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University of Central Arkansas coach Russ Pennell has added the final piece to his first recruiting class with the addition of forward/center Albert Christensson. Christensson, a 6-foot-9, 220-pounder from Lund, Sweden, played last season at South
University of Central Arkansas right-hander Chris Caudle gave up only a third inning single as he 1-hit Southeastern Louisiana in a 3-0 UCA win in college baseball. Caudle allowed on the single to Kennon Menard during Saturday's game in Conway as he
LeQuentin Miles scored 30 points and pulled down 14 rebounds as Central Arkansas defeated Lamar 76-69 Saturday night. Central Arkansas (8-19, 5-11 Southland Conference), which trailed 61-60 with 3:56 left in the game, went on a 10-3 run to take a 70-
They are the magicians of the animal kingdom they can disappear, make themselves look bigger, or slip away, thanks to classic distraction techniques, and can even make you think black is white and white is black. Some of the techniques deployed by
Central Arkansas quarterback Wynrick Smothers will miss the rest of the season with a broken ankle. The fifth-year senior was hurt in Saturday's UCA home victory over Nebraska-Kearney, 31-0. The Log Cabin Democrat reports (http://is.gd/jGenoh ) that
Looking for a fun and educational trip for children over the summer vacation? Take them to Shanghai's Changfeng Ocean World where they can not only visit an exhibition of rare shrimp and crabs, but come face-to-face with beluga whales and other
The Record Levels of mercury and PCBs in the Hackensack River's sediment are still so high that crabs and bluefish exhibit extremely odd behavior, making it hard for them to catch prey, researchers have found. Adult blue claw crabs that live in the
Ark. (AP) For years, the University of Central Arkansas has put off giving professors pay raises while the struggling university tried to climb out of fiscal distress, officials said. Now, just as UCA is on the cusp of recovery, faculty members are
Spanning nearly 4,000 acres between Naples and Marco Island, the master-planned residential community of Fiddler's Creek was designed with an emphasis on environmental preservation. The community is zoned for approximately 6,000 residences, or just 1.
Apparently crabs also deceive. In fact, they fake their strength to avoid a fight, a study has revealed. A team at the University of Queensland says its study has identified more than just some crabby behaviour.