FAYETTEVILLE – The Razorbacks will host a 12-team field in the 2022 Arkansas Invitational on Friday (14) inside the Randal Tyson Track Center and you can watch live streaming coverage of the meet on SEC Network + via ESPN+.
How can I watch the Arkansas Invitational live?
The meet gets underway with the first field event starting at noon CT with the men’s Shot Put while running events begin at 2:30 p.m. For Live Streaming coverage, you can watch all the action online through WatchESPN and you can also follow the coverage via the ESPN App as well. Live Results will also be available for those interested in following the updates. Schedule | Startlist here.
Joining the Razorbacks at the 2022 Arkansas Invitational are a pair of Big 12 schools, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, along with Tulsa, Oral Roberts, Alcorn State, Allen CC, Arkansas Little Rock, Arkansas Pine Bluff, Butler CC, Central Arkansas, and Coffeyville CC.
“It’s one of those meets where we get our feet wet, knock off the rust from the holidays, and take advantage of an opportunity to compete,” Arkansas women’s associate head coach Chris Johnson said on the school’s website.
“We’re looking to have some fun, stay healthy, and prepare for the bigger and better meets down the line. This is one step towards getting better.”
Among the athletes set to compete for Arkansas are Jada Baylark, who was impressive at the Wooo Pig Classic when she clocked 7.25 for victory in the women’s 60m, while Shafiqua Maloney is scheduled to run both the 400m and 800m. Paris Peoples will race over the 400m.
Newcomer Carmie Prinsloo, who had a solid cross country season, will race at 1,000m in her indoor debut.
Leading the list of professional athletes down to compete in the Arkansas Invitational are Shamier Little (600m), a volunteer assistant with the Razorbacks, while hurdlers Sharika Nelvis and Christina Clemons will contest the flat 60m dash and Cindy Sember will lineup in the 60 hurdles.