FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Razorbacks closed out the Tyson Invitational Saturday afternoon at Randal Tyson Indoor Track running the 11th-fastest 4×400-meter relay in the NCAA this season.

The 4×400-meter relay of Jalen Brown (47.04), Hunter Woodhall (46.56), Travean Caldwell (47.22), and James Milholen (46.36) ran 3:07.17 to win section three while finishing sixth-overall in the event.

The 200-meter saw Rashad Boyd set a collegiate-PR in the one-turn race crossing the line in a quick 21.62 that led Arkansas in the open section of the 200-meters.

In the Invitational section of the 200-meters, Kris Hari was the quickest Razorback to the finish line clocking 21.50 – an indoor personal-best time.

Jeff Rogers and Sam Kempka turned in seventh and 11th-place finishes in the shot put competition that included the reigning NCAA Outdoor Champion in the event, Georgia’s Denzel Comenentia.

Rogers finished with a mark of 17.02m (55-10.25) – a season-best – while Kempka finished at 15.95m (52-4).

Arkansas returns to the track for the regular season finale – the Arkansas Qualifier – Feb. 15 with primetime action slated to begin at 5 p.m.

For complete results from today’s Tyson Invitational click here