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Several former Horned Frogs taken by NFL teams in draft

Last season was a memorable one for the TCU football program. Not only did the team win the Rose Bowl, but eight former Frogs...

Volleyball team back in action tonight

After sweeping Texas Tech, UConn, and Grambling State last weekend the TCU women’s volleyball team looks to continue their success in the SMU Doubletree...

Frogs defeat Lobos 6-2 behind Maxwell’s complete game

TCU won their twenty second game of the season behind the stellar performance of starting pitcher Steven Maxwell. Maxwell won his fifth game this...

Frogs drop opening game of New Mexico series 10-5

TCU (20-10) suffered a loss in the first game of the series against New Mexico. The Frogs held a 1-0 lead for five innings...

Phillies, not a shoo-in for NL pennant

As opening day for Major League Baseball looms closer, don't crown the Philadelphia Phillies as the National League pennant winner just yet. Last year's World Series champion San Francisco Giants are in a good position to make another World Series run, while the NL Central should be an exciting divisional race down to game 162 of the regular season.

Here's a full breakdown of the NL's divisional races:

NL East

1-14 Frogs wrap up regular season Wednesday

After Friday's home loss to New Mexico, head men's basketball coach Jim Christian said he did not look forward to the season ending. In...

Frogs fall 5-2 to Mississippi State

The No. 47 TCU Men's Tennis losing streak has been pushed to five. TCU lost 5-2 to the No. 33 Mississippi State Bulldogs Friday....

Feliz solved Rangers’ Achilles heal

It has happened before; an All-Star fireball-throwing closer is converted into a starter. The result is usually the same; closers are just not as dominant when they move to the starting rotation. The reasons for converting Neftali Feliz are obvious 8212; Feliz has a 100 mph fastball and an electric curveball, he was named the 2010 American League Rookie of the Year, and he led all rookies with 40 saves in 43 attempts. While the Rangers need more depth at starting pitching, converting Feliz into a starter would compromise the Rangers' excellent bullpen.

Frogs take second game of the series 7-1

The Frogs defeated the University of Kansas 7-1 in the second of a three game series.

Junior pitchers Kyle Winkler and Erik Miller combined for a one-hitter, allowing one unearned run. Together they struck out 11 Jayhawks.

A new series attendance record was set with 10,500 fans at the first two games of the series. Saturday's game totaled 4,401 fans.

Right fielder junior Brance Rivera had three of TCU's 11 hits. Seniors Jimmie Pharr and Jerome Pena each had two.

Frogs can’t hold off Crimson Tide, 3-4

Alabama defeated TCU 4-3 at Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. TCU suffered its second loss in a row, dropping the Horned Frogs to 2-2. TCU won the doubles competition 2-1. The Horned Frogs fared poorly in singles play losing four of the six matches.

On the first court senior Emanuel Brighiu and senior Christopher Price, took on Alabama juniors Ricky Doverspike and Vikram . Brighiu and Price trailed early, but rallied to take the 7-5 lead. Reddy made a sensational dive to pull the score to 7-6. Brighiu and Price held of a "Bama rally to win 50-30 and give TCU the victory.

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