The Frogs are on a winning streak now, just a week after their longest losing skid in a long time. Nick Lodolo was stellar for the Frogs.
On the mound, sophomore lefty Nick Lodolo (5-2) was impressive, striking out five batters and allowing just two hits and four total baserunners in six innings of work. After giving up a one-out single in the bottom of the first, Lodolo went on to retire 17 of the next 19 batters he faced.
TCU scored two runs in the first inning an never relinquished the lead.
Connor Wanhanen led off the game with a walk and moved to third on a throwing error with one out. He scored on a Luken Baker groundout to give the Frogs a lead. Back-to-back two-out hits from Josh Watson and Michael Landestoy had the Frogs back in business. With the bases loaded a passed ball gave the Frogs a 2-0 lead.
No. 9 TCU defeated No. 14 Oklahoma on Friday, in front of 1,500 TCU fans.
The match, which was delayed by lightning in the area and eventually finished indoors, had over 1,500 fans in attendance. The Frogs (15-3, 2-0 Big 12) jumped out to early leads in doubles action to start the match over the Sooners (17-3, 2-1 Big 12) with the No. 6 pair of Guillermo Nuñez and Alex Rybakov scoring the first win of the day with a 6-4 victory on court one for the pair’s ninth straight win. The No. 63 pair of Bertus Kruger and Reese Stalder served out the match on court three and were victorious on deuce point to clinch the doubles point with a 6-4 win.