The No. 8 Horned Frogs will close their regular season at home tomorrow against No. 4 Oklahoma State.
“Oklahoma State is a strong team and this will give us a good chance to get ready for April and the National Championships,” head equestrian coach Gary Reynolds wrote in an email. “We just need to be accurate and execute our game plan.”
TCU dropped to No. 8 last week after losing to nationally ranked Georgia. The loss was a first for the team at home since the 2008-09 season. Junior rider Courtney Chown kept her perfect record for Horsemanship intact as she moved to 8-0 for the season.
When: 9 a.m. tomorrow
Where: October Hill Farm 8212; Hudson Oaks
Track & Field
The TCU track and field program will travel to Arizona to participate in the ASU Invitational tomorrow. The team raked in the trophies last week at the Horned Frog Invitational Friday claiming 11 first-place titles. The men’s 4×100 relay was dominated by the Frogs, who took home two first-place honors.
Where: Tempe, Ariz.
TCU at Rice
The Frogs head to Houston to battle Rice tomorrow riding a two-match losing streak. Although the TCU men’s tennis team fell short to No. 31 Oklahoma in a close match (4-3) last week, seniors Emanuel Brighiu and Christopher Price beat the opposing team in doubles with an 8-2 win. TCU is currently No. 61 and is 5-10 for the season.
When: 11 a.m. tomorrow
Where: Houston, Texas
TCU vs. San Diego State
After a day of rest following Saturday’s match against Rice, the Frogs will return home to take on San Diego State. The Aztecs (2-10) are coming off of a loss to nationally ranked Purdue during the SDSU-USD Invitational last week.
When: 2 p.m. Monday
Where: Fort Worth, Texas
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