The Lady Frogs were upended by Oral Roberts, 78-74, in the opening round of the Women's NIT at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Thursday night, but seniors Helena Sverrisdottir and Emily Carter both made marks in the school's record books during their final game in TCU uniforms.

With the loss, the Horned Frogs closed the year with a 22-11 record, while Oral Roberts improved to 22-10 and advanced to the second round of the WNIT. Overall, the Lady Frogs hoisted 33 triples Thursday night, which ranks No. 3 all-time in a single-game in program history, connecting on 12 of them.

TCU police stopped a suspicious white Isuzu box truck in a nearby neighborhood early this morning, according to a crime alert emailed to students, faculty and staff.
George Flores
George Flores

George Flores, former Paschal High School assistant band director, was driving the vehicle.
Several residents reported Flores wandering the streets around 2 a.m., said Sgt. Kelly Ham.
Flores was not arrested, but the crime alert was sent as a precaution because of his previous felonies, Ham said.
Flores was previously arrested in the TCU area for improper photography and video in December 2010. He was later convicted and sentenced to 445 days in prison, Ham said.
Flores was arrested outside a TCU-area bedroom window and was accused of taking photos of a woman undressing inside, according to a Star-Telegram article.
The article also states that Flores had hundreds of inappropriate photos of females on his cellphone.
Ham said he wants TCU sudents to call the TCU Police Department if Flores or the vehicle is spotted near campus.
“We were in fear of our students safety,” Ham said. “He was asked to depart and not come back.”