansas Invitational on Friday, Jan. 14, inside the Randal Tyson Track Center. The first field event begins at noon while running events start at 2:30 p.m. A live stream will be available on SEC Network + starting at 2:30 p.m. CT.

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Arkansas women’s track and field announced two additions to its 2022 signing class with Brooklyn Biancamano and Ariane Linton signing a national letter of intent to join the Razorbacks next fall.

Stellar performances by Razorbacks in the Wooo Pig Classic included Lauren Gregory winning the 5,000m in a career best 15 minutes, 34.58 seconds, while Elien Vekemans set a career best of 14 feet, 1 1/4 inches to claim the pole vault at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

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Arkansas indoor track and field season begins this Friday, December 3, with the Wooo Pig Classic inside the Randal Tyson Track Center, where fans will be able to cheer on the Razorbacks in person for the first time in over a year at the newly renovated facility.

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Five newcomers to the Arkansas women’s track and field program will join the Razorbacks next fall after signing a national letter of intent this past week. The crew includes Mia Cochran, Ainsley Erzen, Mary Ellen Eudaly, Anastacia Gonzales, and Kaylie Cox.

Arkansas will host eight meets for the 2021-22 track and field season, five indoor and three outdoor, including the NCAA West Preliminary Round in late May at John McDonnell Field. Season tickets are now available for purchase.