The No. 12 Arkansas men’s outdoor track and field team finished up the regular season with a bang at the Arkansas Twilight.

The Razorbacks put up some incredible numbers including 18 personal bests, 12 first place finishes, and 7 second place finishes.

In the 100 meter, Kenzo Cotton blazed past his old personal best of 10.44 to finish in first place in just 10.36 seconds. Cotton also finished first in the 200-meter at nearly an identical place as his earlier race to finish in 20.82 seconds.

Finishing just a tick behind Cotton, Jarrion Lawson finished the 200-meter in 20.82 seconds to finish in second place and oust his old personal record.

Marqueze Washington claimed first place in the 400-meter in a personal-best time of 45.99 seconds to secure the rank of 14th in the NCAA based. Washington additionally crossed the finish line as part of the 4x400 meter relay team to lock up first place.

Lane Austell busted his previous personal-best of 15.43 in his remarkable 15.27 first place finish in the 100 meter hurdles.

Both Brad Culp and Austell soared to new heights as they finished first and second place respectively in the pole vault. Culp bested his prior personal record and Austell matched his.

In the triple jump, Clive Pullen leaped his way into first place and set a new personal record of 15.89 meters. Rubin Owen shattered his old record to finish second after jumping 14.65 meters.

The Arkansas Twilight and the Payton Jordan Invitational capped off the regular season for the Razorbacks. Next, Arkansas will look to keep improving through the postseason starting with the 2015 SEC Outdoor Championships which will be held on May 14 and 15 at Mississippi State University.

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