The season is going well for the Lady Razorback cross country team. The team is ranked in the top five nationally, senior Dominique Scott – the No. 1 runner in the country – is winning titles and breaking records and freshman Devin Clark is becoming a star.

The men’s and women’s cross country teams hope to build on last year’s performances, which included SEC titles, during their first meet Sept.1 in Stillwater, Oklahoma, where they will face the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

The Razorback women’s track and field team proved its dynastic dominance once again, winning its 12th straight Southeastern Conference title at the SEC Indoor Championships in College Station, Texas, on Feb. 25.

After a successful weekend in the Southeastern Conference Championship in Athens, Georgia, both the Razorback men’s and women’s cross country teams will return to Fayetteville with some new hardware.

Student-athletes have different decisions to make throughout their day than most college students. They often have to fit more into their schedules and are required by their sport to take care of themselves while also maintaining a solid GPA.

As she hung up the phone and looked at her mom, she knew she needed to visit Fayetteville. The coach had sparked interest in Carina Viljoen with just a phone call, and now all she had to do was come to The Hill and run cross country.

The UofA men’s cross country team has added to its list of awards this season. Head coach Chris Bucknam was selected as the 2015 South Central Region Coach of the Year. The honor comes on the heels of Arkansas’ third-straight victory at the regional championships.