Aaron Durley, a 6’10 native of Houston, Texas, was the first commit that Trent Johnson secured when he took the head coaching job at TCU.
The TCU Horned Frogs bounced back in a big way with a 12-6 victory over UT Arlington Tuesday night at Clay Gould Ballpark. Dylan Fitzgerald and Kevin Cron each homered for the Frogs.
Pebley’s family members from Texas packed her news conference Tuesday as TCU announced Pebley as its new women’s basketball coach. Her parents live in McKinney and she has extended family in Austin.
“Raegan is a perfect fit for the TCU and Fort Worth communities,” Athletics Director Chris Del Conte said. “With our postseason appearance this year and a new basketball facility for the 2015-16 season, Raegan was the ideal candidate to continue the momentum in our women’s basketball program. We’re very proud to now call Raegan, her husband Keith, son Joseph and daughter Harper our newest Horned Frogs.”
By the time June rolls around, two prized recruits in Fort Worth All Saints’ Foster Sawyer and Decatur’s Grayson Muehlstein arrive. Their inclusion into the quarterback mix will only make the position murkier, but the competition should give co-offensive coordinators Sonny Cumbie and Doug Meacham a clearer picture of which direction to go.