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Recap of the weekend’s sports


TCU’s equestrian team won 12-3 on Sunday against Delaware State.

The No. 6 Frogs earned three MVP accolades with junior Victoria Lee, senior Milana Trimino and sophomore Kolby Simonson each capturing one.

Lee, along with junior Taylor Frederick and sophomore Jennifer Whitt, gained points for a 5-3 win in Equitation over Fences.

Trimino helped lead the Frogs to a 7-1 victory in Equitation on the Flat, while Simonson finished in a draw in Reining.

On Saturday the Frogs will compete against No. 2 Georgia.

Track & Field

As TCU’s indoor track and field season started to wrap up, both the men’s and women’s teams finished in the top five for all four categories at the Virginia Tech Final Qualifier.

Both senior sprinter Mychal Dungey and junior jumper Cameron Parker earned third place for the men’s team. Dungey was within one-tenth of a second to his closest speed for the semester in the 200-meter race. Parker almost broke his record in triple jump.

For the women, senior sprinter Kristal Juarez gained first place in the 400-meter race. Sophomore thrower Kelsey Samuels received fifth place in shot put.

On Friday the 2011 NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships start.

A week after, on March 18, Track and Field’s outdoor season begins at home with the TCU Invitational.

Women’s Tennis

The TCU women’s team lost to Oklahoma on Saturday 5-2.

In singles play, senior Katariina Tuohimaa received her first win against a ranked opponent this season, while senior Idunn Hertzberg fought until the end for a win against the Sooners.

TCU’s number one doubles pair, sophomore Federica Denti and Tuohimaa, also fought to a close 9-8 finish against Oklahoma.

The Frogs will play against Lamar on Wednesday at home.

Men’s Tennis

The men’s tennis team fell to Texas Tech on Saturday 5-2.

Senior Zach Nichols and junior Daniel Sanchez collected wins for both the singles and doubles teams.

Nichols received his fifth win of the season by winning two tiebreakers in the singles match against Texas Tech.

However, the Frogs could not overpower the No. 19 Red Raiders.

The Horned Frogs will travel to California on Saturday to play against UC Irvine.

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