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TCU Club Tennis Co-President Kinh Pham, a senior accounting and finance major, playing in a tournament at Baylor University. Photo courtesy of JD Manko.

TCU Club Tennis looking to make nationals this year

By Trevor Matthews, Staff WriterPublished September 16, 2022
The coed team has more than 40 active members who practice weekly.
The TCU Women’s Club Basketball Team came in first at the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) Women’s Southern Conference Tournament on Feb. 19-20.

TCU women’s club basketball wins first at conference tournament

By Alexis BerryPublished March 4, 2022

The TCU Women’s Club Basketball Team was not a team in 2020. Now, they are first in the Southern Conference. The team came in first at the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association...

Players on the TCU Esports Valorant team playing in the 2022 Esports Iron Skillet, FEBRUARY 19, 2022 (Tristen Smith / TCU360)

New skillet, new era: TCU, SMU Esports teams compete in-person for the first time

By Tristen SmithPublished March 1, 2022

TCU students will get to see a battle for the Iron Skillet in both spring and fall every year, no longer just in football. A new era of the historical cross-town rivalry began last weekend when the...

2021 TCU Esports Project. (Courtesy of Asa Tuten)

Creating a legacy: Tuten talks TCU Esports competitions, funding and more

By JD PellsPublished January 22, 2022

A senior computer science major who's also president of TCU's Esports club lobbied and recruited so the club can one day turn into a varsity-level program. In 2021, the Esports club operated teams...

The TCU rowing team at a sunset practice (Photo courtesy of TCU rowing Instagram)

TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks

By Ryann BoothPublished May 4, 2021

One TCU club team has managed to grow and come together amid an unprecedented year. The TCU Rowing Team grew in size and became one "resilient family" as they adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic while...

The University Recreation Center. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

TCU club sports return to play amid pandemic

By Kai GradyPublished September 24, 2020

Club Tennis Package from TCU Student Media on Vimeo. All club sports have returned to campus this semester despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Mary Ellen Milam, the associate director of programs at...

Hockey drops 2-game series to DBU

Hockey drops 2-game series to DBU

By Camryn AlmeidoPublished January 25, 2020

Struggling to take control of the puck and find good shots, TCU Ice Hockey fell on two consecutive nights to Dallas Baptist. The Horned Frogs lost 3-1 on Friday night and 5-2 on Saturday night. The...

Hockey riding 4-game win streak into weekend

Hockey riding 4-game win streak into weekend

By Camryn AlmeidoPublished January 24, 2020

The TCU Ice Hockey team is riding a four-game win streak into this weekend's matchups with DBU. Photo courtesy of TCU Ice Hockey's Facebook page. Though the TCU Hockey team faced immense adversity...

TCU club baseball team after one of their games.
 Photo courtesy of Jeremy Fox.

Competing in sports at TCU isn’t just for NCAA players

By Katherine GriffithPublished December 8, 2019

With just 347 Division I schools in the U.S., most student-athletes who want to play their sport at the top level will never get that opportunity. Instead, many prospective college athletes compete...

Gymnastics club president builds team to national title contention

Gymnastics club president builds team to national title contention

By Corrine PenningtonPublished October 29, 2019

TCU's gymnastics club has come a long way in two years. In 2017, there was only one member on the team. Now, they're TCU's first club team to win a national title. Abbie Moore giving teammate...

A general view of atmosphere appears at Spalding Basketball’s “Arena to Driveway” competition, on Friday, Aug. 17, 2012 in the Queens Borough of New York. 18-year-old Carlos Mayorga was selected to receive a basketball court makeover courtesy of Spalding, the official supplier of NBA hoops and basketballs. (Photo by Brian Ach/Invision for Spaulding/AP Images)

Women’s club basketball team aims to boost confidence

By Drew MitchellPublished October 21, 2019

Two TCU students are in the process of starting a women's club basketball team with hopes to bolster women's courage. Sophomore Kynnedi Rone, a strategic communication and sociology double major, and...

TCU Polo president opens club to everyone

TCU Polo president opens club to everyone

By Corrine PenningtonPublished October 9, 2019

Students interested in learning to ride a horse can do so by playing polo for TCU. TCU's polo team practicing. Photo by Corrine Pennington. The TCU Polo team is now welcoming all students, regardless...

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