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Arkansas women's basketball reaches 10 SEC wins for the second time in school history

With this win, the Razorbacks have matched the program record for Southeastern Conference wins with 10 of them in 2020.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Arkansas women's basketball team bounced back in the regular season finale to beating LSU 75-71, on senior day. 

With this win, the Razorbacks have matched the program record for Southeastern Conference wins with 10 of them in 2020.

Arkansas’s 22 regular season wins are also the most for the program since 2012.

According to the Arkansas Razorbacks, the team led by its seniors Alexis Tolefree and Kiara Williams.  Tolefree went for a game-high 17 points while Williams went for nine points and four offensive rebounds.

Junior forward Taylah Thomas nearly double-doubled, going for 10 points and eight boards, while guards Chelsea Dungee and A’Tyanna Gaulden both reached double figures, going for 10 and 11 points, respectively.

The Razorbacks are now 22-7 overall and 10-6 in the SEC conference. 

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