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TCU News: Offense, Pitching Roll Over OU

It's a rare Sweep Sunday without a game for the Frogs, who took care of business in yesterday's doubleheader.

TCU Baseball:

TCU pitching returns to form in sweep of Oklahoma | The Star-Telegram

The offense was dominant through the first two games, but getting the pitching back on track is what has coach Jim Schlossnagle happy. And young Durbin Feltman got the ultimate compliment from one of his veteran teammates after making a four-out save Saturday afternoon.

"He’s fun to watch, isn’t he?" Howard said. "That fastball runs up there 98 every once in a while. He’s got a little bit of Riley Ferrell in him. We really trust him late in games. Never a doubt. We had no doubt he was going to get it done."

TCU sweeps Sooners | The Norman Transcript

After 27 innings at Lupton Stadium, Oklahoma is licking its wounds. The Sooners were swept, falling 12-2 and 2-0 in Saturday’s doubleheader against TCU, and dropped all three games in the series.

Change-up helping former TCU ace Brandon Finnegan succeed as starter | The Star-Telegram

Do you remember when Finny was 0-7 for the Frogs? It seems like a lifetime ago for the Reds new young star, who has already made his mark in the Big Leagues.

He has 16 strikeouts in 17 2/3 innings this season, including two in five innings Saturday against the Cardinals. He earned his first victory this season after holding St. Louis to four unearned runs on four hits and four walks.

TCU Men's Tennis:

No. 18 Texas edged out by No. 2 TCU | The Daily Texan

Coach Dave Roditi has something special brewing in Fort Worth with his program, as the Frogs just keep winning.

TCU led 1-0 heading into singles play. Texas came out strong and took the first set in five of the singles matches. The Horned Frogs fought back and took the wins at No. 1 and No. 5, giving them a 3-0 lead over the Longhorns.

TCU Basketball:

TCU Basketball: Horned Frogs season in review | Busting Brackets

The Frogs lose only one senior contributor, and have some talent coming in. Is there enough there for new coach Jamie Dixon to find a way to win in year one?

There is still some solid potential here in the right hands. Trent, Washburn, and Brodziansky are all good defenders and combine with the shooters Collins and Parrish to form a decent core. Add in the bruisers Miller and Shepherd and you have a team that might develop enough to win three or four games in a Big 12 that loses a ton of star power going into next year.

Marques Bolden Expected to Announce Today | Headlines and Global News

It was revealed this morning that Bolden is not quite ready to make his choice, but TCU remains in the mix despite the change in coaches.

With time running out for Bolden to decide, it seems like he will finally do so on Sunday, which happens to be his 18th birthday. Many people have thought that Bolden's decision would come down to Duke or Kentucky, but he says that his hometown school, TCU, is still in the mix. Despite TCU still having a chance, many expect him to choose one of the other two schools.

TCU Equestrian:

No. 1 Auburn tops No. 6 TCU for National Championship | The Plainsman

It was a surprising run for the Horned Frogs to the title match, and they competed valiantly, falling by a single point in a tightly contested match.

"It was a dramatic finish to a great season," said head coach Greg Williams. "I'm so proud of this team and the great coaching staff. This staff had everyone ready to play and it's been an awesome weekend. I give so much credit to TCU for having a fantastic championship. They proved they're here to compete and are going to be successful in the future.

TCU Women's Beach Volleyball:

No. 1 USC takes down TCU for perfect Cowtown weekend | USC Trojans

The beach volleyball program is off to a strong start, but ran into a juggernaut on their home court this weekend.

The top-ranked USC beach volleyball team (23-2) defeated tournament host TCU (16-6) in a 5-0 sweep to conclude the Cowtown Classic on the TCU Beach Volleyball Courts on Saturday, April 16. The Women of Troy logged their third straight sweep of an opponent (13th of the year) and ran their winning streak to 19 duals in a row.