Arkansas' men and women swept the Southeastern Conference cross country championships Friday in College Station, Texas.
Dominique Scott won her third consecutive SEC title to lead the Razorbacks' women. Scott became the fourth female to win four SEC individual titles, winning the 6,000-meter race in a time of 19:23.5.
The Razorbacks scored 38 points to finish ahead of second-place Mississippi State with 95 points. Scott finished 17 seconds ahead of second-place Chelsea Blaase of Tennessee.
Kaitlin Flattman finished sixth and Devin Clark was eighth for Arkansas. The Razorbacks' seven runners all finished in the top 20.
The Razorbacks' men won the earlier race with 25 points, well-ahead of second-place Texas A&M with 98 points.
Arkansas won its sixth straight championship in cross country and 40th overall. The Razorbacks have won the SEC meet 23 of the last 25 years.
Four of the top six runners were from Arkansas, including second-place Christian Heymsfield and third-place Frankline Tonui. Alex George was fifth and Austen Dalquist finished sixth.
Alabama's Antibahs Kosgei won the men's 8,000-meter race in a time of 23:24.1.