Razorback Brew 4/17: Swept away

Today, Arkansas baseball and softball are red hot

Good morning. And what a weekend it was. Arkansas baseball and softball went undefeated, while the Razorbacks got back on the gridiron to put on a show. Get exclusive access to the Diamond Hogs sweeping Tennessee in Baum-Walker. Hear from Hagen Smith, Gage Wood, Jace Bohrofen, and many more, exclusively on Hogs+.

Now, what's all been mixed in today's Brew?

🎥  Face-to-Face with Hannah Gammill
☀️ Hogs take down the Vols
🐗 And much, much more!


Rounding third, and already home. For Hannah Gammill, growing up in a family of diehard Razorback fans to now representing the Hogs is “legit.” And while she’s living out her dream, she’s also proving to small town girls everywhere that they can follow in her footsteps.

Learn how the All-American standout is making just as big an impact off the field in this episode of the Hog Pod with Bo Mattingly.


🔺 Grateful Volunteers. It was all smiles for the home team this this weekend as No. 5 Arkansas baseball went 3-0 against the Tennessee Volunteers. Hunter Holland, Will McEntire, and Dylan Carter were the three victors on the mound from the series, bringing the trio to a combined 17-2 record on the year. And let’s not forget about the home runs! Tavian Josenberger and Jace Bohrofen each homered in two separate games to extend the Razorbacks streak to 32 consecutive with a dinger.

Arkansas has still not lost a home series to Tennessee since 1996, and the sweep brings the Diamond Hogs to an impressive 11-4 in SEC play for a third-straight year.

Get exclusive behind-the-scenes access from Friday’s shutdown win, the series-clincher on Saturday, and the sweeping victory from Sunday. And stay tuned for an extended look at the series on this week’s episode of The Follow, all on HogsPlus.com.

🔺 Record This For Me. For the third time this season, Arkansas track star Britton Wilson set a new collegiate record. Britton posted a 49.51 in the 400m at the Tom Jones Memorial, falling just three hundredths of a second behind her absolute collegiate record she set in the 2022 indoor SEC Championships. At the Mt. SAC Relays, Razorbacks Rojé Stona and Ralford Mullings each broke Scott Lofquist’s 41-year school record of 62.6m in the discuss thorw. Rojé surpassed the mark first with a first-round toss of 62.79 before Ralford followed with a 62.64 of his own. Rojé eventually got up to 66.64 for the event, moving to No. 5 on the all-time collegiate list and No. 4 on the Jamaican all-time list.

🔺 Dragon Slayers. No. 11 Arkansas softball outhit UAB 25 to six in a weekend sweep at Bogle Park. Chenise Delce was up first, limiting the Dragons to just two hits in Friday’s 5-0 win. The Hogs would then run-rule UAB 11-1 in five innings on Saturday to clinch the series, and followed that with a 6-0 victory on Sunday charged by Callie Turner’s near-perfect five innings for the sweep. The Razorbacks limited UAB to one unearned run in 19 innings of play.

🔺 You Can’t Get In. The stars were out for Arkansas soccer Saturday in a 3-0 shutout at Oklahoma. Goalkeeper Sierra Cota-Yarde opened the game with a converted penalty kick in the third minute to give the Hogs a lead they wouldn’t surrender. Additional goals from Bea Franklin and Ava Tankersley made the game out of reach for the Sooners. The Razorbacks have still not conceded a goal this spring and are outscoring opponents 11-0.

🔺 Spring Finale. 110 plays were ran inside Razorback Stadium as Arkansas football’s annual Spring Game showcased what the 2023 season has in store for fans. QB KJ Jefferson tossed two touchdowns, including a 65-yard bomb to freshman and Fayetteville native Isaiah Sategna. Rocket Sanders and AJ Green also combined for over 100 yards on the ground.



Anything you can do... The Hog baseball team showed up in a big way over the weekend, sweeping Tennessee behind an incredible performance from the pitching staff. And not to be outdone, the Arkansas softball team swept UAB, and one of their stars is featured on this week’s Hog Pod.


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Monday 4/17:

No events scheduled

Tuesday 4/18:

🥎 Softball vs. Texas A&M Commerce @ 4:00pm on SEC Network Plus
⚾️ Baseball vs. Central Arkansas @ 6:00pm on SEC Network Plus

Wednesday 4/19:

🏌️‍♂️ Men’s Golf at SEC Championships 
🎾 Women’s Tennis at Missouri @ 12:00pm
🎾 Men's Tennis vs. Alabama @ 5:00pm 

Thursday 4/20:

🏌️‍♂️ Men’s Golf at SEC Championships 
🏃‍♀️ Women’s Track and Field at John McDonnell Invitational
🏃‍♂️ Men's Track and Field at John McDonnell Invitational
⚾️ Baseball at Georgia @ 6:00pm on SEC Network

Friday 4/21:

🏌️‍♂️ Men’s Golf at SEC Championships 
🏃‍♀️ Women’s Track and Field at John McDonnell Invitational
🏃‍♂️ Men's Track and Field at John McDonnell Invitational
⚾️ Baseball vs. Georgia @ 5:00pm on SEC Network Plus
🥎 Softball at Kentucky @ 5:30pm on SEC Network Plus 

Saturday 4/22:

🏌️‍♂️ Men’s Golf at SEC Championships on SEC Network Plus
⚾️ Baseball vs. Georgia @ 1:00pm on SEC Network Plus
🥎 Softball at Kentucky @ 5:00pm on ESPN2

Sunday 4/23:

🥎 Softball vs. Kentucky @ 12:00pm on SEC Network Plus
⚽️ Soccer vs. Illinois @ 5:00pm

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