Razorback Brew 3/19: No more debate

Today, the Diamond Hogs are indisputably No. 1.

Good Morning. Razorback softball kicked the week off with a dominant win on the road, and more awards pour in for women’s track.

Let’s see what flavors are in today’s Brew:

🎥 Defying all odds
🥎 Eight em up
🐗 And so much more! 


To celebrate 30 years since the Razorbacks’ title run, Hogs+ is partying like it’s 1994.

Relive the ‘94 men’s basketball championship team with exclusive interviews, film rooms, and unreleased footage you can’t find anywhere else.

Go inside the magical season through archived video and interviews from Nolan Richardson, Scotty Thurman, Corey Beck, Mike Nail, and Matt Zimmerman in the Hogs+ original short film: A Heavenly Season.


Nearly 30 years after the Hogs knocked off Duke in the National Championship, Arkansas got the best of the Blue Devils yet again.

Relive a magical night in Bud Walton Arena in this episode of The Follow. Hear from stars Trevon Brazile and Khalif Battle and experience the historic game through every angle.


🔺 Run(s) Rule. The 20th-ranked Razorback softball team capped their four-game road tilt with an 8-0 run-rule win vs. Texas A&M-Commerce Monday afternoon. Three Arkansas pitchers, lead by Hannah Camenzind, held the home team to just four hits across five innings, and combined for the Hogs’ ninth shutout of the year.

Arkansas fused together eight runs on 13 hits – 10 of which were scattered across the first two innings. Reagan Johnson went 3-for-3 and crossed home plate twice for two runs scored and stole a base. Rylin Hedgecock went 2-for-3 with two RBI, Cylie Halvorson busted two RBI doubles, and Bri Ellis increased her hitting streak to nine games.

The Hogs return home this weekend for a three-game series against Mississippi State.

🔺 No More Debate. All five major polls agree on the No. 1 team in college baseball, and that team is the Arkansas Razorbacks. The National College Baseball Writers Association bumped the Diamond Hogs up from the second spot to the top-ranked spot where all four other major publications had them last week. Arkansas is riding a 13-game winning streak heading into the second weekend of SEC play.

🔺 Leap of Destiny. National indoor honors announced by USTFCCCA on Monday included three accolades for the Razorback women’s program. Chris Johnson earned Coach of the Year, Boogie Johnson received Assistant Coach of the Year, and Rachel Glenn collected Field Athlete of the Year following Arkansas’ Indoor National Championship. Rachel claimed her second NCAA high jump title with the victory in Boston two weekends ago. Previously, she won the 2021 NCAA Outdoor title with a 6-4 (1.93) clearance.

🔺 Taking Over a Dynasty. Chris Johnson was in the background as an assistant under Lance Harter for over a decade. Now, he’s is the head man for Arkansas women’s track and he’s already solidifying himself as the man for the job—winning the Indoor National Championship in his first season at the helm of the program.

Hear why Coach Johnson was able follow in a legend’s footsteps so quickly and successfully in the latest episode of the Hog Pod.


It starts with YOU! Per NCAA guidelines, funding for NIL cannot come from University or Athletic Department funds or other traditional athletic fundraising endeavors. Instead, it must come from the fans, supporters and businesses of this proud state and fanbase. Here is how you can help us Bring The Edge:


Arkansas gymnastics coach Jordyn Weiber is on the show! We’ll discuss the Hogs record setting score last weekend and preview the SEC Championships.


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Tuesday, March 19:

No events scheduled

Wednesday, March 20:

🏊‍♀️ Swimming & Diving in NCAA Championships

Thursday, March 21:

🏊‍♀️ Swimming & Diving in NCAA Championships
⚾️ Baseball at Auburn @ 6:00 p.m. on SEC Network
🏀 Women’s Basketball vs. Tulsa in WBIT @ 6:30 p.m. on ESPN Plus

Friday, March 22:

🏊‍♀️ Swimming & Diving in NCAA Championships
🎾 Men’s Tennis at Alabama @ 4:00 p.m.
🎾 Women’s Tennis vs. Florida @ 4:00 p.m.
⚾️ Baseball at Auburn @ 6:00 p.m. on SEC Network
🥎 Softball vs. Mississippi State @ 6:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus 

Saturday, March 23:

🏊‍♀️ Swimming & Diving in NCAA Championships
🤸 Gymnastics in SEC Championships on SEC Network
⚾️ Baseball at Auburn @ 2:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus
🥎 Softball vs. Mississippi State @ 2:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus 

Sunday, March 24:

🎾 Men’s Tennis at Georgia @ 12:00 p.m.
🎾 Women’s Tennis vs. South Carolina @ 12:00 p.m.
🥎 Softball vs. Mississippi State @ 12:00 p.m. on SEC Network Plus

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