“Honestly, I think the sky’s the limit for us,” senior forward Amric Fields said, still confident despite Wednesday’s 77-57 loss at Baylor. “We’ve shown that we can play with anybody. We just have to get over the hump, especially in the second half.”
Times a coach can fire a warning shot and expect to get his team’s full attention are limited. Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger did it earlier this season when he publicly called OU’s Dec. 22 meeting with Weber State a “trap game.”
TCU will turn its full attention to the 2016 recruiting class with a solid foundation of commitments already in place.
Days after signing their 2015 recruiting class, coaches across the country have been working diligently on next year’s group, and keeping tabs on even younger players.
The TCU women's basketball team returns home to play host to Texas Tech in a rematch at 1 p.m., on Sunday at the University Recreation Center.
TCU has a veteran presence almost everywhere on its baseball team except catcher, but that position is going to get a crash course in experience on Saturday in the alumni game.
Texas Rangers manager Jeff Banister was the featured speaker at TCU baseball’s First Pitch Banquet on Friday night in downtown Fort Worth.
The Horned Frogs (4-0) dominated from start to finish in the match after claiming the doubles point against the Lobos (4-5) and taking a victory on five of the six singles courts.
Freshman Alexis Pereira clinched the No. 20 TCU women’s tennis team’s victory over the highest ranked opponent in program history, as the Horned Frogs downed No. 4 Duke, 4-3, on Friday afternoon in the opening round of the 2015 ITA National Indoor Team Championships in Charlottesville, Va.