Maria Fassi sat at the front of the room, giving the professor her undivided attention while many of her fellow students’ thumbs were flying across their phone screens in the back. This complete focus is essential for Fassi because English is not her native tongue.

Official Razorback sports teams aren’t the only ones that compete for the university, as one club team that has found great success this season. The Arkansas club golf team traveled with eight of its best players to St. Louis on April 28-29 to compete in the Spring 2018 NCCGA National Championship.

The stage was set in Birmingham, Alabama, and the 14 teams were all competing for the Southeastern Conference title in women’s golf from April 18-22.

With a target on their backs and heavy wind in the forecast for San Juan, Puerto Rico, the No. 4 Razorback women’s golfers needed to stay focused if they wanted to continue their spring dominance. Not only did they take care of business, but one golfer rose above the pack in the 2018 Lady Pu…

Senior golfer Alana Uriell does not remember much about her mother's funeral. She recalls sitting in the church with her family. Her dad was reading his wife’s obituary but passed it to her uncle because he was too emotional to finish.

A junior tennis player has lead her team to a top-5 national finish for the fall semester – winning two of the four tournaments herself. She has been a consistent player for the Razorbacks and is wanting her team to win a national championship in the spring.  

Maria Fassi sat at the front of the room, giving the professor her undivided attention while many of her fellow students’ thumbs were flying across their phone screens in the back. This complete focus is essential for Fassi because English is not her native tongue.