Razorback Brew 4/3: Keeping Track

Today, Arkansas comes home with plenty of new victories.

Good morning. What a weekend it was to call the Hogs. Track and field dominated across the country, while baseball and softball secured crucial SEC series victories. Get exclusive behind-the-scenes access during the Diamond Hogs' game 3 win over the Alabama Crimson Tide to clinch the series. Hear coach Dave Van Horn's message to the team inside the huddle after the game plus one-on-one interviews with Jared Wegner, Parker Rowland, and Gage Wood.

Title Time: With the National Championship going down tonight, now’s the perfect time for a quick trip down memory lane. Check out the Hogs+ documentary "Do You Believe In Fairytales?" and get an inside look at the Arkansas Women’s Basketball Final Four team of 1998.

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

🎥 Face-to-Face with Mateo Fernández de Oliviera
🏃‍♀️ Hogs dominate at Texas Relays
🐗 And much, much more!


Mastering his craft. With a chance to live out his dream on the line, Mateo Fernandez de Oliviera didn’t just seize the moment, he dominated it. Winning the Latin American Amateur Championship earned him a spot in this week’s Masters Tournament. The aggressive nature in which he attacks the fairways and greens will have him staying on top of leaderboards for years to come.

In this edition of the Hog Pod, Hogs+ host Tera Talmadge sits down with Mateo ahead of the Masters. Hear his journey from Argentina to Augusta.


Eyes on the prize. In less than four weeks, the NFL will feature a new wave of Arkansas football alums. Most of the league made the trek to Fayetteville to see what all the hype is about.

Go behind the scenes at Arkansas' 2023 football pro day as future Pro Hogs Drew Sanders, Dalton Wagner, Ricky Stromberg, and Jadon Haselwood compete in drills and show their skills in front of all 32 NFL programs.


🔺 Keeping Track. Arkansas track and field used the Texas Relays and Stanford Invitation to accelerate the outdoor season in the right direction.

The Razorback sprint medley team broke the program record Friday in Austin with a second-place time in the race with a time of 3.41.51. Bowerman watch list standout Britton Wilson anchored the relay with a 2:04.50 split on the 800m leg. On Saturday, Britton and the Arkansas 4 x 400m relay won the event with their winning time of 3:29.96.

Out west, Arkansas men’s track and field finished first and second in the shot put at the Stanford Invitational. Jordan West took the title and Rojé Stona right next to him on the podium, and Jordan only needed one throw to get his winning distance of 66-0.25. Thrower Ralford Mullings also became the second Razorback to exceed 200 feet in the discus to win the event.

🔺 How Sweep It Is. The 10th consecutive SEC road series win for Arkansas softball came in dominant fashion. The Hogs swept Mississippi State for their first series victory in Starkville since 2009. The series was won Saturday afternoon thanks to an 11-0 shellacking by the 10th-ranked Razorbacks. Seven runs were scored by the good guys in the fourth and fifth innings leading to a run-rule win. Sunday featured sophomore Raigan Kramer stepping up in the clutch with a go-ahead two-run home run in the top of the seventh to help lock in a 5-4 win. The Razorbacks move to 27-9 overall and 8-4 in SEC play after sweeping the Bulldogs for a third-straight time.

🔺 Still Striking. Arkansas soccer’s second exhibition resulted in a shutout over Kansas State. The Hogs put in four goals and surrendered none to the Wildcats in a 4-0 victory at Razorback Field. Forward Ava Tankersley scored two of the goals, including one just a minute into the game, freshmen Taylor Berman and Zoe Susi followed suit as well.

🔺 Back, Back, Back…GONE. Arkansas baseball has not been kind to, well, baseballs of late. The 23-win Razorbacks have now hit a home run in 24 consecutive games, continuing their streak in a two-win series against Alabama.

Win No. 1 came Saturday night thanks to a pair of eighth-inning homers from Jace Bohrofen and Caleb Cali. The two home runs gave the Hogs a three-run lead they would eventually hold onto in a 9-6 victory.

Another long ball courtesy of Jared Wegner drove in two of his three RBIs on Sunday in the 5-4 series-clinching win, but the bullpen was highlight in Baum-Walker Stadium. The trio of Cody Adcock, Dylan Carter, and Gage Wood combined to pitch 8.1 innings and allowed just two runs on five hits against the Tide. Gage’s 1.1-inning save only took 10 pitches.


Happy days are filled with happy hours. Having a fun-filled and delicious dining experience isn't complicated. Keep it simple with a few friends after work with our friends at Theo's Fayetteville with dishes like Loaded Cheese Fries complete with house cheese, hand cut fries, pickled Anaheim peppers, bacon, scallions, and garlic aioli.

Plus, warmer weather means a brand new late winter/early spring dinner menu—plus Martini Night every Thursday!

Don't make it too hard on yourself. We'll see you at the table.


How ’bout them Hogs? Q and Z are looking forward to another busy week for the Razorbacks, but not before celebrating a successful weekend on the diamond.


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Monday 4/3:

No events scheduled

Tuesday 4/4:

⚾️ Baseball vs. Arkansas State @ 6:00pm on SEC Network Plus

Wednesday 4/5:

No events scheduled

Thursday 4/6:

🥎 Softball vs. Georgia @ 6:00pm on SEC Network Plus
⚾️ Baseball at Ole Miss @ 6:30pm on SEC Network Plus

Friday 4/7:

🎾 Men's Tennis at Auburn @ 3:00pm
🎾 Women’s Tennis at Auburn @ 6:00pm
🥎 Softball vs. Georgia @ 6:00pm on SEC Network Plus
⚾️ Baseball at Ole Miss @ 6:30pm on SEC Network Plus
⚽️ Soccer vs. Oral Roberts @ 8:00pm

Saturday 4/8:

🏐 Volleyball at UMKC Tournament
⚾️ Baseball at Ole Miss @ 2:00pm on SEC Network
🥎 Softball at Georgia @ 5:00pm on SEC Network

Sunday 4/9:

🎾 Women's Tennis vs. Alabama @ 1:00pm
🎾 Men's Tennis at Mississippi State @ 1:00pm

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