Sophomore forward Anthony Livingston scored 20 points and grabbed 20 rebounds to help the Arkansas State men’s basketball team rally for a 67-58 victory over Marshall Saturday afternoon at the Convocation Center.
Henderson State quarterback Kevin Rodgers finished second in the voting for the 2014 Harlon Hill Trophy as the NCAA Division II College Football Player of the Year.
In a building called Frost Arena, the UALR offense was ice cold on Thursday night.
A-State will kickoff the season with a four-game series against Illinois State Feb. 13-15.
Two University of Central Arkansas Bears earned All-America honors on Wednesday when The Associated Press announced its 2014 FCS All-America teams.
Sean Gardner scored 22 points and the A-State defense held Mississippi State to a 32.3 shooting percentage from the field as the Arkansas State men’s basketball squad defeated the Bulldogs 69-55.
Sharika Nelvis, the 2014 NCAA Division I outdoor national 100-meter hurdles champion and indoor national 60-meter hurdles champion, is the first student-athlete from the Sun Belt Conference to make the trophy finals.
Three Arkansas AAU All Star teams went to Arlington, Texas and won the Battle of the Border against three Texas teams.
The Arkansas State men’s basketball contest against Mississippi State on Dec. 17 is set to appear on the SEC Network.
UALR had an incredible offensive performance in the first half against Oklahoma on Sunday, and the Trojans used that scoring outburst to earn their second win over a Power 5 conference opponent this season.
The UALR men’s basketball team fought back from a deficit they faced most of the afternoon to force overtime, but Kent State got baskets in clutch situations to claim a 60-55 victory over the Trojans at the Jack Stephens Center on Sunday afternoon.
Sophomore Bobby Portis scored 18 points and hauled in nine rebounds, while Arkansas limited Dayton to 23 first half points en route to a convincing 69-55 win on Saturday at Bud Walton Arena.
The Arkansas State football team held its first postseason practice Thursday at Centennial Bank Stadium, hitting the field for the first time since accepting an official invitation to play in the 2015 GoDaddy Bowl.
The Red Wolves completed their regular season Nov. 29 against New Mexico State, a contest it won 68-35 while breaking the Sun?Belt Conference record for total offense in a game, and announced they would play in their fourth consecutive bowl game four days later.
A native of Minnesota, Frank Ragnow moved to center to begin his freshman campaign after never playing the position before. The freshman has graded out at 70 percent and played more than 200 snaps this season.
School officials started an investigation in late June following a series of allegations of misconduct on the part of university personnel in the program.
Enjoying some of the best thoroughbred horse racing in the nation will be a little easier in 2015.
The GoDaddy Bowl-bound Arkansas State football team has placed 11 players, including three first-team selections, on the 2014 All-Sun Belt Conference Team.
Track president thanks fans, horsemen for support during expansion project.
The Ohio State offensive coordinator is the 2014 recipient.
The honor goes to the nation's top assistant college football coach.
The UALR men’s basketball team dug itself a hole early against Tulsa on Sunday afternoon at the Jack Stephens Center and was never fully able to dig out of it.
Officials with the GoDaddy bowl announced Sunday Arkansas State University will play Toledo in January.
The Arkansas State football team will play Mid-American Conference member Toledo in the 2015 GoDaddy Bowl, it was announced Sunday after the Rockets accepted an invitation to the Jan. 4 bowl game at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala.
UALR led by five at halftime and by as many as 11 in the second half, but missed 10 free throws and surrendered 10 made 3-point field goals in a 73-68 loss to Missouri State.
The Red Wolves will finish their centennial season Jan. 4 in Mobile, Alabama.
After having a career day against Memphis on Saturday and helping the Trojans to a 5-0 start, sophomore Kaitlyn Pratt was named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week.
For the third straight year, Henderson State quarterback Kevin Rodgers has been named a national finalist for the 2014 Harlon Hill Trophy as the NCAA Division II College Football Player of the Year.
An invitation is expected to be made officially on Wednesday or Thursday and AState will accept.
The Broyles Award honors the top assistant college football coach in America and was established in 1996 to honor legendary Arkansas Head Coach Frank Broyles.
Qualls’ pair of 20-point games marked the first time this season that Arkansas has been led in scoring in back-to-back games by the same player, while the 6-0 start is the program’s best since 1997-98.
One of just 30 unbeaten teams left in the country, Arkansas Men's Basketball leads the nation in assists per game at a 20.7 per game clip.
Senior tight end AJ Derby transferred to Arkansas as a walk-on quarterback in 2013 and moved to tight end prior to his senior season, earning a scholarship in the process.
The Arkansas State football squad racked up a Sun Belt Conference record 764 yards of total offense and outscored SBC foe New Mexico State 41-14 in the second half en route to a 68-35 victory at Centennial Bank Stadium Saturday afternoon.
The UALR men’s basketball team is off to its best five-game start since the 2008-09 season after topping UCA 85-71 on Saturday at the Jack Stephens Center.
The Rotary Club of Little Rock is pleased to announce the nominees for the 2014 Broyles Award.
The UALR women’s basketball team held its opponent to under 50 points for the third consecutive game and set a new school record in the process on at the Jack Stephens Center on Wednesday night.
Cole Caruthers and Jonathan Woodard picked up two of the Southland Conference's seven postseason individual awards announced Tuesday along with the release of the All-Southland Conference football teams.
The three finalists for the 5th annual Burlsworth Trophy have been selected and include East Carolina Receiver, Justin Hardy; Iowa Running Back, Mark Weisman; and Mississippi State Guard, Ben Beckwith.
James White has been named the College Sports Madness Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week for his performance during the past week’s action.
It's a tradition in Arkansas that's been gaining popularity over the last few years. An annual deer hunt put on for Wounded Warriors. This year the Pine Bluff Arsenal teamed up with the Arkansas Freedom Fund so all hunters are Natural State natives.
Jonathan Williams is one of 16 semifinalists that recognizes the nation’s college offensive player of the year in honor of the legacy of Texas legend Earl Campbell.
The UALR men’s basketball team led for nearly 38 minutes of regulation, but it needed two overtimes to claim a 94-88 victory over CSUN at the Jack Stephens Center on Sunday afternoon.
On Tuesday, following a vote of the Great American Conference’s head football coaches, the league announced its All-Conference teams and year-end individual awards.
Thanks to the huge impact she made in her first game in 20 months, UALR senior guard Ka’Nesheia Cobbins has been named the first Sun Belt Player of the Week for the 2014-15 season.
Arkansas State true freshman Blaise Taylor was named the Sun?Belt Conference Special Teams Player of the Week and a College Football Performance Awards national Punt Returner of the Week on Monday.
The defensive end accepted an invitation to participate in the 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl on Jan. 25 in Mobile, Alabama. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. in Ladd-Peebles Stadium and will be nationally televised on the NFL Network.
Arkansas State scored two touchdowns in the final three minutes, but Appalachian State made a defensive stand on the Red Wolves’ final drive of the game to escape with a 37-32 victory Saturday afternoon at Centennial Bank Stadium.
The University of Central Arkansas Bears will open their new era of basketball with a bang Friday night, taking on the Creighton Blue Jays at 8 p.m. at the CenturyLink Center.
Two top-ranked Division II Football programs will go head-to-head in a match-up that dates all the way back to 1895.