Razorback Brew 3/11: Reload the confetti

Today, Arkansas women's track and field continues its dynasty.

Good Morning. Runs were aplenty for Razorback baseball and softball, and the Hogs are bringing back another Indoor track title to Fayetteville. Winning is never not fun ’round these parts.

Here’s what we have for in today’s Brew:

🎥 Practice report with Taylen Green
🏃‍♀️ Winners again
🐗 And so much more! 


Maddie Jones and the Gymbacks are a scoring machine. Arkansas put together its seventh outing of +197 points this season against top-ranked Oklahoma Sunday, and Maddie’s 9.875 on beam and 9.900 on floor were integral in yet another high-scoring performance for the Hogs.

Hogs+ host Tera Talmadge sat down with Arkansas gymnast, Maddie Jones, to talk about her journey on The Hill and life outside the gym. From making the call to Arkansas herself as a young gymnast, to becoming part of the digital staff for the Hogs football team, Maddie is pulling off a balancing act like no other. 


Arkansas quarterback, Taylen Green, joins Tera Talmadge of Hogs+ following the second spring practice for Arkansas football. Learn about how Taylen is mastering the playbook and so much more.


Head Coach Eric Musselman and host Chuck Barrett break down the Razorbacks’ 1-1 week to end the 2024 regular season. Arkansas defeated the LSU Tigers 94-83 on Senior Night at Bud Walton Arena as Khalif Battle continued his hot streak with 29 points. The Hogs then traveled to Tuscaloosa to take on the 16th-ranked Crimson Tide in a tough 92-88 overtime loss that went down to the wire.


🔺 Reload the Confetti. Arkansas women’s track and field successfully defended its Indoor National Championship Saturday, producing the initial NCAA team title for Razorback first-year head coach Chris Johnson in the process. This marks the fifth NCAA Indoor championship for the Arkansas women, and eighth title overall. The championship title also marks a milestone as the 50th in program history for Arkansas men’s and women’s track and field.

A sweep of the top three places in the 400m generated 24 points for the Razorbacks with Amber Anning claiming gold in 50.79, Nickisha Pryce earning silver in 51.00, and Rosey Effiong adding bronze in 51.03. It’s the first time at NCAA Indoor for a women’s team to claim the top three places in a 400m final.

Saturday’s session started with a collegiate and American collegiate record victory for Rachel Glenn in the high jump as she soared over 6-6.75 in defeating the defending national champion, Texas A&M’s Lamara Distin of Jamaica, who set the collegiate record during the recent SEC Championships.

Click here for a full recap of the Razorbacks’ fourth Indoor title in five years.

🔺 Podium Players. Battling until the final event, the Arkansas men’s track team finished as the runner-up to Texas Tech for the Indoor title. This is the fourth national runner-up for the Razorbacks in the past 12 seasons at the NCAA Indoor meet. Previously they finished second in 2012, 2014, and 2016. The podium finish for the Razorbacks continues an impressive streak for head coach Chris Bucknam. Dating back to the national championship last March, the Razorbacks have finished among the top four in four consecutive national championships between indoor, outdoor and cross country seasons.

🔺 XXL Fun. Second-ranked Arkansas baseball swept McNesse over the weekend to extend its non-conference home weekend series winning streak to 30. The Diamond Hogs outscored the Cowboys by 25 runs over the three-game series, including an 11-1 victory Saturday evening, and an electric 18-5 win Sunday afternoon. Arkansas ace Hagen Smith also notched nine strikeouts on 64 pitches Saturday in the Razorbacks’ opening 3-1 victory.

🔺 Rumbling Razorbacks. 20th-ranked Arkansas softball finished the weekend with three-straight wins in the Razorback Rumble, with a 9-0 victory over Northern Iowa to cap things off. The Hogs put up 17 runs on 17 hits across 14 innings of play Saturday, and then blanked UNI thanks to Robyn Herron’s two-hit shutout in which she putout 18 of the 23 batters she faced.

🔺 Let’s Play 36 Again. Just six days after its third-place finish at Cabo, the ninth-ranked Arkansas men’s golf team returns to the links today and tomorrow at Florida State’s Seminole Intercollegiate. Six Razorbacks that played at Cabo last week will play this week, but the starting lineup will have a different look as Thomas Curry moves up to the fourth spot and Mateo Pulcini, who played as an individual, will play in the fifth spot.

The Hogs will play 36 holes today and 18 final holes tomorrow.


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The Arkansas women are National Champs once again! Head coach Chris Johnson is on the show to talk about it. Plus, hear from Arkansas quarterback Taylen Green.


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Monday, March 11:

🏌️ Men’s Golf in Seminole Intercollegiate
🏊‍♀️ Swimming & Diving in NCAA Zone Diving Championships

Tuesday, March 12:

🏌️ Men’s Golf in Seminole Intercollegiate
🏊‍♀️ Swimming & Diving in NCAA Zone Diving Championships
⚾️ Baseball vs. Oral Roberts @ 6:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus

Wednesday, March 13:

🏊‍♀️ Swimming & Diving in NCAA Zone Diving Championships
🏀 Men’s Basketball vs. Vanderbilt in SEC Tournament @ 6:00 p.m. on SEC Network

Thursday, March 14:

No events scheduled

Friday, March 15:

🏌️‍♀️ Women’s Golf in MountainView Collegiate
🎾 Men’s Tennis at Ole Miss @ 3:00 p.m.
🥎 Softball at Auburn @ 5:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus 
⚾️ Baseball vs. Missouri @ 6:30 p.m. on SEC Network Plus
🤸 Gymnastics vs. Nebraska @ 6:45 on SEC Network Plus
🎾 Men’s Tennis at Mississippi Valley State @ 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 9:

🏌️‍♀️ Women’s Golf in MountainView Collegiate
⚾️ Baseball vs. Missouri @ 2:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus
🥎 Softball at Auburn @ 3:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus 

Sunday, March 10:

🏌️‍♀️ Women’s Golf in MountainView Collegiate
🎾 Women’s Tennis vs. Missouri @ 11:00 a.m.
🥎 Softball at Auburn @ 1:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus 
⚾️ Baseball vs. Missouri @ 2:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus

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