After a slow semester, the TCU wakeboard club team president Taylor Troth said he hopes there are more opportunities for its members in the fall. Troth has been practicing on his own in his free time, which has only allowed for his passion for the sport to grow.
Author: Kaitlyn Beckert
Equestrian programs at colleges and universities around the nation are awaiting a decision from the NCAA that may affect the sport’s future. The NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics will vote this week on whether equestrian will remain on its list of emerging sports, sports intended to help schools provide more […]
While it is the team’s first year in the Collegiate Water Polo Association, the women are entering this weekend’s tournament with high hopes. The CWPA Texas Division Championship games will be held at Rice University beginning Saturday. The Frogs will take on Rice, Baylor, Texas Tech, UT Austin, Texas A&M […]
After recently undergoing a major leg surgery, sophomore Victoria Garcia is ready to prepare for her third marathon. Garcia is waiting for her doctor’s permission to begin a six-month marathon training plan. She will run her next marathon in December 2015.
Mental illness seems to become more prevalent in young adults during college, and TCU students are not immune. After six TCU students committed suicide in the past four years, the university has increased its suicide prevention programs. Receiving a $250,000 grant, the university has chosen to fund programs that intend […]
TCU alumna Nina Pham is one among the many declared Time magazine’s Person of the Year 2014. The magazine recognized fighters and survivors of the disease Wednesday. Instead of honoring an individual, the magazined honored a group—the Ebola fighters—for their “tireless acts of courage and mercy. Ebola spread to the United […]
Five students are striving to help create the “next generation” of Zambia. In an effort to improve the lives of orphans in Zambia, the group is raising money to put toward the creation of a house and a school. Their goal? $160,000. Juniors Pat Hollinger, Jessica Nailor, Mackenzie Carmichael, Kelsey […]
The Horned Frogs fell to Colorado State, 76-62, on Friday in the opener of the 2014 OMNI Classic in Boulder, Colo. Leading the team with a season-high 20 points and a team-best seven rebounds, senior guard Natalie Ventress shot 7-of-10 from the field and 2-of-3 from long range. TCU wasn’t […]
TCU remains undefeated after a 57-49 win over Bradley on Friday at the Corpus Christi Coastal Classic. The Horned Frogs found a way to defeat the Braves after a tense second half, moving 6-0 on the season. The last time TCU held this record was in their 1997-98 campaign. Leading […]
After earning a win against Iowa State in September, the TCU volleyball team could not find the same energy it had before, and the Frogs were defeated by the Cyclones 3-2 (26-28, 25-16, 25-15, 24-26, 15-8) Saturday night at the Hilton Coliseum. The Horned Frogs (15-13, 5-8 Big 12) notched […]