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    Diamond Hogs outlast Mississippi State 5-3 late Thursday

    By Nate Allen Sports MISSISSIPPI STATE (Thursday night) Call the Arkansas Razorbacks’ 5-3 SEC West victory over the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Baum-Walker Stadium a Small success with a Capital S. Bulldogs ace Ethan Small with his heretofore 4-0 record and 1.83 earned run average baffled Arkansas for five full innings. With a solitary single in the fifth for a base runner, only 16 Razorbacks batted the first five innings. Eight times they struck out.…

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    UA’s Campbell earns consideration for Golden Spikes award

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas Razorbacks junior right-handed pitcher Isaiah Campbell didn’t adorn the preseason watch list for the Golden Spikes Award, the college baseball equivalent to college football’s Heisman Trophy. Now with the college baseball season half done, Campbell, 6-0, 2.29 earned run average with 59 strikeouts vs. 13 walks in 51 innings, has pitched his way on to the 40-man list for the Golden Spikes Award, it was announced Wednesday by…

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    UA snaps home losing streak Tuesday, outlasts ORU 15-8

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – Nine Oral Roberts University Golden Eagles pitchers set Arkansas’ table with 13 walks. With Heston Kjerstad’s grand slam plus a solo for his second home run, Matt Goodheart’s 3-run home run as his season’s first, and home run and four Razorbacks hitting five doubles among the 14-hits impetus driving runs home, Arkansas feasted on a 15-8 nonconference victory in four-hours before 4,360 Tuesday night at Baum-Walker Stadium. Casey Martin,…

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    NCAA Golf, Tyson Foundation take center stage at Tuesday press event

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – Aside from supplying The Blessings course upon which the Arkansas Razorbacks men’s and women’s teams will host the NCAA Men’s and NCAA Women’s Tournaments on successive May weeks, Blessings founder John Tyson through the Tyson Foundation insures all will attend the NCAA Golf Tournaments free of charge. At a program Tuesday at The Blessings attended by Tyson and emceed by the Golf Channel’s Lisa Cornwell, a Fayetteville native and…

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    New coach Musselman introduced at Monday press conference

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – Before he recruits new Razorbacks players and recruits Razorbacks fans and key boosters, new Arkansas Basketball Coach Eric Musselman must recruit at least most of the roster remaining from previous Arkansas Coach Mike Anderson. Musselman, the University of Nevada coach hired for $2.5 million per year through 2023-2024 by Arkansas Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek, met media and boosters at a Monday afternoon press conference at Walton Arena following Yurachek’s…

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    Diamond Hogs look to rebound against ORU tonight

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – Perhaps saving their season by stopping at four a losing streak about to come five in the ninth inning of last Friday’s 9-6 15-inning victory over Auburn, the Arkansas Razorbacks return tonight to Baum-Walker Stadium where the losing streak started. The Razorbacks 23-8, 7-4 in the SEC West, host the Oral Roberts University Golden Eagles, 14-15 of the Summit League at 6:30 tonight. Arkansas lost the last two of…

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    Musselman officially named UA basketball coach Sunday

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – University of Nevada Coach and former Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings NBA head coach Eric Musselman officially became the University of Arkansas Razorbacks head men’s basketball coach, Arkansas Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek announced Sunday. Arkansas has been without a head men’s basketball coach since Mike Anderson, the Razorbacks coach the past eight years, was fired March 26 by Yurachek. “ “Eric Musselman is a coach that has had…

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    Red and White clash in annual Spring football game on Saturday

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – The Arkansas Razorbacks defense knew it won Saturday’s Red-White intrasquad game against the offense though not exactly how. The offense scores conventionally with touchdowns and field goals but Arkansas Coach Chad Morris figures a formula for defensive scoring on three and outs, sacks, tackles for losses, turnovers plus any pick sixes resulting in a 39-33 Red defense over the White offense Saturday. “I think if you reflect how the…

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    Agim, UA defense touted in front of Saturday’s spring game

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – After relinquishing the belt last week that Arkansas Coach Chad Morris awards to the unit practicing the best, the Razorback Defense reclaimed the belt following Thursday’s practice. “We got it back today,” Arkansas senior defensive tackle and Hope High School alum McTelvin “Sosa” Agim said after yesterday’s practice. “So they got to babysit it for a day.” Apparently for the closed portion of practice the belt’s sway came down…

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    UALR Trojans upset UA Fayetteville Razorbacks 17-7

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – Regardless whether you call the Trojans by their University of Arkansas-Little Rock given name or the Little Rock they prefer, call them victors vanquishing the Arkansas Razorbacks. In the first official baseball game ever between the University of Arkansas’ Fayetteville and Little Rock campuses, Little Rock of the Sun Belt Conference pounded, 17-7 the reigning national runner-up currently nationally ninth in the Coaches poll Razorbacks of the SEC Tuesday…

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    Ole Miss outlasts UA 10-5 in Sunday battle

    By Nate Allen Sports FAYETTEVILLE – For the first this SEC baseball season the Arkansas Razorbacks took a Sunday punch instead of delivering one. The nationally No. 22 Ole Miss Rebels punched the nationally No. 8 Razorbacks, 10-5 Sunday at Baum-Walker Stadium in the rubber game of the SEC West series that opened with Arkansas winning 5-3 Friday night and the Rebels winning, 4-3 Saturday afternoon. It marked the first SEC series lost this season…

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    UA women upset by TCU 82-78, ending WNIT run

    By Rick Kennedy, updated Thursday FAYETTEVILLE — Postseason excitement turned to disappointment Thursday as the TCU Horned Frogs upset the University of Arkansas 82-78 in the third round of the Women’s Women’s National Invitation Tournament. In a tight game that saw the UA women lead much of the first half and into the second, the two teams were tied 68-68 in the final 4:30 of the contest. But, TCU seized the lead from there, and…

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