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The men were second at both the indoor and outdoor league meets, and finished 11th at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Other milestones in included the setting of a pair of collegiate records Kaitlin Petrillose — indoor pole vault; Courtney Okolo — outdoor meters and 13 school marks.

His teams have continued to dominate the Big In , Texas completed the double sweep winning the conference crown indoors and out for both the men and women.

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It marked the first time since any school had accomplished the feat and just the fourth ever. Sategna earned Big 12 Coach of the Year for all four titles as well. The women won the outdoor title by As an assistant coach at Texas, Sategna suh-TANE-yuh became one of the most respected field event coaches in the nation, serving under head coach Bubba Thornton and helping the Longhorns to finish among the top 10 at either the NCAA indoor or outdoor meets 13 times, including a sixth-place showing at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Two of the athletes he tutored in field events — Ryan Crouser shot put and Johannes Hock decathlon — captured national titles. The sixth-place finish at the NCAA Outdoor meet would not have been possible without the production from the field-event unit. Crouser captured the second shot-put title in school history and Hock became only the second freshman in NCAA history to claim the decathlon crown with a total of 8,, the ninth-best mark in collegiate history.

In addition, Isaac Murphy ended his career with a fourth-place showing in the decathlon and Crouser was eighth in the discus. The Longhorns also swept the Big 12 indoor and outdoor titles in for just the third time in school history. Hock won the hepthalon indoors and captured the decathlon at outdoors with a meet-record 8,, the seventh-best total in collegiate history.

Hayden Baillio claimed the shot put at the Big 12 Indoor Championships and Crouser followed up with a victory in the shot put outdoors with a school-record and nation-leading toss of Hock sixth in heptathlon and Baillio seventh in shot put each earned first team All-America honors at the NCAA Indoor meet, helping the Horns finish tied for 23rd. Sategna, an associate head coach from , brought a unique set of credentials to the position.

That group is among 21 of his athletes to earn 62 All-America honors.

Six-time SECHC Champions

While an assistant, UT posted consecutive third-place finishes at the and NCAA Indoor meet best indoor team finishes in school history. In addition, Sategna has been on staff for seven Big 12 Championships. His athletes have captured 35 conference titles 16 indoor; 19 outdoor. Sategna has also been a known commodity on the international stage with the Longhorns. In , he helped Goodwin capture the long jump at the U.

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Olympic Trials and finish 10th at the London Olympics. Goodwin became the first collegian to win both the Olympic Trials and the NCAA Outdoors long jump competition in the same year since He was also the first-ever Longhorn to reach the long-jump final at the Olympics. Sategna continues to train Hardee, who is one of the elite athletes in the world. Hardee won the silver medal in the decathlon at the Summer Olympics. He tallied 8, points and was in second place from wire-to-wire behind fellow American Ashton Eaton who had 8, and was in reach of the Olympic record 8, by Roman Sebrle of the Czech Republic in In that position, he was in charge of the throws, multi-events, pole vault and high hurdler events.

He coached student-athletes to four Big Ten individual crowns, two All-America honors and eight school records. Before his tenure at Minnesota, Sategna served as an assistant coach in charge of throws at Wichita State from Prior to his stint with the Shockers, Sategna was a physical education teacher and track and field coach at Albuquerque N. Academy in and a volunteer assistant track and field coach at LSU in A native of Bloomfield, N. Rick Elliott Assistant Men's Coach.

In his position with the Razorbacks Elliott assists head coach Lance Harter with the training of the cross country, middle-distance and distance student-athletes. Nebraska would get another goal early in the second period, but that would be their last lead of the game, as the Ice Hogs rattled off three goals to finish the second period ahead Cameron McAtee would seal the deal with a power play goal in the final frame to give Arkansas the win.

Jozef Dusenka collected the win in goal, saving 18 of 21 shots and notching his second win of the young season. The Razorbacks would pick up Saturday right where they left off, getting two goals late in the first period from Cameron McAtee and Griffin Sugasawara. Zach Wilson added another goal just 53 seconds into the second period. But Arkansas added two more goals in the third period thanks to contributions from Grant Deacon and Chris Salmon. A final gave Alex Kalmes, who stopped 24 of 26 shots, his second win in net.

The two teams have met 23 times overall and Kansas holds a series advantage. Kansas and Arkansas have been bitter Pacific Region rivals as of late, with 15 of those contests coming in just the past 4 seasons. The Razorbacks swept Dallas Baptist University this past weekend by a score of on Friday and on Saturday. On Friday night, the Hogs opened up the season in front of a packed house at The Jones Center by getting out to an early lead thanks to an unassisted goal from Cameron McAtee just 23 seconds into the game. After conceding a goal early in the 2nd period, the Hogs would go back to work by putting up 3 more goals before the end of the second frame.

McAtee would collect his second of the night, and Chris Stovall and Tyler Valdron add their first of the evening. With remaining in the contest, freshman F-Brendan Bomay would score the first of his collegiate career, bringing the final score to Saturday night the Hogs came in looking for the sweep.

The first period was all Hogs as they put up five goals in a thirteen minute span. Zach Riley would add his second of the game in the second period, bringing the Hogs lead to DBU would get 2 goals of their own to start the 3rd period before Tyler Valdron would give the Hogs their seventh and final goal of the game.

The Hogs are all-time against Nebraska. The Ice Hogs are coming off a season and a trip to the Pacific Regionals in Arkansas boasts an all-time record of against Dallas Baptist, with a combined total score of over those four games, with the last meeting between the two opponents coming in the season. Joining them are 9 new faces for a total of 29 rostered players. One new Razorback who is really looking forward to this weekend is sophomore transfer Jordan Deskeere , who transferred from DBU this offseason.


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There will be a team-signed, game-worn jersey raffle on Friday night and the NWAHA squirt team will be playing a short game during the first intermission. Both games will be broadcast live and available on-demand here. Share this: Facebook Twitter Email. The Razorbacks increased their win streak to six games after besting Pacific Region rival Kansas twice this past weekend to remain undefeated. Kansas would tie the game early in the 2nd period, but Arkansas retook the lead on a goal by Chris Salmon.

Starting the 3rd period with a narrow lead, the Ice Hogs would put the game away thanks to goals by Chris Stovall and Evan Kerr. The final score of game one was Goaltender Jozef Dusenka earned his third win in as many starts, saving 22 of 25 shots. Saturday the Hogs looked to complete the sweep. The first period saw a defensive battle as Kansas held the lead after twenty minutes. But the flood gates opened in the 2nd period as the Hogs scored four goals in the first nine minutes of the period.

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Kansas came back to score two goals of their own, but Chris Stovall scored off a rebound and Shaun Foster recorded his first goal as a Razorback. Those offensive efforts gave the Hogs a lead headed to the final period. In the third period, Chris Salmon scored the seventh and final goal for the Razorbacks, finishing off a victory and the sweep. Alex Kalmes also collected his third win of the season, turning away 26 of 29 shots. This week the Razorbacks hit the road for the first time this season to take on Vanderbilt on Friday, Middle Tennessee State University on Saturday, and Vanderbilt once more on Sunday.

In fifteen games against Vanderbilt all-time, the Hogs own a series record and have outscored the Commodores AMD , builds on two NAE reports on The Engineer of that cited the importance of grounding engineering education in real world experience. This publication presents 29 programs that have successfully infused real world experiences into engineering or engineering technology undergraduate education. The Real World Engineering Education committee acknowledges the vision of AMD in supporting this project, which provides useful exemplars for institutions of higher education who seek model programs for infusing real world experiences in their programs.

The NAE selection committee was impressed by the number of institutions committed to grounding their programs in real world experience and by the quality, creativity, and diversity of approaches reflected in the submissions. A call for nominations sent to engineering and engineering technology deans, chairs, and faculty yielded 95 high-quality submissions. Two conditions were required of the nominations: 1 an accredited 4-year undergraduate engineering or engineering technology program was the lead institutions, and 2 the nominated program started operation no later than the fall semester.

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