Yurachek discusses plan to welcome student-athletes back to campus

Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek discussed the Razorbacks plans to welcome back student-athletes to campus for in-person voluntary workouts beginning June 8.

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The Virtual ONE Razorback Roadshow is coming to your home this evening with a lineup including Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Hunter Yurachek, Baseball Coach Dave Van Horn, Women’s Tennis Coach Courtney Steinbock, Women’s Track & Field / Cross Country Coach Lance Harter along with visits by a few Razorback student-athletes.

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A school record seven University of Arkansas intercollegiate athletic programs earned public recognition awards for their exemplary academic performance by the NCAA on Tuesday.

Graduation is a special time on every campus but there's no better place than The Hill.

The female and male teams of the year were announced on day four of the ninth annual HOGSPYs, which highlights the athletic achievements of Arkansas’ student-athletes.

This award recognizes one female team who had had an impressive season, displayed academic excellence and overall team success.

Two more HOGSPY awards were announced on day three of the ninth annual HOGSPYs, which highlights the athletic achievements of Arkansas’ student-athletes.

This award recognizes a standout sophomore, junior, or senior student-athlete who has demonstrated outstanding athletic achievement on the field of play. Must be a student-athlete who maintains a GPA of 2.5 of above.

A standout student-athlete who demonstrated outstanding resilience to overcome a significant injury, personal challenge, or hardship in order to make a profound contribution during athletic competition.