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Alexis Tolefree drained six three-pointers to lead the Razorbacks to a 91-41 victory over Tulsa on Wednesday night.

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The Razorback women’s basketball team has gone through a number of changes throughout the years. One former player has seen it all, as her love for the Hogs led to a career with the program that’s lasted much longer than her days on the court. Once the season ends, she’ll have concluded her …

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The 2016-17 season was one full of lows and not enough highs for the Razorback women’s basketball team. Disappointments, losses and controversy rattled a team that went on to finish dead last in the Southeastern Conference. With a conference record of 2-14, a complete rebuild was in order. E…

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The Razorback women’s basketball team (12-15, 3-11) will honor its departing senior and attempt to upset a nationally-ranked team when the No. 17 Texas A&M Aggies (20-8, 9-5) comes to Bud Walton Arena on Thursday.

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A Razorback women’s basketball starter was only 4 years old when she began her quest for success. The child’s humble beginning as a basketball player was far from typical, including her first games as the only girl on her father and grandfather’s boy’s team.

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The Razorback women’s basketball team (11-11, 2-7) will head to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, on Sunday looking to avenge their 83-76 loss to the Crimson Tide (14-8, 4-5) that occured Jan. 7.

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A week ago, she was dealing with an ankle injury. Last night, however, graduate guard Devin Cosper showed no signs of it as she drained a three from the corner to cap off a 24-point fourth quarter for a Razorback women’s basketball team that ultimately fell to the Kentucky Wildcats 76-65.

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The Florida Gators and Arkansas Razorbacks entered Bud Walton with the best and second-best three-point percentages in the Southeastern Conference, respectively, but there seemed to be a lid on the basket for both teams. Points in the paint proved to be the difference as the Gators beat the …

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The Razorback women’s basketball team (10-4, 1-0) held on to a slim one-point lead heading into the final moments in a 73-72 victory over the Ole Miss Rebels (10-4, 0-1) on Dec. 31. The Rebels inbounded the ball with five seconds left, but a steal on the final possession resulted in the Hogs…

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It’s rebuilding time for the Razorback women’s basketball team. After a disastrous 2-14 conference record season in 2016-17, the Hogs are shaking things up and hoping for better results this season with a whole new system, a heavily new roster and the return of a successful native Arkansan c…

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On a warm Tuesday afternoon, in a room filled with red and white balloons, clothes and banners, UA officials announced the hiring of its ninth head coach for women’s basketball – Mike Neighbors.

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After the Razorback women’s basketball team decided Nov. 9 that they would stand during the national anthem, state politicians and UA officials have begun talking about the best way to raise awareness for social issues.

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Walking from Bud Walton Arena to John McDonnell Field has become a routine for one student athlete. Sophomore Keiryn Swenson does not only compete in basketball, she also throws javelin for the Razorbacks’ track and field squad.

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When players on the Razorback women’s basketball team knelt during the national anthem before they played Oklahoma Baptist University in its only exhibition game of the season, it sparked criticism from several political figures and public statements of support from university officials.

Alexis Tolefree drained six three-pointers to lead the Razorbacks to a 91-41 victory over Tulsa on Wednesday night.