Only one SEC program has won a conference title since the 2014 SEC Outdoor Championship and Arkansas kept going with the women winning the title Saturday.
Behind sweeps in the heptathlon and pole, Arkansas women’s track and field program took a big step towards capturing its 10th straight SEC title Friday.
Arkansas capped its regular season with a flood of personal best performances at the Arkansas Twilight in Fayetteville and at the Payton Jordan Invitational in Stanford, California.
The third-ranked Razorback women wrapped up their weekend with one event title, four runner-up finishes, an improved program record and a seasons’ best in the 4-x-400.
The conditions were just right for the No. 3 Arkansas women’s track and field team to secure some improved performances at the SEC Relays.
Only three final tune-ups separate Arkansas' women’s track and field team from postseason competition, the first being this weekend’s SEC Relays in Baton Rouge.
Herman boldly accepted and completed the task of joining her teammates Sunday and it paid off, capturing the event title with a heptathlon PR of 5,612 points.
Taking on cold conditions that featured a light mist, Arkansas turned in a strong day on its home track at the John McDonnell Invitation Saturday.
Junior Nikki Hiltz raced to the top of the NCAA performance list at the Bryan Clay Invitational in California.
Arkansas' women’s track and field team will close out its indoor regular season campaign this weekend at the Arkansas Qualifier in Fayetteville and the Alex Wilson Invitational in South Bend, Ind.