The H20 Frogs took home several wins against both the San Diego State Aztecs and Centenary Ladies, at Saturdays meet in the University Recreation Center. "I'm a happy camper," said head coach Richard Sybesma. "We're swimming really really well, really fast against some really tough competition," said Sybesma.
The H20 Frogs men won against Centenary 68-34, whereas the women won against San Diego State 71-40 and Centenary 77-32.
The death of a TCU student Monday can serve as a reminder that everyone is all linked together regardless of who they know, said the minister to the university Wednesday.Federico Cuevas was found dead at his off-campus home Monday at 5:20 p.m., according to the Tarrant County medical examiner database.
Cuevas, a senior Spanish major from League City, played on university intramural sports teams at TCU, said the Rev. Angela Kaufman, minister to the university.
The men's and women's swimming and diving teams will take on the Air Force Falcons, and the women's team will face the New Mexico State Aggies at a meet in Colorado Springs, Colo., today. The H20 Frogs are going up against Air Force and NMSU after the men's loss to the BYU Cougars 159.5-80.5 and the women's loss to the Cougars 149-94 Saturday.
The women's team also lost to the Colorado State Rams Thursday 156-144. These meets marked the first losses of the season for both teams.
After the women's swimming team faces Colorado State today, both the men's and women's teams will get ready to take on Brigham Young's teams this Saturday. The women are coming off a 79-61 victory against North Texas and a 63-44 win against Incarnate Word, which gave the team four wins this season. The men's team hasn't competed since Oct. 5 when it defeated the UT-Permian Basin Falcons 104-94.
Head coach Richard Sybesma said he remains optimistic and has been making sure both teams are ready for BYU.
Junior and senior students came to the Student Center Lounge Tuesday to participate in Graduate Professional School Day where 30 other university graduate programs from around the nation came to promote their graduate programs to TCU students.Ann Reynolds, director of Career Services, said she hoped this event would make students aware of opportunities associated with graduate school, but said the university hopes students stay at TCU.
Students can expect a whole new campus to develop over the next two years as TCU's $100 million Vision in Action project moves forward, turning the university into a walking campus, according to the TCU Web site.Construction around campus will be occupying most of the Main Campus over the next two years, as a new student union and four dormitories are constructed in front of the Student Center, said Don Mills, vice chancellor for Student Affairs.
Chris Reed, a sophomore business major, said he was annoyed with the construction in front of the Student Center.