📈 STOCK UP (6/16)
Good morning, y'all. Hope you're having as good a Wednesday as you can. We know it's been hard to watch the news and scroll through your social media seeing College World Series talk without Razorback baseball. But maybe this will cheer you up!
Listen Now: We've got the one and only Johnny Ray on The Hog Pod today! He's talking about the heyday of Razorback baseball when this team rose to national prominence in the late 70's. Give it a listen here.
What else is going into today's Brew?
⚾ Remembering Welch's HR
🏈 Big time get
🥎 Highest ranking ever
🎙️ Light it up
🐗 And more!
🔺 Big Time Get. Former Razorback quarterback Dowell Loggains has been named the tight ends coach by head coach Sam Pittman. Loggains, who lettered for the Razorbacks from 2001-2004, has spent the last 13 seasons in the NFL primarily as a quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator.
🔺 High On The Hog. Razorback softball caps off a historic season as the 11th best team in the country, according to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association. It's the highest final ranking in program history!
🔺 Vault Into First. Razorback track & field's Etamar Bhastekar returned home for the Israeli National Championships and claimed the pole vault title with a clearance of 17-6 1/2 (5.35) to match his best outdoor mark of this season.
🔺 Run Out The Gate. Arkansas track & field was on a roll this weekend at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. The men's team earned 12 All-America honors with a pair of first-team honors from Markus Ballengee and Phillip Lemonious along with 10 second-team honors. The women's team did one better, earning 13 All-America honors with a trio of first-team honors included Lauren Martinez, Katie Izzo, and Krissy Gear and an additional 10 second-team honors.
🔺 You Have The Floor. Arkansas Representative Steve Womack used his general speech time yesterday to honor the late John McDonnell on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. You can watch Womack's tribute here.