Sarita Mikals became the 12th person in program history to record 1000 digs on Saturday. (Photo

TCU volleyball lost its sixth straight match on Saturday, falling to the Oklahoma Sooners. The Frogs are now 10-10 on the season.

The Frogs opened the match with a close first set despite being down by as much as nine points. They battled back getting the score within one point, 23-24. But, the Sooners made one final kill to take the first set. The next two sets were lopsided with Oklahoma taking them 25-11 and 25-17 respectively.

Sarita Mikals made program history, becoming the 12th personĀ to record 1000 digs. Leading the offense, she recorded 13 kills; Natalie Gower had 7.

Director of volleyball Jill Kramer said her offense was the best it had been in a while. TheĀ team came out and did a lot of the things they practiced throughout the week. But, Oklahoma played great, she said.

“Oklahoma played a heck of a match and their numbers were awesome,” Kramer said. “There are a lot of competitive teams and Oklahoma is a well-coached team. They have also been working through some stuff and I think they came out and played great today. We will get back at it and get ready for Wednesday.”

The Frogs will continue their season on Wednesday at 6 p.m. when they host No. 2 Texas in the University Recreation Center. The match will also be broadcasted on ESPNU.

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