A group of Arkansas Razorbacks men’s basketball players attended Friday’s opening game of the 2021 NCAA Tournament Fayetteville Super Regional between Arkansas and NC State baseball.
One of the Arkansas men’s basketball Twitter accounts tweeted a photo of (from left to right) Davonte Davis, Lawson Blake, Khalen Robinson, Jaylin Williams, Connor Vanover, and Jaxson Robinson.
The Arkansas Basketball Recruiting account tweeted, “ELITE Hogs supporting SUPER Hogs! Let’s go @RazorbackBSB! #OneRazorback.”
Blake and Jaxson Robinson are new to the Razorbacks men’s basketball team in 2021-22. Blake is an incoming freshman, and Jaxson Robinson is a transfer from Texas A&M.
Davis, Khalen Robinson, Williams and Vanover helped Arkansas go 25-7 and reach the NCAA Tournament Elite Eight during the 2020-21 season.
Arkansas men’s basketball held camps for kids entering first through sixth grade on Thursday and Friday.
Eric Musselman, the Arkansas men’s basketball head coach, was also at the game and shown on the TV broadcast.
No 1-seeded Arkansas baseball comes into the series 49-11 overall. Most recently, the Arkansas Razorbacks beat Nebraska 6-2 on Monday to win the Fayetteville Regional.
NC State enters the matchup 33-17 overall. On June 6, NC State beat Louisiana Tech 14-7 to win the Ruston Regional.
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Dave Van Horn is the Arkansas Razorbacks baseball head coach. Elliott Avent is the NC State Wolfpack baseball head coach.
Erik Hall is the lead digital producer for sports with the USA Today Network. You can find him on Twitter @HallErik.