2022 Arkansas Cross Country Schedule Announced

FAYETTEVILLE – The Razorbacks 2022 cross-country season includes three visits to Oklahoma State, which will host the NCAA Championships this fall.

The Arkansas races at Agri Park, the Razorbacks home track, during the Chile Pepper Festival on Friday, September 30. Of the four college races on the first day of the two-day meet, the men’s race will be held at 5 p.m. with an earlier division racing at 3:45 p.m.

Additional information about the Chili Pepper Festival is available here: https://www.chilepepperfestival.org/

On their first visit to Stillwater, Oklahoma, the Razorbacks will race a distance of 5,000 meters on September 1 in the Cowboy Preview.

On October 15, Arkansas returns to OSU for the Weis-Crockett Invitational, in which elite teams will participate while the meeting serves as the venue of the Pre-Nationals in 2022.

The championship season of the past two years has produced similar results for the Razorbacks at the conference and national level. Arkansas has claimed the past two SEC team titles and earned team trophies by finishing fourth in the NCAA championships.

The Razorbacks travel to Oxford, Mississippi, for the SEC Championships on October 28. In addition to winning the past two league team titles, Arkansas has achieved a conference record total of 27 titles.

When visiting College Station, Texas, on November 11, the Razorbacks competing in the NCAA South Central Region will meet.

On November 19, OSU will host the NCAA meeting on the Griener Family course for the second time in two years, after the 2020 version of the meeting was held in March 2021 due to delays with covid.

2022 Arkansas Cross Country Men’s Schedule


Date Event School website
1 do. Cowboy Preview State of Oklahoma Stillwater, Oklahoma
30 fr. Chili Pepper Festival Arkansas Fayetteville, Arkansas


15 Sat. Weis Crockett Invitational State of Oklahoma Stillwater, Oklahoma
28 fr. SEC Championships Ole Miss Oxford, Mississippi


11 fr. NCAA South Central Region Texas A&M College Station, Texas
19 Sat. NCAA Championships State of Oklahoma Stillwater, Oklahoma

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