Razorback Brew 4/8: Spring Cleaning

Today, gymnastics advances to Elite Eight, baseball sweeps Ole Miss, and more.

Good Morning. What a weekend on the Hill! Gymnastics moves on to the NCAA Championships, baseball swept Ole Miss for the first time since 2002, and so much more.

Here’s what’s Brewin’ today:

🎥 Sit down with Isaac TeSlaa in the latest Hog Pod
⚾️ Baseball welcomes Ole Miss
🐗 And so much more! 


Razorback wide receiver Isaac TeSlaa lives and breathes football and is fueled by NFL dreams. But, his path toward that goal is a little different than most. He went from a high school quarterback to a wide receiver lighting up his DII program — throwing up numbers that caught the eyes of DI recruiters all over the country. After dozens of programs came after him, he chose Arkansas and has been all-Hog ever since


🔺 Saddle Up. The Gymbacks are headed to the NCAA Gymnastics Championships for the first time since 2018 and the first time in the Jordyn Wieber era began! They finished the Fayetteville Regional in second place with a 197.875 score — the second-highest score in program history. Arkansas will head to Fort Worth, Texas for the NCAA semifinal on April 18 at either 3:30 or 8 pm.

🔺 Spring Cleaning. The brooms came out, again, at Baum Walker Stadium on Saturday as the Diamond Hogs completed the sweep of Ole Miss. The series was secured on Friday night in an 8-3 victory. Wehiwa Aloy recorded three RBI and a home run to lead the Hogs. Pitcher Gage Wood threw five strikeouts in relief. Nolan Souza was the name of Saturday’s game, he hit two homers and drove in five RBI in the 7-4 win. Freshman Gabe Gaeckle earned his first collegiate win on the mound. This is the first time Arkansas has swept Ole Miss since 2002.

🔺 Tamed The Tigers. Arkansas softball got their second-straight top-15 series win over the weekend! The Razorbacks beat No. 11 in games one and three, 5-2 and 4-1. Friday’s win came with home runs from Bri Ellis and Rylin Hedgecock. Sunday brought two more home runs, this time from Cylie Halvorson and Nia Carter. Morgan Leinstock earned both wins in the circle with two dominant performances.

🔺 Battled In The Bayou. The 41st-ranked men’s tennis team took down No. 37 LSU in Baton Rouge. The Tigers struck first, taking the doubles point, but Arkansas scored the first singles point. Down 2-1, Planelles Ripoll beat his opponent to tie the match. The match came down to court four where Stefanos Savva won in a winner-take-all set.

🔺 Close It Out. The 11th-ranked men’s golf team will wrap up the regular season at the Lewis Chitengwa Memorial at Virginia today and tomorrow. The field features No. 6 Florida State, No. 10 Tennessee, No. 12 Virginia, No. 31 North Carolina, and No. 41 Northwestern. The Razorback lineup will include Jacob Skov Olesen, Christian Castillo, John Driscoll III, Thomas Curry, and Manuel Lozada. John Daly II will play as an individual. After this tournament, the Razorbacks will compete in the SEC Championships in a few weeks.


The 2024 Red-White game is this Saturday at noon! The game is free and open to the public. Come early to enjoy the HogTown Classic Car & Truck Show in Lot 44 beginning at 9 am. HogTown will feature live music by Gone Country, inflatables, food vendors, a pep rally, and more. Click here to register your classic car or truck for the show.


Tuskers Tavern has a full-length bar with lots of seating and a quaint, library or living room type vibe to relax and wind down. There’s also a small patio for those days when the sun is calling your name. The bar is here to provide another option for those on the east side of town to gather in a comfortable, upscale atmosphere. Whether it’s for a drink after work or you want to meet friends for a bite to eat and connect – Tuskers is the perfect place.


Baseball, gymnastics, and softball — oh my! Get up-to-date on this weekend’s success in today’s episode of the Razorback Daily.


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Monday, April 8:

⛳️ Men’s Golf at Lewis Chitengwa Memorial
🎾 Men’s Tennis at No. 51 Rice @ 12:00pm

Tuesday, April 9:

⛳️ Men’s Golf at Lewis Chitengwa Memorial
⚾️ Baseball vs. San Jose State @ 6:00pm on SEC Network+

Wednesday, April 10

⚾️ Baseball vs. San Jose State @ 3:00pm on SEC Network+
🎾 Men’s Tennis vs. UTRGV @ 5:30pm

Friday, April 12:

⛳️ Women’s Golf at SEC Championship
🎽 Track & Field at Tom Jones Memorial
🎽 Track & Field at Bryan Clay Invitational
🎽 Track & Field at Mt. SAC Relays
🎾 Women’s Tennis at Mississippi State on SEC Network+
🥎 Softball at No. 25 South Carolina @ 5:00 pm on SEC Network
⚾️ Baseball at Alabama @ 6:00 pm on SEC Network+

Saturday, April 13:

⛳️ Women’s Golf at SEC Championship
🎽 Track & Field at Tom Jones Memorial
🎽 Track & Field at Bryan Clay Invitational
🎽 Track & Field at Mt. SAC Relays
🏐 Volleyball at Missouri State Tournament
🥎 Softball at No. 25 South Carolina @ 10:30 am on SEC Network
🏈 Football Red-White Game @ 12:00 pm on SEC Network+
⚾️ Baseball at Alabama @ 5:00 pm on SEC Network+

Sunday, April 14:

⛳️ Women’s Golf at SEC Championship
⚾️ Baseball at Alabama @ 1:00 pm on SEC Network+
🥎 Softball at No. 25 South Carolina @ 1:00 pm on SEC Network+
🎾 Women’s Tennis vs. Ole Miss @ 1:00 pm on SEC Network+
🎾 Men’s Tennis vs. Mississippi State @ 1:00 pm on SEC Network+
⚽️ Soccer vs. Baylor @ 3:30 pm

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