On Tuesday night, TCU went a little farther — 194 miles southeast — to secure a 14-4 victory over Stephen F. Austin at Jaycees Field and conclude a nearly flawless month.
No. 13 TCU put up a five spot in the first inning and never looked back as the Horned Frogs cruised to a 14-4 victory over Stephen F. Austin Tuesday night. Eight Frogs drove in a run to help extend TCU's winning streak to nine.
"He's better, for sure," TCU head coach Jim Schlossnagle said shortly after watching Finnegan long-toss from about 120 feet at about 75 percent on Monday. "He's passed every possible test there is in terms of his shoulder. There's no structural damage in any way. If anything, it's a little bursitis, so he's just on normal anti-inflammatories."
Former TCU cornerback Jason Verrett likely will be a first-round pick next week. He has narrowed his high-low estimate to a 12-pick range.
TCU women’s tennis coach Dave Borelli has retired after 12 seasons at the school. Borelli coached the women from 2002-06 before spending four years coaching the TCU men’s team. He coached the women the last four years. In 2005-06, Borelli led the women to an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance and No. 15 ranking.
Bryan Holaday decided on his own to bunt with two outs in the ninth inning and Austin Jackson on third base.