Archive - Mar 2011 - Sports Article
FAYETTEVILLE âÂ The last coach Arkansas hired out of the University of Missouri actively worked 50 yearsÂ for the RazorbacksÂ and continuesÂ as athletics director emeritus.
At 51, Mike Anderson will be hard put to match Frank Broylesâ Razorbacks tenure though heâs willing to try.
However long he gets to coach, Arkansasâ new head basketball coach with the 17-year Arkansas assistant coaching past says he wants to coach only Arkansas.
âIâm at home now,â Anderson told the estimated 5,000 to 6,000 SaturdayÂ packing the south side of Walton Arena. âAs long as they want me here I am at home.â
After getting off to an impressive start Thursday, the Lady Hornets floundered Friday at an invitational tournament held in Tennessee.
Bryant head coach Debbie Clark said her players gathered their composure Saturday, but by the time the girls started making headway against the competition, a storm rolled through and caused officials to cancel the tournament.
Clark said other coaches were impressed by the Lady Hornetsâ tenacious play during their two wins Thursday. Bryant beat Clarksville High School 6-3 and Clarskville Northwest 15-1.
The Bryant Hornets defeated East Ridge High School (Fla.) 4-2 Friday night to win the Northwest Powerade Classic in Sanford, Fla.
The Hornets scored two runs in the second, one in the third and one in the fourth, and withstood a rally by East Ridge to complete the tournament sweep.
Landon Pickett led off the bottom of the second with a single to right field. After a strikeout, Evan Jobe singled to right field between first and second to put runners on first and second.