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Sedona Prince to return to TCU next season

The Horned Frogs women’s basketball star will return for one more year.
TCU’s Sedona Prince clapping hands. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

TCU center Sedona Prince announced Wednesday via social media that she will return for the 2024-25 season.

The All-Big 12 member led TCU with averages of 19.7 points, 9.7 rebounds and 2.9 blocks over the 2023-24 season. Prince only played 21 games due to a fractured right ring finger suffered in the Horned Frogs’ game against Baylor on Jan. 3.

Prince started her college career in 2018 at Texas but sat out her freshman year with a broken left leg. She then transferred to Oregon, sitting out the 2019-20 season after not being given immediate eligibility.

After playing in 49 games over two seasons from 2020-22, Prince sat out again in 2022-23 with a torn ligament in her elbow before transferring to TCU. Even after the 2023-24 season, Prince has still only actually played in three seasons, so she was granted one more year to reach the four the NCAA allows.

“Following months of uncertainty, the NCAA ended up granting me a hardship waiver, the chance to play one final year, my year, the year I deserve, to play for the one coach who has ever truly believed in me, for a program that made me feel whole again and for a university that I am beyond proud to represent,” said Prince on her eligibility status.

Head coach Mark Campbell now has a much better idea of what the 2024-25 roster will look like. Sydney HarrisVictoria FloresJade ClackBre’Yon White and Paige Bradley all hit the transfer portal, but the Frogs have eight players they feel can get rotational minutes.

Here is the projected lineup for TCU women’s basketball next season:


With such a strong roster, expect the Frogs to be projected towards the top of the Big 12 for the 2024-25 season. Having five scholarship spots remaining, expect Campbell and staff to continue to be active in the transfer portal. There is a need for depth, like a back up center or an additional forward, that would fit what the team is looking for.

Campbell used the portal to build a lot of the roster last season, so he is familiar with the offseason process. With a 13 year improvement in year one, coming to play as a Horned Frog has become a desirable destination.

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