FAYETTEVILLE - Four more Arkansas players had their names called Saturday in the final day of the NFL Draft.
Subscribe to Sports RSS feed
FAYETTEVILLE — A split in the first two games of a series against the No. 2 team in the country would normally be something about which to get excited.
LITTLE ROCK — Selling parents of athletes on the University of Arkansas, the Razorback athletics department can offer a practical asset unmatched by any of the seven SEC schools that are constants on the football schedule. At best, others offer bare bone versions of the same resource or an inconvenience is in play.
After his team’s Southwestern Athletic Conference series with Southern University was canceled due to already fallen rain and expected rain through the weekend, Arkansas-Pine Bluff baseball coach Carlos James did something few coaches, in any sport, would ever do: He admitted his focus isn’t on his team’s next game.
After two very different searches, Pine Bluff officially filled its vacancies for head boys basketball with Billy Dixon and head girls basketball with Alexandra Hart during Thursday night’s school board meeting, athletics director Bobby Bolding confirmed on Friday.
FAYETTEVILLE — Hunter Henry went about where he was expected.
The Arkansas Rough Riders eight-year-old team won the ASE Global Qualifier.
HOT SPRINGS — The boys track and field team at Watson Chapel and the girls team at White Hall each finished four in their respective divisions at the 5A-South Conference meet on Tuesday at Hot Springs High School.
The Arkansas-Pine Bluff softball team swept visiting Grambling State in a doubleheader on Thursday before rain swept away the series finale on Friday.
Ridgway’s Brooks Bias earned some more mound time after a stellar debut on Thursday afternoon.