The baseball team will try to hold onto a first place lead in the Mountain West Conference as it travels to California to take on the San Diego State Aztecs for a three-game series starting today.
The Horned Frogs are tied with the New Mexico Lobos with an 11-4 record in the Mountain West, and the Aztecs are one game behind those two teams with a 10-5 conference record.
The Fort Worth Police Department, along with the Arlington and Grand Prairie police departments, are in the beginning stage of creating a program to deter underage drinking and driving, specifically for this time of year, a Fort Worth police sergeant said.
Sgt. Rodney Bangs of the Fort Worth Police Department said motorists driving under the influence and traffic fatalities are more frequent throughout the country this time of year.
The men's tennis team will finish up its regular season schedule at 2 p.m. today when it travels to Dallas to face the Southern Methodist University Mustangs.
Head coach Dave Borelli said his team has come a long way from a 10-12 record a year ago, entering today's matchup with an 18-6 overall record and a 5-1 record in conference.
The women's tennis team takes its six-game winning streak on the road as it continues its Mountain West Conference schedule in Las Vegas today.
The No. 24 Horned Frogs will square off against the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Lady Rebels at noon today and play another 24 hours later against the San Diego State University Aztecs on Saturday, also in Las Vegas.
The men's tennis team split its two games over the weekend, ending its undefeated streak with a loss to Oklahoma State on Sunday.
The Horned Frogs stretched their perfect season to nine games before falling 4-3 to the No. 15 Cowboys.
Before it was broken, the weekend also featured a streak-extending sweep of the University of Minnesota, which TCU beat 7-0 on Saturday.
The TCU men's tennis team continued its perfect spring season after its 7-0 win against the Minnesota Golden Gophers Saturday at Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.
TCU improved its overall record to 9-0 and freshman Zach Nichols clinched the victory for the Horned Frogs, winning his match in the fifth slot.
Nichols has been perfect this season in both doubles and singles, and with his wins Saturday, he improved his record to a combined 18-0.