Benton McDonald

Benton McDonald is a junior journalism and political science double major from Austin, Texas. He has worked for TCU360 since his freshman year and is currently the executive editor of Politifrog, covering local, state, and national politics and their relation to TCU.

Men’s basketball adds assistant coach, Ohio State transfer guard

The team announced the hiring of a former LSU assistant coach who has ties to the North Texas area.

Patterson’s defense continues to give players an edge during transition to...

The complexity of the Horned Frogs' defense allows players like Ty Summers and Ben Banogu to enter the NFL more prepared than other rookies.

Midterm results signal leftward shift for Tarrant County

The nation's largest Republican leaning urban county saw Democrats edge closer in local, state, and national races and could provide a roadmap for success in 2020.

Bane enters name into NBA Draft pool

The junior has the ability to return to school after attending the NBA Combine per a rule change enacted by the NCAA in 2016.

Baseball defeats UT-Arlington 3-2 in rare “balk-off”

A balk by the Mavericks' closer scored Hunter Wolfe and secured the team's second walk-off win of the season.

No. 20 baseball open Big 12 play with a walk-off win...

The team scored three runs in the bottom of the ninth to defeat No. 9 Texas in the first game of a three-game series.

Horned Frogs fight past slow start to advance to second round...

The team used a 15-3 run at the end of the first half to climb out of an early deficit and defeat Sam Houston State in the tournament's first round.

Assistant coach fired amid connection to fed​eral investigation

Corey Barker allegedly received bribes to influence which sports agencies TCU players signed with.

Women’s basketball headed back to WNIT

The Horned Frogs became the first Big 12 team since 1999 to miss the NCAA Tournament after winning 10 conference games.

Tomlinson, Athletics announce endowment fund geared towards student-athlete development

The fund is part of TCU's Lead On campaign and will support student-athletes from all 21 of TCU's sports programs.

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