HOOVER, Ala. - Everything about the Arkansas baseball season – all its warts, all its oddities, all its ridiculousness – came to a head Tuesday.
FAYETTEVILLE – A trip last Tuesday to Omaha, Nebraska, another a day later to Athens, Georgia, for for three games, and now in Hoover, Alabama – the Arkansas baseball team hasn’t been home in a week.
Eight straight. That’s how many Southeastern Conference series Arkansas baseball has gone without losing. That streak won’t be snapped this year, either.
The Arkansas mens golf team had its season come to end Saturday at the NCAA Regionals in New Haven, Connecticut.
With one game left in the regular season, Arkansas can finish its baseball year without having lost a Southeastern Conference series in the last seven weeks with a win against Georgia on Sunday.
The Arkansas baseball team saw its postseason hosting chances take a serious blow Thursday as the Razorbacks lost, 10-1, to Georgia in the first game of the final series of the regular season.
FAYETTEVILLE – The most conservative estimations would probably still yield three important things the Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team is playing for this weekend.
FAYETTEVILLE – If last year was supposed to be the greatest year in Western Division of the Southeastern Conference and this year is deeper, what does that mean for 2015?
A three-run inning broke a 1-all tie and Andrew Benintendi’s 17th home run of the season punctuated Arkansas’ 6-2 win against Creighton in Omaha, Nebraska, on Tuesday.
winning its seventh straight SEC series.
FAYETTEVILLE – Trey Killian spent much of his six innings working in and out of trouble. James Teague simply had the ‘in’ part.
FAYETTEVILLE – At some point Dave Van Horn will have to take a breath. He’ll have to take stock of this season and all the nuttiness it’s entailed.
FAYETTEVILLE – Fans weren’t the only ones who thought the Arkansas baseball team was in for a long year back in early spring. Pitching coach Dave Jorn’s 34 years of experience at the college and pro levels couldn’t assuage his worry, either.
FAYETTEVILLE – The Arkansas men’s golf team was selected to the NCAA Regional tournament for the eighth straight time Monday as the Razorbacks will travel to the Yale Regional as the No. 5-seed May 14-16.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas softball coach Mike Larabee resigned from his position late Sunday after the Razorbacks finished with a 16-37 overall record and a 1-23 season in the Southeastern Conference.
FAYETTEVILLE – Five former Arkansas football players were selected in Saturday’s final day of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Arkansas freshman right-hander Keaton McKinney tossed a two-hit complete game Saturday as the Razorbacks took the finale of a three-game series against Alabama, 4-0.
Arkansas used a five-run fifth inning and five innings of two-run ball from its bullpen to beat Alabama for the second straight night and clinch the weekend series Friday night, 8-4.
The Arkansas baseball team won a Southeastern Conference series opener for the sixth time in eight tries Thursday, beating Alabama, 5-1.
FAYETTEVILLE – Bret Bielema walked into his final press conference of the spring like a man relieved Wednesday. He wore flip flops and a casual, untucked polo. He even had to fight back a few yawns during the question-and-answer session.