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TCU News: Tennis season ends at hands of the Horns

What a(nother) great run for Roditi and co.

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5 key issues for TCU heading into fall camp: Horned Frogs need someone to stand out in crowded QB room | Sports Day

Rogers and Baldwin will hopefully be competing in camp to win the job.

Will Justin Rogers be fully recovered?

The dual-threat passer who came to TCU as one the most coveted recruits in program history is worthy of his own section here when considering just how much anticipation has been present in Fort Worth since his arrival -- anticipation that has been prolonged thanks to a nasty knee injury Rogers sustained as a high school senior. Rogers has seen rapid progress in his mobility within the last year and exited spring football roughly “95%” of the way to full strength according to head coach Gary Patterson. If Rogers reaches 100% come August, he could be the instant favorite to win the currently-complicated race for the starting job mentioned above.

Two potential official visits for Virginia four-star commit | 247 Sports

TCU Football continues to mine Virginia for talent.

While Clark remains committed to Virginia, he expects to soon take a couple of official visits elsewhere. As mentioned above, Ole Miss and TCU have already offered the 6-foot-1, 170-pound Clark. They are two schools he said are pushing for him and he plans to visit them soon.

”The big thing is they just want to get me on campus so I can see what they’ve got,” Clark said regarding Ole Miss, which he plans to officially visit May 31 weekend. “(Cornerbacks) coach (Charles) Clark, he’s a heck of a dude. We click.”

Clark has not yet scheduled a specific official visit date with TCU, but the Horned Frogs could get one in the near future. Safeties coach Paul Gonzales recruits Clark for TCU.

”He’s really good. He’s very intelligent. He speaks on a high level,” Clark said. “It feels like (TCU’s defense) is really easy to catch on to, so I feel like I could get there and catch on and be great.”


Longhorns men’s tennis team moves on to Final Four |

It was a great run for the Horned Frogs, but Texas knocks them out of the Elite Eight.

Harrison Scott defeated Bertus Kruger 7-6 (4), 6-3 to clinch the match for Texas.

The Longhorns took the doubles point and surrendered just one singles match on the way to the win.

Leonardo Telles and Colin Markes clinched the doubles point with a 6-3 win after Christian Sigsgaard and Scott won 6-2.

Rodrigo Banzer made it 2-0 with a 6-4, 6-2 win over Sander Jong.

After TCU made it 2-1, Yuya Ito took a 7-5, 6-1 win over Alastair Gray to set the Longhorns up to take the victory.