The Arkansas Razorbacks women’s basketball team is primed and ready for the 2021-22 season, which begins November 9 with a matchup against Tarleton State.

Head Coach Mark Neighbors’ fifth season with the squad will have the Razorbacks playing 13 non-conference games and 16 SEC games for a total of 29, up 5 from last year. The conference season opener will be on the road for the second season in a row, when the women’s basketball team takes on the Rebels at Ole Miss. Following the season opener, the Razorbacks will make their 2022 debut in Bud Walton Arena.

Basketball at Bud Walton Arena is always an electric atmosphere and makes a great excuse for a trek to Fayetteville, whether it’s a day trip for the game (and a bite to eat, of course!), or you’re staying a few days to take in some more of what our city has to offer!

Below is the 2021-22 schedule for the women’s basketball team, which could be subject to change, so please make sure to check for updates on arkansasrazorbacks.com.

Tuesday, Nov. 9 – Tarleton State

Friday, Nov. 12 – UAPB

Sunday, Nov. 14 – at UConn (Storrs or Hartford)

Friday, Nov. 19 – at Arkansas State (Jonesboro)

Monday, Nov. 22 – SMU

Saturday, Nov. 27 – Sam Houston State

Sunday, Nov. 28 – Belmont

Thursday, Dec. 2 – at UCF (Orlando)

Sunday, Dec. 5 – Cal

Thursday, Dec. 9 – Jackson State

Sunday, Dec. 12 – Little Rock

Saturday, Dec. 18 – vs. Central Arkansas (North Little Rock)

Tuesday, Dec. 21 – Creighton

Thursday, Dec. 30 – at Ole Miss

Sunday, Jan. 2 – Tennessee

Thursday, Jan. 6 – at Vanderbilt

Sunday, Jan. 9 – Missouri

Sunday, Jan. 16 – South Carolina

Thursday, Jan. 20 – at Alabama

Sunday, Jan. 23 – Mississippi State

Thursday, Jan. 27 – LSU

Monday, Jan. 31 – at Tennessee

Thursday, Feb. 3 – at Texas A&M

Thursday, Feb. 10 – Auburn

Sunday, Feb. 13 – at Missouri

Thursday, Feb. 17 – at Florida

Sunday, Feb. 20 – Kentucky

Thursday, Feb. 24 – Georgia

Sunday, Feb. 27 – at Mississippi State

For more information about Arkansas Razorbacks Women’s Basketball, follow them on Twitter, Instagram, and/or Facebook.

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