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NCAA Championships
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Saturday 06/14
NCAA Championships
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Friday 06/13
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 06/13
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Thursday 06/12
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Thursday 06/12
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Wednesday 06/11
NCAA Championships
T&F - Women
Wednesday 06/11
NCAA Championships
T&F - Men
Sunday 06/01
Virginia
9
Baseball
2
Sunday 06/01
Bucknell
0
Baseball
10
Saturday 05/31
Virginia
3
Baseball
0
Saturday 05/31
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Men
Saturday 05/31
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Women
Friday 05/30
Liberty
2
Baseball
3
Friday 05/30
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Men
Friday 05/30
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Women
Thursday 05/29
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Women
Thursday 05/29
NCAA West Preliminary
T&F - Men
Monday 05/26
NCAA Championships - Final RD
Golf - Men
279
Saturday 05/24
LSU
11
Baseball
1
Saturday 05/24
NCAA Championships - RD 1
Golf - Men
292
Saturday 05/24
NCAA Championships - RD 2
Golf - Men
286
Friday 05/23
Ole Miss
7
Baseball
8
Thursday 05/22
LSU
7
Baseball
2
Wednesday 05/21
Ole Miss
1
Baseball
2
Tuesday 05/20
Texas A&M
0
Baseball
4
Sunday 05/18
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Sunday 05/18
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Saturday 05/17
Missouri
5
Baseball
7
Saturday 05/17
NCAA Missouri Regional - Final RD
Golf - Men
277
Saturday 05/17
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Saturday 05/17
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Friday 05/16
Missouri
0
Baseball
4
Friday 05/16
NCAA Missouri Regional - RD 2
Golf - Men
270
Friday 05/16
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Friday 05/16
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Thursday 05/15
Missouri
4
Baseball
9
Thursday 05/15
NCAA Missouri Regional - RD 1
Golf - Men
289
Thursday 05/15
SEC Championships
T&F - Women
Thursday 05/15
SEC Championships
T&F - Men
Sunday 05/11
Texas A&M
6
Baseball
5
Saturday 05/10
Texas A&M
3
Baseball
7
Saturday 05/10
Third Round
Golf - Women
905
Friday 05/09
Texas A&M
2
Baseball
3
Friday 05/09
Second Round
Golf - Women
604
Thursday 05/08
First Round
Golf - Women
309
Sunday 05/04
Ole Miss
1
Baseball
11
Sunday 05/04
Florida
5
Softball
1
Sunday 05/04
Payton Jordan Invitational
T&F - Women
Sunday 05/04
Payton Jordan Invitational
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Saturday 05/03
Florida
11
Softball
0
Saturday 05/03
Ole Miss
7
Baseball
4
Friday 05/02
Ole Miss
3
Baseball
2
Friday 05/02
Florida
8
Softball
3
Friday 05/02
Arkansas Twilight
T&F - Women
Friday 05/02
Arkansas Twilight
T&F - Men
Wednesday 04/30
Oklahoma
10
Softball
2
Tuesday 04/29
Missouri State
1
Baseball
4
Sunday 04/27
Mississippi State
8
Softball
0
Sunday 04/27
SEC Championship - Final RD
Golf - Men
275
Sunday 04/27
Drake Relays
T&F - Men
Sunday 04/27
Drake Relays
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/26
Auburn (DH Game 2)
7
Baseball
2
Saturday 04/26
Auburn (DH Game 1)
3
Baseball
4
Saturday 04/26
Red-White Game
Football
Saturday 04/26
Mississippi State
18
Softball
7
Saturday 04/26
SEC Championship - RD 2
Golf - Men
287
Saturday 04/26
Drake Relays
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/26
Drake Relays
T&F - Men
Friday 04/25
Auburn
2
Baseball
1
Friday 04/25
Mississippi State
4
Softball
6
Friday 04/25
SEC Championship - RD 1
Golf - Men
280
Friday 04/25
Drake Relays
T&F - Men
Thursday 04/24
Penn Relays
T&F - Women
Wednesday 04/23
Northwestern State
3
Baseball
15
Tuesday 04/22
Northwestern State
1
Baseball
8
Sunday 04/20
Kentucky
0
Softball
8
Sunday 04/20
Vanderbilt
1
Baseball
3
Sunday 04/20
Third Round
Golf - Women
892
Saturday 04/19
Vanderbilt
2
Baseball
1
Saturday 04/19
Kentucky
7
Softball
5
Saturday 04/19
Second Round
Golf - Women
591
Saturday 04/19
War Eagle Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/19
Mt. Sac Relays
T&F - Men
Friday 04/18
Vanderbilt
2
Baseball
6
Friday 04/18
Kentucky
4
Softball
3
Friday 04/18
First Round
Golf - Women
6
Friday 04/18
Mt. Sac Relays
T&F - Women
Friday 04/18
NCAA Championship
Gymnastics
Wednesday 04/16
Missouri (SEC Tournament - Day 1)
4
Tennis - Women
0
Wednesday 04/16
LSU
4
Tennis - Men
1
Tuesday 04/15
Stephen F. Austin
2
Baseball
7
Sunday 04/13
South Carolina
6
Softball
4
Sunday 04/13
LSU
4
Baseball
10
Saturday 04/12
LSU
1
Tennis - Men
4
Saturday 04/12
South Carolina
7
Softball
5
Saturday 04/12
LSU
5
Baseball
4
Saturday 04/12
LSU
4
Tennis - Women
1
Saturday 04/12
John McDonnell Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/12
John McDonnell Invitational
T&F - Men
Friday 04/11
LSU
5
Baseball
3
Friday 04/11
South Carolina
10
Softball
11
Wednesday 04/09
UNLV
2
Baseball
9
Wednesday 04/09
Tulsa
4
Softball
1
Tuesday 04/08
UNLV
10
Baseball
7
Sunday 04/06
University of Tennessee
4
Tennis - Men
0
Sunday 04/06
Tennessee
4
Tennis - Women
0
Sunday 04/06
Aggie Invitational - Final RD
Golf - Men
301
Sunday 04/06
Final Round
Golf - Women
Saturday 04/05
South Carolina
0
Baseball
7
Saturday 04/05
Alabama (DH - Game 2)
4
Softball
3
Saturday 04/05
NCAA Regional Championship
Gymnastics
Saturday 04/05
Alabama (DH - Game 1)
12
Softball
1
Saturday 04/05
Aggie Invitational - 36 Holes
Golf - Men
606
Saturday 04/05
Second/Third Round Matches
0
Golf - Women
2
Saturday 04/05
Arkansas Spring Invitational
T&F - Women
Saturday 04/05
Arkansas Spring Invitational
T&F - Men
Friday 04/04
Alabama
8
Softball
0
Friday 04/04
South Carolina (DH Game 2)
1
Baseball
4
Friday 04/04
University of Georgia
4
Tennis - Men
0
Friday 04/04
South Carolina (DH Game 1)
2
Baseball
1
Friday 04/04
Georgia
4
Tennis - Women
0
Friday 04/04
Louisiana Tech
0
Tennis - Women
4
Friday 04/04
First Round
Golf - Women
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Rob Evans
Position: Assistant Coach
Hometown: Hobbs, N.M.
Alma Mater: New Mexico St.
Graduating Year: 1968
Phone: (479) 575-4555
Assistant Coach Rob Evans
Courtesy: Phil Pierce, Athletic Media Relations

Rob Evans, a former Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year, is in his fourth season at Arkansas after joining head coach John Pelphrey's staff on April 19, 2007.

Evans was the head coach at Ole Miss from 1993-98 and at Arizona State from 1999-2006. He rebuilt both programs, leading Ole Miss to consecutive SEC Western Division titles and NCAA Tournament bids, and guiding Arizona State to four post-season tournament appearances, including three of his last five years in Tempe.

The Hobbs, N.M., native was a collegiate assistant for 24 years before taking over the Ole Miss program. He was an assistant to Eddie Sutton at Oklahoma State in 1991 and 1992 after spending 15 years as an assistant at Texas Tech (1976-90) and seven under Lou Henson at New Mexico State (1969-75), his alma mater.

In his first year at Arkansas, he helped the Razorbacks finish 23-12. The Hogs reached the finals of the SEC Tournament and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The 23 wins were the most since 1999 and the NCAA Tournament victory the first in nine years.

Evans has 41 years of collegiate coaching experience, including 14 years as a head coach. Six of his 14 teams as head coach earned post-season tournament bids with 17 of his teams overall advancing to post-season play.

He helped the Aggies earn four NCAA Tournament bids in seven years with a trip to the Final Four in 1970. While an assistant at NMSU, he also coached the freshman teams to a combined record of 90-15. Eight of his teams at Texas Tech won 17 or more games with three Southwest Conference Tournament titles and three NCAA Tournament bids. In his two seasons at OSU, the Cowboys reached the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 each year.

At Ole Miss, he took over a program with just one winning season in the previous nine seasons and only one NCAA Tournament bid in its history. After a 10-18 mark his first year, the Rebels were 14-13 in 1994 for their first winning season in seven years. Three years later Ole Miss went 20-9 in 1997 and 22-7 in 1998, winning Western Division titles each year and earning back-to-back NCAA Tournament bids for the first time. The consecutive 20-win seasons were the first for Ole Miss since 1937 and '38.

Evans was named SEC Coach of the Year and CollegeInsider.com National Coach of the Year in 1997. In 1998, the Rebels beat Kentucky in Lexington for the first time since 1927.

At Arizona State, his first club went 14-16 in 1999, but the 19-13 finish in 2000, which included reaching the second round of the NIT, was just the fourth 19-win season for the Sun Devils in 19 years. Over the next two seasons, the Sun Devils fought through injuries to key players but still managed to beat four NCAA Tournament teams and won at UCLA for the first time in 15 years and earned a spot in the NIT.

In 2003, the Sun Devils went 20-12 for their first 20-win season since 1995 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament with an upset win over Memphis. ASU earned third postseason bid in four years in 2005.

His last club at Arizona State led the Pac-10 in three-point shooting (.378), allowed only 69.9 points a game for ASU's best defensive scoring average since 1991 (69.1) and lost four games by four points or less with another loss in overtime.

As a player, he was the first All-American at Lubbock (Texas) Christian College after averaging 19.8 points in 1966. Named team captain, he was also all-conference and all-region.

At New Mexico State, he captained the 1967 Aggies to a 15-11 record and the 1968 squad to a 23-6 mark. NMSU made the NCAA Tournament both years. The 1967 team lost to Elvin Hayes and Houston while the 1968 squad beat Dick Motta and Weber State before losing to eventual national champion UCLA and Lew Alcindor.

A former baseball star as well, he was drafted out of high school by the Colt 45s, which eventually became the Houston Astros. Following college, he signed as a free agent with the Dallas Chaparrals of the American Basketball Association and with the Oakland Raiders as a receiver.

Evans, who was selected NMSU's most outstanding athlete in 1967 and has been named to the school's all-time basketball team, was inducted into the Aggie Athletic Hall of Fame in 1993. In 1991, he was elected by his peers to be president of the National Association of Assistant Basketball Coaches, was inducted into the Lubbock Christian Hall of Fame in 1990, the Las Cruces, N.M., Hall of Fame in 1989, presented the Texas Tech Outstanding Achievement Award for 1986-87, selected as NMSU's School of Education Alumnus of the Year in 1994 and inducted into the Lea County, N.M. Hall of Fame in 2010.

 


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