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Links O' War: May 24th, 2013

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Baseball pulled a miracle last night, pulling ahead in the ninth to beat Oklahoma State... They play again today at 4pm vs. Kansas.

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Here are your morning links!

TCU Rallies In Ninth; Tops OSU 8-4 - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
Down to its final two outs, TCU rallied with six runs in the top of the ninth to defeat Oklahoma State, 8-4, Thursday night at the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championships.

Ugen Advances to Eugene in Long Jump - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
Lorraine Ugen punched TCU's track and field teams' first ticket to Eugene, Ore., and Charles Silmon once again posted a dazzling time at day one of the NCAA West Preliminaries at Mike A. Myers Stadium.

Tan Earns All-America Honors, Sweet 16 Spot - TCU Horned Frogs Official Athletic Site
TCU women's tennis sophomore Stefanie Tan became the fifth ITA Singles All-American in school history with her 6-2, 6-2 win over Tulsa's No. 18 Samantha Vickers Thursday.

TCU baseball finds six runs in the top of the ninth to win 8-4 | TCU 360
It could be called a reverse Cinderella story. Entering the top of the ninth inning and the end of a long evening, it seemed like the Frogs just couldn’t catch any breaks.

TCU stuns OSU with six-run ninth and 8-4 win | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - Sports News on...
TCU’s season was hanging by a thread. The Horned Frogs, down two runs with only three outs remaining late Thursday night, exploded for six runs in the ninth inning to stun Oklahoma State 8-4 at the Big 12 tournament at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

TCU, Big 12 lend a hand in Oklahoma tornado relief effort | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports News - S...
About the only silver lining in the aftermath of a tragedy like the death and destruction left by a tornado in Moore, Okla., is the outpouring of goodwill from strangers.

TCU’s Tan advances to Sweet 16 of NCAA tennis championships | Dallas-Fort Worth Sports...
Stefanie Tan of TCU beat a top 20 opponent for the second day in a row, defeating Samantha Vickers of Tulsa 6-2, 6-2 at the NCAA Women’s Tennis Singles Championships in Urbana, Ill.