Next season, NCAA varsity equestrian might have a ranking system for individual and team standings for the first time, said the chair of the selection committee.
Kevin Hurley said this season varsity equestrian experimented with a ranking system that Rob Beuerlein, a TCU Athletics media relations student assistant, developed.
Win or lose, today's equestrian game against Texas A&M will not affect TCU's position in the Varsity Equestrian National Championships.
TCU, which holds the No. 1 seed for Nationals in Western and the alternate position in Hunt Seat, host the Aggies at Field State Park for its last regular season contest.
During its second year of competition, the women's Western team has been named the No. 1 seed for the 2008 Varsity Equestrian National Championships in Waco, April 17 to 19.
The team has the best record in the nation with a perfect 11-0 season.
The Hunt Seat team went 5-7, earning the first alternate position for the tournament.
The women's tennis team's home winning streak came to an end Monday when No. 15 Fresno State beat the Horned Frogs 4-3.
TCU is 4-1 this season at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, compiling a 30-5 home record over the past three seasons, including a 7-0 win over No. 73 Texas Tech on Saturday.
Monday's loss could have gone either way, head coach Jefferson Hammond said.
Size was not a problem for the men's basketball team, which beat the University of Utah 67-61 at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum on Wednesday.
Despite Utah's height advantage with three of its top players listed at more than 6 feet 8 inches tall, TCU found a way to take the ball to the rim.
TCU had to find a way to defend Utah's size and its ability to shoot the ball, head coach Neil Dougherty said.