Hurricane Florence is bearing down on the east coast this weekend, forcing cancellations and reschedulings all across collegiate athletics. TCU Volleyball was impacted by the impending storm as well, as their planned trip to South Carolina to face Coastal Carolina and College of Charleston was cancelled ahead of the weekend.
But, the silver lining for Frog fans is that they will have a chance to watch the 7-3 Horned Frogs host North Dakota State for the first time in program history Friday night at 7:00pm.
Volleyball hopes that fans will pack the Rickel Friday night, and is offering some cool incentives to those that make it out - including game day shirts and camping gear - which is perfect for securing the best viewing spot for College Game Day Saturday morning.
In addition to stocking up on free stuff, TCU fans can also get an up close view of Jill Kramer’s program, which is off to a strong start this season. The Frogs are led by senior Anna Walsh, who picked right back up where she left off a season ago with over three kills per set. Freshman élan McCall has been a revelation, leading the team in points and kills on her way to three consecutive rookie of the week honors awarded by the Big 12 Conference.
TCU Volleyball is undefeated at home so far this year, a sterling 7-0. The match against North Dakota State is their final tuneup before conference play begins on Wednesday, September 19th against Oklahoma, in Fort Worth.
Tickets to the match against North Dakota State are on sale now with adult tickets priced at $10, youth tickets priced at $5 and $3 tickets for groups of 20 or more. Fans can purchase the tickets by visiting GoFrogs.com, stopping by the Parrish Family Athletics Ticket Office located in Schollmaier Arena or by calling the ticket office at 817-257-FROG (3764).