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Saturday, February 27, 2021


Equestrian team looks to redeem itself at home

The equestrian team has a chance to redeem itself today by playing the team it lost to Sunday.

The women will face Fresno State again today, this time on home soil.

TCU fell at Fresno State 7-4 in the championship game of the Best of the West Tournament.

Equestrian team beats rival

The equestrian team got its revenge win Friday against Fresno State, the team that beat TCU Feb. 17 in the championship game of the Best of the West Tournament.

TCU won 10-5 reaching the team high of 10 points and winning by a team high of five points.

Senior Kindel Huffman, who was named MVP in equitation over fences with a score of 78, also set a school record with seven MVP titles this season.

Huffman said before the season began, she made a goal to win a MVP in all four classes this season.

Horned Frogs to face conference cellar-dweller

Patience is a virtue the men's basketball team is having a difficult time achieving.Coming off consecutive road losses to Wyoming and New Mexico, the...

Freshmen riders gaining experience

A young team featuring 13 freshmen has not held the equestrian team back this season. The team is 7-0 in the Western division, with wins against Baylor and Stephen F. Austin.

Equestrian head coach Gary Reynolds said this year has been a big stepping stone for his team in gaining experience.

Men’s tennis team stays undefeated

The TCU men's tennis team kept its winning streak alive Monday in a doubleheader against Dallas Baptist and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, improving its season record to 7-0.

Frogs lose to UNLV, player injured

The Horned Frogs' streak of six consecutive home wins ended Wednesday night after its leading scorer went down with a leg injury in the...

Athlete may have charges dropped

A football player who was arrested Oct. 10 after police said he assaulted his wife was referred to a diversion program in a court hearing Monday, court officials said.Horned Frogs junior wide receiver Walter Bryant, 21, of San Angelo, was suspended from the team Oct. 16 after he was arrested on suspicion of assault with bodily injury to a family member, a misdemeanor.

The diversion program, which is similar to probation, consists of weekly reports and counseling, said a spokesperson for Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 5.

Natural gas drilling signed to Chesapeake

The natural gas exploration lease for TCU's campus has been transferred from Four Sevens Resources Co. Ltd. to Chesapeake Exploration, LLC.The Board of Trustees executive committee signed a letter of intent in March to appoint Four Sevens as the university's natural gas operator.

Julie Wilson , vice president of corporation development at Chesapeake, said Chesapeake purchased the leasehold assets from Four Sevens on July 2, which means the leases gathered by Four Sevens are transferred to Chesapeake.

Officer finds benefits in night shift

Eating breakfast at 4 p.m. is perfectly normal for Tom Shelton.Shelton, 34, has worked the night shift in the TCU area from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. for the Fort Worth Police Department for seven years, so he usually sleeps until 3 p.m. every day.

But he doesn't mind.

In fact, Shelton said he enjoys his hours because he gets to spend more time with his wife and three daughters.

About the time he wakes up, his children are coming home from school, and when he goes to work, they're getting ready for bed.

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