NASHVILLE--Rotnei Clarke put up a season-high 36 points, including six of his team's seven three-pointers and 20 of his team's 46 second-half points, as Arkansas dealt Vanderbilt its first home loss of the 2010-2011 season on Saturday afternoon, 89-78.
January 29, 2011
With many of their future University of Arkansas teammates looking on, Razorback basketball signees Michael Sanchez, Nate Rakestraw and Marcus Britt all flourish during Thursday night's AHSCA Basketball All-Star Game.
New University of Arkansas head basketball coach John Pelphrey talks about his two new signees - Springdale Har-Ber power forward Michael Sanchez (6-9, 230) and Forrest City guard Marcus Britt (6-3, 180), who both say they have realized a dream of landing with the Razorbacks.
Springdale Har-Ber power forward Michael Sanchez (6-9, 230) talks about joining Forrest City guard Marcus Britt in committing to Arkansas on Monday and making it a banner day for new Razorback head coach John Pelphrey and his staff.
Michael Sanchez doesn't need any more time. He's off the board as of Monday night when the big fella pulled the trigger for his in-state program.
Still with a decision to make on whether he will head to college or take the prep school route, Springdale Har-Ber power forward Michael Sanchez (6-9, 230) leads the Arkansas Hawks into AAU action this weekend at the Wallace Prather Memorial Tournament in Atlanta.
Springdale Har-Ber forward Michael Sanchez (6-8, 220) takes a visit to Arkansas, is currently on one to Wake Forest and ahs plans to trek to Kentucky and Colorado before announcing a decision before May 16th.