Razorback Brew 5/6: Twilight Zone

Today, we're recapping the weekend of Razorback sports.

Good Morning. Be sure to wish the women’s golf team good luck as they take on NCAA Regionals today!

Here’s what’s Brewin’ today:

🎥 Sit down with SEC Freshman of the Year
⚾️ Hagen throws 14 strikeouts
🐗 And so much more! 


Maria José Marin has exploded onto the collegiate golf scene during her freshman season at Arkansas—from setting a 54-hole record during her debut outing, to being ranked the No. 1 women's college golfer in the country. The 17-year-old Columbia native is somewhat of a golf prodigy. She picked up her first golf club at the age of 3 and was competing internationally by the time she was 8. The young golf star has been all over the world playing the sport and has earned prestigious invitations to the Augusta National Women’s amateur tournament and a selection to team international at the 2024 Arnold Palmer cup in Ireland. The SEC Freshman of the Year has accomplished so much in such a young career, but she is just getting started.


🔺 Hagen’s House. The Diamond Hogs opened the weekend strong with a 10-3 win at No. 8 Kentucky on Friday night. Hagen Smith did Hagen Smith things and delivered 14 strikeouts. He owns a perfect 9-0 record and a 1.36 ERA. Kendall Diggs got in his groove and led the team with four RBI. The rest of the weekend didn’t go as well for the Hogs, dropping Saturday and Sunday’s games. Gage Wood delivered six strikeouts in 4.1 innings of relief on Saturday, but the Razorbacks fell 11-3. The Wildcats defeated Arkansas on Sunday, 7-4, for their second weekend series loss of the season. Peyton Stovall has recorded four-straight multi-hit games.

🔺 Rained On Our Parade. Razorback softball celebrated four seniors over the weekend — Hannah Gammill, Cylie Halvorson, Nia Carter, and Morgan Leinstock. Arkansas hosted Ole Miss for their regular season finale. The two teams split Friday’s doubleheader as Ole Miss started the day with a 6-0 win. Arkansas fired back in the second game with a 12-2 run-rule in five innings. Robyn Herron threw a six strikeout game in the nightcap. Sophomore Rylee Cloud hit her first Bogle Bomb of her career to bring in three runs. Saturday’s rubber match game, which was originally set for 3 p.m., began at 8 p.m. after battling thunderstorms. Ole Miss fired first and scored two runs, but the Razorbacks immediately took two runs back. Arkansas ultimately fell 4-3.

🔺 Twilight Zone. Arkansas track & field hosted Arkansas Twilight at John McDonnell Field over the weekend. Tevijon Williams won the 10om and was runner-up in the 200m, which James Benson II won. Phillip Lemonious won the 110m hurdles, with Razorbacks Elijah Morris, Brevin Sims, and William Spencer Jr. behind him. Freshman John Scott Kendricks won the pole vault with teammate Yariel Soto Torrado finishing second. Former Razorback Hunter Woodhall took the T62 400m Para Americas record with a 46.39 time.

🔺 Let’s Get It Started. It’s NCAA Regional time for the women’s golf team who is playing in Las Vegas! The 2-seeded Razorbacks will start things off today in their 21st-straight regional. The tournament is a three round stroke play competition from today through Wednesday. The field includes UCLA, Arizona, Florida State, Cal, Purdue, Baylor, Oklahoma, Colorado State, Kent State, Xavier, and Dartmouth. The top five teams will advance to the NCAA Championship. The Razorback lineup will include Miriam Ayora, Maria José Marin, Kajal Mistry, Kendall Todd, and Reagan Zibilski. Hear from Coach Shauna Taylor as the Razorbacks get things started.


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.


The Diamond Hogs are back for their final home series of the regular season this weekend. Plus, softball turns their attention to the sec tournament.


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Monday, May 6:

⛳️ Women’s Golf at NCAA Regionals @ 10:00 a.m.

Tuesday, May 7:

⛳️ Women’s Golf at NCAA Regionals

Wednesday, May 8:

⛳️ Women’s Golf at NCAA Regionals

Thursday, May 9

🎽 Track & Field at SEC Outdoor Championships
🥎 Softball at SEC Tournament TBA

Friday, May 10:

🎽 Track & Field at SEC Outdoor Championships
⚾️ Baseball vs. Mississippi State @ 6:30 p.m. on SEC Network+

Saturday, May 11:

🎽 Track & Field at SEC Outdoor Championships
⚾️ Baseball vs. Mississippi State @ 6:00 p.m. on SEC Network+

Sunday, May 12:

⚾️ Baseball vs. Mississippi State @ 2:00 p.m. on SEC Network

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