Serious fans. Whether watching the men’s or women’s basketball teams, Frog fans were not disappointed, though the men’s 19-9 record was down from their undefeated conference record a year ago. Both squads earned berths for WAC Tournament play, the women earning their first postseason victory ever, against the UTEP Miners. Kidding around. Some 70 student
Fresh from the Sun Bowl, Coach Dennis Franchione was honored by the Fort Worth City Council on Jan. 19 — which was proclaimed TCU Horned Frog Day — in honor of the victory.
Ranked No. 3 at one point this season, All-American swimmer Jason Flint finishes his 200-yard breaststroke collegiate career with a 30-0 regular season record.
More than a winning 6-5 record (much better than predicted) returned to the football program and Amon Carter Stadium. The efforts of Coach Fran (right) and the team led to a Sunbowl invitation in El Paso on New Year’s Eve, the first bowl game since the 1994 Independence Bowl. On your mark Get set, the
Amen Senior 800-meter distance dynamo Khadevis Robinson is the product of strict, church-going parents. Saying an extended grace before a meal with a friend, Robinson matter-of-factly said, “God has been very good to me; I have to pray.” The homage must have paid off: TCU’s men sent just eight runners to nationals in June; all
Coach “Fran” has come to town. Hopefully, he brought his winning ways with him.
The Natural ending Now, this was a ballgame: The score was tied 7-7, bottom of the ninth, two outs, two strikes and the Frog’s go-to slugger, senior right fielder Chris Connally was at the plate. And Mighty Casey didn’t strike out to end the annual April Battle at the Ballpark. Instead, as Texas Coach Augie
A quarter century since the enactment of Title IX, the civil rights legislation calling for equal athletic opportunities for men and women student athletes, it is clear that Lady Frogs have come a long way — but the finish line is still a ways off.