FCSR #1346 | March 25, 2014 | Exclusive Report for TCU Frog Club Members

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Three big innings for Texas Tech sunk TCU as the Red Raiders took the series with a 12-2 win on Sunday afternoon.

The Horned Frogs jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first inning. Dylan Fitzgerald singled to right with one out and moved to second on a wild pitch. With two outs, Boomer White lined a single to right. Fitzgerald avoided the tag at home to slide in safely for a 1-0 lead.

Tyler Alexander sailed through the first four innings. He didn't allow a hit and struck out a career six before giving up a lead-off single in the fifth.

Alexander (3-2) takes the loss after giving up six runs on seven hits in 5 1/3 innings. He walked one and struck-out a career high seven.

With the loss, TCU falls to 13-10 overall and 1-2 in Big 12 play.
TCU Falls to Texas Tech in Series Finale
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Texas Tech drubs TCU again, takes series (FWST)

No. 25 Texas Tech evened the series with a 10-2 victory over No. 24 TCU Saturday at Lupton Stadium. The Horned Frogs were led at the plate by a three-hit afternoon from Kevin Cron.

Preston Morrison (2-3) lasted just two innings, giving up four runs on six hits and two walks. Trey Teakell was touched for three runs on three hits in three relief innings. Ryan Burnett gave up an unearned run in 2 1/3 innings and Brian Howard surrendered two runs on three hits in 1 2/3 innings.

Texas Tech Hands TCU 10-2 Loss
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Texas Tech pummels TCU with 10 runs (FWST)

A dominating effort in all three phases of the game helped the TCU earn a 9-0 victory over No. 25 Texas Tech in the Horned Frogs' Big 12 opener. Brandon Finnegan threw seven scoreless innings and Keaton Jones provided three hits to lead the offense.

Finnegan (4-2) was strong on the mound en route to the victory. He allowed just three hits, walked two and struck out 10.

Kevin Cron had two hits and two RBIs.
TCU Dominates in Big 12 Opener
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Finnegan, TCU thwart Texas Tech 9-0 (FWST)

The TCU baseball team will wrap up a five-game homestand this week when they host UT Pan American for a midweek series beginning Tuesday.
TCU Welcomes UTPA For Midweek Series
TCU tries to shake shades of cursed 2013 against UTPA (FWST)

Football

The TCU football program honored its 2013 senior class at Friday night's team banquet in the Brown-Lupton University Union. The seniors had a 35-16 record while taking part in two conference championships and winning the 2011 Rose Bowl. The class was 3-1 against top-five ranked opponents, 2-1 in bowl games and 17-7 at Amon G. Carter Stadium.

In voting by his teammates, cornerback Jason Verrett was selected as TCU's Dan Rogers Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive season. Trevone Boykin was selected as TCU's Offensive Most Valuable Player. He had team-high totals of seven rushing touchdowns, seven passing touchdowns and 14 total scores. He placed second on TCU in rushing yards (313) and passing yards (1,198) as well as fifth in receptions (26).

Placekicker Jaden Oberkrom was named the Special Teams Most Valuable Player for the second straight season. Casey Pachall was the winner of the Davey O'Brien Fightin'est Frog Award and the Grassy Hinton Most Conscientious Award.
TCU Football Announces 2013 Team Award Winners

Jordan Moore could boost TCU WR corps (ESPN)
TCU weighing options in depth-challenged receiving corps (FWST)
TCU notes: Gary Patterson updates spring practice storyline (DMN)
Carter's absence means opportunity at TCU (ESPN)

Track & Field

Following Friday's final day of the TCU Invitational, Frog track and field coach Darryl Anderson was pleased with how his team performed in its first outdoor meet of the season.

"We had a good day. We had a lot of good performances," he said. "We came out of the gate and got regional marks out of the way. All in all it was a positive."

Megan Smith, who won the women's discus in record-setting fashion Thursday with a throw of 181 feet, won the shot put Friday with a mark of 52-08.75 inches.

In addition to Smith's top performance, Jordan Moore won the 110 hurdles with the time of 13.72 seconds, while Lavon Collins won the 400-meter hurdles with the time of 53.56.

TCU's Ramone Bailey won the men's long jump at 24-06.50 and Tricia Terry won the 1,500 meters at 4:37.62, while Iphona-Clemence Paiement, Sabrina Moore, Veronica Jones and Lorraine Ugen won the 4 x 100 meters at 44.92, and Briyanni Thomas won the 400 meters at 54.74.
Frogs Cap Invite with Solid Marks
TCU Track and Field Home Meet

Women's Golf

Sanna Nuutinen tied for eighth individually as TCU finished 13th after Saturday's final day of the LSU Tiger Golf Classic. Nuutinen was TCU's top finisher for the fifth time in eight tournaments. The senior from Helsinki, Finland, recorded her second top-10 result of the season and 10th of her career.
Maria Maymon posted a season-low 72 in the final round.
Nuutinen Posts Top-10 Finish at LSU

The No. 49 TCU women's tennis team dropped its first Big 12 match of the season, as the team fell to No. 30 Oklahoma State, 5-2, in Stillwater on Friday night. The Horned Frogs (8-8, 1-1 Big 12) were able to notch two singles wins in the match, but the Cowgirls (7-5, 1-0 Big 12) proved to be too much after winning the doubles point and three straight singles matches to claim the victory.
TCU Falls at No. 30 Oklahoma State

Equestrian


Alexi Child and Shelby St. Hilaire earned NCEA All-America Honorable Mention accolades Tuesday in Reining. With two student-athletes honored Tuesday, the Horned Frogs have now had 12 student-athletes all-time earn All-America recognition by the NCEA.
Duo Named NCEA All-America Honorees Tuesday

The TCU equestrian program had six student-athletes named to the 2014 Academic All-Big 12 Equestrian Team Tuesday afternoon. Earning first-team accolades were junior's Alexi Child and Katelyn Gray, while sophomore duo Taylor Alexander and Erin Gillette rounded out the Horned Frogs' first-team recognition. For a second-straight year, Child was one of only three student-athletes in the conference to post a 4.00 grade point average. Picking up second-team accolades were Caitlin Ader (Sr.) and Kaitlin Perry (Jr.).
Six Student-Athletes Honored by Big 12

Women's Tennis

The No. 49 TCU women's tennis team could not overpower No. 17 Oklahoma and fell 5-2 on Sunday at the Headington Family Tennis Center in Norman, Okla. The Horned Frogs (8-9, 1-2 Big 12) battled with the Sooners (11-3, 1-1) in cold temperatures on Sunday afternoon and were able to steal a win over a ranked opponent in doubles, but the top 20 ranked Sooners proved to be too much in the end. No. 53 Stefanie Tan recored a singles win for TCU with a three-set win over Hermon Brbane on court one.

The Frogs will continue action on the road, as the team travels to Iowa State for a match on March 28 at 3 p.m., before heading to West Virginia for a 9 a.m., match on March 30.
Horned Frogs Stumble in Norman

The No. 49 TCU women's tennis team dropped its first Big 12 match of the season, as the team fell to No. 30 Oklahoma State, 5-2, in Stillwater on Friday night.

The Horned Frogs (8-8, 1-1 Big 12) were able to notch two singles wins in the match, but the Cowgirls (7-5, 1-0 Big 12) proved to be too much after winning the doubles point and three straight singles matches to claim the victory.

Simona Parajova dropped her first match since Nov. 8, 2013 when the reigning Big 12 Player of the Week fell in a three-set battle with Megan McCray, 7-6 (3), 2-6, 10-7.
TCU Falls at No. 30 Oklahoma State

Men's Tennis

Despite big upset wins over ranked opponents in singles and doubles, the No. 47 TCU men's tennis team fell to No. 12 Texas A&M, 5-2, on Saturday afternoon at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center.

No. 53 Nick Chappell earned a three-set victory over the Aggies' (15-5) No. 13 Harrison Adams at No. 1 singles, while Arnau Dachs and Trey Daniel knocked off No. 38 Jeremy Efferding and Jordan Szabo at No. 2 doubles for the Horned Frogs (8-7).

TCU returns home for the next four matches and will start by welcoming Texas A&M Corpus Christi at 5:30 p.m., on Wednesday, March 26. The Frogs will then open Big 12 play with Oklahoma State and Oklahoma on March 28 at 5:30 p.m., and March 30 at 1 p.m., respectively. TCU will end the four-match home stand with metroplex rival SMU on April 1 at 5:30 p.m.
TCU Falls to Texas A&M
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Men's Golf

TCU men's golf standout Julien Brun was tabbed as the No. 2 male collegiate golfer on Team Europe in the latest Palmer Cup Rankings. The top six golfers in the final rankings from both the United States and Europe will be selected to compete in the Palmer Cup, slated for June 26-28 at Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey, England.
Brun Tabbed No. 2 in Latest Palmer Cup Rankings

Soccer

TCU soccer head coach announced the signing of Emma Heckendorn to an NLI. With her addition, the 2014 signing class now stands at 14 members. Heckendorn, a 5-7 forward, is a local product out of Flower Mound High School. At Flower Mound, Heckendorn was a three-time first-team all-district performer. Twice she was tabbed the district MVP as well as being her high school team's MVP. She has netted over 60 goals in her high school career to go along with over 50 assists.
Soccer Inks Heckendorn To NLI

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Yes with restrictions. NCAA Official Interpretation - 1/15/09 - Advertising an Institutional Camp or Clinic (I) - states that an institution may advertise or promote an institutional camp or clinic in any way, provided any camp or clinic advertisement or promotion (e.g. camp brochure, web site, newspaper or magazine advertisement) stipulates that the camp or clinic is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).

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