Frogs hope to return to winning ways at home against struggling Cowboys

Frogs hope to return to winning ways at home against struggling Cowboys

The Horned Frog baseball team made it through a tough Spring Break schedule, featuring series against top-15 teams Ole Miss and Wichita State, and now faces McNeese State before the start of conference play.

TCU went 4-4 over break, taking the series against Rivals No. 14 Ole Miss 2-1, but was swept by No. 23 Wichita State to close out the week.

TCU started break with a 3-1 loss against Ole Miss before reeling off four straight wins.

The Horned Frogs swept their two-game series against Prairie View A&M, allowing one combined run and setting two season marks. In the first game of the series, TCU hit a season-high 10 runs and followed with its first shutout of the season in the second game, where five pitchers combined to hold the Panthers to three hits.

TCU finished its seven-game home stand 6-1 before traveling to Wichita State, its first away games since March 2.

The Horned Frogs’ bats went cold against the Shockers, scoring only four runs in the series.

McNeese State has had a tough start to its season, going 3-14, a record that includes six- and five-game losing streaks.

TCU and McNeese State are both coming off winless three-game series. The Cowboys were swept by the University of Texas-San Antonio over the weekend.

The big bat for the Cowboys is junior shortstop Shon Landry, who leads the team with four home runs, 20 runs batted in and a .636 slugging percentage. Landry also ranks second on the team with .333 batting average.