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Razorback Brew 2/7: Comeback champs
Today, the Arkansas women's golf team is bringing home a trophy.
Good Morning. We love a good trophy, and so does the Arkansas women’s golf team. The Hogs are bringing home some hardware after a clutch finish in the Caribbean. We’ll dive in to the scorecard for ya.
Now, what else is in store for today’s Brew?
🎥 Training with the lads
🏌️♀️ Roaring back for the W
🐗 And so much more!
🏈 MEET DONEIKO SLAUGHTER
Doneiko Slaughter is much more than just a cool name. Raised in Atlanta, GA, Doneiko has played both safety and nickel defensive back in his early playing days. Being the youngest of three brothers on his mom’s side growing up wasn’t easy, but he’s the only athlete in his family to go D1. How’s that for a glow up?
This episode of “In Studio with Tera” features Tera Talmadge getting to know new Arkansas defensive back, Doneiko Slaughter. Learn about his time at Tennessee, and what he brings to the Razorbacks.
⚾️ BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN
Ever wondered why so many former Razorback players return to Fayetteville to train in the offseason? Find out on this episode of the Follow.
Catch up with past stars including Heston Kjerstad, Dominic Fletcher, and Zach Jackson. See these Big Leaguers train at some of the best baseball facilities in the country.
📈 STOCK UP
🔺 Comeback Champs. Thanks to the program’s lowest 18-hole total score in three years, the No. 3 Arkansas women’s golf team came back to win the Purdue Puerto Rico Classic. The Razorbacks fired a 12-under 276 to cap off a final score of 10-under 854 for the week.
Arkansas was in a tie for ninth after the first round, and was in fourth place going into the final round. The Hogs took the lead for the first time of the tournament thru 12 holes on Tuesday, and after a few ties with LSU, Kajal Mistry made back-to-back birdies on her final two holes to seal the deal. Arkansas tallied 21 birdies among all four counting scores on the final day, which were all under par to beat LSU by one stroke.
The victory is the 31st in the history of Arkansas women’s golf, and 24th under head coach Shauna Taylor and assistant coach Mike Adams.
🔺 Clubhouse Leaders. Arkansas baseball’s Wehiwa Aloy, Mason Molina and Hagen Smith have been named preseason All-Americans by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. Wehiwa and Hagen earned second-team praise at shortstop and starting pitcher, respectively, from the NCBWA, while Mason garnered third-team recognition at starting pitcher
🔺 Opening Lessons. With opening day just one sleep away, Arkansas softball head coach Courtney Deifel is looking forward to seeing how this year’s Razorbacks handle adversity. That will go hand-in-hand with what she believes to be a challenging non-conference tournament slate. Coach Deifel expands on these topics and much more in her opening weekend presser.
🔺 Programing Update. The Arkansas Gymbacks belong on the big stage, and that’s exactly where they’ll be in two days! This Friday's meet at Florida has been elevated to ESPN with the same starting time of 6:30pm. Click here to check out the highlights from Arkansas’ match vs. LSU last week.
🔺 Jump On It. A world-leading performance to open his 2024 season merited the SEC Field Athlete of the Week accolade for Arkansas junior Wayne Pinnock, who set an indoor career best of 27-4.5 (8.34) to win the long jump in Albuquerque.
Improving his previous best by half an inch, Wayne moved into the world leading position for the indoor season. He remains at No. 10 on the collegiate all-time list as well as the No. 3 Jamaican and No. 4 on the UA all-time list.
🎧 THE RAZORBACK DAILY
He’s baaaaaaaack. Devo Davis has returned! We’ll discuss what this means for the team and hear what Eric Musselman has to say about it.
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📅 THE WEEK AHEAD
Wednesday, February 7:
No events scheduled
Thursday, February 8:
🥎 Softball vs. Marshall in Paradise Classic @ 1:00 p.m.
🎾 Women’s Tennis at Grand Canyon @ 4:00 p.m.
🏀 Women’s Basketball at Florida @ 5:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus
🥎 Softball vs. FAU in Paradise Classic @ 6:00 p.m.
Friday, February 9:
🏃 Track & Field in Tyson Invitational
🥎 Softball vs. Ohio in Paradise Classic @ 10:30 a.m. on FloSoftball
🤸 Gymnastics at Florida at 6:30 p.m. on ESPN
Saturday, February 10:
🏃 Track & Field in Tyson Invitational
🏃 Men’s Track & Field in BC Eagle Invitational
🏃 Men’s Track & Field in BU Valentine Invitational
🥎 Softball vs. Penn State in Paradise Classic @ 8:00 a.m. on FloSoftball
🥎 Softball vs. Michigan State in Paradise Classic @ 10:15 a.m. on FloSoftball
🎾 Men’s Tennis at Nebraska @ 1:00 p.m.
🏀 Men’s Basketball vs. Georgia @ 5:00 p.m. on SEC Network
Sunday, February 11:
🏌️ Men’s Golf in Palmas Del Mar Collegiate
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