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Men’s tennis success fueled by strong doubles play

In collegiate men’s tennis, six of the last seven points a team can earn in a match are decided in singles play, where six...

Wide receiver Slanina a do-it-all athlete inspired by family

TCU wide receiver Ty Slanina began his football career at the age of seven under the guidance of his grandfather, Texas High School Coaches Association Hall...

Men’s tennis rallies to beat No. 22 South Florida 4-3

On Monday, TCU men’s tennis head coach David Roditi had a unique way to describe the No. 10 Frogs’ matchup against No. 22 South Florida. “I would describe...

Men’s tennis looks to avoid upsets against Texas Tech, South Florida

Last season, the TCU men’s tennis team upset Texas Tech in Lubbock by a final score of 4-3. The Horned Frogs also bested the Red Raiders...

Men’s basketball defense anchored by shot blocking

Sophomores Karviar Shepherd and Chris Washburn understand the importance of shot blocking. In basketball, shot blocking is a team’s last line of defense. When a player beats his defender...

No. 18 men’s tennis shines indoors in 7-0 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette

On a rainy Friday evening, the No. 18 TCU men’s tennis team was forced to take its match against Louisiana-Lafayette to Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center’s...

No. 18 Men’s tennis bests No. 46 Dartmouth in first double-header...

When senior Nick Chappell won the final game to close out a 7-6 first set victory in No. 18 TCU’s match against No. 46 Dartmouth, men’s tennis...

No. 1 TCU hosts Texas Southern, Cal Poly

Last season, the TCU baseball team finished tied for 62nd in the nation with a scoring average of five runs per game. Through their first...

Men’s basketball falls to No. 21 Oklahoma 68-56

After losing 77-57 to No. 19 Baylor Wednesday, the TCU men’s basketball team looked to rebound at home against No. 21 Oklahoma. However, the Sooners’ defense stifled the Horned...

Men’s basketball looks to end free throw shooting woes

In its 64-61 loss to No. 9 Kansas, the TCU men’s basketball team shot just 51.7 percent (15-for-29) from the free-throw line. The Horned Frogs also struggled from...
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