Weekend sports recap

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    Equestrian

    The TCU equestrian team, which jumped and galloped its way to the 2011 Varsity Equestrian National Championships, concluded its season with by losing all three of its matches at the Extraco Events Center.The Horned Frogs started Western competition against No. 3 seed Auburn. The Frogs started hot and won a close 2-1 decision in Horsemanship. Seniors Kelsey Huffman and Courtney Chown both won for the Frogs.

    But Auburn swept TCU in Reigning 3-0 and won the contest 4-2.

    Next, the Frogs faced No. 2 seed Oklahoma State University. In Reigning, the Frogs dropped the contest to the Cowgirls, 5-3.

    On the Hunt Seat, TCU couldn’t come up with any victories and lost 8-0 to No. 5 Texas A&M.

    Women’s tennis

    The TCU women’s tennis team routed Colorado State 7-0 on Friday. The Frogs won every doubles match and took every singles match in straight sets.

    Senior Katariina Tuohimaa clinched the contest, 6-4, 6-1, at No. 1 singles. Tuohimaa improved to 5-1 in MWC contests.

    The team then defeated Wyoming in a 6-1 victory Saturday to improve to 9-10 on the season.

    After losing a doubles tie break at the No. 1, TCU won the next two matches in doubles to clinch the doubles point.

    Men’s tennis

    Four seniors of the TCU men’s tennis squad played their final TCU home match on Sunday in a 6-1 rout against conference rival UNLV at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.

    The Frogs started off with a 1-0 advantage after the doubles combo of seniors Emanuel Brighiu and Christopher Price earned a quick 8-2 victory. Junior Paul Chappell and senior Cameron Nash clinched the doubles point with an 8-4. In singles play, junior Slah Mbarek was the first to get a victory, and Brighiu, outdueled Mehdi Bouras, 6-3, 6-2.

    Men’s golf

    The TCU men’s golf team earned its first victory this season on Sunday at the 19-team Navy Spring Invitational at the U.S. Naval Academy Golf Course.

    Senior Scott Roudebush shot a season-low 69 and tied for second in the contest with a total score of +3.