Matt Jones has been the online sports editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and NWA Media since 2010. He is also a feature writer for Hawgs Illustrated magazine and is currently working on his Master's degree at the University of Arkansas.
Favorite Sport: Basketball
Best Sports Memories: Watching Arkansas' basketball national championship in 1994; being at the Georgia Dome when the tornado hit during the 2008 SEC Tournament; countless hours spent at Baum Stadium in the spring.
Favorite Fayetteville Restaurants: Noodles, Penguin Ed's and Mojitos
Education: University of Arkansas
NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament:
Texas A&M holds off Arkansas rally in second round
Arkansas' Lyndsay Harris (33) reacts after Arkansas' 61-59 loss to Texas A&M in the second-round if the women's NCAA Tournament on Monday in College Station, Texas.
Texas A&M overcame a late Arkansas rally and the defending national champion Aggies beat the Razorbacks 61-59 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Monday.
Sydney Carter hit two free throws with 23.5 seconds remaining to give Texas A&M the lead for good after Arkansas used a 21-9 run to take a lead.
Lyndsay Harris hit a jumper as the shot clock expired with 1:21 remaining to give the Razorbacks (24-9) a 59-58 lead.
Quistelle Williams, who scored a team-high 14 points, missed a jumper in the closing seconds that would have given the Razorbacks the lead after Carter's free throws.
Texas A&M (24-11) led 36-22 with 16:36 remaining, but Arkansas outscored the Aggies by 12 points from then-on.
The game was a matchup between future conference rivals. Texas A&M will move to the Southeastern Conference next season.
The Aggies are coached by former Arkansas coach Gary Blair, who led the Razorbacks to the 1998 Final Four.