From the Desk of Hunter Yurachek: Dec. 1

From the Desk of Hunter Yurachek: Dec. 1

As we enter the first week of December, there are still plenty of upcoming events for Razorback Athletics before the end of the calendar year.


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SEC cross country awards for the 2020 season included a pair of honors for the Razorback women’s team with Taylor Ewert selected as the Freshman of the Year and Lance Harter named Coach of the Year.

Four former Razorbacks along with a current Arkansas head coach are among nine members of the 2021 Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame Class announced on Sunday. This year’s selection includes women’s track and field head coach Lance Harter, women’s golfer Lisa Cornwell, Razorback football four-year letterman and assistant coach Tim Horton, men’s basketball star Joe Johnson and baseball all-conference standout Johnny Ray.

National signing day became very prosperous for the Arkansas women’s track and field program with four talented distance runners delivering their intention of becoming Razorbacks this week.

Another victory, claiming an eighth consecutive SEC Championship, kept the Razorbacks in the No. 1 position for two national polls, which were updated this week following conference championships held this past weekend.

The more things change, the more some things stay the same. In a year of uncertainty, the championship dominance of Arkansas Cross Country and Track and Field certainly remains the same.

In claiming an eighth consecutive SEC Championship in cross country, the No. 1 Arkansas Razorbacks scored 41 points and bettered the field by 16 on the University Club course.


The No. 1 ranked Razorback women’s team will contend for an eighth consecutive cross country league team title when they compete in the SEC Championships this Friday. 

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