Arkansas closed out its stay in California on Friday evening with personal-best performances from Jack Bruce and Earl Clay.
Arkansas' men’s track and field team capped its weekend in Baton Rouge, picking up a pair of pinwheels at the first annual SEC Relays.
History was made Sunday afternoon at John McDonnell Field as Arkansas hosted the Wisconsin Badgers in the first ever standard collegiate team decathlon competition.
The Razorbacks walked away with one national lead, two event titles and several PRs on Friday afternoon on Day One of the first-ever SEC Relays.
A day after sending six through prelims and into the finals, Arkansas advanced seven more and picked up 28 points on Friday at the 2017 SEC Outdoor Championships.
With the outdoor regular season approaching completion Arkansas' men’s track and field team will have the opportunity to directly assess the strengths of several league rivals this weekend.
Arkansas persevered through the damp and chilly weather conditions, adding to its ever-growing list of NCAA West preliminary round qualifiers.
The final outdoor regular season meet got off to a hot start courtesy of a program-record hammer throw toss by redshirt sophomore Erich Sullins.
The Razorbacks closed to within six points heading into the final race, but came up just short with a second place finish at the 2017 SEC Outdoor Championships.
No. 5 Arkansas posted its second consecutive top-two team finish of 2017, finishing as the Iona Meet of Champions runner-ups with a final score of 48 points.
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