Topic: Athletics

Yazmeen Ryan, left, sealed the game for TCU's first-ever NCAA Tournament victory. Courtesy of TCU Athletics | Photo by Ellman Photography

November 14, 2018

Basketball Gains Momentum, Soccer Advances in NCAA Tournament

As we get over the hump this week, our attention turns to a short week and Thanksgiving. For TCU students, the semester is winding down quickly, but there’s still lots to do before Turkey Day and that tryptophan-driven nap on the couch. By the way, I love cornbread dressing with oysters in it – the

November 7, 2018

TCU Hoops Start Promising Season

Welcome to Basketball Season! Here we go on a run that will hopefully end in early April in the NCAA championship for both TCU Women’s and Men’s Basketball. Schollmaier Arena is the place to be. Get there. Congrats to TCU Women’s Basketball for their season-opening win over Duquesne yesterday 61-48. Jordan Moore had 22 points

After falling to Texas Tech last week, TCU will try to regain its momentum for the second half of its schedule. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

October 19, 2018

Halfway through the season, and Oklahoma is coming to town

At the halfway point in the season, the Frogs are exactly there. Half the way. Halfway to a bowl bid, halfway to finding an offense and all the way done listening to critics. This is a football team that endured a hellacious September and is now slaloming its way through injuries. College football is a

With quarterback Shawn Robinson out with an injury on the final drive, Sewo Olonilua took two snaps from the wildcat formation. The junior had a career-high 16 carries. Photo by Glen E. Ellman

October 1, 2018

5 Thoughts on TCU — Iowa State

The Frogs bounced back into the win column with a 17-14 victory over Iowa State, but the good of the triumph was tempered by some bad.