Associate Athletics Director for Internal Relations has seen a lot in three decades at TCU. But we want answers to today’s pressing questions. Playing a little coy, Jack shares a few ideas.
The “hot seat?” Men’s basketball coach Neil Dougherty says he’s always on it – not just this year – or any other. But don’t write off this year’s Frogs. Coach D says they’ll surprise. Maybe even TCU fans.
Exponential growth in attendance, winning attitude has women’s soccer program on the rise.
How big is it, how good is it and what about media exposure?
Soccer goalie Keith-Ann Wagner inspires others as she overcomes a spinal cord injury.
TCU accepts invitation into Conference USA.
The only thing that may outdo TCU’s 28-19 Norwest Sun Bowl victory over USC last December are the fun and games planned for this season. “Coach Fran and last year’s team are the most significant things to happen to TCU football in years,” said Brian Estridge, director of sports marketing and broadcasting. “Second only to
Playing for keeps and for his cousin, Reggie Hunt is one big reason why Frog football remains in contention.
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