Fayetteville, Ark.- The offer of an athletic scholarship to a prestigious college institution is a dream for many. The ability to see that dream through to completion by earning a college degree, while playing at the highest level of competition at the amateur level, is inspirational.
On Saturday 52 University of Arkansas student-athletes earned their college degrees. Of the 19 Division I sports the Razorbacks award athletic scholarships for, 17 individual Arkansas athletic teams saw at least one member of their squad complete their collegiate journey.
Of the 52 college graduates to receive their diploma, 11 members of the Arkansas Razorback football team took home an award not earned on the field of play.
(10) Men’s Track and Field:
Thomas Cattin Masson
(5) Women’s Swimming and Diving:
(5) Women’s Soccer:
(5) Women’s Basketball Team:
(4) Women’s Track and Field Team:
(3) Women’s Gymnastics Team:
(2) Men’s Tennis Team:
(2) Men’s Basketball:
(2) Women’s Volleyball:
(1) Women’s Tennis:
(1) Men’s Golf:
(1) Women’s Softball:
Congratulations to all of the women and men student-athletes that completed their collegiate journey on Saturday.
Razorback Nation is appreciative of all your past and future contributions to the University of Arkansas in the classroom and during competition as a member of the SEC.
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