If you combine the toughness of football, the jabs of boxing and about a fourth of the elegance of figure skating, what do you get? Hockey.
Do Texans not like hockey because it makes you think about cold weather?
Who doesn't love hockey? People who don't like fast-paced skating, incredible stick handling skills and fights. Apparently, lots of people from the South.
The women's swimming and diving team will face the University of New Mexico Lobos at 2 p.m. Friday at the University Recreation Center natatorium.
The Lady Frogs are 6-0 against the Lobos in the all-time series, which began in 1983.
Head coach Richard Sybesma said the squad cannot take New Mexico for granted because they have been improving during the past few years.
Sophomore freestyle swimmer Lindsey Stevens said everyone has more confidence going into this meet.
This year's FrogHouse team has already raised more than $42,000 over the past two semesters and students working for the group say they are still working hard toward their goal of $56,000 despite a weakened economy.
The team has worked since the beginning of the school year to raise money and build a house for someone in need. For the third year in a row, the junior class has teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to build a house for less fortunate.
As pop star Lady Gaga says in her song, just dance.
That was junior modern dance major Summer McGowan's goal as coordinator of her Project Junior Giveback program, Just Dance.
McGowan recently met with about 65 students at Oakhurst Elementary School in Fort Worth to teach first graders the art of movement through dance.
"It's creative movement; it's not actually a technical dance class," she said. "But it's something that just gets kids moving ... and introduces dance to them in a fun way."
The women's basketball team extended their winning streak to five games by beating the University of Wyoming Cowgirls 60-47 Saturday night at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
The team kept the Cowgirls scoreless for the first five minutes, jumping out to an early 9-0 lead.
The Lady Frogs took advantage of Wyoming turnovers throughout the game, scoring a total of 16 points off of Cowgirl turnovers. Wyoming scored 10 points off of eight TCU turnovers.
"No way. We already have the police here to take care of us. We don't need weapons."
John McCord, freshman pre-major from Houston
"No, I don't. Even though school shootings are tragic, adding guns wouldn't solve the problem. I worry about how students would feel if they knew the person behind them had a gun on them."
Jared Cobb, assistant director, TCU Transitions
"No. Allowing students to have weapons would create unstoppable violence."