TCU at No. 2 isn’t a surprise because of the Horned Frogs’ returning offensive weapons keyed by Boykin.
The Horned Frogs plan to salute Preston Morrison, Keaton Jones, Derek Odell, Trey Teakell, Travis Evans, Cody Jones, Jeremie Fagnan and Garrett Crain for helping contribute to 179 wins, three conference championships, two Super Regional berths and an appearance in the College World Series over the last five years.
The TCU baseball will close out the home portion of its regular season schedule Tuesday night when they host Abilene Christian. A special presentation honoring the eight seniors will start at 5:50 p.m.
While junior starting pitcher Mitchell Traver enjoys a dominating season in his first full year back, more than just baseball has fueled his memorable journey.
TCU announced the signing of 6-foot-10 Slovakian forward Vladimir Brodziansky on Monday, the fourth three-star prospect to join the men’s basketball team since the end of last season.
"Vladimir is a versatile player with the ability to score down low or step out and shoot the three," said Johnson. "He was one of the top players in the Jayhawk Conference and one of the best players in the junior college ranks last season. We are very fortunate to be able to add a player of his caliber to our team."