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TCU News: Lady Frogs Destroy Tech, Football Offers a Sibling

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TCU women blitz Texas Tech behind historic output | The Star-Telegram

Th Frogs absolutely dominated the Red Raiders on their way to their first conference win of the young season.

Jordan Moore led the Frogs with 18 points and added seven rebounds. Amy Okonkwo was just behind with 17 points, all in the first half, and five rebounds.

The Horned Frogs also set school records for Big 12 competition with 27 assists and a 60.3 field-goal percentage (35-of-58).

TCU next hosts No. 8 Texas back at Schollmaier Arena at 8 p.m. Wednesday.


TCU offers OLB prospect Wyatt Harris | DieHards

Could there be a third Harris boy headed to campus?

Wyatt is the younger brother of Hunter and Wes Harris, who play offensive line for the Horned Frogs. Wes Harris was a 4-star recruit and one of the crown jewels of TCU’s 2017 recruiting class. Hunter Harris is a former 3-star recruit who transferred from Kansas to play at TCU.

Harris has started on a dominant Aledo team for three years at linebacker and safety. He was a huge part of the Bearcats’ 2016 undefeated state title run.

Around Campus:

TCU aims to draw students of color, change campus culture in new program (audio) | Texas Tribune

TCU continues to work to diversify the campus and improve the campus experience for all students, as well as prepare them for what comes next.

There’s a new major at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth dedicated to shining a light on issues around race and ethnicity. It’s part of broader efforts at the university to attract and retain more students of color and improve the campus culture.

TCU launched the new Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies program this past fall with two introductory classes aimed at equipping students with tools to analyze how race and ethnicity play out in politics, culture, and society — and giving them a grounding in literature from and about marginalized communities.