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Razorbacks get blowout victory

Stefani Doyle scored two early first-half goals as the Arkansas Razorbacks cruised to a 7-0 victory over Lamar on Thursday night at Razorback Field.

Arkansas (3-1-1) outshot Lamar (1-4) 28-0.

In the second half, Arkansas picked up goals from Parker Goins, Reagan Swindall, Jordan Stack and Madison Louk. Arkansas also scored when a Lamar defender redirected an Arkansas shot into the net for an own goal.

Arkansas State rattles Jackson State

Sarah Sodoma scored three goals in leading Arkansas State to a convincing 6-1 victory over Jackson State Thursday afternoon at the A-State Soccer Park in Jonesboro.

The Red Wolves (3-1) also picked up goals from Sophia Restrepo, Maggie Ertl and Haley Furio.

Arkansas State outshot Jackson State 17-6, and freshman goalkeeper Noel Miller made two saves. Abby Harris, Abby Glockzin and Lindsey Brochu were credited with assists.


ASU schedule includes Waco trip

Arkansas State's women's basketball team will play defending national champion Baylor this season.

The Red Wolves released their 2019-20 schedule Thursday, a slate that includes four teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament last season. The most noteworthy nonconference game on the ASU schedule is a Dec. 18 road game in Waco.

ASUe opens its season Nov. 6 in Jonesboro against Central Baptist.

The Red Wolves' first road game comes Nov. 9 at Tulsa. The Red Wolves also have road games scheduled at Murray State in Murray, Ky., at San Diego State and at Chicago, where they will play two games in the Maggie Dixon Classic, hosted by DePaul.


Razorbacks lose to Mountaineers

The University of Arkansas finished with an offensive flourish in the third set but was swept 3-0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-22) by West Virginia on Thursday in Fayetteville.

The Razorbacks (3-1) scored 10 of the final 16 points in the third set and went to the net 90 times during the match, but committed 8 more attack errors than the Mountaineers (4-0), resulting in 6 fewer kills.

Jillian Gillen led Arkansas with 11 kills and 5 digs, while Devyn Wheeler had 8 kills. Rachel Rippee added 18 of the Razorbacks' 33 assists to go with 6 digs.

Arkansas Tech falls in season opener

Anyse Smith made 10 kills in her first game for Arkansas Tech, but the Golden Suns dropped their season opener to Missouri-St. Louis 3-0 in Rolla, Mo.

Allie Anderson added nine kills and led the team in digs with eight. Emily Acker handed out 13 assists and Greer Rogers led Tech with four blocks.

-- Democrat-Gazette Press Services

Sports on 09/06/2019

Print Headline: State sports briefs


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