GAME 30 #19 TEXAS A&M (22-6, 11-4 SEC) March 1 College Station, TexasTHE SCHEDULE 17-12, 6-9 SECDateOpponentTime/TVTVOct. 29Southwest Baptist (Exh.) 7 p.m.W, 115-53Nov. 1East Central Univ. (Exh.) 7 p.m. W, 101-46Nov. 9Northwestern St. (Elem. Day) SECN W, 98-53Nov. 14at UT ArlingtonESPN W, 66-65Nov. 18No. 22 Arizona StateSECNL, 85-83Nov. 23 vs. Tennessee State-!7:30 p.m. W, 79-55Nov. 24vs. Pittsburgh-!7:30 p.m. L, 61-54Nov. 25 vs. Wisconsin-!7:30 p.m. W, 69-68Nov. 28 Oral RobertsSECN W, 74-61Dec. 2at No. 23 Iowa State 2 p.m.L, 91-82Dec. 4Tennessee TechSECN W, 65-42Dec. 8at Abilene ChristianSCDNW, 80-68Dec. 16Prairie View A&MSECN W, 71-44Dec. 18NebraskaSECN W, 84-80Dec. 20 at TulsaCSTW, 61-59Dec. 30 Jackson StateSECN W, 76-57Jan. 3#7/6 Mississippi State*SECNL, 93-69Jan. 6at Ole Miss*SECNW, 85-55Jan. 10at Missouri*SECN L, 71-53Jan. 13Vanderbilt*SECN W, 83-62Jan. 21at Tennessee*SECNW, 80-79Jan. 24Alabama* (We Back Pat) SECN W, 72-61Jan. 27at Florida*SECN W, 83-73rv-Jan. 31 Georgia*SECN L, 80-72rv-Feb. 3 #16 South Carolina*SECNL, 87-79Feb. 7at LSU*SECNL, 71-34Feb. 10Auburn* (Play4Kay)SECNL, 75-72Feb. 17at #17 Kentucky*SECN L, 61-59Feb. 21at Georgia*SECN L, 93-83Feb. 24Ole Miss* (Senior Day)SECNW, 73-61Feb. 28RV Missouri*SECNL, 73-67March 3 at #19 Texas A&M*4 p.m.SECNMarch 6-10 SEC ChampionshipTBA SECN, ESPN!-Music City Thanksgiving Challenge -Big 12/SEC Challenge*-SEC ContestFOLLOW, WATCH & [email protected]: SECN ( Sam Gore And A’ja WilsonLive Scoring: Sports Network from IMG (Radio)Phil ElsonFayetteville - KQSM-FM-92.1 /// KYNG-AM - 1590*Fort Smith - KFPW-AM-1230 /// KHGG-AM-1580*Rogers - KURM-AM-790 /// FM-100.3*If there are conflicts on the FM stationSERIESOverallSECIn 20-1LAST FIVE 8L, 59-55W, 67-61L, 90-65L, 104-60L, 82-52College StationFayettevilleCollege StationFayettevilleNashville (SEC)ARKANSAS RAZORBACKSTEXAS A&M AGGIESHEAD COACH--------------- Mike NeighborsARKANSAS RECORD---30-30/9-22 SEC (2)CAREER RECORD-------------------128-71 (6)HEAD COACH---------------------- Gary BlairSCHOOL RECORD---------------------379-157CAREER RECORD-------------------- 787-320PTS / GAME-------------------------------- 72.7PTS ALLOWED / GAME-------------------68.5FG %----------------------------------------.390FG DEFENSE %---------------------------.4083-PT FG %---------------------------------.3043-PT FG DEFENSE %--------------------- .298REB / GAME------------------------------- 37.3REB ALLOWED / GAME------------------ 43.9LEADING SCORER------------- Dungee, 19.6LEADING REBOUNDER-------- Williams, 6.8LEADER IN ASSISTS----------------Monk, 97PTS / GAME-------------------------------- 69.6PTS ALLOWED / GAME--------------------59.1FG %---------------------------------------- .432FG DEFENSE %--------------------------- .3653-PT FG %--------------------------------- .3263-PT FG DEFENSE %--------------------- .289REB / GAME--------------------------------41.4REB ALLOWED / GAME------------------ 34.6LEADING SCORER---------------Carter, 22.4LEADING REBOUNDER----------- Jones, 11.2LEADER IN ASSISTS------- Washington, 89WHAT’S GOING ON IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD Most SEC wins since 2015-16 (7-9) . Razorbacks were 6-10 in 2015, 2014, & 2013 Two SEC winning records in program history [10-6 (2011-12) 7-4 (1994-95)] & 3 7-7 seasons Thirteen (including ‘18-’19) six-win seasons in the SEC . Including seven of the last nine seasonsGET IT TO DUNGEE Scored double figures in 26 of 29 games . Scored 20 points 15 times . Scored 30 points threetimes . Scored 41 points against Auburn. It is the second most points in a single game and an SECgame record for a Razorback. Nine consecutive double figure scoring games Scored 20 points in 7 of last 9 games Averaging 24.5 points per game, 4.6 rebounds per game and made 78-of-91 free throws in the last10 games Led the team in scoring in 17 games See a lot more about Chelsea Dungee on page 6.JUST FYI Twelve losses - Five to teams in this week’s AP Top-25 and two more to teams who are receivingvotes Three one-possession losses - two against ranked teams Eight losses are 9 points or less - four against ranked teams RPI of 99 - been as high as 48 Of the 12 losses, five are to teams with a top-30 RPI Wins over Tennessee (RPI 43), Nebraska (RPI 85), UT Arlington (RPI 94) * RPI when we played Still have to face #21 Texas A&M (RPI 16)2PPG9.8Jr Conway, Ark.FG% RPG 3-PT.313 2.9583Sr N. Little Rock, Ark.PPG FG% RPG Ast13.1 .401 2.39710CHELSEA DUNGEEJAILYN MASONKIARA WILLIAMSMALICA MONKALEXIS TOLEFREETHE LINEUP (last game starters)Jr Little Rock, Ark.PPG FG% RPG BLK6.5 .570 6.83814PPG7.1Jr Mason, OhioFG% RPG Ast.394 3.75933RSo Sapulpa, Okla.PPG FG% RPG FT%19.6 .388 4.5 .819

#SIDEBYSIDE2018-19 @RAZORBACKWBBNUMERICALNO. NAME0A’Tyanna Gaulden1Raven Northcross-Baker2Alexis Tolefree3Malica Monk10 Kiara Williams13 Grayce Spangler14 Jailyn Mason20 Sydney Stout22 Bailey Zimmerman23 Amber Ramirez*24 Taylah Thomas30 Macy Weaver33 Chelsea Dungee52 Rokia oFrHOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOLOcilla, Ga./Americus Sumter HS/Florida StateMalvern, Ark./Malvern HS/Chipola CollegeConway, Ark./Conway HS/Jones County JCN. Little Rock, Ark./NLR HSLittle Rock, Ark./LR Central HSFayetteville, Ark./Fayetteville HSMason, Ohio/William Mason HSBixby, Okla./Bixby HSSt. Vincent, Ark. /Wonderview HSSan Antonio, Texas/Wagner HS/TCUArlington, Texas/Mansfield Timberview HSDavis Junction, Ill./Stillman Valley HSSapulpa, Okla./Sapulpa HS/OklahomaBradenton, Fla./IMG Academy/Mali, [email protected]@ravenbaker [email protected]@[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]@sydeny [email protected] [email protected]*Will redshirt due to NCAA transfer rulesCOACHING STAFFTitleHead CoachAssistant CoachAssistant CoachAssistant CoachDirector of OperationsDirector of Video and ScoutingDir. of Student-Athlete Devel.ELIGIBILITYSeniors (3)Raven Northcross-BakerMalica MonkBailey ZimmermanBY STATENameMike NeighborsTodd SchaeferLacey GoldwirePauline LoveAmber ShireyJeff BrazilC’eira RickettsJuniors (5)Alexis TolefreeJailyn MasonAmber Ramierz*Sydney StoutKiara WilliamsALPHABETICALNO. NAMEPOS HT CL52 Rokia DoumbiaG 5-9 Fr33 Chelsea DungeeG 5-11 R-So0A’Tyanna GauldenG5-7 R-So14 Jailyn MasonPG 5-9 Jr3Malica MonkG 5-5 Sr1Raven Northcross-Baker G 5-9 Sr23 Amber RamirezG 5-9 Jr13 Grayce SpanglerG 5-11 So20 Sydney StoutF6-0 Jr24 Taylah ThomasF6-1 So2Alexis TolefreeG5-8 Jr30 Macy WeaverF6-3 So10 Kiara WilliamsC6-1 Jr22 Bailey ZimmermanF6-0 Sr2 - Social @RazorbackWBBYear2nd Season2nd Season2nd Season2nd Season31st Season12th Season2nd SeasonSophomores (5)Chelsea DungeeA’Tyanna GauldenGrayce SpanglerTaylah ThomasMacy WeaverAlma MaterArkansas, 1993Thomas More College, 1995Oklahoma State, 2010Southern Miss, 2010Arkansas, 1992Arkansas, 2010Arkansas, 2015Freshmen (1)Rokia DoumbiaMAJORPre-BusinessCommunicationApparel Merchandise & Product DevelopmentJournalism: News/EditorialRecreation & Sport ManagementCriminal Justice and SociologyCriminal JusticeJournalism: BroadcastMarketingNursing/Public HealthSociologySupply Chain ManagementCommunicationApparel Merchandise & Product DevelopmentARKANSASMalica MonkRaven Northcross-BakerGrayce SpanglerAlexis TolefreeKiara WilliamsBailey ZimmermanGEORGIAA’Tyanna GauldenN. Little RockMalvernFayettevilleConwayLittle RockSt. VincentOcillaILLINOISMacy WeaverDavis JunctionOHIOJailyn MasonMasonOKLAHOMAChelsea DungeeSydney StoutSapulpaBixbyTEXASAmber RamirezTaylah ThomasSan AntonioArlingtonAFRICARokia DoumbiaMaliFA-NETIKPRONUNCIATIONS0 A’TyannaAH-tee-ah-nuh3 Malicamal-ick-cuh10 Kiarakey-R-uh13 GrayceGRACE14 JailynJAY-lyn23 Rokia Doumbia ro-KEY-uhdoom-BE-uh24 TaylahTAI-lah

#SIDEBYSIDETHE SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCETeamMississippi StateSouth CarolinaTexas eeAlabamaOle -15-23-54-33-53-53-52-52-61-6COACHING TREENameMike 3-159-206-227-21At ArkansasAlsoPresent1999-01 DOBO2006-07 Asst2017-pres. HCGary Blair1993-03 (HC)TAMU HCVic Schaefer1997-03 (AHC)TAMU AHCMiss StatE HCJohnnie Harris 2004-07 (AC)TAMU ACMSU Assoc. HCKelly Bond2000-03 (AC)TAMU Assoc. HCAmy Wright1999-02 (Player)TAMU ACAmber Nicholas Shirey1989, 90, 91, 92 (Player)DOBO, AC (92-present - played at .310.214.250OverallHA14-1 12-111-3 9-212-3 8-215-3 5-311-3 7-513-2 4-79-5 9-311-5 5-69-6 6-510-7 5-49-6 3-68-9 1-86-9 0-125-8 2-102018 SEC PreseasonCoaches Poll1.MississippiState2.South Carolina3.Georgia4.Tennessee5.Missouri6.Texas A&M7.Kentucky8. Auburn9.LSU10. Alabama11. Arkansas12. Florida13. Vanderbilt14. Ole 51532112221792018 SEC PreseasonMedia Poll1.MississippiState2.South Carolina3.Tennessee4.Georgia5.Missouri6.Texas A&M7.Kentucky8. Auburn9.LSU10. Alabama11. Arkansas12. Florida13. Vanderbilt14. Ole MissOPPONENT2019 SEC Women’s Basketball TournamentMarch 6 - 10 Greenville, SCBon Secours Wellness ArenaWednesday, March 6Game 1Seed #12 vs. Seed #13TBDGame 2Seed #11 vs. Seed #14TBDThursday, March 7Game 3Seed #8 vs. Seed #9Game 4 Game 2 winner vs. Seed #5Game 5 Seed #10 vs. Seed #7Game 6 Game 2 winner vs. Seed #6TBDTBDTBDTBDFriday, March 8Game 7Game 3 winner vs. Seed #1Game 8 Game 4 winner vs. Seed #4Game 9 Game 5 winner vs. Seed #2Game 10 Game 6 winner vs. Seed #3TBDTBDTBDTBDSaturday, March 9Game 11 Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winnerGame 12 Game 9 winner vs. Game 10 winnerTBDTBDSunday, March 10FinalGame 11 winner vs. Game 12 winnerTBDROAD TO GREENVILLEBelow is the breakdown of the 2019 SEC Tournamentseeds if the season ended on February 28.1. Mississippi [email protected] South Carolina 13-2MS3. Texas A&M 11-4AR4. Kentucky [email protected] Missouri9-6UA6. Georgia9-6UK7. [email protected] LSU7-8AU9. Arkansas*[email protected] Tennessee*[email protected] [email protected] Ole Miss3-14UT13. Florida#[email protected]#2-13UF Texas A&M has clinched a double-bye and the 3-seed in the upcoming SEC Tournament Texas A&M is 20-2 this season and 75-7 all-time when leading after three quarters Texas A&M head coach Gary Blair is 379-157 in 16 seasons in Aggieland. He is 787-320 in his Hall of — AM wins with head-to-head*—AR wins with head-to-head;Fame career, which ranks seventh among active coaches in career wins#— Have not played each other. Chennedy Carter scored 20 points for the fourth straight game and the 19th time thisseason. She extended her school record with her 43rd career game of 20 points.SERIES RECORDS She has scored 10 points in 60 of her 61 career games. She scored eight in the other OPPONENTSERIES HA N LASTNEIGHBORS AT UANorthwestern State 14-3 10-0 0-3 4-0 H – W 98-53 (11/9/2018)1-0 UT-Arlington8-0 3-0 3-0 1-0 A – W 66-65 (11/14/2018) 2-0 2-0 Texas A&M has won three games in a row including an upset victory over No. 11 Ken- Arizona State1-10-1 1-1 0-0 H – L 88-85 (11/18/2018)2-6 0-2Tennessee State-! 3-01-0 0-0 2-0 N – W 79-55 (11/23/2018)1-0 1-0tucky in Lexington earlier this week.1-10-0 0-0 1-1 N – L 61-54 (11/24/2018)1-1 0-1 Three Aggies average double figures with Carter leading the way with 22.4 ppg. Kayla Pittsburgh-!Wisconsin-!2-01-0 0-0 2-0 H – W 69-68 (11/25/2018)1-0 1-0Wells (14.9 ppg) and Ciera Johnson (12.0 ppg) are also in double figures.Oral Roberts21-9 16-2 5-7 0-0 A – W 74-61 (11/28/2018)2-0 2-0at Iowa State- 1-11-0 0-1 0-0 A – L 91-82 (12/2/2018)0-1 0-1 N’dea Jones leads the team with 11.2 rpg.Tennessee Tech1-11-0 0-1 0-0 H – W 65-42 (12/4/2018)1-0 1-0 Texas A&M doesn’t have a deep bench. Five players average 30 minutes a game with at Abilene Christian 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 A – W 80-68 (12/8/2018) 2-0 2-01-0 1-0the rest of the team in single digits. Despite the thin lineup that group of players has only Prairie View A&M 2-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 H – W 71-44 (12/17/2018)Nebraska1-11-0 0-1 0-0 A – W 84-80 (12/18/2108)1-1 1-1fouled out eight times between Tulsa22-3 10-2 12-1 0-0 A – W 61-59 (12/20/2018) 2-0 2-0Jackson StateARKANSAS IN THE SEC The Razorbacks are 6-8 in the SEC Only two winning seasons in the SEC7-4, Gary Blair, 1994-95, T4th10-6, Tom Collen, 2011-12, T4th Best SEC Finish is T4th (2011-12 & 1994-95)AlabamaAuburnFloridaGeorgiaKentuckyLSUOle MissMississippi StateMissouriSouth CarolinaTennesseeTexas 18-2011-1217-184-3121-1010-254-0 0-0 0-0 H – W 76-57 1-0 1-0H - W 72-61 (1/24/2019)2-1 2-1H – L 75-71 (2/10/2019)1-1 1-1A – W 83-73 (1/27/2019)1-1 1-1A – L 93-83 (2/21/2019)0-3 0-3A – L 61-59 (2/17/2018)1-3 0-3A – L 71-34 (2/7/2019)0-2 0-25 – W 73-61 (2/24/2019)3-0 3-0H – L 93-69 (1/3/2019)0-3 0-2H – L 73-67 (2/28/2019)1-4 0-4H – L 87-79 (2/3/2019)0-2 0-2A – W 80-79 (1/21/2019)1-1 1-1N – L 82-52 (3/1/2018)1-3 0-2H – W 83-62 (1/13/2019)2-1 2-1Social @RazorbackWBB - 3

#SIDEBYSIDECONGRATS GRADUATES!Seniors Malica Monk and Bailey Zimmermandonned a cap and gown in December as theygraduated with their undergrad degrees. Monkis a rec and sport management major whileZimmerman majored in apparel merchandiseand product development. Both players begingraduate school in January.WHAT’S HE SAYIN?Don’t be alarmed if you don’t understand whatHead Coach Mike Neighbors is saying on thebench. He has a language all his own.Coach Neighbors plays “Positionless Basketball”. Instead of having guards, forwards andcenters, he has Rabbits, Rackers, Locks andDragons.Rabbits run the floor andlook to score quickly with alayup.Rackers are the player with theball - go to the rack.Locks are the players who aretrying to win the race to the cornersA LOT OF OFFENSE Five different players (Tolefree, Monk, Dungee,Thomas & Northcross-Baker) have led Arkansas in scoring. Dungee and Monk average double figures at19.6 ppg and 13.1 ppg, respectively. Both players have scored over 370 points thisseason with Dungee over the 560-point mark. Dungee, Monk and Alexis Tolefree (283 pts)have scored 1,231 of Arkansas’ 2,041 points thisseason. That is 58.4% of the team’s offense. Dungee, Monk and Tolefree have combinedfor 100 20 point performances and they have 40performances with 15 or more points. Arkansas is 2-2 when Alexis Tolefree or MalicaMonk score 20 , and 7-8 when Chelsea Dungeehas 20 or more points in a game.BY THE NUMBERS 13-2 when leading or tied (#16 South Carolina,#17 Kentucky) at the half. Forced double digit turnovers in 28 of 29games (Kentucky). Committed 10 or fewer turnovers in 13 games. Made double figure 3-point field goals in ninegames 7-2 when making 10 from distance. 4-3 in one-possession games. Twenty games with the same or more madefree throws that their opponent. 13-6 when making more bonus shots than their opponents. Shot 70% or better from the line in 16 gamesincluding a stretch of eight in a row (Miss StateSC). Perfect 12-for-12 against Missouri at home. Double-figure steals in 12 games this season. Bettered the overall and SEC win totals froma year ago. Won or tied the second half in 16 games. Ten games this season with 80 points Onlyfour games with 80 points all of 2017-18.4 - Social @RazorbackWBBThe Dragon is the last player down the court. Watchout for a long distance shotfrom this spot.RARE AIRMalica Monk is one of seven players in programhistory to have 1000 points, 250 rebounds and300 assists for her career.PlayerPoints ReboundsKim Wilson (94-97)1733499C’eira Ricketts (09-12)*1557666Christy Smith (95-98)1459294Tracy Webb (84-87)1343388Cheryl Orcholski (81-84)1239667Malica Monk (16-pres.)1230281Amber Nicholas (89-92)*1209428*Current staff members for the RazorbacksAssists332523507424323349537GAME WINNERSWhen the game is on the line, Arkansas seniorMalica Monk is at her best. Monk has hit threegame-winning shots in the closing seconds thisseason. She crossed over a Tennessee defender tocreate separation and hit about a 12-foot jumperwith 3.6 seconds remaining to give Arkansas an80-79 win - its first road win over the Volunteerssince 2012 and only the second for the Razorbacks in 16 games at Thompson-Boling Arena. Monk’s layup with 4.7 seconds remaining completed a 15-point comeback in the Razorbacks’69-68 win over Wisconsin on Nov. 25 during anevent in Nashville, Tenn. On Dec. 20 she made a layup with eight seconds remaining to give Arkansas the go-aheadpoints in a 61-59 win at Tulsa. Tennessee’s shot was the fourth game winnerin Monk’s career and second in an SEC game. Shefollowed a miss with a layup at the buzzer to beatVanderbilt 57-56 at Bud Walton Arena as a freshman three years ago.OUR RECORD WHEN .Overall. 17-12Home / Away / Neutral. 9-6 / 6-5 / 2-1SEC. 6-9Home / Away. 3-5 / 3-4White Uniforms. 9-6Cardinal Uniforms. 8-4Anthracite Uniforms. 0-2LEADS/QUARTERS/HALFTIME/OTLeading after the 1st quarter.11-1Leading after the 2nd quarter/Half. 12-3Leading after the 3rd quarter.15-1Leading at the half, home.7-2Leading at the half, road/neutral .5-2Tied at the half, home.1-0Tied at the half, road/neutral.Games decided by 5 points or fewer.5-3Games decided by 10 points or fewer.7-8Leading with 5:00 left.15-0Leading with 2:00 left.16-0Overtime games.OFFENSEScoring less than 70 points. 4-6Scoring 70-79 points.6-3Scoring 80-89 points.6-3Scoring 90-99 points.1-0Scoring 100 points.2 Players Or Less in Double Figures . 3-53 Players in Double Figures.6-34 Players in Double Figures. 6-45 Players in Double Figures .1-0More than 5 players in Double Figures. 1-0 (NSU)1 Player Scores 20 Points. 8-52 Players Score 20 Points.1-3When shooting 50 percent or higher.1-0When shooting less than 50 percent.16-12REBOUNDING/TURNOVERSWhen outrebounding opponent.6-0When outrebounded.9-12When rebounds are even. 2-0When grabbing 10 offensive reb.13-8When forcing 15 turnovers. 16-7When committing less than 15 turnovers.13-11When committing 15 turnovers. 4-1Top Scorers (Includes Ties)Tolefree. NSU, UTA, ASU, Pitt, ACU, JSUMonk.UTA, UT, ALA, FLADungee. TSU, WIS, ORU, ISU, TTU, NEB, TUL, MSU, OM, MU.FLA, GA, SC. LSU, AU, KY, GA, OM, MUThomas.PVAMNorthcross-Baker. VUTop Rebounders (Includes Ties)Williams.NSU, ASU, TSU, ORU, ISU, TTU, ACU, PVAM, NEB,TUL, JSU, OM, KY, GAThomas. NSU, UTA, WIS, MSU, MU, UT, FLA, GA, LSUZimmerman. Pitt, VU, OMDungee. MU, AU, MUDoumbia. VUMason.ALA, GA, SCMonk. AUNorthcross-Baker. AUMonthsIn November.5-2In December. 6-1In January.5-3In February. 1-6In March

#SIDEBYSIDESEASON & CAREER MILESTONES3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE3PTFG1. 237 (31 games)2. 221 (29 games)3. 202 (33 games)4. 200 (28 games)5. 200 (32 games)6. 198 (34 games)7. 191 (33 games)8. 177 (30 games)177 (30 games)10. 169 (34 games)1,000 POINT CLUBNAME (CAREER)15. Lyndsay Harris (09-12)16. India Lewis (99-03)17. Cheryl Orcholski (80-84)18. Malica Monk (2016-)19. Juliet Jackson (86-90)20. Amber Nicholas (88-92)21. Stephanie Bloomer (91-95)22. Amanda Holley (81-84)23. Monica Brown (83-87)24. Kelly Johnson (92-96)25. Blair Savage (89-93)Jailyn Mason 98-991997-982013-142016-172010-11YR GP PTS4 123 1,3474 128 1,3084 123 1,2394 114 1,2304 120 1,2134 117 1,2094 105 1,1593 94 1,1544 103 1,1454 113 1,1094 114 1,0723 90 774CAREER ASSISTSNAME (CAREER)YR1. Amy Wright (98-02) * 4*Seventh all-time in SEC history2. Calli Berna (12-15)43. Amber Nicholas (88-92) 44. C’eira Ricketts (09-12) 45. Christy Smith (94-98) 46. Tracy Webb (83-87)47. Brittney Vaughn (04-08) 48. Rochelle Vaughn (02-06) 49. Malica Monk (2016-) 410. Donna Wilson (87-89) 2Kimberly Wilson (93-97) 412. Cheryl Orcholski (80-84) 413. Juliet Jackson (86-90) 414. India Lewis (99-03)415. Christi Willson (87-91) 3Breaking inJailyn Mason (2017-) 3GP131AST717128 667117 538129 516111 507117 444129 424120 421114 34958 332120 332123 323120 313128 27687 26890244ARKANSAS FROM DISTANCE Arkansas is second in the SEC and 39th in Division I with 221 made3-point field goals. The Razorbacks are first in the conference and 14th in DI with 729 attempts. Arkansas is third in the SEC and 56th in Division I averaging 7.6 made3-pointers a game. In SEC-only games Arkansas is third the league with 114 makes, first with376 attempts and third with 7.6 made 3-pointers in a game. Arkansas has 221 3-point field goals through 29 games. They broke intothe program team single season top-10 at Florida. This year’s total rankssecond and climbing in program history.IN THE 4TH QUARTER ARKANSAS HAS . Outscored opponents 584-541 Won the fourth quarter in 18 games Shot .424 from the floor Committed fewer turnovers (65-114) Had more steals (64-36)A FREE SHOT Arkansas is fourth in the SEC for made free throws with 401. Chelsea Dungee leads the Razorbacks shooting .819 (167-204) from theline. Dungee is thrid in the SEC in FT% at .819. Dungee leads the SEC with 167 made free throws and with 204 attempts. Arkansas is 33rd in the NCAA and fourth in the SEC with 563 free throwattempts. The Razorbacks are fourth in the SEC and 27th in the country with 401made free throws.UNDER 10 Arkansas has played 14 games to a 10 or fewer point margin. The Razorbacks have won three games by a single point (UT-Arlington,Wisconsin, Tennessee). They defeated Tulsa by two and Nebraska by four.SINGLE SEASON RECORDSPOINTS1. 692 Shelly Wallace2. 655 Bettye Fiscus3. 611 Shameka Christon4. 583 Delmonica DeHorney5. 581 Delmonica DeHorney6. 569 Chelsea Dungee7. 554 Bettye Fiscus8. 517 Shameka Christon9. 502 Kimberly Wilson10. 501 Karyn Karlin11. 496 Shameka Christon12. 494 Malica Monk13. 485 Jessica Jackson14. 477 Jessica Jackson477 Jessica Jackson16. 476 Bettye 5-162014-151982-83SCORING AVERAGE1. 23.1 Shelly Wallace2. 21.8 Shameka Christon3. 20.0 Delmonica DeHorney4. 19.8 Bettye Fiscus5. 19.6 Chelsea Dungee5. 18.7 Bettye Fiscus6. 18.3 Bettye Fiscus7. 18.2 Delmonica DeHorney8. 18.1 Sha 82-831990-911991-92FREE THROWS MADE1. 183 Bettey Fiscus, Fr.2. 167 Chelsea Dungee3. 158 Shelly Wallace4. 143 Delmonica DeHorney5. 134 Christy Smith6. 132 Kelsey EE THROWS ATTEMPTED1. 229 Bettye Fiscus, Fr.2. 220 Shelly Wallace3. 220 Shelly Wallace, Sr.4. 213 Delmonica DeHorney, Jr.5. 204 Chelsea Dungee, So.6. 199 Kelsey Brooks, So.7. 194 Shea Hnderson, Sr.8. 180 Delmonica DeHorney, Fr.9. 177 Delmonica DeHorney, 151987-881990-91 Arkansas lost to No. 22 Arizona State, Auburn and at No. 17 Kentucky byone possession. Arkansas lost on a neutral site to Pitt by seven points, at No. 22 IowaState by nine points, to Georgia, South Carolina by eight points and Missouriby six points.CHASING LAST YEAR’S NUMBERS Last season, Arkansas had 47 performances of 10-14 points in a game fora single player. They had 27 performances of 15-19 points; 18 times in whichplayers scored 20-25 points and one 26 point performance. This season (29 games) Arkansas has 46 10-14 point performances. Theyhave 27 performances with 15-19 points; 17 with 20-25 points, four 26 pointand two 30 and one 40 -point performances.THE PATH TO A MILESTONE Malica Monk became the 28th player in program history to score 1,000career-points. She reached the milestone with a layup in the second quarter in the win over Nebraska. Monk scored 110, 247 and 494 points, respectively, in each of her firstthree seasons. Monk has 379 points as a senior through 29 games – more points thanshe had in her first two years combined. Monk has 32 made 3-point baskets this season. That is more than shehad as a freshman (2) or a sophomore (7) combined. Monk has started 92 of 114 games including 85 in a row (She has missedsome games with injury so the number is not consecutive). She has scored in double figures in 64 games, had 14 games with 20 points and led the team in scoring in 17 games. Monk averages 10.8 ppg for her career and if she plays in two moregames (every regular season game and one contest in the SEC Tournament), she will add 21 more points to her total for 1,251 career points. Thatwould make her 17th all-time in program history. If Monk were to average 13.1 points in three games (her 2018-19 ppg average), she would finish with 1,256 career points to rank 17th in programhistory.Social @RazorbackWBB - 5

#SIDEBYSIDECHELSEADUNGEE’S ALL-SEC SEASONDUNGEE“The last name of someone who is loyal and caring,no one has your back like them.Theysometimes can have a very short temper and snap on you.Many people envy these peoplebecause of their popularity and knowness.” - from urbandictionary.com6 - Social @RazorbackWBB26DOUBLE FIGURE GAMES1520 POINT GAMES2TWO 30 POINT GAMES141 POINTS VS. AU - SEC GAME PROGRAM BEST1671ST SEC 4TH DI IN FREE THROWS MADE2041ST SEC 8TH DI IN FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED5591ST SEC IN TOTAL POINTS19.62ND SEC 29TH DI IN POINTS PER GAME251 OF 6 RAZORBACKS WITH 25 DOUBLEFIGURE GAMES SINCE 2005-061ONLY RAZORBACK SINCE 2005-06 WITH 230 POINT GAMES1ONLY RAZORBACK SINCE 2005-06 WITH A40 POINT GAME22.12ND SEC ONLY GAMES IN SCORING3312ND SEC ONLY GAMES IN TOTAL POINTS99-1151ST SEC ONLY GAMES IN FTM & FTA34.7MINUTES PER GAME IN SEC CONTESTS

#SIDEBYSIDEA LOOK AT CHELSEA DUNGEE Scored double figures in 26 of 29 games Scored 20 points 15 times Scored 30 points twice Scored 41 points against Auburn. It is the second most points ina single game and an SEC game record for a Razorback. Dungee’s 19.6 points per game rank second all-time in a singleseason for a Razorback player. Her 19.6 ppg average is the best since Shameka Christon’s 16.7ppg in 2001-02. Dungee’s 569 points ranks six all-time in a single season behindBettye Fiscus’ 554 points. Shameka Christon holds the top threespots with a program-best 611 points in 2003-04. Dungee’s 167 made free throws is second and her 204 free throwattempts is fifth all-time in program history for a single season. Dungee has scored in double figures nine times in the first halfof games, however, she averages ju

1 Raven Northcross-Baker G 5-9 Sr Malvern, Ark./Malvern HS/Chipola College @ravenbaker_4 2 Alexis Tolefree G 5-8 Jr Conway, Ark./Conway HS/Jones County JC @a2smooth_