Need your sports fix this winter? The Arkansas Razorbacks have you covered with back-to-back SEC basketball and baseball action!
The University of Arkansas men’s basketball team just launched its 2015-16 season, while the “OmaHogs” baseball team will ramp up in February, following a trip earlier this year to the College World Series in Omaha, Neb.
Hogs Courtside at Bud Walton Arena
Fans go hog wild over the Razorback basketball team, which is fresh off a solid, home-court win of 117-78 against Northwestern State on Dec. 2nd. Fans love to fill up Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville and call the Hogs for the “Fastest 40 Minutes in College Basketball.”
With the season already fast underway, home games at Bud Walton are great fun for the entire family. Come cheer the Hogs courtside on Tues., Dec. 8, as they face off against Evansville, and again on Sat., Dec. 12, when they host Tennessee Tech. On Tues., Dec. 22, the Hogs play against North Florida here at home, and again on Tues., Jan. 5 against Vanderbilt, and on Sat., Jan. 9 against Mississippi State.
Basketball season runs through March 5, so there will be plenty of chances to see the basketball Hogs in action. For a complete and up-to-date schedule, click here. Woo Pig Sooie!
The Arkansas Razorback baseball team is gearing up for its 2016 season. Following a trip to the College World Series earlier this year, the Diamond Hogs will play their season opener on Fri., Feb. 19 against Central Michigan.
The baseball team will return in 2016 with several players from their 2015 College World Series team, including All-SEC closer Zach Jackson and SEC All-Freshman team pitcher Keaton McKinney.
The Diamond Hogs will play 34 home games at the state-of-the-art Baum Stadium in Fayetteville, as well as matchups against NCAA tournament teams. In Spring 2016, they will host Southeastern Conference weekend series games against Auburn, Missouri, Florida, Texas A&M and Alabama. For a complete and up-to-date schedule, click here.
For Razorback baseball and basketball tickets, as well as information on all Razorback athletics programs including Women’s Basketball, visit arkansasrazorbacks.com.