Arkansas (10-3, 7-1 SEC) fell on Sunday afternoon to Saint Louis (5-0) by a score of 3-1. Arkansas outshot the Billikens by a 15-6 margin and put six of those on frame.
• Saint Louis got on the board after Sophia Stram headed in a corner taken by Hannah Friedrich in the 19th-minute.
• Hannah Larson made it 2-0 SLU just three minutes after half off another cross into the box by the Billikens.
• Parker Goins got the Hogs on the board in the 56th-minute. Ava Tankersley played Goins into space and the senior beat the Saint Louis ‘keeper near post for her sixth goal of the year.
• Emily Groark netted another insurance goal for the Billikens off a strike from the center of the box with just under two minutes to play in the match.
From Colby Hale:
“First, congrats to Saint Louis. It is not easy to come here and win. I thought we got beat in a lot of the areas we normally pride ourselves in. We have a few weeks to get back to some of that and grow!”
The Razorbacks have a break before an in-state matchup at Arkansas State on Sat., March 20. First kick in Jonesboro is set for 1 p.m.
Information from Arkansas Communications is included in this story.