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Sedona Prince eyeing return to the TCU women’s basketball team soon

TCU senior Sedona Prince is looking to return soon from her finger injury suffered January 3rd against Baylor.
Sedona Prince shoots a layup in warmups.

TCU’s Sedona Prince broke her finger on the first play of the Frog’s game against Baylor on Jan. 3. She has been rehabbing the injury ever since and looks towards a return soon.


Prince was in the middle of the best year of her career prior to the injury. Averaging 21.2 points per game and 10.6 rebounds, she is one of the most impactful players for the Horned Frogs.

After Prince’s injury, TCU went on a 1-11 run, including two forfeits against Kansas State and Iowa State, with the lone win coming at home against UCF on Jan. 23.

Recently, the return of star guard Madison Conner has helped the Frogs win two straight games at Cincinnati and BYU as they make a push towards postseason play.

Prince has been very open about her injury throughout the whole process, sharing updates via social media as she recovers. Recently she shared that she is on her way back soon.

“I’m excited to come back to basketball. I got about a week left maybe if I can get this thing stronger,” Prince said about her finger injury on her TikTok page.

Prince is a little over seven weeks now from breaking her finger, and if she can come back in the week timetable estimate, it would be a huge boost for the Frogs.

TCU currently holds an overall record of 17-9 and 4-11 in Big 12 play, ranked 11th in the conference. With a relatively healthy team back, the Horned Frogs could seriously make a push when the Big 12 Tournament tips off on March 7.

The silver lining for all these injuries has meant more opportunities for other players, like Sydney Harris, Agnes Emma-Nnopu or Aaliyah Roberson. This team has grown and looks a lot stronger than they did a month ago.

TCU women’s basketball’s next game is Saturday, Feb. 24 at home vs. Houston. Prince could be back then, but February 28 against Texas Tech or March 2 at West Virginia are also probable return dates for the star center.

The game against Houston tips of at 6 p.m. shortly after the men’s game finishes versus Cincinnati. It should be a fun day at Schollmaier Arena.

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