The University of Arkansas announced Tuesday (July 15) that the Wallace and Jama Fowler Family has made a $2.5 million gift to help fund the University of Arkansas’ new Baseball and Track Training Center.
With less than 90 days left until the opening kickoff of the 2014 football season at Auburn on Aug. 30, the Arkansas Department of Athletics is announcing new monthly payment plans for new season ticket purchases.
Elvis Moya has been named associate athletic director for Marketing and Fan Development at the University of Arkansas according to a Thursday (April 17) announcement from the office of Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long.
The consensus from a group of Razorback football tailgaters who have followed the team through thick and thin for more than a decade – logging more than 9,000 miles in 2013 – is that college football players should not be allowed
E.K. Franks has been named Arkansas’ director of recruiting, head football coach Bret Bielema announced Wednesday (April 9). Franks comes to Fayetteville with 10 years of collegiate experience, most recently serving as associate head coach and running backs coach at Southeastern Louisiana.
The University of Arkansas had no detailed comment on a Wednesday (March 26) ruling that football players at Northwestern University could unionize, but some of those watching the issue or have been involved in the system say the ruling could change the relationship between universities and colle
Beginning with the 2014 football season, club seat holders at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium may purchase beer and wine during Razorback football games if officials with the Arkansas Alcoholic Beverage Control approve the application of Sodexo.
Bev Lewis, the former University of Arkansas director of Women’s Athletics and now the Associate Vice Chancellor and Executive Associate Athletic Director, is retiring after more than 30 years with the UA.
Razorback student-athletes earned a 3.17 grade point average (GPA) in the fall 2013 semester, marking the eighth-consecutive semester student-athletes competing for the University of Arkansas have exceeded a 3.0 GPA, according to a report issued Thursday (Jan.