She is one of the most accomplished track and field athletes in the NCAA, earning a spot on her country's track and field team for the upcoming Beijing Olympics and receiving more All-American awards than any woman in TCU history.
Senior Virgil Hodge finished her final outdoor meet at the Lowden Track and Field Complex at TCU with a personal best in the 100 meters with a time of 11.26 and has continued working her way toward the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
The TCU baseball team continues its perfect streak in the month of April, defeating University Nevada, Las Vegas in the first of a three-game series.
A game winning double in the bottom of the ninth and two outs gave the Horned Frogs a 4-3 victory. The win also extends TCU's winning streak to seven games, its longest winning streak of the season.
The women's basketball team won its second-round game in the Women's National Invitational Tournament on Saturday at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.
The Lady Frogs defeated the Boise State Broncos (24-8, 14-2 WAC) 85-56 and never trailed after first 15:55 mark in the first half.
Rain could actually end up helping the baseball team.
Because of the recent severe weather in the Fort Worth area, the TCU baseball team did not have to play McNeese State on Tuesday night, allowing the Horned Frogs extra time to rest and prepare for the beginning of conference play tonight against the University of New Mexico.
TCU (9-8) has had the upper-hand in six out of the last seven games against the Lobos (11-8).
Moneka Knight and Helen Roden's shooting percentages were corrected March 12 at 9:42 p.m.
The women's basketball team will bid farewell to one of its best senior classes at senior night today, but the group will still have a chance to help the Lady Frogs reach a historic win.
The TCU women's basketball team is back to its winning ways. The Lady Frogs took advantage of the University of Nevada Las Vegas defense and were able to put together a few scoring runs in the first and second halves, keeping a comfortable lead, while on the way to an 87-57 victory, and 11th conference win of the season.
The women's basketball team will be looking to bounce back quickly after suffering its first lost in the month of February.
The Lady Frogs' 68-53 setback against the No. 16 Utah Utes (24-3) (13-0) stopped the team's winning streak at seven games, but TCU has a good chance of starting a new one this weekend when they host UNLV.