The 13th-ranked TCU baseball team won a wild seven-inning affair against Kansas State, 21-7, sweeping the series. The victory moves the Horned Frogs into a tie for first atop the Big 12 standings and extends the winning streak to 12.
The pitching staff, which has been on fire for over a month, finally caught a breather Sunday at Lupton Stadium. TCU exploded for a season-high 18 hits to sweep Kansas State with a 21-7 run-rule win in seven innings.
"He's having the kind of senior year defensively that we needed him to have," TCU head baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle said. "He didn't play well defensively the first half of the season last year, and this year he has played outstanding."
TCU junior shortstop Keaton Jones doesn't know what it's like to be out of the line-up. He's started 164 of a possible 165 games in his career, and he's slowly becoming TCU's Iron Frog.
For the second week in a row, TCU's Tricia Terry won the women's 1,500 meters. Last week she won the prestigious Drake Relays (16:17.57) and Saturday she won in Austin with the time of 4:24.74.