TCU heads to Boise for Mountain West battle with Broncos
The TCU volleyball team will try to stay undefeated in Mountain West conference action when they travel to Boise State to take on the Broncos tonight at 8 p.m. The Lady Frogs won their last time out, a 3-1 victory at New Mexico Friday night. The win over the Lobos ran TCU’s near-perfect record to 14-1 overall and 1-0 in conference play.
Senior Jordan Raines led the team with 16 kills while junior Sloane Sunstrum had a team-high and career-best five blocks for the Frogs.
TCU’s lone loss of the season came last week when they were swept by eigth-ranked Texas.
Thursday night’s game at Boise marks the beginning of the second half of TCU’s season, and will be the first of a three-game road trip for the Frogs. After that, they’ll travel to Air Force Saturday before heading to San Diego State to play the Aztecs next Thursday.
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