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Monday Links O' War: March 17, 2014

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We bid farewell to Fungo this morning, as he's officially stepping away from Frogs O' War.

Goodbye, sweet Fungo, it's been a heck of a run.

For those of you that don't know, Fungo is the guy that recruited me to Frogs O' War in the first place, pulling me away from a site I had started myself. We'll do our best to keep the baseball coverage up to par, and we have someone in mind to step into that role.

And with that, brief, but heartfelt farewell, here are your morning links:

Freshman from Southlake Carroll pitches TCU to sweep of Dartmouth | Fort Worth Star Telegram

On the seventh day, smiles reappeared at Lupton Stadium, though the work of TCU’s baseball team is hardly finished.

TCU Completes Sweep with 8-0 Win | GoFrogs.com

A pair of four-run innings helped TCU complete the sweep of Dartmouth with an 8-0 victory on Sunday. Jeremie Fagnan paced TCU with two hits, including his second home run of the season, and three RBIs.

TCU signee Chauncey Collins scores 58 points | Dallas Morning News

Chauncey Collins (#1 in highlights above) already had one 50 point game under his belt this season against the second-ranked 6A team in Oklahoma. As Collins prepared to play for the homeschool national championship, he knew the opponent would gear up their entire defense to stop him.

Roster issues arose early and often for undermanned TCU | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Preseason injuries to forward Devonta Abron and center Aaron Durley kept them sidelined the entire season, and transfers Chris Washburn and Trey Zeigler had to sit and watch because of NCAA transfer rules.

TCU's Ugen wins NCAA Indoor long jump | Fort Worth Star Telegram

Lorraine Ugen of TCU won the women’s long jump title by more than a foot Friday at the NCAA Indoor National Championships in Albuquerque.


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