At halftime of Monday’s game against Alabama State, Arkansas-Pine Bluff head coach George Ivory found himself in the midst of a coaching quagmire of sorts.
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Arkansas-Pine Bluff women’s basketball was in the midst of one of its best stretches in recent memory heading into Monday night’s home game against Alabama State.
RUSSELLVILLE — Arkansas-Monticello senior Jordan Goforth averaged 30 points per game in a pair of road victories to earn her second Great American Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week award for the 2015-16 season and fourth weekly honor of her career.
FAYETTEVILLE — It’s hard to say what’s faster, pointing to the score of Arkansas’ January win over Mississippi State or Mike Anderson’s dismissal of it.
HOUSTON — The Arkansas-Monticello baseball team concluded its season-opening weekend with a 13-5 loss to 12th-ranked St. Mary’s on Sunday at the Houston Winter Invitational at Minute Maid Park.
ARKADELPHIA — The Arkansas-Monticello softball split a pair of games on the final day of the Ronnie Hawkins Invitational on Sunday, beating Missouri Western 9-6 and losing to Northeastern State 8-1.
LITTLE ROCK — Two Arkansas teams with markedly different records are in the same predicament.
Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s modest two-game winning streak was built on a suddenly stellar offense. It took an impressive defensive performance to extend the run to three.
The combination of Nicolas West and Ladarius Tabb carried Alabama A&M to a 71-66 road victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday.
FAYETTEVILLE — The story Saturday night at Bud Walton Arena was simple.