Stanley Redwine (2003)
Before becoming a coach at Arkansas, Redwine placed his name in the Razorback history books as a 400m, 600y and 800m runner from 1980-83.
Redwine was a four-time All-American and was named UA’s Outstanding Track Athlete all four of his years in Fayetteville. During his freshman season, he captured the Southwest Conference Championship in the indoor 600-yard run (1:10.52) and was a member of the outdoor conference champion 1,600m relay team. The next year, Redwine once again became the 600-yard run champion, improving his time to 1:09.97. As a senior, he was a three-time conference champion in the 800m run (1:50.15), 880-yard run (1:50.96) and the mile relay (3:14.69).
Redwine still ranks among the Razorbacks’ top 10 in six events, which includes anchoring the school’s record-setting sprint medley relay team (3:15.10) at the Penn Relays in 1983, which now ranks as the second-best time in history.
Redwine owns the fourth-best time in school history in 800m at 1:46.13. In addition, he also ranks fourth in the outdoor 400m dash and was a participant in several top-10 relay performances for the Razorbacks.
He still holds fourth, seventh and eighth-best times in the outdoor 1600m relay record book and the second, sixth and ninth best times in the outdoor DMR.
For his achievements, Redwine was inducted into the University of Arkansas Hall of Honor.