Winning score

This past academic year marked the most successful outing for TCU Athletics ever.

Winning score

This past academic year marked the most successful outing for TCU Athletics ever.

If you think the Frogs have been doing better on the fields and courts of competition, you’re right. All sports combined, this past academic year marked the most successful outing for TCU Athletics ever. 

“This year has been extremely special for all of us,” Athletics Director Eric Hyman said. “TCU has made a wonderful investment in the department via personnel, facilities and scholarships. 

The coaches have exhibited their ingenuity and creativity, which has assisted our student-athletes in reaching their potential. The results have gained national awareness, prominence and respect. A foundation has been laid for continued success, in which the TCU extended family can be proud.” 

Football No. 18 final ranking; third straight bowl appearance; three All-Americans: LaDainian Tomlinson, Aaron Schobel and David Bobo; six players drafted by NFL 

Baseball 27-20 in WAC at press time, second in WAC; Chris Bradshaw named the national player of the week after tossing a no-hitter at Hawaii-Hilo 

Basketball women finished 25-8; WAC champs, first time in school history; earned first NCAA tournament bid, beat Penn State in first round; Jeff Mittie named WAC Coach of the Year. Men finished with 20-11 record; TCU one of only four schools, joining Oklahoma, Florida and Toledo, to post 10 football victories and 20 wins in both men’s and women’s basketball 

Golf men ranked 4th in the nation, women 16th; sophomore Adam Rubinson No. 14 player in country, freshman Courtney Wood No. 62 

Soccer women finish second in WAC; men 7-11 overall, including victories against two Top 25 teams 

Tennis men ranked second in the nation, senior Esteban Carrill ranked fourth; women ranked 25th in the nation 

Track and Field indoor: men won WAC Championship and finished second in the NCAA meet; Kim Collins won the 60- and 200-meter sprints at the NCAA Championships (has fastest collegiate 100-meter outdoor time this season). Outdoor: 4×100 team placed first at the Texas Relays and owns the fastest collegiate time in the country this spring. Monte Stratton named WAC Coach of the Year. Cross country: women won WAC championship; Gladys Keitany is first TCU female athlete to win the individual conference championship, Eliud Njubi captured the individual men’s title; Dan Waters named WAC Coach of the Year 

Swimming men placed 4th in the NCAA Independent Championships; women logged an 8-4 dual record and placed 5th in the WAC Championships 

Volleyball won a school record 16 matches including six conference matches