📈 STOCK UP (5/12)
Happy Wednesday, everyone! We've got one more day until the Razorback softball team begins SEC Tournament play. They'll face the winner of today's Texas A&M-Tennessee game, so if you want a sneak preview at their opponent, the game begins around 4:00pm CT today.
(Just hide the live score behind an Excel spreadsheet. It'll be our little secret.)
What's on tap for this morning's Brew?
Freshman phenom Jaxon Wiggins shined in his first start for Arkansas baseball. How'd the rest of the team do? Scroll on down!
We've got Robert Moore, the first Razorback to hit for the cycle since 1994, telling his story on the Hog Pod.
The Razorback softball team might need to build a bigger trophy case. We're just saying.
Arkansas basketball has landed another big-time transfer. Listen to all the details on today's episode of The Razorback Daily.
Start scrolling and let the Brew start your morning off right.
🔺 Clean Sweep. We don't normally do this, but they deserve it—we're dedicating today's entire Stock Up section to the Razorback softball team, who picked up almost too many SEC awards to count!
🔺 Not Haff Bad. Razorback softball ace Mary Haff picked up the program's first SEC Pitcher of the Year award after leading the conference in wins and saves.
🔺 Coach Up. After the first SEC regular season title in Arkansas softball history, it's only fitting that Courtney Deifel won SEC Coach of the Year.
🔺 Self-Defense. Thanks in part to a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in conference games, Danielle Gibson was named to the SEC All-Defensive Team.
🔺 In Full Bloom. Freshman pitcher Jenna Bloom was named to the All-SEC Newcomer Team after earning four wins in five conference starts.