Josh Watson led the way for the Frogs, who outscored their competition this weekend 27-2.
Josh Watson hit a three-run home run to highlight the Frogs’ five-run third inning. Evan Skoug preceded Watson’s homer with a run-scoring single.
Five arms got the job done for the Frogs on Sunday.
Rex Hill started and allowed a run on six hits in four innings of work. Janczak tossed two scoreless, while Preston Guillory, Durbin Feltman and Brian Trieglaff each turned in scoreless frames to close out the game.
Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Baylor. And this paragraph.
TCU's primary goal is to win the Big 12 but that's all in an effort to earn a playoff bid, right? To do that, the Horned Frogs need to get off on the right start in non-conference play. And the Arkansas Razorbacks present the biggest challenge Gary Patterson's team in that department and TCU will need the SEC win to boost its resume for the committee, even if Arkansas might be staring at a down season from 2015.
She'll likely become the leading scorer in TCU history, as she just needs three points to eclipse the current mark.
Senior All-America candidate Zahna Medley needs just two points to tie Sandora Irvin's career scoring record at TCU as the Frogs host Kansas to close out the regular season on Monday night on Senior Night in Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena.
The Frogs should be able to handle their business against a Jayhawks squad that hasn't won a Big 12 game all season.
The Frogs (15-13, 7-10 Big 12) will be the conference’s No. 7 seed, and Kansas (5-23, 0-17) will remain the 10th seed, even if it is able to get its first Big 12 win of the season at Schollmaier Arena.