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Boise State officially joins Mountain West Conference; Utah leaves

Today marks the offical date Boise State University can join the Mountain West Conference. It also means the end of TCU's brief conference rivalry with...

Year in limbo for Amon G. Carter Stadium means growing pains

The $105 million renovation to Amon G. Carter Stadium is well under way. The vacant hole in the sky left from the west side implosion is now half-filled with the new grandstand.

Fifty-five Frogs named MWC Scholar-Athletes

Fifty-five TCU student-athletes were named Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athletes, according to a release from the league Tuesday. According to the conference website, the award is one of the highest academic honors offered by the Mountain West. Student-athletes must complete two semesters at their school and maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5, and have participated in varsity competition in an NCAA-sponsored sport. Overall, the 55 Horned Frogs were selected for 57 awards, a tie for the most number of awards a a member of the MWC.

TCU Track & Field concludes season, brings in new class for...

TCU Track & Field finished its 2011 season Sunday at the 2011 U.S.A. Outdoor Track & Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon....

TCU snags tenth best recruiting class

ESPN released their initial class of 2012 team football rankings Friday, and not only has TCU cracked the list, they're ahead of some impressive...

Carder named Dave Campbell’s defensive player of the year

Tank Carder was named the state's defensive player of the year by Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine. The senior linebacker was also named by the publication as the best linebacker in the state. In addition to Carder, wide receiver Josh Boyce, linebacker Tanner Brock, guard Kyle Dooley, kicker Ross Evans, punter Anson Kelton, defensive end Stansly Maponga, and running back Ed Wesley were all named to Dave Campbell's All-Texas Team. Carder has been named a first-team All-American by Playboy, Sporting News and Phil Steele's College Football Preview.

Silmon, Young advance at USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

The Track and Field Championships started off with a bang for senior Jessica Young and sophomore Charles Silmon at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. Both runners ran well in the preliminary heats for 100 meters and will advance in their event. Young earned the right to compete in the women’s semifinals after running a 11.14, good for sixth place overall. The time edged the 11.16 mark set by NCAA champion Candyce McGrone. The semifinals consist of the top 18 runners.

Four Frogs to compete in USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships

This weekend, Charles Silmon leads a contingent of four Horned Frogs that are hoping to extend TCU's 2010-2011 athletic season for another month as they compete in the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon. The championships, a pro-am event, will see Silmon compete for a spot on the Nike team.

Miller signs with Cincinnati Reds

TCU pitcher Erik Miller signed with the Cincinnati Reds Wednesday and will not return for his senior season. Miller was taken in the 31st round...

New baseball bat rules make college ball more like the pros

Throughout the season, college baseball players and coaches have said new bat rules invoked by the NCAA have dampened the game by reducing home...
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