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The indoor pools at the University Recreation Center are empty after a routine maintenance check turned into a construction project (Lucy Puente / TCU 360)

TCU Recreation Center pool closed ahead of swim and dive season

By Raines Nagel, Staff WriterPublished September 28, 2022
The University Recreation Center pool is under construction due to structural issues just over one week before the start of TCU swimming and diving season.
Sophomore Gracie Morris (left) broke the TCU womens mile record with a time of 4:40.81 at the Big 12 Championships on Feb. 26, 2022. (Photo courtesy of gofrogs.com)

Women’s teams lead charge in big weekend for TCU Athletics

By Colin PostPublished March 1, 2022

While many eyes were on men's basketball and their upset of No. 9 Texas Tech or baseball and their sweep of Nebraska, a multitude of women's sports quietly found success for TCU Athletics this weekend. Three...

Swimming and diving teams dominate in home opener

Swimming and diving teams dominate in home opener

By TCU 360Published September 22, 2019

TCU dominated UTPB in their 2019 home opener. Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com. The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams won their first meet of the season Friday afternoon, besting the UT-Permian...

Dayne Odendaal, a first-year transfer, comes all the way from Durban, South Africa. The TCU swimmer and hopeful Olympian is living the dream of a Division 1 athlete. Photo by TCU360

Winchester looks to shift swim and dive program in new direction as postseason approaches

By Hunter IncePublished February 17, 2019

The team has found success after getting their third coach in three years. Photo courtesy: GoFrogs Insightful, exciting, and foundational were all words used to describe TCU swimming and diving's...

Athletics Weekend Roundup: equestrian triumphs, swim and dive falters, and womens golf finishes strong

Athletics Weekend Roundup: equestrian triumphs, swim and dive falters, and women’s golf finishes strong

By Benton McDonald and Jonathan AbrahamPublished November 5, 2018

Equestrian  The sixth-ranked TCU equestrian team defeated No. 8 Oklahoma State, 11-9, on Friday as they earned all four Most Outstanding Performer Honors in the victory and came back from a late deficit...

Yazmeen Ryan makes a tackle against Baylor on September 28, 2018. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto.

TCU Athletics Weekend Roundup

By Benton McDonald and Nick StephensPublished October 8, 2018

TCU Athletics had another full weekend with five teams competing in action across the country. Soccer It's amazing what a difference a week can make. After a difficult 1-0 loss at Baylor...

TCU vs UT Permian Basin Swimming and Diving meet in Fort Worth, Texas on September 23, 2017. (Photo by/Sharon Ellman) (Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com)

TCU head swimming and diving coach Sam Busch put on administrative leave

By Garrett PodellPublished February 2, 2018

TCU director of intercollegiate athletics Jeremiah Donati announced Thursday that head swimming and diving coach Sam Busch has been placed on administrative leave, and assistant coach Keith Dawley has...

TCU welcomed six new inductees into the Letterman Hall of Fame Thursday night.

TCU Lettermen’s Association inducts 50th class, includes 2 active coaches

By Garrett PodellPublished October 20, 2017

TCU Lettermen’s Association added to its list of distinguished athletes Thursday with a class of inductees that included two active coaches. Director of Volleyball Jill Kramer (Volleyball) and graduate...

Sam Busch coaches up one of his swimmers at Virginia. (Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com)

Swimming and diving hires new head coach

By Jonathan PickellPublished August 22, 2017

TCU has hired the former assistant coach at the University of Virginia (UVA) to be the next swimming and diving head coach. Sam Busch, who spent the past four years at UVA, is replacing Richard Sybesma,...

TCU Swimming vs Iowa State at the University Recreation Center on the TCU campus in Fort Worth, Texas on November 4, 2016.  Photo courtesy of GoFrogs.com

TCU swimming and diving coach retires

By Garrett PodellPublished June 17, 2017

The longest tenured head coach in TCU history, head swimming and diving coach Richard Sybesma, has announced his retirement. “I have reached a point in my life where I need to put myself, family and...

Dayne Odendaal, a first-year transfer, comes all the way from Durban, South Africa. The TCU swimmer and hopeful Olympian is living the dream of a Division 1 athlete. Photo by TCU360

South African swimmer diving into TCU

By Robbie FuellingPublished February 28, 2017

  For many TCU students, this is their second semester of the year. For Dayne Odendaal, this is his first. The first-year transfer comes all the way from Durban, South Africa. The TCU swimmer...

Horned Frog seniors set for senior day(Photo by Michael Clements)

TCU swimming and diving to host No. 3/4 Texas on Senior Night

By Branson NelsonPublished February 2, 2017

The men and women's swimming and diving team will celebrate senior night on Friday against nationally ranked Texas--TCU's final event of the regular season. The Seniors: Ashley Dyke: Charlotte, North...

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