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Campus safety: Cases, safety measures and resources
By News Now Staff
Published Apr 15, 2024
On this special edition of TCU News Now, our reporters look at the cases that impacted TCU, break down the school's safety measures and shine a light on the resources. 

Frogs spring sports stars

As the semester comes to a close, it seems only fitting to pass out accolades and awards for what we have seen on the playing field this semester. The end of every season has an award ceremony where there are some surprises and some awards that are of no shock value to the average fan, so without further ado, here are the Spring 2007 Horned Frog Superlatives.

Rookie of the Year

Dell Guy, Track and Field: This freshman sprinter from Las Vegas has been grabbing headlines during the outdoor season and has been an integral member of the 400-meter relay team. In addition to earning TCU Men’s Athlete of the Week Honors, he qualified for the NCAA regional in the 400. Honorable Mention: Stephanie Futscher, Swimming & Diving.

Coach of the Year (tie)

Karen Monez, Rifle, and Gary Reynolds, Equestrian: Success starts at the top, and in the case of Monez and Reynolds, they both led upstanding programs in their second and first years at the helm, respectively, to national postseason appearances. Monez, who was named the NRA’s Distinguished Coach of the Year, guided the rifle team through a regular season that saw it place no lower than second in any event, and a fifth place showing at the NCAA championships. Reynolds’ equestrian team also saw great success, becoming the only team in the history Varsity Equestrian to qualify for the national championship competition in its inaugural season. Honorable Mention: Angie Ravaioli-Larkin, Women’s Golf.

Most Valuable Player

Ashley Davis, Women’s Basketball: During her senior year, she surpassed 1,000 career points and is one of only nine Lady Frogs to have accomplished this feat. She was selected to compete in the College Slam Dunk and Three-Point Contest at the Men’s Final Four in Atlanta. Her three-point shooting throughout the season contributed to 10 percent of the team’s total points. As a senior, her leadership on the court showed when she started in all 32 games during the season and brought the team to its seventh consecutive NCAA Tournament. Honorable Mention: Jon McLean, Men’s golf

Game of the Year

TCU vs. Air Force, Men’s Basketball: A defensive showcase by the Horned Frogs led to an upset of the then-No. 14 Air Force Falcons on Feb. 24. The final score read 71-66, but the victory was made even sweeter as it put an end to a daunting 11-game losing streak from the Horned Frogs. Point guard Ryan Wall came off the bench and led the team with 19 points and drained four 3-pointers. Other notable performances that day came from Alvardo Parker with 12 points from the field and Brent Hackett who spotted 11. The game broke a three-year drought against ranked opponents. Honorable Mention: TCU vs. Oral Roberts, Baseball.

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