FAYETTEVILLE - No. 16 Arkansas Razorback men's track and field will wrap-up the 2010 outdoor regular season with the Arkansas Twilight, Fri., April 30, at John McDonnell Field.
FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas Razorbacks did not win their 41st NCAA Championship Saturday in the Indoor Track and Field Championship, held at the Tyson Center, but second-year coach Chris Bucknam said the Hogs are inching closer.
The Razorbacks finished fifth with 38 points. Florida took the team title with 57 points, followed by Texas A&M and Oregon with 44, and LSU with 42. Arkansas' 38 points scored well ahead of sixth place Indiana, which tallied 25.
FAYETTEVILLE — The Arkansas Razorbacks scored 24 points Friday to take the early lead in the first day of the NCAA Indoor Championships held in the Tyson Center, their home venue, but the Hogs could have scored more.
Through six events, Florida has 20 points, followed by Florida State with 14, Arizona State with 12 and Northern Arizona, Oregon, Washington with 10.
Stay tuned this weekend as CallingtheHogs.com will be covering the NCAA 2010 Division I Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships. The Championships will be held in Fayetteville, Arkansas starting on Friday, March 12, 2010 and concluding on Saturday, March 13.
The schedule of events are listed below.
FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas Razorback men’s and women's track and field squads, both ranked sixth in the nation, will begin the championships portion of the 2010 indoor season with the hosting of the SEC Indoor Championships, at the Randal Tyson Track Center, today through Sunday.
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