In NWA, we call the Hogs year-round! With back-to-back basketball and baseball, plus women’s gymnastics, too, it’s always game day in Razorback country!
Basketball season is underway and Hog fans have what it takes to make Bud Walton Arena at the University of Arkansas campus come alive! Known as the Basketball Palace of Mid-America, Bud Walton is charged with excitement from tip-off to the final buzzer. With both the men’s and women’s teams in play through March 2018, there’s plenty of time for you to get in on the action!
Razorback fans can expect more of Coach Mike Anderson’s “fastest 40 minutes in basketball” during the 2017-18 season with returning seniors Daryl Macon, Jaylen Barford and Anton Beard leading on the court. After the team made it to the NCAA’s Sweet Sixteen tournament last season, fans are ready to cheer their beloved team on to more wins! For season info, visit arkansasrazorbacks.com.
New head coach and UA alum Mike Neighbors started the 2017-18 season with an 82-74 win over Northeastern State University on Nov. 2. The lady Hogs are fired up to face 16 opponents at home this season, eight of which are in the Southeastern Conference. For season details, visit arkansasrazorbacks.com.
The Diamond Hogs face an action-packed 2018 season with 33 games at Fayetteville’s Baum Stadium, home of the largest video scoreboard in collegiate baseball. With Coach Dave Van Horn at the helm for his 16th season, the men’s baseball team hopes to carry over the momentum from last year’s 45-19 season for the Feb. 16-18, 2018, opening weekend against Bucknell University. For season details, visit arkansasrazorbacks.com.
The women’s gymnastics team will give fans a special treat on Dec. 17 when it hosts a Holidays with the Hogs Intrasquad meet at UA’s Barnhill Arena. The squad’s 2018 season kicks off on Jan. 5 in Baton Rouge before the Gymbacks return to Barnhill to host a total of five home meets, including SEC matchups against Kentucky, Georgia and Auburn. For the 2018 gymnastics schedule, visit arkansasrazorbacks.com.
All photos courtesy of Walt Beazley, University of Arkansas