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Dear TCU Recruits and Fans,

2010 Track and Field Schedule Indoor Season Date Meet D. 12 Texas A&M Reveille J. 16 Texas A&M Invitational J. 22-23 Razorback Invitational J. 29 Lobo Challenge F. 12-13 Tyson Invitational F. 25-27 MWC Championships M. 5-6 Last Chance Meet M. 12-13 NCAA Indoor Championships Outdoor Season Date Meet M. 19-20 Horned Frog Invitational M. 27 UTA Invitational M. 31 Texas Relays A. 1-3 Texas Relays A. 10 North Texas Invitational A. 16-17 TCU Invitational A. 16-18 Mt. SAC Relays A. 22-24 Penn Relays A. 23-24 Oklahoma Invitational M. 1 Texas Invitational M. 13-15 MWC Outdoor Championships M. 27-29 NCAA Regional J. 9-12 NCAA Outdoor Championships

Location College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Fayetteville, Ark. Albuquerque, N.M. Fayetteville, Ark. Albuquerque, N.M. Ames, Iowa Fayetteville, Ark.

Location Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Denton, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Walnut, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Norman, Okla. Austin, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Austin, Texas Eugene, Ore.

Hello from the Lowdon Track and Field Complex. It is amazing to think that I have already been here for six years. Many times, people ask me what drove me to TCU and, obviously, it is impossible to answer that question with just one answer, but I can tell you that the history TCU has in track and field comes to mind. Looking back over TCUʼs track history brings a smile to my face. There have been seven individual National Champions, seven relay NCAA Champions and 237 All-Americans. The Flyinʼ Frogs are also home to the fastest 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams in NCAA history. TCU continues to produce Olympians and world-class track and field athletes. In the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, TCU had four athletes compete: Michael Frater, Kim Collins, Lewis Banda and Virgil Hodge. This past summer, current senior Jessica Young represented the United States at the IAAF World Championships, while Hodge, Collins and Frater also competed in Germany. With that success in hand, I am honored to be the head coach at such a prestigious university and look forward to adding to that success. I feel we have enriched our history over the last six years. During that time, we have won 77 Mountain West Conference Championships, had 62 All-Americans and been tabbed the fastest sprint program in the nation in the Track and Field News Annual Relay Rankings. There have been so many people who have contributed to our success and been part of some special moments at this track. We appreciate all you have done and hope that you will continue to support our program. Another year is upon us and more championship opportunities are ahead of us. We look forward to seeing all of you at our two home meets this season.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Information

2010 Breakdown

TCU Introduction ______________________1 Table of Content ______________________2 Quick Facts __________________________3 Media Relations ______________________4

Coaching Staff/Support

This Is TCU Track & Field This is TCU Track ____________________6-7 National Champion Program____________8-9 All-American Program ______________10-11 Mountain West Program ____________12-13 An Olympic Program ________________14-15 An Academic Program ______________16-17 Hall of Fame Program ______________18-19 An All-Time Great __________________20-21 National Attention __________________22-23 The TCU Complex ________________24-25 TCU Campus ____________________26-27 Fort Worth/Metroplex ______________28-29 TCU Facilities ________________________30 A Closer Look ________________________31 The Anderson Timeline ______________32-33 MWC Championships ______________34-35 All-Americans Under Anderson ________36-37

2010 Season Outlook ______________39-42 2010 Roster ______________________43-44

Head Coach Darryl Anderson ________46-48 Assistant Coach John Kenneson ________49 Assistant Coach Shawn Winget __________50 Assistant Coach D. Darling/N. Petersen __51 Support Staff ______________________52-53 TCU Chancellor ______________________54 TCU Athletics Director ________________55

Athlete Profiles Horned Frog Profiles ________________57-77 Horned Frog Profiles/Team Photo ________78 The Mountain West Conference__________79

2009 Track Review

Indoor Recap ____________________80-87 Outdoor Recap ____________________88-99

2009 Cross Country Review

Cross Country Recaps ____________101-104

All-Time Records

Complex Records____________________106 School Records ____________________107 NCAA Results ______________________108 All-Americans __________________109-110 Relay History ______________________111 Indoor Top 10____________________112-113 Outdoor Top 10 __________________114-115 Bridging the Past & Present ________116-117 Top Outdoor Performances ____________118 Conference Indoor Performances ______119 Conference Indoor Champions ________120 Conference Outdoor Finishes __________121 Conference Outdoor Champions ________122 Conference Cross Country ____________123

TCU Historic Outlook

Penn Relays ________________________124 Texas Relays ______________________125 All-Time Roster __________________126-127 TCU Olympians ____________________128

All-Time Greats

2010 Introduction ____________________130 T. Allen/L. Banda/J. Brown ____________131 B. Collins/M. Cannon/J. Collins ________132 K. Collins/C. Dillon/D. Delaney__________133 J. Drummond/A. Edwards/P. Epps ______134 M. Frater/J. Holloway/B. Howard ________135 J. Jackson/K. Kangogo/J. Langat________136 C. Leland/O. McDaniel/H. Porter ________137 D. Powell/J. Reynolds/K. Robinson ______138 G. Sholars/A. Smith/R. Stewart ________139 R. Tatum/R. Williams/R. Williams ________140 S. Williams/R. Allison/D. Crudup ________141 L. Ford/D. Harmon/V. Hodge __________142 G. Jackson/T. Hackney/N. John ________143 D. Jones/G. Keitany/C. Kelley __________144 M.Kinyanjui/B. McDonald/K. Paul ______145 E. Smith/D. Thomas/M. Twum __________146 S. Wadsworth-Ferguson ______________147

National Championship Relays

All-Time Relay Introduction ____________149 1983: 4x4 National Champions ________150 1986: TCUʼs First 4x100 Title __________151 1987: Two Straight For TCU____________152 1989: Stewartʼs Big Finish ____________153 1991: Born To Lead __________________154 1995: TCU Nips LSU By .01____________155 2000: TCUʼs First Indoor Crown ________156

Season Information

2010 Qualifying Standards ________158-159 Home Meet Information ______________160 TCU Alma Mater/Traditions ____________161 MWC Conference____________________162 TCU Compliance ____________________163 Athletics Website ____________________164

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TCU QUICK FACTS/MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS Quick Facts General Information

School ________________________________________________TCU Location ____________________________________Fort Worth, Texas Founded ______________________________________________1873 Enrollment ____________________________________________8,749 Nickname ______________________________________Horned Frogs Colors ________________________________________Purple & White Conference ____________________________________Mountain West Chancellor ______________________________Dr. Victor Boschini, Jr. Faculty Representative__________________________Rhonda Hatcher Director of Athletics ____________________________Chris Del Conte

Track and Field Staff

Head Coach __________________________Darryl Anderson (6th year) Alma Mater ________________________________Kansas State, 1983 Assistant Coach ______________________John Kenneson (6th year) Alma Mater ______________________________Missouri State, 1982 Assistant Coach ________________________Shawn Winget (3rd year) Alma Mater ____________________________Abilene Christian, 1993 Assistant Coach__________________________Nic Petersen (1st year) Alma Mater __________________________________Nebraska, 2006 Assistant Coach ________________________Dennis Darling (1st year) Alma Mater ____________________________________Houston, 2000

Track and Field Program

Inaugural Season ______________________________________1923 Seasons of Track & Field__________________________________87th Facility __________________________Lowdon Track & Field Complex Capacity______________________________________________5,000

2009 Team Finishes Men's MWC Indoor ____________________________________________5th NCAA Indoor____________________________________________N/A MWC Outdoor __________________________________________2nd NCAA Midwest Outdoor Regional __________________________17th NCAA Outdoor__________________________________________67th MWC Cross Country ______________________________________6th Regional Cross Country __________________________________N/A NCAA Cross Country ____________________________________N/A Women's MWC Indoor ____________________________________________2nd NCAA Indoor ________________________________________T-22nd MWC Outdoor __________________________________________2nd NCAA Midwest Outdoor Regional ____________________________4th NCAA Outdoor__________________________________________35th MWC Cross Country ______________________________________7th Regional Cross Country __________________________________N/A NCAA Cross Country ____________________________________N/A

Media Guide Credits

Media Relations TCU Media Relations Contact

Contact ________________________________________Matt Hoover Office Phone____________________________________817/257-5299 Cell Phone ____________________________________817/343-9914 Fax __________________________________________817/257-7964 Email ____________________________________m.hoover@tcu.edu Mailing Address ______________________________TCU Box 297600 ____________________________________Fort Worth, Texas 76129 Website ____________________________________www.gofrogs.com

2010 Track and Field Schedule 2010 Track & Field Schedule Indoor Season Date Meet D. 12 Texas A&M Reveille J. 16 Texas A&M Invitational J. 22-23 Razorback Invitational J. 29 Lobo Challenge F. 12-13 Tyson Invitational F. 25-27 MWC Championships M. 5-6 Last Chance Meet M. 12-13 NCAA Indoor Championships Outdoor Season Date Meet M. 19-20 Horned Frog Invitational M. 27 UTA Invitational M. 31 Texas Relays A. 1-3 Texas Relays A. 10 North Texas Invitational A. 16-17 TCU Invitational A. 16-18 Mt. SAC Relays A. 22-24 Penn Relays A. 23-24 Oklahoma Invitational M. 1 Texas Invitational M. 13-15 MWC Outdoor Championships M. 27-29 NCAA Regional J. 9-12 NCAA Outdoor Championships

Location College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Fayetteville, Ark. Albuquerque, N.M. Fayetteville, Ark. Albuquerque, N.M. Ames, Iowa Fayetteville, Ark.

EDITORIAL: The 2010 TCU Track & Field Media Guide is a publication of the TCU Media Relations Department. The guide was written, edited and designed by Matt Hoover, Assistant Director of Media Relations. Cover design by Matt Hoover. Editorial contributions by Darryl Anderson and John Kenneson. Special thanks to past media relations staffs, Michael Clements, Andy Anderson, Jaime Handy, Brandi Davidson, Jessica Guillory, Tamara Sherrod, Melissa Reynolds, Will Morris, Robyn Wright, Scott Kull, Andrea Nordmann, Horatio Porter, Bill Collins, Greg Blackwell and the TCU Track & Field Staff for their help in the compilation of material. PHOTOGRAPHY: Linda Kaye, Scott Bjornlie, Anthony Vasser, Michael Clements, Keith Robinson, Jaren Wilkey, Ron Jones, Nick Borns, Gervaise McCraw of The Sporting Image, Lee OʼConnor, Matt Hoover, Ryan Schulz, Mark Shearman, Daniel Vammen, C.W. Pack Sports and the Fort Worth Convention & Visitorʼs Bureau, Joe Rimkus Jr./Miami Herald/MCT, Horatio Porter, Bill Collins, Sol Neelman and Kirby Lee. PRINTING: Cockrell Printing, Fort Worth, Texas

Location Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Denton, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Walnut, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Norman, Okla. Austin, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Austin, Texas Eugene, Ore.

ORDERING: The 2010 TCU Track & Field Media Guide may be purchased at the TCU Athletics Ticket office for $15 (please add $3 for shipping and handling).

Media Relations Information Director Assistant Director Assistant Director Assistant Director Assistant Director Graduate Assistant Student Assistant Student Assistant Student Assistant Student Assistant Student Assistant Student Assistant

Mark Cohen Joe Monaco Andy Anderson Brandie Davidson Matt Hoover Jaime Handy Vicky Watson Chase Iles Michelle Altenberg Cyr Melissa Reynolds Will Morris Tamara Sherrod

Mailing Address

TCU Box 297600 Fort Worth, TX 76129

Shipping Address

2900 Stadium Drive Fort Worth, TX 76129

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TCU MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Media Relations Department

2009-10 TCU Media Relations Staff

The TCU Athletics Media Relations Department thanks you for your interest in TCU track and field. Matt Hoover is the TCU track and field contact. The athletic media relations office is located in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum and maintains information on all current student-athletes, as well as historical information on previous student-athletes and the program in general. The office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. The office number is 817/257-7969 and the fax number is 817/257-7964.

Mark Cohen

Joe Monaco

Andy Anderson

Brandie Davidson

Matt Hoover

Jaime Handy

• Director of Media Relations • Football • Womenʼs Golf

• Asst. Director of Media Relations • Menʼs Basketball • Menʼs Golf • Web

Attending Meets

All home meets are held at the Lowdon Track Complex on the campus of TCU. Media interested in attending meets should contact Matt Hoover to obtain a credential.

• Asst. Director of Media Relations • Secondary Football • Womenʼs Basketball • Menʼs Tennis

Media Information

Prior to each meet, members of the media will receive meet notes previewing the upcoming event as well as featuring the latest news and results in TCU track and field. The media will also receive complete results from each meet. Additional information, including statistics and meet results are available on TCUʼs athletics website, www.gofrogs.com. All interviews of athletes and coaches must be coordinated through the TCU media relations department. Interview requests must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance. Phone interviews for out-of-town media can also be arranged.Interviews can be arranged depending on the student-athletes/coaches availability and are conducted in the media relations office or at the Lowdon Track Complex. Coaches and athletes are made available after home events. Please notify Matt Hoover of your request prior to the conclusion of the meet.

Media Credentials

Any media wishing to cover a TCU home track & field meet needs to contact Matt Hoover in the Media Relations office in writing or by phone to receive a media credential to the competition. Requests should be received by noon on Friday prior to the Saturday meet.

Internet

The media and general public can also access information on all of TCUʼs athletic programs at TCUʼs official athletics web site, www.gofrogs.com. Revamped during the summer of 2008, www.gofrogs.com, features statistics, facts and results on every intercollegiate sport at TCU. You can also listen and watch live TCU athletic events through TCU All-Access.

Photographers

At virtually any track and field competition, photographers wishing to work must adhere to strict guidelines. Photographers may shoot from anywhere off the track, provided they are not blocking the view of any paying spectator. While shooting from the side, photographers are asked to stay safely away from the competition area. Furthermore, photographers are required to move if any activity approaches the area in which they occupy. Even officials have full authority to remove any photographer who is deemed in an unsafe area or is hindering the administering of any event. Any photographer failing to adhere to these policies may be asked to leave the competition venue. At all times, photographers are asked not to block the views of any paying spectators, athletes, officials or other media members.

Mountain West Conference Media Relations

Contact Chelsea Guetz (cguetz@themwc.com), Mountain West Conference Assistant Director of Championships/Communications for any information concerning MWC track & field. The MWC office number is 719/488-4040.

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• Asst. Director of Media Relations • Soccer • Cross Country • Equestrian • Track & Field • Graphic Design

• Asst. Director of Media Relations • Volleyball • Baseball • Rifle

• Graduate Assistant • Womenʼs Tennis • Swimming & Diving

TCU MISSION STATEMENT • Focuses on the well-being of the student-athlete. • Provides Division I programs for men and women in which the participants have a successful competitive experience. • Supports a meaningful academic experience leading to graduation. • Develops support for the University among its constituents. • Is committed to the philosophy and principles of the NCAA, Mountain West Conference and the University. • Is committed to provide equitable opportunities for all student-athletes and athletic department personnel, including women and minorities.

Just TCU Though the TCU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is a proud and integral part of Texas Christian University, it desires to be recognized simply as TCU (acronym only) athletics. Therefore, in all sports-related media references, we respectfully urge that the university's teams be identified with an appropriate appellation - TCU. In subsequent references of the same presentation, the team may be referred to by nickname - Horned Frogs. A shorter version of the nickname, Frogs, is acceptable in later usage.

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THIS IS TCU TRACK The Nation’s Best Relays Have Resided At TCU TCU has been without question one of the most decorated track and field programs in the NCAA during its 87 years of existence. The facts are simple, the Flyinʼ Frogs have produced the fastest 4x100 and 4x200 menʼs relay teams in the history of the NCAA. The past four seasons alone, TCU has been represented well at the NCAA Championships. In 2006-2007, TCU sent all four relay units to the Outdoor National Championships. In 2008, TCUʼs 4x400 finished second overall in the NCAA during the indoor season, while the menʼs 4x100 garnered All-America honors in the spring. Last season saw the Flyinʼ Frogs womenʼs 4x400 finish fourth overall during the indoor season, while the menʼs 4x100 earned All-America accolades to close out the 2009 campaign at the NCAA Outdoor Chamionships. Simply put, TCU has put on the track some of the most dominate relays and will continue to do so for many years.

Jessica Young - 2009 Women’s 100 meters Runner-up

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have captured 14 NCAA Titles overall in their program history.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have the fastest 4x100 and 4x200 in NCAA history.

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THIS IS TCU TRACK An All-Around Track and Field Program in Fort Worth, Texas For many years, TCU has been a force nationally in the sprints and relays. TCU now features some of the nationʼs finest talent in the hurdles, jumps, distance and throws area. Since head coach Darryl Anderson began at TCU five years ago the Flyinʼ Frogs have had a National Champion in the 800 meters, a two-time Midwest Regional Champion in the hurdles, a top-three finisher at the NCAAʼs in the triple jump, a 2008 All-American in the menʼs javelin, two 2009 Outdoor AllAmericanʼs in the long and triple jump and several conference champions in non-sprinting events. Last season, saw both Whitney Gipson and Neidra Covington collect All-America honors at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, while Kishelle Paul captued the Midwest Regional Championship for the second-consecutive season in the 400-meter hurdles. At the conference level, TCU won the menʼs discus and womenʼs shot put. The victory in the shot put marked the eighth-straight title TCU has claimed in the womenʼs shot put. Add that Festus Kigen has represented TCU at the 2007 and 2008 NCAA Cross Country Championships and TCU is quickly becoming one of the nationʼs best all-around programs in the country.

Tommy Killen - 2009 MWC Champion Men’s Discus

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The Flyinʼ Frogs had five Olympians at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, which was one of the highest representations among college teams.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have produced 12 Olympians since 2000.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs produced 12 All-America accolades between the outdoor and indoor seasons in 2009.

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAM National Championship History A tradition rarely matched in the sprints and relays. TCU offers nothing less. And the proof is on paper and in the history books. TCU has produced more NCAA Championships in the 400-meter relay than any other school over the last 30-plus years. It all started modestly with a fifth-place finish by the mile relay at the 1973 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Since then, TCU has gradually developed into a force to be reckoned with in collegiate track & field as the school has produced five NCAA Outdoor National Champions in the 4x100-meter relay over the last 20 years. TCU also has produced three individual national champions. Raymond Stewart won two outdoor 100-meter crowns, an indoor 55meter dash title, and ran on two 400-meter relay championship units. Kim Collins won indoor titles in the 60-and 200-meters and anchored the winning 4x100-meter relay team during the outdoor season.

Jackson Langat - 2006 National Champion Men’s 800

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The Flyinʼ Frogsʼ Jackson Langat captured the 2006 NCAA National Championship in the menʼs 800 meters.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have captured two 100 meter titles at the NCAA Championships.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS BY DECADE

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAM National Championship History Success in major college athletics is defined by whether or not a college athletics program can claim a national championship. TCU, with 14 individual and relay national titles, set over three decades, is one of the very few programs that can claim that type of success on the track. The facts are simple, TCU competes for NCAA Championships every year during both the indoor and outdoor seasons. The Horned Frogs have had repeated success on the track and will for years to come under Anderson, who has coached seven Olympians in his 24 years of coaching.

Khadevis Robinson - 1998 NCAA Champion

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have produced seven NCAA titles in both individual events and relays in their history.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have produced 3 NCAA Outdoor titles in their history.

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ALL-AMERICA PROGRAM All-America Honorees At TCU All-America tradition runs deep at TCU. In the 87 years of track and field at TCU, the Flyinʼ Frogs have produced 237 All-Americans. Cy Leland began TCUʼs long line of All-America honors in 1930. Leland, a Texas native, closed out his senior season with a fourth-place finish in the 100 meters at the NCAA meet. Fast forward to the present and TCU is still turning out All-Americans. Since head coach Darryl Anderson came to TCU in 2004, the Frogs have produced 62 All-Americans. With 37 of those 62 All-Americans coming within the past three years, TCU will continue to be a force on the track at the NCAAʼs. In 2008, the Flyinʼ Frogs started the year strong, turning out seven different individuals who collected All-America honors during the indoor season, including a menʼs 4x400 unit that collected runner-up honors at the NCAA Championships. During the outdoor season, TCU was once again prominent in the All-America standings with Mychal Dungey earning All-America honors in the menʼs 200 meters, while Joe Brown and the menʼs 4x100 collected All-America accolades.

Virgil Hodge - Six-Time All-American

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The Flyinʼ Frogsʼ recorded 12 All-America honors during the indoor and outdoor seasons in 2009.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have produced 26 All-America accolades the last two seasons alone.

Last season, TCU dominated during the indoor season with both Jessica Young and the womenʼs 4x400 collecting All-America honors with fourth-place finishes. Young came back during the outdoor season to collect runner-up honors in the womenʼs 100 meters, while Neidra Covington earned her third All-America certificate of her career in the womenʼs triple jump. Freshman Whitney Gipson was also honored following nationals with All-America recognition in the long jump. Finally, the menʼs 4x100 once again finished the outdoor season as All-Americans, Keeping Andersonʼs impressive streak alive, the Flyinʼ Frogs have earned AllAmerica honors in relay action every year he has been head coach in Fort Worth.

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ALL-AMERICA PROGRAM All-America Honorees Under Head Coach Darryl Anderson At TCU • • • • • • • • • • •  • • • • • • • • • • • •

Mychal Dungey - Three-Time All-American

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Lewis Banda (400m - 2006 outdoor) 2006 Menʼs outdoor 4x100 meter relay (Bradley Reed, Otis McDaniel, Justyn Warner, Banda) 2006 Menʼs outdoor 4x400 meter relay (Che Chavez, Delwayne Delaney, Jackson Langat, Banda) Virgil Hodge (200m - 2006 outdoor) 2006 Womenʼs outdoor 4x400 meter relay (Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Kishelle Paul, N. John) Lewis Banda (400m - 2006 indoor) Jackson Langat (800m champion - 2006 indoor) 2006 Menʼs indoor 4x400 meter relay (Banda, Butler, Langat, McDaniel) 2005 Womenʼs outdoor 4x400 meter relay (M. Davis, D. Jones, Harmon, John) 2007 Womenʼs Outdoor 4x100 meter relay (K. Bell, J. Jones, V. Hodge, D. Jones) 2007 Womenʼs Indoor 4x400 meter relay (D. Jones, J. Jones, K. Paul, N. John) Virgil Hodge (200m - 2007 indoor) Virgil Hodge (200m - 2007 outdoor) Jonathan Jackson (triple jump - 2007 outdoor) Virgil Hodge (200 meters - 2008 indoor) Neidra Covington (Triple Jump & Long Jump - 2008 indoor) Jonathan Jackson (Triple Jump - 2008 indoor) 4x400 Menʼs Indoor Relay (Runner-Up) (C, Chavez, Dell Guy C. Henry, M. Love) Mychal Dungey (200 Meters - 2008 outdoor) Joe Brown (Menʼs Javelin - 2008 outdoor) 2008 Menʼs Outdoor 4x100 Relay (Justyn Warner, Mychal Dungey, Andon Mitchell, Otis McDaniel) 2009 Womenʼs Indoor 4x400 Relay (Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Hayley Shade, Jessica Young) 2009 Menʼs Outdoor 4x100 Relay (Justyn Warner, Mychal Dungey, Mark Barnes, Otis McDaniel) Jessica Young (60m - 2009 Indoor) Jessica Young (100m - 2009 Outdoor) Neidra Covington (Triple Jump - 2009 Outdoor) Whitney Gipson (Long Jump - 2009 Outdoor)

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MOUNTAIN WEST PROGRAM Since joining the Mountain West Conference five years ago, TCU has made its presence felt. During both the indoor and outdoor seasons, the Flyinʼ Frogs have made a splash at the conference championship meet, winning numerous awards, setting many all-time records, winning the 2008 conference indoor crown on the womenʼs side and capturing runner-up honors last outdoor season. Overall, the Horned Frogs have placed first 77 different times, including bringing back to Fort Worth 18 event titles last year. In 2009, TCU won eight event titles, set one school record, garnered the Women's Outstanding Performance Award for a second-consecutive year and recorded nine NCAA provisional marks during the indoor season. Fast forward to the outdoor season and the Flyinʼ Frogs lined up and posted 23 NCAA regional qualifying marks, won 10 of 28 events and set seven new complex records and won their eighth-sraight conference shot put title to conclude action at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Championships.

Jessica Young - 2009 MWC Performer of the Meet

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The Flyinʼ Frogsʼwon 18 event-titles between the indoor and outdoor seasons in 2009.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have captured first-place honors at the conference championships 77 different times in five years.

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MOUNTAIN WEST PROGRAM Want more proof on how good TCU has been since joining the MWC? Well, in only four years of competing in the league, the Horned Frogs currently hold 21 conference records. Factor into that the Mountain West Conference has been around since the beginning of the 1999 school year and you can start to see how impressive TCU has been during the MWC event.

Jordan Pitts - Multiple MWC Champion in Hurdles

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The Flyinʼ Frogsʼ have won eightstraight conference championships in the womenʼs shot put.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have recorded 21 Mountain West Conference records since joining the league.

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AN OLYMPIC PROGRAM TCU has not only had unmatched success on the collegiate level, but also on the Olympic level. Since 1923, TCU has been well represented during the Summer Games. TCU has had 12 different Olympians, including Olympic standouts, Kim Collins, Jon Drummond and Khadevis Robinson. Joining Collins, Drummond and Robinson as Olympians are Lewis Banda, Cleavon Dillon, Donovan Powell, Beverly McDonald, Raymond Stewart, Michael Frater, Virgil Hodge and Monica Twum. Overall, TCU has been represented in the 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000 2004, 2008 Olympics. In Athens in 2004, TCUʼs Frater, Robinson, Dillon, Banda and McDonald all represented the Flyinʼ Frogs. Collins was a quarterfinalist in the 100 meters at the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta and finished seventh in the 100 meters at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. Drummond captured Gold at the 2000 Olympic games in the 4x100 meter relay. He was also an entry for the USA in the 100 meters at the 1996 Olympic Games in addition to running a leg on the silver medalist 4x100-meter relay. In 2008, the Flyinʼ Frogs were once again well represented as TCU had five former athletes make the Olympic Games in Beijing.

Virgil Hodge - 2008 Olympian For St. Kitts & Nevis

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The Flyinʼ Frogsʼ have produced 12 Olympians all-time in their history.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs had five Olympians at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

In Beijing, former TCU All-American Michael Frater helped Jamaica break the world record and win gold in the men's 4x100. Frater, who ran the second leg of the relay, teamed with Nesta Carter, Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell to win the gold medal at National Stadium.

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AN OLYMPIC PROGRAM In 2008, Virgil Hodge, a 2008 graduate and six-time All-American, was selected as the St. Kitts & Nevisʼ flag-bearer for the opening ceremonies. Hodge, who competed in her first Olympics, made the quarterfinals in both the 100 and 200 in Beijing. During the games, Kim Collins finished sixth overall in the men's 200-meter finals. Collins, who ran for St. Kitts & Nevis, clocked a time of 20.59 to finish in sixth-place, while Frater just missed earning a medal in the men's 100-meter finals at the 2008 Olympics, finishing sixth overall with a personal-best time of 9.97 seconds. Overall, in the 100-meter finals in Beijing, TCU was represented by two former athletes. Both Collins and Frater were ranked in the top-5 of the IAAF World Standings throughout the year. At the USA Trials in Eugene, Ore., former Flyin' Frog Khadevis Robison's bid for a second-straight Olympics in the 800 meters fell short at Hayward Field. Robinson, who was passed at the line by a diving Christian Smith of Nike, clocked a time of 1:45.53 to place fourth overall and just miss a qualifying spot on the Olympic team.

Michael Frater - 2008 Gold Medalist & Olympic Record Holder

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The Flyinʼ Frogsʼ have won two gold medals all-time at the Olympics.

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Michael Frater was the lone Flyinʼ Frog to win the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. He also helped set a world record in China.

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Virgil Hodge was the lone Flyinʼ Frog to carry her countries flag into the opening ceremonies.

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AN ACADEMIC PROGRAM Flyin’ Frogs Also Excel In Classrom Before practice, before the trainerʼs room, before watching film, there are the books. Up early, up late, TCU student-athletes strive for excellence in the classroom, just as they do on the playing field. The Horned Frogs had representatives from 15 athletic programs that received Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athletes laurels last spring, including three from menʼs and women's track and field and six from menʼs and womenʼs cross country. In 2008, former TCU great Joe Brown was named to the 2008 U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) men's Division I All-Academic Track and Field team. This past summer, graduated senior Meaghan Peoples was recognized as part of the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division I Womenʼs All-Academic Track and Field team. As a team in 2009, the TCU women's track and field team was recognized as a U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division I All-Academic Track and Field team. In 2007, McKale Davis was selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District VI Women's Cross Country/Track and Field Team. On the menʼs side, Michael Frater was named a Third-Team Academic All-American in 2003, while Joe Brown collected first-team honors in 2006.

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The Flyinʼ Frogsʼ have produced 22 MWC Scholar-Athletes the last two springs.

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AN ACADEMIC PROGRAM Joe Brown - 2008 MWC Scholar Athlete Of The Year

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The Flyinʼ Frogsʼ Joe Brown is the only TCU student-athlete ever to win the MWC Scholar Athlete of the Year award.

In 2008, Flyinʼ Frog great Joe Brown was named the 2007-08 Mountain West Conference Male Student-Athlete of the Year by the league office. By winning the award, Brown became the first TCU athlete to be named Mountain West Conference Student-Athlete of the Year. This past summer, the TCU men's cross country team earned the NCAA Public Recognition Award. A total of 205 institutions, out of 331 Division I colleges and universities, placed at least one team on the top APR list. TCU's cross country team was the only Mountain West Conference representative from that sport.

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HALL OF FAME PROGRAM When one breaks down the success that the TCU Track and Field program has accomplished during its 87 years, a few things stand out. Overall, the Flyinʼ Frogs have produced 23 inductees into the TCU Hall of Fame, while also having one of the most storied relay programs in the country. In 2008, former TCU greats Carey Johnson, Ralston Wright, Jon Drummond and Horatio Porter were honored as part of the 2008 Wall of Fame class at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. With their induction, they joined TCUʼs 1986 4x200 relay squad on the Penn Relays Wall of Fame. Johnson, Wright, Drummond and Porter were part of a 4x100 relay team in 1991 that set a 10-year Penn Relays record, winning the event in 38.80 seconds. It was the first sub-39 college 4x100 at that time. Overall, TCUʼs 23 inductees into the TCU Hall of Fame has accomplished many things, including being part of several Olympics, collecting multiple All-America honors, while still holding several school/national records.

Khadevis Robinson - 2009 TCU Hall Of Fame

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The Flyinʼ Frogs have 23 TCU Hall of Fame inductees.

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HALL OF FAME PROGRAM TCU HALL OF FAME FIRST Edward Eugene Bill Jon Phillip Judge A.D. Jack Cy James Beverly Ross Horatio Col. Wm. V. "Blue" Khadevis Eugene Greg Raymond Harry Donna Bubba Julius Jewell Kenneth L.C. "Pete"

LAST GRAD YEAR INDUCTED AS Briscoe 1924 Track & Field Collins 1975 Track & Field Drummond 1991 Track & Field Epps 1982 Track & Field Green 1920 Tennis, Track, Football Langdon 1934 Track, Football Leland 1930 Track & Field Maness 1985 Football, Track McDonald 1993 Track & Field Montgomery 1969 Track, Football Porter 1992 Track & Field Rattan 1913 Baseball, Fooball, Track Robinson 1998 Track & Field Schmidt 1950 Track, Basketball Sholars 1989 Track & Field Stewart 1989 Track & Field Taylor 1927 Baseball, Basketball, Foot, Track Thomas Wilson 1985 W. Track & Field Thornton 1969 Track, Football Truelson 1935 Basketball, Tennis, Football, Track Wallace 1935 Track & Field Wineburg 1957 Baseball, Football, Track Wright 1910 Track, Football

PENN RELAYS WALL OF FAME 1986 4x200 Meter Relay Team 1991 4x100 Meter Relay Team

Enshrined in 2001 Enshrined in 2008

USA TRACK AND FIELD MASTERS HALL OF FAME Bill Collins

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AN ALL-TIME GREAT Bill Collins is recognized as one of TCUʼs first great sprinters. The Mount Vernon, New York, native captured two Southwest Conference 100-yard titles in 1974 and 1975. He also won the 60-yard dash crown at the SWC Indoor Championship in 1975. The ʻFleet Frogʼ finished with career best marks of 9.3 seconds and 20.7 seconds in the 100 and 200 events respectively. He gained allAmerica recognition in the 60-yard dash (indoors) in 1974, and on the 4x100 meter relay team in 1975. Collins played a key role on one of TCUʼs early great relay quartets that ran a conference record 3:18.9 in the 1975 indoor mile relay. He also aided the 1973 sprint relay that set a then-school record of 40.9. Collins still has not given up running and has remained active in agegroup track and field and has held several national age-group sprint marks. In 2006, Collins was named the USATF Masters Athlete of the Year. In 2003 he was inducted into the USA Track & Field Masters Hall of Fame. Collins owns more than 141 masters national titles, 33 world masters crowns and has set nearly 47 world records during his remarkable Masters career. In November of 2006, he was recognized as the IAAF Male Masters Athlete of the Year at the annual IAAF Gala in Monaco.

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Collins was recognized as the IAAF Male Masters Athlete of the Year in 2006.

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QUICK HITS Age: 59 Titles: 141 National Indoor and Outoor tiles World Championships: 33 World Championships Records: 47 world records.

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AN ALL-TIME GREAT What did you enjoy most about your time at TCU? “Those were the early years and we really didn't have much to work with. We ran on a very hard red clay and dirt track. We had almost no weightroom to speak of and in those days everything was standard. But we had a group of guys and a coach in the late Guy Shaw Thompson that made you feel at home. For me being from New York and thousands of miles away, it took some adjustment. But I couldn't have picked a better place to make that adjustment. It was just a fun place to learn and participate in sports. Everyone took me in as if I was family. I had made a promise to Guy Shaw months before coming to TCU that the school may not be much now (1969), but in years to come this track program would become one of the best in the nation.” What was it about TCU that prepared you most for the rest of your life? “Hard work does pay off and life is not always going to be a bed of roses, but stay in the fight and the outcome can be more than you anticipated. Enjoy the moments because they will become part of your history that you can look back on and grow.” Do you still follow the TCU program? “Yes, all the sports.” What are your impressions of the program coach Darryl Anderson is building at TCU? “Coach Anderson is one of the best coaches in the United States. I love what he has brought to TCU. He is now on his way to building the program back to the heights we as Horned Frogs have come accustomed to.” You are widely considered one of the best Masters runners ever in the history of the sport, does that mean anything to you? “The greatness which has come from my athletic career are the relationships I have developed over the years, which means more to me than all the awards that I have received. People are what makes this world go round and I have been able to develop friendships with people around the world that would not have been capable without track. I love the sport of track and field and the Masters level is an experience I wish all could enjoy.” You have accomplished so much in your career, what would you consider your biggest accomplishment? “There are three that stand out in my career.” 1. Mount Vernon High School 1969/1970: I was the only athlete in the history of the state championship to win the 100 and 200 two years in-a-row. 2. TCU 1975: I was the high point total person at the Southwest Conference meet. 3. Masters 2006: I was named the WMA/IAAF Male Athlete of the Year in the world. In 2003, you were inducted into the USA Track and Field Masters Hall of Fame, does that mean anything to you? “It was a great honor and a proud moment to know that my peers thought that much of me to put me in on the first ballot. I had two previous awards that are very high on my awards list, which made this one easier to handle. The 1994 TCU Lettermen's Hall of Fame induction was by far one of the most exciting because it was the first time my family got to come to TCU. In 2001, I was inducted into the Westchester Sports Hall of Frame and all of my teammates from high school, my old coaches and friends/family were in attendance. It was great. Looking back on your career at TCU, what do you consider your biggest accomplishment collegiately? “First and foremost was getting my degree. The exciting moments were when I broke the school 100-yard dash record that had stood for what seemed like 50 years. I got so many letters from old TCU greats from years past. It was great. Another one would be winning my first conference title. Tthe look on Guy Shaw's face still stays with me even today. I knew the Flyinʼ Frogs were here to stay. The relays were also an accomplishment because it brought the team together. We were a small school and to be able to beat the likes of Texas, Arkansas, Texas A&M and others was the greatest feeling one could have. At meets we came in a station wagon and they showed up in bus loads!”

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NATIONAL ATTENTION Flyin’ Frogs In The National Spotlight Media attention at TCU is no stranger to the Track and Field program. Through the years, TCU has been featured on the cover of the prestigious Track and Field News magazine three times, while also garnering attention on ESPN and several other national print outlets. In 2006, the Flyinʼ Frogs were honored by Track and Field News as having the top relay team in the country. In 2008, three-time All-American Jonathan Jackson was featured on ESPN.com, while Virgil Hodge was featured by the BBC in a monthly interview titled, The Road to Beijing, during the Olympics. Last season saw the Flyinʼ Frogs once again represented in the world and national spotlight as Jessica Young represented TCU on BBC World at the IAAF 2009 World Championships. The Purple and White also appeared on Flotrack.org and several other Internet and print news outlets.

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MEDIA EXPOSURE Really, TCUʼs media coverage is unmatched on the Division I level. Overall, the Horned Frog Track and Field program has been featured on the Mtn., the BBC, CBS College Sports, Flotrack, ESPN and ESPN 2 just in the past year. Simply put, TCUʼs national attention through the years is unwavering and spans all across the world.

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THE TCU COMPLEX Made possible by the generosity of long-time TCU supporters Robert and Maria Lowdon, this all-purpose facility allows the TCU track and field program to take on the nationʼs finest collegiate competition on its home turf. The facility was officially dedicated October 25, 1999, and boasts the fastest running surface available today, an all-weather Rekortan track that gives TCUʼs already phenomenal sprints program the chance to post even faster times. The most visible long-term impact on the program may have been the addition of an outstanding area for throwing and jumping events, including recently adding two hammer throw cages. It enabled TCU to pursue excellence in the field events and afforded the chance for the Horned Frogs to add to a rich heritage built primarily on sprinting greatness. The complex hosted the 2008 Mountain West Conference Championships and boasts one of the most advanced track and field scoreboards in the United States. Overall, the Lowdon Track and Field Complex hosts two meets during the outdoor season, which include the TCU Invitational and Horned Frog Invitational. Both meets bring some of the best in intercollegiate athletes to Fort Worth.

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THE PROGRAMTHE OLYMPIC COMPLEX The facility will support 14 of TCUʼs 20 sports programs - menʼs and womenʼs golf, menʼs and womenʼs cross country, menʼs and womenʼs indoor and outdoor track and field, menʼs and womenʼs tennis, womenʼs soccer, baseball, equestrian and rifle. The TCU Olympic Complex will serve as a main center of integration and networking for student-athletes from sports - which previously have had no “home.” With the addition of the TCU Olympic Complex - each varsity sports program will now have its own coachesʼ offices, locker rooms, meeting rooms, etc. The TCU Olympic Complex will include student-athlete enhancement such as computer laptops for academic work, weight room and athletic training room. All plans are simply proposals at this stage of the process. TRACK & FIELD | WWW.GOFROGS.COM

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THE CAMPUS The $100 million Campus Commons project recently helped TCU meet goals established through Vision in Action, the university's strategic planning initiative. Those goals include providing an environment rich in personal interaction where intellectual vitality and social engagement intersect; creating an eclectic living environment where students of different cultures and values learn from one another; reclaiming the university's history of a residential, pedestrian-friendly campus; and providing expanded facilities for excellent academic programs.

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BROWN-LUPTON UNIVERSITY UNION Construction of a 145,000 square foot facility replaced the existing student center in 2009. Key elements of the building include a new dining facility, an auditorium, a campus living room and student organization space. RESIDENCE HALLS Construction of four residence halls totaling approximately 220,000 square feet was recenly completed.

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THE TCU CAMPUS The University is forging all-new frontiers today. The explosion of technology. The reality of a global society. The wonder found in diversity. The satisfaction of understanding the world we live in — and making it better. At TCU, student-athletes find small classes, challenging, caring professors, the internet at their employ, some 200 ways to get involved, a true opportunity to lead, amazing chances to study abroad and during the entire college experience, a special time to grow as a thinker, writer and speaker. Learning to change the world isn't just some lofty idea. For the thousands of students who choose TCU every year, it's what we work toward every day. With 8,865 total student headcount for the fall 2010 semester, TCU continues to grow into one of the finest universities in the state of Texas. Want proof, 53 percent of entering freshman were in the top 20 percent of their high school class, while TCUʼs endowment is among the top 60 colleges in the U.S. Add that there are 478 fulltime faculty members and over 100 undergraduate majors to choose from and one can see why TCU continues to grow yearafter-year.

THE CAMPUS BARNES & NOBLE AT TCU Construction of a 34,000 square foot facility to replace the bookstore that was destroyed by fire during renovation in March 2006 was recently completed. The new bookstore is a joint venture with Barnes & Noble, who operates the bookstore. The new bookstore is located on the corner of University Drive and Berry Street and opened January of 2008.

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FORT WORTH TO... (driving time based on 65 mph) Abilene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.25 hours Amarillo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.75 hours Austin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.5 hours Corpus Christi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.25 hours Dallas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 minutes Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 hours Little Rock, Ark. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 hours Midland/Odessa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.5 hours Oklahoma City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 hours San Antonio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.5 hours Shreveport, La. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 hours Tyler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 hours Waco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.25 hours

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FORT WORTH/METROPLEX Fort Worth began in 1849 - the city and TCU grew up together - when an Army camp was established on a bluff overlooking the Trinity River. After the civil war, Texas ranchers and cowboys rounded up thousands of wild longhorns and drove them to Kansas. In the 1870ʼs, railroads came to the city, and then the Stockyards were built, turning Fort Worth into the end of the cattle drive trail. Fort Worth is home to five of the finest museums in the Southwest. In fact its cultural district includes the Kimball Art Museum, the Amon Carter Museum, the Modern Art Museum, the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and the Fort Worth Mutual Science and History. Downtown finds the Texas Ballet Theater, the Fort Worth Opera, the Fort Worth Symphony and the world class Bass Performance Hall, called one of the top-10 opera houses in the world by Travel and Leisure Magazine. And while TCU is considered the “home team” of Fort Worth, other nearby sports attractions include the Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Stars, Dallas Mavericks, FC Dallas, the PGA Tourʼs Colonial Tournament and Texas Motor Speedway.

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TCU FACILITIES The 38,000-square foot John Justin Athletic Center serves as the lifeline for TCU Athletics. The building, which was completed in August 2000, houses the academic-athletic services office, administrative offices, video center, Heritage Center and the football offices. The academic center includes individual tutor rooms, group study rooms and a computer lab, all near the student-athletes' workout and competitive venues. Other key facilities within the athletics complex, include the Walsh Complex, Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility, and Amon G. Carter Stadium. Really, commitment is the key when it comes to TCU and its facilities. In no area is that word more evident than the facility improvements planned for the future of Horned Frog programs. The first step was the $7 million Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility that opened in 2008. Phase two was unveiled in 2008 in the form of the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, which features academic and team meeting space, a team community area, 250 club seats, six luxury suites and a unique view of Amon G. Carter Stadium. The complex was completely funded by nine donors and game day revenues raised by the facility will go directly to supporting athletics scholarships through the Frog Club.

TCU FACILITIES TCU Facilities TCU takes pride in its ability to provide student-athletes with some of the finest facilities possible. Horned Frog athletes have seen multiple facility upgrades in recent years, and not just for soccer. The Schollmaier Basketball Complex, completed in 2004, gave both menʼs and womenʼs basketball programs a brand-new practice facility, while the baseball team benefited from the construction of the $7 million Lupton Stadium in 2003. The football, womenʼs soccer, tennis, track and field, volleyball and swimming and diving programs also have seen individual sport improvements since 2000, and a multi-million-dollar Olympic Sports Complex is one of many projects in the works for the future of TCUʼs athletics program. TCU also is moving in the direction of a proposed major renovation of Amon G. Carter Stadium.

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A CLOSER LOOK

THE PROGRAM OLYMPIC & WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP SUCCESS Through the years, the Flyinʼ Frogs have had major success at both the Olympics and IAAF World Championships. This past summer, TCU saw senior Jessica Young represent the United States at the World Championships as a member of the womenʼs 4x100, while several other former Flyinʼ Frogs like Khadevis Robinson, Kim Collins, Michael Frater and Virgil Hodge also competed at the World Championships. Frater captured gold with Jamaicaʼs 4x100 in Germany, marking the second-consecutive year in which Frater has captured a gold medal. He also did so at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, helping set a new world record.

ALUMNI GIVING BACK TO THE PROGRAM When one looks at the world rankings each year, they can see many former Flyinʼ Frogs spread throughout the world record books. Head Coach Darryl Anderson would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the distinguished alumni for helping the program continue to build upon its history. A special thanks goes out to the following former Flyinʼ Frog greats: Gladyʼs Keitany, Horatio Porter, Greg Scholars, Virgil Hodge, Jackson Langat, Bill Collins and many more for continuing to support the current group of Flyinʼ Frogs.

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THE ANDERSON TIMELINE In just five seasons as head coach of the Horned Frogs' program, Darryl Anderson has combined a tireless work ethic with a tremendous coaching style that has molded TCU into one of the top track and field programs in the country. Anderson's success is clearly displayed in the 62 All-Americans, two Olympians and one United States 4x100 relay pool selection in Jessica Young this summer.

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Anderson's 2005 campaign saw the Flyin' Frogs claim several event titles en route to setting new school records. The women's 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams both captured gold at the C-USA Outdoor Championships. The men's team found success on the track. Kip Kangogo was the most decorated athlete in 2005 as he collected six gold medals, Bradley Reed picked up his first career gold in the 100 meters (10.46) at the conference championships, while Jackson Langat added another shining medal to his collection as he posted top honors in the 800 meters. The men's 4x400 meter relay unit captured gold in the C-USA Outdoor Championships.

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In 2006, Anderson coached an NCAA Champion, had 13 athletes earn All-America honors and coached 18 athletes to conference titles. Between indoor and outdoor, TCU won 25 event titles.

The program was also represented well at the NCAA Championships. At the NCAA Indoor Championships, Jackson Langat won the NCAA title in the 800 meters to give TCU its first individual title since Kim Collins won the 60 meters and 200 meters at the 2001 NCAA Indoor.

TCU's 2007 track and field season was filled with high marks both on and off the track. Under third-year head coach Darryl Anderson, Flyin' Frogs earned 11 All-America certificates that were spread among seven student-athletes. The season was punctuated at the NCAA Outdoor Championships with TCU's women's team earning its highest finish since 1993 by finishing in a tie for 27th with nine points. The women's team also closed the season ranked No. 23 by Trackwire.

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In 2008, Anderson was named 2008 Indoor South Central Regional Coach of the Year, while also being honored as the Mountain West Conference Women's Coach of the Year. In 2008, Anderson guided the Flyin' Frog women to its first Mountain West Conference Indoor Championship, winning its first conference title since 2004. The men also had a banner indoor season in which they placed 12th at the NCAA Championships, which was the fourth highest finish in program history at nationals.

Under Anderson, TCU had five different individuals collect AllAmerica certificates at Drake Stadium at the 2008 NCAA Outdoor Championships.

In 2009, the Flyin' Frogs had three student-athletes and one relay named United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Americans following the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. Jessica Young garnered her fourth All-America award of her career by crossing the finish line in second-place in the 100 meters at nationals.

At the regional level in 2009, Anderson helped Kishelle Paul claim the regional championship in the women's 400-meter hurdles for the second-consecutive season to lead the then No. 25 ranked Flyin' Frog women to a fourth-place finish on the final day of the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional.

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During the conference outdoor championships, TCU posted 23 NCAA regional qualifying marks, won 10 of 28 events and set seven new complex records to conclude action at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Championships. Both the men and women earned runner-up honors. With Anderson's tutelage, the Flyin' Frog women closed the NCAA Indoor meet in 22nd-place. The 22nd-place finish was the programs highest finish on the women's side at the NCAA Indoors since 1983. It was also the second highest finish in program history at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.

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From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West Conference has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions.

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DUNGEY Under head coach Darryl Anderson junior Mychal Dungey is a three-time All-America honoree.

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Under head coach Darryl Anderson senior Jessica Young is a four-time All-America honoree.

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MCDANIEL Under head coach Darryl Anderson Otis McDaniel closed his career as a three-time All-America honoree.

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FLYIN’ FROGS READY FOR ACTION TCU Returns Nine All-America Honorees in 2010.

Coming off a 2009 campaign that saw TCU record 12 All-America accolades, break three TCU school records and send nine student-athletes and three relays to the NCAA Outdoor Championships, the Flyin' Frogs are in position to make some real noise on both the conference and NCAA level. Overall, the Purple and White will have plenty of experience to lean on during the early portion of the indoor season as a talented crop of newcomers test themselves against collegiate level competition for the first time. This indoor season, the women will rely on returning All-America honorees Neidra Covington and Whitney Gipson during the early portion of the indoor schedule. Covington, a three-time All-American, collected runner-up honors in the triple jump at the NCAA Midwest Regional by soaring to a seasonal and personal-best leap of 44 feet, 6 inches on her second attempt. Gipson, a sophomore from Newark, was the only freshman in the nation to make the finals in the long jump at the NCAA Outdoor Championships Junior Stormy Harrison also returns for the Flyin' Frogs this fall after closing the 2009 outdoor season crushing the women's shot put field at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championship, claiming the event-title with a new complex and seasonal-best throw of 52 feet, 6 ¾ inches. In the sprints, look for junior Kristal Juarez to make a splash this indoor season. She came on late in the year during the outdoor season to earn all-conference honors in three different events. Juarez finished third overall in the women's 400 meters at the Mountain West Conference Championships. She blazed to a personal-best time of 52.96 seconds to cross the finish line in third-place with the program's fourth-fastest time ever. Juarez competed at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 400 meters and should once again be a factor this winter. On the men's side, leadership will play a key role during the 2010 season as the Flyin' Frogs return several key faces, including All-American's Mark Barnes, Mychal Dungey, Dell Guy, Clemore Henry and Matthew Love. Dungey, a three-time All-American, captured the 2009 Mountain West Conference 200 meters crown with a personal-best and regional qualifying time of 20.67 seconds. The junior's time, which set a new complex record, was at that point the 11th-fastest time in the nation and the fifth-fastest time in the Midwest Region for 2009. Barnes, who captured All-American accolades as a member of the men's 4x100 last outdoor season, returns

following a freshman season in which he finished second overall in the 60 meters at the MWC Indoor Championships last winter. Guy, Henry and Love are poised for big-time indoor season's in 2010 as all three All-American's have had solid fall workouts. Guy returns for his final season in Fort Worth after earning all-conference accolades in the 400 meters during the indoor season, while Henry could make a splash this winter in the 400 meters after sitting out last indoor season because of injury. Love also returns after clocking a personal-best time of 46.19 seconds at the Midwest Regional last spring in the 400. All three along with Dungey give TCU one of the most dangerous 4x400 units in the entire country. In the hurdles, Jordan Pitts returns after capturing his second-straight conference indoor crown in the 60-meter hurdles last winter. Overall, the junior has collected four conference championships between the indoor and outdoor season's the last two years in the hurdles. After redshirting the cross country season, senior Festus Kigen should have an immediate impact for the Frogs in the distance events. Kigen, who sat out last season, placed second overall in 2008 at the Mt. SAC Relays in the 5,000 meters by crushing the NCAA regional qualifying mark with a time of 14:03.61. The Kenya native also closed 2008 earning runner-up accolades in the 1,500 and 5,000 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships. Look for junior Sean Zurko to have an impact in the distance events this winter as well. Zurko, a Las Vegas native, opened the 2009 indoor season capturing the 800 meters crown at the Razorback Invitational before closing the season as a member of the men's 4x400 quartet that competed at the NCAA Indoor Championships. In the throws, senior Tommy Killen exploded onto the scene late last spring, capturing the Mountain West Conference Outdoor discus title with a throw of 179 feet, 2 inches. Killen, who sat out last indoor season, placed third overall in the shot put at the MWC Indoor Championships in 2008. TCU will begin postseason competition on Feb. 25 with the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships, while the NCAA Championships will take place on March 12-13 in Fayetteville, Ark.

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Throws Despite the loss of Mountain West Conference Indoor Champion, Candis Kelley, TCU returns plenty of talent in the throws this winter looking to make some real noise on the conference and national level once again. Back on the womenʼs side is Stormy Harrison, the 2009 Mountain West Conference Outdoor Champion and NCAA participant. Harrison crushed the women's shot put field at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships, claiming the event-title with a new complex and seasonal-best throw of 52 feet, 6 ¾ inches. This winter, look for Harrison to once again be a factor nationally. On the menʼs side, Tommy Killen returns looking to improve upon a season in which he captured the 2009 Mountain West Conference discus title in Laramie, Wyo. By winning the eventtitle, Killen became the first Horned Frog in program history to claim first-place honors in the men's discus at a conference championship. Overall, Killen tossed the discus 179 feet, 2 inches, which is an NCAA regional qualifying mark, to claim first-place honors at the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex in Wyoming. The Frogs will add several key newcomers to the throws area this winter as Cameron Tabor, Kelsey Samuels and Sara Talley could all play major roles in TCUʼs success this winter. Jumps TCU returns two All-America honorees in the jumps this winter in Whitney Gipson and Neidra Covington. Both should once again push for All-America status and be major factors at the conference championships in February. Covington, who has distinguished herself as TCUʼs most successful jumpers in program history, burst onto the scene at the Midwest Regional last spring, collecting runner-up honors in the triple jump by soaring to a seasonal and personal-best leap of 44 feet, 6 inches on her second attempt. She came back to claim All-America honors, which were the third of her career, by collecting eighth overall at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Gipson returns in 2010 and should only improve after posting her first All-America showing in the women's long jump, soaring to a 13th-place finish in the finals. Gipson was the only freshman in the nation to make the finals in the long jump at the NCAA Championships.

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Freshman Saria Hawkins should give new jumps coach Nic Petersen plenty of young talent to work with this winter as she had a very successful high school career at Longview High School. On the menʼs side, Richard Knotts returns looking for a breakout season after earning all-conference honors last winter. Knotts has been hampered by injuries during his young career, but was able to place fourth overall in the long jump at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships. Multi-Events With the loss of school-record holder Meaghan Peoples to graduation, TCU will rely on freshman Samantha Collins and Emily Hanna in the multi-events. Collins comes to TCU after being nationally ranked in both the long jump and heptathlon, while Hanna was a four-time state champion in the 100-meter hurdles in Colorado. Hurdles The Flyinʼ Frogs will head into the 2010 season without two-time regional winner Kishelle Paul, so look for freshman Larissa Matthews to take over on the womenʼs side, while Jordan Pitts and Clint Renfro should be one of the best one-two punches in the MWC this winter on the menʼs side as both have captured conference championships during their careers in Fort Worth. Distance The TCU distance program will welcome Festus Kigen back in 2010. Kigen, a two-time NCAA participant in cross country, should be poised to breakout this winter and be a national level participant. The Kenya native, who redshirted last season, just missed qualifying for the 2008 NCAAs, clocking a time of 14:07.51 at the Midwest Regional to place eighth overall. Also back for the Frogs is Sean Zurko. Zurko, an all-conference honoree, won the 800 meters at Texas Tech with a time of 1:49.95, which was an NCAA regional qualifying mark. He also finished second overall in the 800 at the LSU Relays with a personal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 1:49.87 seconds.

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On the womenʼs side, look for Kelly Dawson and Tanja Ivandic to make contributions for the Flyinʼ Frogs. Both had solid cross country seasons this fall and should once again push for allconference accolades after leading TCU last spring on the womenʼs side. Distance coach Shawn Winget brought in several key contributors this fall on the distance side, including Kenya natives Agnes Kemboi and Rose Tanui. Kemboi led TCU at the MWC Cross Country Championships, placing 16th overall, while Tanui comes to TCU from Central Arizona College where she claimed the Junior College National Championship in cross country in 2008 before earning runner-up honors in 2009. Sprints With plenty of experience returning, the Flyin' Frog men return All-America honorees Mychal Dungey, Mark Barnes, Dell Guy, Clemore Henry and Matt Love. Dungey, a three-time All-American, returns after becoming the fourth consecutive Flyin' Frog to win the men's 200-meter dash at the outdoor championships last spring. Dungey should be among the nationʼs best this winter in both the 60, 100 and 200 meters as he was ranked in all three events last season. Look for Barnes to have a breakout winter as he collected All-America honors as part of the men's 4x100 that placed eighth overall with a time of 39.50 seconds at the NCAA Championships. Barnes also placed fourth overall in the 100 meters at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships with a personal-best time of 10.38 seconds. Guy, Henry and Love should give TCU plenty to work with in the 400 meters as all three competed at the 2009 NCAA Championships as members of the menʼs 4x400. Guy came on late in the year to finish fourth overall at the MWC Outdoor Championships in the 200 meters with a personal-best and regional qualifying time of 21.04 seconds. He also collected runner-up honors at the conference championships in the 400 meters with a seasonal-best time of 47.06 seconds. Henry battled through injuries last season to finish fifth overall at the MWC Championships in the 400 meters with a time of 48.04 seconds. He is finally healthy and should once again push for All-America honors this winter.

Love, who clocked a personal-best time of 46.19 seconds at the Midwest Regional in preliminary action of the 400 meters, returns after being a key member of the men's 4x400 that placed fifth overall at the Penn Relays with a seasonal-best time of 3:04.87 seconds. Newcomer Charles Silmon should also play a major role in TCUʼs sprints this winter after earning All-America honors at Waco High School. On the womenʼs side, head coach Darryl Anderson heads into the 2010 indoor season with plenty of talent on the womenʼs side. With Jessica Young sitting out this indoor season after earning runner-up accolades in the womenʼs 100 meters last spring, Kristal Juarez will lead a young group of sprinters into the winter campaign. Juarez finished third overall in the women's 400 meters at the Mountain West Conference Championships, blazing to a personal-best time of 52.96 seconds to cross the finish line in third-place with the program's fourth-fastest time ever. 2009 All-American Hayley Shade also returns this winter and should help the Flyinʼ Frogs in the womenʼs 400 meters after placing fourth overall at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships in the 400 meters. Look for newcomers Teneshia Peart and Chaniqua Corinealdi to make an immediate impact this winter. Peart captured the Junior College National Championship in the women's 60 and 200 meters at Florissant Valley Community College in Florissant, Mo., while Corinealdi, who graduated early from Shoemaker High School in Killeen, earned runner-up honors in the 200 meters at the Texas State 5A meet as a junior. Relays The menʼs 4x100 should be in solid hands with both Dungey and Barnes returning, but will look to replace graduating seniors Otis McDaniel and Justyn Warner. The relays should once again be a major factor for TCU this winter as the Frogs return everyone on the menʼs side in the 4x400. The returning conference championship 4x400 relay unit, turned in a fifth-place finish with a regional qualifying and seasonal-best time of 3:04.87 seconds at the Penn Relays. They also competed at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 4x400. TRACK & FIELD | WWW.GOFROGS.COM

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On the womenʼs side, TCUʼs 4x100 returns only Kristal Juarez off a unit that qualified for the NCAA Championships. With Jessica Young sitting out this season and Jessica Clarke and Kishelle Paul graduating, TCU will have to rely on several newcomers early during the outdoor season.

Larissa Matthews and Emily Hanna should give the Flyin' Frogs plenty of talent in the hurdles this winter as both bring impressive resumes into this indoor season. Matthews ranked in the top 10 in the country in the 100-meter hurdles during her high school career, while Hanna was a multiple state champion in the hurdles.

In the 4x400, Juarez and Hayley Shade return, but the Flyinʼ Frogs will have to find solid replacements for Paul and Young if they want to repeat their fourth-place All-American performance from a year ago.

Sade' Shari St. Louis, who transferred to TCU from South Carolina, could make an immediate impact for the Flyin' Frogs in the sprints this winter. St. Louis, who was a four-time National Junior Champion, also competed at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Beijing before her freshman season at South Carolina.

Newcomers With plenty of experience returning, the Flyin' Frog men will welcome the addition of high school All-American's Charles Silmon and Cameron Tabor. Silmon, a freshman from Waco, ranked in the top 10 in the country during the 2009 season and was a two-time All-American honoree. He closed his high school career winning the 100 meters at the Texas state meet. Tabor, who hails from Norman, Okla., collected Track and Field News All-American accolades following his senior season. Overall, Tabor, who was a two-time Nike All-American honoree in the discus and shot put, was a three-time state champion in the shot put and four-time state champion in the discus. He currently holds the Oklahoma state record holder in the shot put with a toss of 64 feet, 10 ½ inches and posted the second-best throw in the nation in the discus and the fifth-best toss in the country in the shot during his senior season. On the women's side, TCU will boast plenty of talented newcomers this winter. Both Quinterra Charles and Unique Connor could have immediate impacts in the sprints after solid high school careers. Charles, who was a four-time district champion, collected fourth-place in the 400 meters at the Texas State Championships, while Connor won the Nevada state championship in the 400 meters twice. Late additions Teneshia Peart and Chaniqua Corinealdi give TCU plenty of firepower in the sprints as well. Peart has posted personal-best times of 7.41 seconds in the 60, 11.61 seconds in the 100 and 23.87 in the 200 meters. Corinealdi has clocked personal-best times of 7.63 seconds in the 60, 11.84 seconds in the 100 and 23.84 seconds in the 200 meters.

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In the throws, Sara Talley and Kelsey Samuels will provide TCU with plenty of young talent during the 2010 season. Talley collected the 4A Georgia State Championship in the shot put, while Samuels placed third in the shot put at the 2009 Texas Relays and was ranked No. 11 nationally amongst seniors in the shot put with a throw of 46 feet, 9 1/2 inches. Samantha Collins should help the Flyin' Frogs in the multi-events as she was ranked nationally in both the long jump and heptathlon during her high school career. She posted the second-best senior heptathlon score in the nation with 4,669 points and should soften the departure of school record holder Meaghan Peoples who graduated last spring. In the distance events, look for Agnes Kemboi, Rose Tanui, Tricia Terry and Katie Dalton to have solid indoor seasons after gaining valuable experience this fall for the cross country program. Tanui comes to TCU from Central Arizona College where she claimed the Junior College National Championship in cross country in 2008 before earning runner-up honors this past fall to lead the Vaqueras to the NJCAA Cross Country National Championship. Tanui, who hails from Burt Forest, Kenya, also claimed national championship accolades in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters at Central Arizona in 2009. She has posted personal-best times of 16:54.04 in the 5,000 and 34:34.61 in the 10,000.

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2010 SEASON ROSTER Men Name Mark Barnes Adam Benz Richard Borchardt Marcus Cannon Ryan Dalrymple Skye Dawson Mychal Dungey Dave Emerson Dell Guy Clemore Henry Zane Hill Holden Hollingsworth Festus Kigen Tommy Killen Richard Knotts Matthew Love Andrew McDonald Doug Moore Taylor Murray Jack O'Brien Jeff Pels Jordan Pitts Clint Renfro Eric Senseman Charles Silmon OJ Stoneham Eric Storey Cameron Tabor Louis Tijerina Tim Wang Sean Zurko

Ht 5-10 5-10 6-0 6-5 6-0 5-10 5-10 5-8 5-7 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-8 6-2 5-8 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-8 5-7 5-8 6-3 5-11 5-9 5-9

Class SO SR FR JR JR FR JR FR SR SR SO JR JR SR SO JR JR FR FR SO JR JR JR JR FR SO SO FR SO SO JR

Event(s) Sprints Sprints Distance Throws Distance Sprints Sprints Distance Sprints Sprints Distance Distance Distance Throws Jumps Sprints Distance Distance Distance Distance Distance Sprints/Hurdles Sprints/Hurdles Distance Sprints Sprints Throws Throws Distance Distance Sprints

Hometown Houston, Texas St. Louis, Mo. Pharr, Texas Odessa, Texas Pasadena, Calif. Mesquite, Texas Austin, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Las Vegas, Nev. Brooklyn, N.Y. Katy, Texas Houston, Texas Eldoret, Kenya New Iberia, La. Houston, Texas Cleveland Heights, Ohio Colorado Springs, Colo. Hinsdale, Ill. Albuquerque, N.M. Lantana, Texas Coppell, Texas Greenville, Texas Southlake, Texas St. Louis, Mo. Waco, Texas Cedar Hill, Texas Scottsboro, Ala. Norman, Okla. Brownsville, Texas The Woodlands, Texas Las Vegas, Nev.

Last School Klein Forest High School Christian Brothers College PSJA North High School Odessa High School Loyola High School Dallas Christian School Austin High School Trinity Valley High School Western High School University of Arkansas Saint Thomas High School Kingwood High School Kericho High School Catholic High School Nimitz High School Cleveland Heights High School Doherty High School Hinsdale Central High School Albuquerque Academy Coram Deo Academy Jesuit Prep School Greenville High School Southlake Carroll High School Chaminade College Preparatory Waco High School Trinity Christian High School Scottsboro High School Norman High School Saint Joseph Academy Woodlands High School Silverado High School

Women Name Teryni Buckner Amber Carlisle Quinterra Charles Lilian Chevalier Samantha Collins Unique Connor Chaniqua Corinealdi Neidra Covington Katie Dalton Kelly Dawson Whitney Gipson Emily Hanna Stormy Harrison Saria Hawkins Tanja Ivandic Kristal Juarez Agnes Kemboi Larissa Matthews Teneshia Peart Kelsey Samuels Hayley Shade Sade' Shari St. Louis Sara Talley Rose Tanui Tricia Terry Katie Vance Jessica Young

Ht 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-3 5-6 5-9 5-8 5-6 5-4 5-9 5-6 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-5 5-5 5-4 5-5 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-7 5-2 5-3 5-5 5-3

Class SO SR FR SO FR FR FR SR FR SO SO FR JR FR JR JR FR FR JR FR SO SO FR JR FR SO SR

Event(s) Jumps/Sprints Distance Sprints Distance Multi-Events Sprints Sprints Jumps Distance Distance Sprints/Jumps Jumps/Hurdles Throws Jumps Distance Sprints Distance Sprints/Hurdles Sprints Throws Sprints Sprints Throws Distance Distance Distance Sprints

Hometown Humble, Texas Harlingen, Texas Houston, Texas Las Vegas, Nev. Mesa, Ariz. Las Vegas, Nev. Killeen, Texas St. Petersburg, Fla. Bentonville, Ark. Keller, Texas Newark, Texas Pueblo, Colo. Cisco, Texas Longview, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Irving, Texas Eldoret, Kenya Chandler, Ariz. Calgary, AB Canada Mesquite, Texas DeSoto, Texas Tacarigua, Trinidad Resaca, Ga. Burt Forest, Kenya McAllen, Texas Garland, Texas Columbia, S.C.

Last School Nimitz High School Harlingen South High School Westfield High School Spring Valley High School Westwood High School Western High School Shoemaker High School Boca Ciega High School Bentonville High School Keller High School Birdville High School Fountain Valley School of Colorado Cisco High School Longview High School Fort Worth Southwest High School Irving High School Kapkenda Girls High School Chandler High School Florissant Valley Community College Dr. John D. Horn High School DeSoto High School South Carolina Gordon Central High School Central Arizona College McAllen Memorial High School Bishop Lynch High School University of Richmond

Pronunciation Guide Men Name Richard Borchardt Ryan Dalrymple Skye Dawson Mychal Dungey Festus Kigen Eric Senseman OJ Stoneham Louis Tijerina Sean Zurko

Pronunciation Bore-Shart Dal-Rim-pill Sky Michael Done - G Kee-Guinn Sense-men Stone-Um Loui Tea-er-ena Zirk-o

Women Name Teryni Buckner Amber Carlisle Lilian Chevalier Chaniqua Corinealdi Neidra Covington Saria Hawkins Tanja Ivandic Agnes Kemboi Teneshia Peart Sadeʼ Shari St. Louis Rose Tanui

Pronunciation Tear-ni Car-lie-al Chev-a-leer Shanikua Cor-in-aldee Need-ra Sir-i-ah EE-Von-Ditch Kem-boy Pure-t Sha-day Sha-ree Ta-new-ee

Coaching Staff Name Darryl Anderson Dennis Darling John Kenneson Nic Petersen Shawn Winget

Coaching Area Head Coach Womenʼs Sprints Throws Jumps/Multi Events Distance

Coaching Staff Pronunciation Guide Name Dennis Darling John Kenneson Shawn Winget

Pronunciation Dar-ling Ken-nes-son Win-jet

Class Breakdown Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshman

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2010 SEASON ROSTER State/Country Breakdown

Class Breakdown

Texas

Senior Adam Benz Dell Guy Clemore Henry Tommy Killen Amber Carlisle Neidra Covington Jessica Young

Mark Barnes Richard Borchardt Marcus Cannon Skye Dawson Mychal Dungey Dave Emerson Zane Hill Holden Hollingsworth Richard Knotts Jack O'Brien Jeff Pels Jordan Pitts Clint Renfro Charles Silmon OJ Stoneham Louis Tijerina Tim Wang Teryni Buckner Amber Carlisle Quinterra Charles Chaniqua Corinealdi Kelly Dawson Whitney Gipson Stormy Harrison Saria Hawkins Tanja Ivandic Kristal Juarez Kelsey Samuels Hayley Shade Tricia Terry Katie Vance

Georgia Sara Talley Illinois Doug Moore Kenya Festus Kigen Agnes Kemboi Rose Tanui Louisiana Tommy Killen Missouri Adam Benz Eric Senseman Nevada Dell Guy Sean Zurko Lilian Chevalier Unique Connor New Mexico Taylor Murray New York Clemore Henry Ohio Matthew Love

Alabama Eric Storey

Oklahoma Cameron Tabor

Arizone Samantha Collins Larissa Matthews

South Carolina Jessica Young

Arkansas Katie Dalton

Trinidad Sade' Shari St. Louis

California Ryan Dalrymple Canada Teneshia Peart Colorado Andrew McDonald Emily Hanna Florida Neidra Covington

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Junior Marcus Cannon Ryan Dalrymple Mychal Dungey Holden Hollingsworth Festus Kigen Matthew Love Andrew McDonald Jeff Pels Jordan Pitts Clint Renfro Eric Senseman Sean Zurko Stormy Harrison Tanja Ivandic Kristal Juarez Teneshia Peart Rose Tanui Sophomore Mark Barnes Zane Hill Richard Knotts Jack O'Brien OJ Stoneham Eric Storey Louis Tijerina Tim Wang Teryni Buckner Lilian Chevalier Kelly Dawson Whitney Gipson Hayley Shade Sade' Shari St. Louis Katie Vance

Returning Honorees

Event Breakdown Freshman Richard Borchardt Skye Dawson Dave Emerson Doug Moore Taylor Murray Charles Silmon Cameron Tabor Quinterra Charles Samantha Collins Unique Connor Chaniqua Corinealdi Katie Dalton Emily Hanna Saria Hawkins Agnes Kemboi Larissa Matthews Kelsey Samuels Sara Talley Tricia Terry

Sprints/Hurdles Adam Benz Dell Guy Clemore Henry Jessica Young Mychal Dungey Matthew Love Jordan Pitts Clint Renfro Kristal Juarez Teneshia Peart Mark Barnes OJ Stoneham Sade' Shari St. Louis Hayley Shade Skye Dawson Charles Silmon Quinterra Charles Unique Connor Chaniqua Corinealdi Larissa Matthews Jumps Richard Knotts Neidra Covington Teryni Buckner Whitney Gipson Saria Hawkins Throws Tommy Killen Marcus Cannon Eric Storey Cameron Tabor Stormy Harrison Kelsey Samuels Sara Talley Multi-Events Samantha Collins Emily Hanna

Distance Amber Carlisle Ryan Dalrymple Holden Hollingsworth Festus Kigen Andrew McDonald Jeff Pels Eric Senseman Sean Zurko Tanja Ivandic Rose Tanui Zane Hill Jack O'Brien Louis Tijerina Tim Wang Agnes Kemboi Lilian Chevalier Kelly Dawson Katie Vance Katie Dalton Tricia Terry Richard Borchardt Dave Emerson Doug Moore Taylor Murray

All-Americans Returning Dell Guy Clemore Henry Jessica Young Mychal Dungey Matthew Love Mark Barnes Hayley Shade Neidra Covington Whitney Gipson Indoor Men All-Conference Individuals Mark Barnes, 60 Meter Dash, 200 Meter Dash Dell Guy, 400 Meters Richard Knotts, 60 Meters Jordan Pitts, 60 Meter Hurdles Indoor Women All-Conference Individuals Whitney Gipson, Long Jump Stormy Harrison, Shot Put Jessica Young, 60 Meter Dash, 400 Meter Dash Outdoor Men All-Conference Individuals Marcus Cannon, Shot Put Mychal Dungey, 200 meters Dell Guy, 400 meters Thomas Killen, Discus Jordan Pitts, 110-meter hurdles Sean Zurko, 800 meters Outdoor Women All-Conference Individuals Neidra Covington, Triple Jump Stormy Harrison, Shot Put Kristal Juarez, 400 meters Jessica Young, 100 meters; 200 meters

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HEAD COACH DARRYL ANDERSON Darryl Anderson enters his sixth year at the helm of the Flyin' Frog program in 2010. A former associate track & field coach at Arizona State University, Anderson was named head track & field coach at TCU after a national search on November 18, 2004. In just five seasons as head coach of the Horned Frogs' program, Anderson has combined a tireless work ethic with a tremendous coaching style that has molded TCU into one of the top track and field programs in the country. Anderson's success is clearly displayed in the 62 All-Americans, two Olympians and one United States 4x100 relay pool selection in Jessica Young this summer.

DARRYL

ANDERSON HEAD COACH | SIXTH YEAR

Hometown

Cleveland, Ohio High School John Adams High School (Cleveland)

Education Associateʼs Degree Vincennes Junior College (1980) Bachelorʼs Degree Kansas State University (1983) Masterʼs Degree Kansas State University (1985)

Coaching Experience

1985-1991 Kansas State (Assistant Coach) 1991-1996 Kentucky (Assistant Coach) 1996-2003 Arizona State (Assistant Coach) 2004 Arizona State (Associate Head Coach) 2004-present TCU (Head Coach)

Olympians Coached

Arnold Payne, Dwight Phillips, Connie Teaberry, Lewis Banda, Tim Harden, Virgil Hodge

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This past spring, the Flyin' Frogs had three student-athletes and one relay named United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Americans following the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. Jessica Young garnered her fourth All-America award of her career by crossing the finish line in second-place in the 100 meters at nationals. Young collected second-place honors with a time of 11.22 seconds. Her second-place finish in the 100 tied Flyin' Frog great Beverly McDonald for the highest finish ever by a TCU sprinter in the women's 100 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. By collecting runner-up honors, Young posted the highest finish by a Flyin' Frog woman in head coach Darryl Anderson's six years in Fort Worth. Neidra Covington also collected All-America honors following an eighth-place performance in the women's triple jump, while freshman Whitney Gipson posted her first All-America showing in Fayetteville in the women's long jump. She was the only freshman in the nation to make the finals in the long jump at the NCAA Championships. Finally, the men's 4x100, which consisted of Mark Barnes, Otis McDaniel, Mychal Dungey and Justyn Warner, picked up All-America recognition by clocking a time of 39.50 seconds to finish in eighth-place in Fayetteville. Overall, the AllAmerica honor for the men's 4x100 marked the third time under Anderson that a TCU men's 4x100 unit has received All-America status. At the regional level in 2009, Anderson helped Kishelle Paul claim the regional championship in the women's 400-meter hurdles for the second-consecutive season to lead the then No. 25 ranked Flyin' Frog women to a fourth-place finish on the final day of the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional. Overall, the Flyin' Frogs sent a good nucleus to nationals with nine individuals and three relays competing in competition in Fayetteville. During the conference outdoor championships, TCU posted 23 NCAA regional qualifying marks, won 10 of 28 events and set seven new complex records to conclude action at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Championships. Both the men and women earned runner-up honors. Following the conference meet in which several Frogs were crowned conference champions, TCU had 20 student-athletes named to the Mountain West Conference Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field team. With Anderson's tutelage, the Flyin' Frog women closed the NCAA Indoor meet in 22nd-place. The 22nd-place finish was the programs highest finish on the women's side at the NCAA Indoors since 1983. In the women's 60 meters, Young captured All-America honors by crossing the finish line in fourth-place with a time of 7.27 seconds. By clocking a fourth-place finish, Young posted the highest finish ever in the women's 60 meters for a Flyin' Frog at the NCAA Indoor Championships. The women's 4x400 also clocked a fourth-place finish, which was the highest finish clocked by a women's 4x400 at the NCAA Indoor Championships in program history. In 2008, Anderson was named 2008 Indoor South Central Regional Coach of the Year, while also being honored as the Mountain West Conference Women's Coach of the Year. In 2008, Anderson guided the Flyin' Frog women to its first Mountain West Conference Indoor Championship, winning

its first conference title since 2004. The men also had a banner indoor season in which they placed 12th at the NCAA Championships, which was the fourth highest finish in program history at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. Highlights at nationals included, Virgil Hodge placing seventh overall in the women's 200 meters to earn All-America honors for the sixth-time of her career and Covington securing two All-America certificates in both the long and triple jump. On the men's side, the 4x400 relay blazed to a runner-up performance to lead the TCU men. The unit consisting of Che Chavez, Dell Guy, Clemore Henry and Matthew Love earned runner-up honors by clocking a seasonal-best time of 3:06.19 seconds. During the 2008 outdoor season, Anderson guided the Flyin' Frogs 4x400 units to the Penn Relays 4x400 title. The men's unit collected TCU's first title since 2000 and only the second 4x400 title in TCU's prestigious history at the Penn Relays. Not to be outdone, the women's 4x400 unit of Jessica Clarke, Shekila Wilkinson, Meaghan Peoples and Kishelle Paul won the college division of the 4x400 in Philadelphia. At the 2008 Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships in Fort Worth, the Flyin' Frogs posted 25 NCAA regional qualifying marks, won 15 of the 27 events, set a new St. Kitts national record and recorded two new meet records on the final day of competition. Kishelle Paul also had a stellar outing at the Midwest Regional as she claimed the regional championship in the women's 400-meter hurdles. Her time at that point was ranked in the top-10 of the NCAA. The Flyin' Frogs put the final touches on the 2008 season in Des Moines, Iowa at the NCAA Championships. Under Anderson, TCU had five different individuals collect All-America certificates at Drake Stadium: Joe Brown (Javelin), Mychal Dungey (200 Meters and 4x100), and the men's 4x100 unit consisting of Justyn Warner, Dungey, Andon Mitchell and Otis McDaniel. In the summer of 2008, Anderson helped Virgil Hodge make it to the quarterfinals in both the 100 and 200 at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. In 2007, Anderson had seven individuals and all four relay teams compete at the outdoor championships, while one individual and one relay team qualified at the indoor championships. At the 2007 outdoor championships, TCU was one of just six schools in the country that had all four relay teams compete. In fact, TCU and LSU are the only schools in the country to have had all four relay teams qualify for the NCAAOutdoor Championships each of the past three seasons (2005, 2006, 2007). Individually in his third year at the helm, TCU's 11 All-America honors were broken down between seven student-athletes. The women's team earned 10 of the honors, while the men's team was represented by Jonathan Jackson. In its second season in the Mountain West Conference, TCU once again displayed its strength at the conference meet with 15 event titles. TCU had 16 individuals named to the All-Mountain West Conference Outdoor team. The women's team placed second and the men finished fourth at the outdoor championships in San Diego, Calif. In 2006, Anderson coached an NCAA Champion, had 13 athletes earn AllAmerica honors and coached 18 athletes to conference titles. Between indoor and outdoor, TCU won 25 event titles. The program was also represented well at the NCAA Championships. At the NCAA Indoor Championships, Jackson Langat won the NCAA title in the 800 meters to give TCU its first individual title since Kim Collins won the 60 meters and 200 meters at the 2001 NCAA Indoor Championships. Anderson's immediate impact has been most felt in relays, where he has coached seven relay teams to All-America status. In 2006, the men's 4x400

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relay team of Lewis Banda, Quincy Butler, Otis McDaniel and Jackson Langat placed eighth at the NCAA Indoor Championships. At the NCAA Outdoor Championships, TCU had three relay team's earn All-America honors. The men's 4x400 relay team of Che Chavez, Delwayne Delaney, Jackson Langat and Lewis Banda placed second, while the men's 4x100 relay team of Bradley Reed, McDaniel, Justyn Warner and Banda finished fourth. On the women's side, the 4x400 relay team of Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Kishelle Paul and Nathandra John placed seventh and the 4x100 relay team qualified for the prelims. Following the season, TCU earned a lofty honor from Track and Field News, which tabbed TCU as the country's top men's relay team for the 2006 season. In addition to the four relay teams that qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships, TCU had 13 individuals qualify - six men and seven women. Including the four relays, TCU was represented in 17 events. Qualifying on the men's side was Banda (400 meters), Jonathan Jackson (triple jump), Kip Kangogo (5000 meters), Tommy Killen (discus), Langat (800 meters) and McDaniel (100 and 200 meters). Qualifying on the women's side was Julie Curtis (400-meter hurdles), M. Davis (400 meters), Hodge (100 and 200 meters), John (400 meters), D. Jones (400 meters), J. Jones (200 meters) and Calandra Stewart (1500 meters). In his first season, Anderson made an immediate impact by sending TCU's women's 4x400 relay team to the NCAA Outdoor Championships for the first time in school history, as the quartet of Marquita Davis, Deborah Jones, Donita Harmon and Nathandra John garnered All-America honors at the national meet. In addition, the Frogs had three individuals represent the school on the women's side in Harmon (200m), John (400m), and MaKeatha Cooper (100m hurdles). In the summer of 2006 Anderson had three current Frogs perform well on the international stage. Justyn Warner placed second for Canada in the 100 meters at the IAAF Junior Championships, while Otis McDaniel claimed gold in the 200 at the NACAC Under 23 Track & Field Championships and Virgil Hodge placed second in the 200 and third in the 100 at the Central American and Caribbean Games. Anderson's 2005 campaign saw the Flyin' Frogs claim several event titles en route to setting new school records. The women's 4x100 and 4x400

relay teams both captured gold at the C-USA Outdoor Championships with the 4x4 squad of M. Davis, D. Jones, Harmon and John breaking the meet and the Lewis/Tellez Track Complex stadium record (3:34.82). The same foursome also took the title in the same relay event at the conference indoor meet in February. The men's team found success on the track. Kip Kangogo was the most decorated athlete in 2005 as he collected six gold medals, including the distance medley relay that included Johnathan Bundren, Quincy Butler and Jackson Langat. Kangogo took first place in the 3000m, 5000m and one mile at the C-USA Indoor Championships, and captured two more at the conference outdoor meet in the 3000m and 5000m events. His time in the outdoor 5000m (13:47.11) set a new school record. Bradley Reed picked up his first career gold in the 100 meters (10.46) at the C-USA Outdoor Championships, while Langat added another shining medal to his collection at the same conference meet as he posted a 1:47.38 for top honors in the 800 meters. The men's 4x400 meter relay unit captured gold in the CUSA Outdoor Championships as the foursome of Butler, Jacob Hernandez, Langat and Brett Wilson turned in a time of 3:05.70. Prior to coming to TCU, Anderson spent eight seasons at Arizona State, directing the sprints, hurdles and relay events for the Sun Devils. A mentor of over 50 All-Americans in his 20-year coaching career, including 21 at ASU, Anderson has guided 14 relays to All-America honors (men's 4x100 - three times; men's 4x400 - five times; women's 4x400 - five times; women's 4x100 - one time). Anderson was honored as the 2004 MONDO Men's National Assistant Coach of the Year for men's sprints and hurdles, as he guided five men and five women to a combined 15 All-America honors. His men's 4x100m relay team logged the fastest time in the nation during the 2004 campaign and garnered national runner-up honors. The ASU men's 4x400 meter relay unit captured its fourth straight Pac-10 title and placed fourth nationally. The Sun Devil men's relays swept both the Pac-10 and NCAA West Region titles, while the women swept the relays at the regional meet. During the indoor season, his men's mile relay unit turned in the fastest collegiate time ever at 3:03.43 on the 300-meter track at Iowa State. On the women's side, freshman Jackie Johnson won the NCAA heptathlon title during the outdoor season and was the indoor pentathlon runner-up, while the 4x400 meter relay unit garnered All-America honors during the outdoor

season. Anderson mentored several individual standouts during his tenure in the Valley of the Sun, including sprinters Marcus Brunson and Lewis Banda. Brunson, the 2001 Pac-10 Athlete of the Year, broke the collegiate indoor 60-meter record and was the NCAA runner-up in that event in 1999. After graduating from ASU, Brunson won the 100m gold medal at the 2001 World University Games. Banda was a three-time All-American in 2004 and an Olympic semifinalist in the 400m dash while competing for Zimbabwe. In 2004, two Anderson-coached 400-meter men sprinters clocked under 45 seconds (44.58 & 44.82), while a female quartermiler turned in a best time of 51.67. Prior to his arrival in Tempe, Anderson served as an assistant at Kentucky where the Wildcats won 11 Southeastern Conference sprint titles and set 34 school records. In the process, 15 Wildcat sprinters earned All-America honors. Anderson's most decorated student-athlete was UK's Tim Harden, a 1996 Olympic silver medalist who won three NCAA sprint titles. Harden was selected as the NCAA Indoor and SEC Athlete of the Year in 1995 and 1996. More recently, Harden won the 60m title at the 2001 World Indoor Championships. Prior to his stint in Lexington, Anderson was an assistant coach for six years at his alma mater, Kansas State University. Anderson led the Wildcats to 20 Big Eight sprint titles and seven conference records. Nine of his athletes earned All-America acclaim and 26 school records were set during his tenure. Anderson has coached five Olympians (Arnold Payne, Dwight Phillips, Connie Teaberry, Lewis Banda and Tim Harden), several World Championship team members and several USA Junior team members, including Otis McDaniel (2005 PanAm Junior Champion in the 200m) and former Sun Devil Tony Berrian (the 1997 400m junior national champion). Anderson also coached Justyn Warner (2006 IAAF runner-up in the 100m) and Virgil Hodge (2006 runner-up in the 200 and third in the 100 at the Central American and Caribbean Games) to top finishes on the international stage. In 1995, Anderson was selected to the South coaching staff at the Olympic Festival. Anderson graduated from Kansas State in 1983 and earned his master's degree from the school in 1985. He and his wife, Claire, have a 21-year old daughter, Kandace, an 12-year old son, Isiah, and a eight-year old daughter, Jasmine.

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HEAD COACH DARRYL ANDERSON HONORS NCAA All-Americans: Lewis Banda (400m - 2006 outdoor) 2006 Menʼs outdoor 4x100 meter relay (Bradley Reed, Otis McDaniel, Justyn Warner, Banda) 2006 Menʼs outdoor 4x400 meter relay (Che Chavez, Delwayne Delaney, Jackson Langat, Banda) Virgil Hodge (200m - 2006 outdoor) 2006 Womenʼs outdoor 4x400 meter relay (Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Kishelle Paul, Nathandra John) Lewis Banda (400m - 2006 indoor) Jackson Langat (800m champion - 2006 indoor) 2006 Menʼs indoor 4x400 meter relay (Banda, Butler, Langat, McDaniel) 2005 Womenʼs outdoor 4x400 meter relay (M. Davis, D. Jones, Harmon, John) 2007 Womenʼs Outdoor 4x100 meter relay (K. Bell, J. Jones, V. Hodge, D. Jones) 2007 Womenʼs Indoor 4x400 meter relay (D. Jones, J. Jones, K. Paul, N. John) Virgil Hodge (200m - 2007 indoor) Virgil Hodge (200m - 2007 outdoor) Jonathan Jackson (triple jump - 2007 outdoor) Virgil Hodge (200 meters - 2008 indoor) Neidra Covington (Triple Jump & Long Jump - 2008 indoor) Jonathan Jackson (Triple Jump - 2008 indoor) 4x400 Menʼs Indoor Relay (Runner-Up) (C, Chavez, Dell Guy C. Henry, M. Love) Mychal Dungey (200 Meters - 2008 outdoor) Joe Brown (Menʼs Javelin - 2008 outdoor) 2008 Menʼs Outdoor 4x100 Relay (Justyn Warner, Mychal Dungey, Andon Mitchell, Otis McDaniel) Jessica Young (60 Meters - 2009 Indoor) 2009 4x400 Womenʼs Indoor Relay (Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Jessica Young) Jessica Young (100 Meters - 2009 Outdoor) Neidra Covington (Triple Jump - 2009 Outdoor) Whitney Gipson (Long Jump - 2009 Outdoor)Triple Jump 2009 Menʼs Outdoor 4x100 Relay (Mark Barnes, Otis McDaniel, Mychal Dungey, Justyn Warner)

Conference Outdoor Champions: Andon Mitchell (100m @ 2009 MWC) Mychal Dungey (200m @ 2009 MWC) Jordan Pitts (110m hurdes @ 2009 MWC) Tommy Killen (Discus @ 2009 MWC) Jessica Young (100 & 200m @ 2009 MWC) Jessica Clarke (400m @ 2009 MWC) Kishelle Paul (100-meter hurdles @ 2009 MWC) Stormy Harrison (Shot Put @ 2009 MWC) Jonathan Jackson (Triple Jump @ 2008 MWC) Joe Brown (Javelin @ 2008 MWC) Justyn Warner (100m @ 2008 MWC) Otis McDaniel (200m @ 2008 MWC) Jordan Pitts (110-400m hurdes @ 2008 MWC) Virgil Hodge (100 & 200m @ 2008 MWC) Jessica Clarke (400m @ 2008 MWC) Kishelle Paul (100-meter hurdles @ 2008 MWC) Stormy Harrison (Shot Put @ 2008 MWC) McKale Davis (10,000 meters @ 2007 MWC) Jonathan Jackson (Long Jump @ 2007 MWC) Jonathan Jackson (Triple Jump @ 2007 MWC) Virgil Hodge (100m & 200m @ 2007 MWC) Delwayne Delaney (100m & 200m @ 2007 MWC) Candis Kelley (shot put @ 2007 MWC) Kishelle Paul (100-meter hurdles @ 2007 MWC) Clint Renfro (400-meter hurdles @ 2007 MWC) Deborah Jones (400 meters @ 2007 MWC) Lewis Banda (400 meters @ 2006 MWC) Virgil Hodge (100 and 200 meters @ 2006 MWC) Jonathan Jackson (Triple jump @ 2006 MWC) Nathandra John (400 meters @ 2006 MWC) Candis Kelley (Shot put @ 2006 MWC) Jackson Langat (800 meters @ 2006 MWC) Otis McDaniel (100 and 200 meters @ 2006 MWC) Kishelle Paul (100-meter hurdles @ 2006 MWC) Calandra Stewart (1500 meters @ 2006 MWC) Kip Kangogo (1,500m and 5,000m @ 2005 C-USA) Jackson Langat (800m @ 2005 C-USA) Bradley Reed (100m @ 2005 C-USA Outdoors)

Conference Indoor Champions: Andon Mitchell (60m @ 2009 MWC) Jordan Pitts (60m hurdles @ 2009 MWC) Jessica Young (60m & 400m @ 2009 MWC) Jessica Clarke (200m @ 2009 MWC) Candis Kelley (Shot Put @ 2009 MWC) Andon Mitchell (60m @ 2008 MWC) Mychal Dungey (200m @ 2008 MWC) Jordan Pitts (60m hurdles @ 2008 MWC) Jonathan Jackson (Triple Jump @ 2008 MWC) Virgil Hodge (60m & 200m @ 2008 MWC) Kishelle Paul (60m hurdles @2008 MWC) Candis Kelley (Shot Put @ 2008 MWC) Neidra Covington (Triple and Long Jump @ 2008 MWC) Virgil Hodge (60m & 200m @ 2007 MWC) Neidra Covington (Triple Jump @ 2007 MWC) Candis Kelley (shot put @ 2007 MWC Indoors) Delwayne Delaney (60m @ 2007 MWC) Lewis Banda (400m @ 2006 MWC) Virgil Hodge (200m @ 2006 MWC) Deborah Jones (400m @ 2006 MWC) Kip Kangogo (Mile, 3,000m and 5,000m @ 2005 C-USA; 3,000m @ 2006) Candis Kelley (shot put @ 2006 MWC Indoors) Jackson Langat (800m @ 2005 C-USA; 800m @ 2006 MWC Indoors) Kishelle Paul (60m hurdles @ 2006 MWC Indoors) Calandra Stewart (Mile @ 2006 MWC Indoors) Justyn Warner (60m @ 2006 MWC Indoors) 2009 MWC/Menʼs & Womenʼs 4x400 relay 2008 MWC/Menʼs & Womenʼs 4x400 relay 2006 MWC/Menʼs 4x400 relay 2007 MWC/Womenʼs 4x400 relay (Hodge, Davis, John, Paul) 2006 MWC/Menʼs 4x400 relay (Butler, Banda, Chavez, Langat) 2006 MWC/Womenʼs 4x400 relay (Hodge, D. Jones, John, Paul) 2005 C-USA/Menʼs Distance Medley Relay (Bundren, Langat, Butler, Kangogo) 2005 C-USA/Womenʼs 4x400 relay (Marq. Davis, D. Jones, J. Jones, John) Conference Outdoor Relay Champions: 2009 MWC Menʼs and Womenʼs 4x100 2009 MWC Menʼs 4x400 2008 MWC Menʼs and Womenʼs 4x100/4x400 2007 MWC Menʼs 4x100 relay 2007 MWC Womenʼs 4x100 relay 2007 MWC Womenʼs 4x400 relay 2007 MWC Menʼs 4x400 relay 2006 MWC Menʼs 4x100 relay 2006 MWC Womenʼs 4x100 relay 2006 MWC Womenʼs 4x400 relay 2005 C-USA/Menʼs 4x400 relay 2005 C-USA/Womenʼs 4x100 relay 2005 C-USA/Womenʼs 4x400 relay Conference Individual Superlatives: Jessica Young (2009 Outstanding Performance Award) Virgil Hodge (2008 Outstanding Performance Award) Joe Brown (2008-09 Student-Athlete of the Year) Virgil Hodge (2007 High-Point Award) Neidra Covington (2007 Freshman of the Year) Dell Guy (2007 Freshman of the Year) Otis McDaniel (2006 MWC Outdoor Outstanding Performer) Justyn Warner (2006 MWC Indoor Freshman of the Year) Jacob Hernandez (2005 C-USA Outdoor Male Freshman of the Year) Kip Kangogo (2005 C-USA Indoor Athlete of the Meet)

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ASSISTANT COACH JOHN KENNESON John Kenneson, a seasoned coaching veteran enters his 27th season of Division I coaching and his sixth at Texas Christian University in 2010. At TCU, Kenneson oversees all throwing events. He also supervises the strength training for the throwing athletes. While coaching at TCU, he has guided the Horned Frogs to exceptional performances, including several school and Mountain West Conference records. This past spring, Kenneson once again produced the conference champion in the women's shot put during both the indoor and outdoor seasons. TCU has now captured eighth-straight Mountain West Conference shot put titles between the indoor and outdoor seasons under Kenneson's watch.

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Hometown Columbia, Missouri High School Hickman High School (Columbia, Mo.) Education Bachelorʼs Degree Missouri State (1982) Masterʼs Degree University of Mississippi (1984) Coaching Experience 1982-1984 Mississippi (Assistant Coach) 1985-1986 NC State (Assistant Coach) 1986-1992 Florida (Assistant Coach) 1992-1997 Kentucky (Assistant Coach) 1997-1998 Auburn (Assistant Coach) 1998-2004 Kentucky (Assistant Coach) 2004-present TCU (Assistant Coach) Olympians Coached Tom Pukstys

For the second-consecutive year, sophomore Stormy Harrison crushed the women's shot put field, claiming the event-title with a new complex and seasonal-best throw of 52 feet, 6 ¾ inches. She closed out the season competing at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. On the men's side at the conference level, Tommy Killen captured the 2009 Mountain West Conference discus title at the MWC Outdoor Championships. By winning the event-title, Killen, a junior from Louisiana, became the first Horned Frog in program history to claim first-place honors in the men's discus at a conference championship. Finally, senior Candis Kelley put a close to one of the most impressive indoor careers in Mountain West Conference history, winning the women's shot put for the fourth-straight year with an NCAA provisional toss of 50 feet, 2 ¾ inches. By doing so, Kelley became the first female student-athlete in MWC history to win the women's shot put title fourstraight years. Harrison earned runner-up honors in the event with an NCAA provisional toss of 50 feet. In 2008, Kenneson guided Candis Kelley, who claimed her third-straight MWC indoor shot put title during the winter, to the women's shot title at the 81st annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays. Two weeks later, Kelley became only the second female in TCU history to win the title at the historic Penn Relays. Freshman Stormy Harrison won the women's shot put title at the conference outdoor meet with the second longest throw in Mountain West Conference Championship history. The Cisco natives throw of 52 feet, 2 ½ inches, set a new Lowdon Track and Field Complex record. Harrison, who recorded the longest-throw in the nation by an American freshman in 2008, crushed the school discus record by tossing 160 feet, 2 inches on her third throw to fin-

ish fifth overall in the event at the John Jacobs Invite. Tommy Killen had another stellar 2008 season under Kenneson's tutiledge. During the indoor season, he placed third overall in the shot at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships. Killen had an amazing string during the outdoor season in which he won five of six competitions in the men's discus. At the John Jacobs Invite, Killen won the men's discus in Norman, tossing a career best mark of 192 feet, 10 inches, which was an NCAA regional qualifying mark. His throw broke Jordan Reynold's previous school record. Killen's toss was one inch off the Olympic Trials standard. In the men's javelin under Kenneson's watch, senior Joe Brown closed his MWC career in winningfashion, taking the title on his last attempt in competition. Overall, Brown blasted a throw of 221 feet, 7 inches to become only the second Horned Frog ever to win a conference crown in the javelin, and the first since Wes Ritchey won the Southwest Conference in 1954. At the Midwest Regional, Brown qualified for the NCAA Championships by crushing his own school record in the men's javelin. Brown, a senior from Overland Park, Kan., recorded a fifth-place finish by tossing the javelin 224 feet to break his previous school record of 222 feet, 5 inches set in 2006. Finally, Brown earned All-America honors by tossing the javelin 211 feet, 9 inches to place 10th overall at the NCAA Championships. By doing so Brown, who was named the 2008 Mountain West Conference Student-Athlete of the Year, became the first TCU athlete ever to be named an All-American in the javelin. Kenneson has spent the bulk of his career in the highly-competitive SEC. He came to Fort Worth from Lexington, Kentucky, where he served as an assistant track & field coach at the University of Kentucky for 11 of the past 12 years. While at UK, Kenneson coached his athletes to 23 All-America certificates, 28 school records and logged eight national top 20 finishes. Overall, his athletes have garnered 41 All-America certificates. His only previous stint outside the SEC came when he led the field and multi-events program for both men and women at North Carolina State University as an assistant coach from 1985-86. Kenneson compiled an impressive portfolio with two ACC men's team championships, 11 All- ACC women athletes and 13 All-ACC men's performances, while establishing 10 school records during his two-year tenure in Raleigh. Kenneson joined the staff at the University of Florida in 1986, holding the position of head field

and multi-events coach. While at Florida he assembled one of the most competitive and productive field events programs in the history of the SEC and NCAA track & field. With shot putters Dwight Johnson and Matt Simson owning personal bests of 660 and 63-3, Russ Willett claiming a best discus throw of 197-11, Tom Pukstys throwing the javelin 273-3, Mike Holloway vaulting 18-8 3/4 and Dion Bentley long jumping 26-9, Kenneson's corps of field event athletes led the Gators to seven "Top Five" finishes in the NCAA Championships. With Kenneson on board, the Gators won the SEC Triple Crown (cross country, indoor and outdoor track) in both 1987 and 1988. During the 1991-92 seasons, three Kenneson-coached athletes teamed up to form the top three shot putters in the NCAA. Simson went on to win a silver medal at the World University Games in 1992. Another world-class athlete, Tom Pukstys, to whom Kenneson also coached, is a former American and current collegiate record holder in the javelin (273-3) and was a finalist at the 1992 and 1996 Olympics. Pukstys held the American record from 1994-2004 before Breaux Greer set the new mark with a throw of 287-8 in 2004. Kenneson joined the Kentucky staff in 1992 and began to build a nationally-regarded field events program from scratch. Two of Kentucky's All-Americans were U.S. Junior National Team members and another, Matt Kavanagh, was the gold medalist in the hammer throw at the 1997 Junior Pan America Games. He spent one year at Auburn University (1997-98) before returning to Kentucky the following year. While at Auburn in 1998, Kenneson helped Nakeitra Jones set the SEC women's high jump record with a leap of 6'-05". Under Kenneson's tutelage at Kentucky, Jeff Chakouian was the only collegian shot putter to reach the finals of the 2004 United States Olympic Trials. Chakouian was the UK record holder in the shot with a mark of 66-3, was the Southeast Regional champion and finished third at the 2004 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Chakouian is also one of only three SEC athletes to ever win four consecutive SEC indoor titles. Chakouian was only beaten outdoors by current Olympians Reese Hoffa (Georgia) and Edis Elkavis (Auburn). Kenneson also coached Ildiko Varga, who placed seventh in the women's discus throw at the 2004 NCAA Championships. Kenneson is a member of the National Throws Coaches Association, and the NCAA Track Coaches Association. He is also a certified personal trainer.

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ASSISTANT COACH SHAWN WINGET Shawn Winget is in his third season at TCU, where he serves as the distance and cross country coach. During the 2009 outdoor track and field season, Winget helped Sean Zurko qualify for the 2009 Midwest Regional with a seasonal-best time of 1:49.87 seconds in the 800 meters. Zurko finished second overall in the 800 at the LSU Relays, while also winning the 800 meters at Texas Tech with a time of 1:49.95, which was an NCAA regional qualifying mark. He also won the Horned Frog Invitational in the 800 meters, while placing third overall at the MWC Outdoor Championships to earn all-conference honors. At LSU, under Winget's watch the 4x800 and Tanja Ivandic garnered first-place honors. He also helped the sprint medley, place third at the Texas Relays and sixth overall at the Penn Relays.

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WINGET DISTANCE COACH | THIRD YEAR

Hometown Dodge City, Kansas High School Dodge Senior High School (Dodge City) Education Bachelorʼs Degree Abilene Christian University (1994) Masterʼs Degree Baylor University (1996) Coaching Experience 1993 Abilene Christian (Assistant Coach) 1995-1996 Baylor University (Grad. Assistant) 1996-2004 Northwood University (Head Coach) 2006-2007 Ferris High School (Head Coach) 2007-present TCU (Assistant Coach)

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During the indoor season, Winget guided Zurko to a first-place finish in the men's 800-meter run at the Razorback Invitational. Freshman Jack O'Brien followed in fifth-place out of 36 competitors with a personal-best time of 1:54.34 in Fayetteville. Finally, Jeff Pels crossed the finish line in seventh-place in the men's mile, while Ivandic finished fourth in her heat and 14th overall to lead the TCU distance attack on the women's side. For the Razorback Invitational, the Purple and White distance runners posted seven personal-bests.

Central Region. Overall, the Purple and White were ranked in the region for four-consecutive weeks and finished the South Central Regional in eighth-place. During the season, the women captured the North Texas Invitational, while Tanja Ivandic, who led TCU in every regularseason meet this fall, won the North Texas Opener, while having the top-time in the Mountain West Conference in the 4K. In 2008, Winget helped Festus Kigen earn allconference honors during the outdoor season by placing second overall at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships. Kigen, who recorded a ninth-place showing in the 5,000 at the Midwest Regional, also placed second overall at the Mt. SAC Relays with a regional qualifying mark of 14:03.61 in the 5,000 meters. Winget also guided Sean Zurko to a personal-best time of 1:50.78 in the 800 meters, while also crossing the finish-line in third-place at the Texas Relays. On the women's side, TCU's distance medley relay earned all-conference honors during the indoor portion of 2008, while the Horned Frogs placed five different runners in the top-5 of the 3,000 meters seven times.

Winget also helped the women's distance medley earn all-conference honors at the 2009 MWC Indoor Championships by placing third overall in the event. At the Texas A&M Invitational, Winget coached Ivandic to runner-up honors in both the 1,000 meters and mile run.

During the cross country season, Winget helped sophomore Festus Kigen qualify for the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, Ind. Overall, Winget had two runners represent TCU at the South Central Regional in senior Matt Manly and Kigen. Kigen was also named Mountain West Conference men's cross country athlete of the week after finishing second overall at the Texas A&M Invitational. On the women's side, Winget's young squad was led by freshman Tanja Ivandic. Ivandic's top finish was second-place at the UNT Invite.

Last fall, Winget helped Festus Kigen finish 4th overall at the South Central Regional to punch his ticket to nationals for the second-consecutive season. At the South Central Regional, Kigen, who was named to the all-region squad, finished the men's 10K race with a time of 30:35.0 to record his highest regional finish of his career and TCU's highest men's finish since 2005.

Winget came to TCU from Ferris High School in Ferris, Texas. Under Winget's tutelage, Ferris set twelve school records and captured the district championship in both cross country and track and field for the first time in school history. Individually, Winget coached 53 all-district performers, one regional champion, eight regional finalists and a state qualifier in the 300-meter hurdles during his time at Ferris.

Kigen under Winget's watch opened the month of Nov., earning runner-up honors at the Mountain West Conference Cross Country Championships. The Eldoret, Kenya, native, crossed the finish line in 24:25 to earn the highest-finish for a Horned Frog on the men's side in MWC history.

Prior to his three-year stint with Ferris, Winget served as the head men's and women's cross country and track and field coach at Northwood University in Cedar Hill from 1996 to 2004. While at Northwood, Winget, who was the regional coach of the year eight times, won 16 conference championships and six regional cross country championships. The Knights under Winget qualified for the NAIA national cross country meet eight consecutive years.

On the women's side under Winget, TCU entered regional action ranked No. 11 in the South

During his time at the NAIA power, Winget coached 78 conference champions, 11 allAmericans, one national champion and one IAAF world cross country participant. From 1995 to 1996, Winget served as an assistant coach at Baylor University, while obtaining his master's degree in human performance. During his stay at Baylor, the Bears won the final Southwest Conference Indoor Championship. Individually, eight athletes were named all-conference performers during the indoor season, while four captured conference championships. In cross country, Winget helped produce five all-conference athletes, three all-regional selections and one national qualifier. Winget began his coaching career at Abilene Christian University as an assistant coach in 1993. There he helped guide ACU to back-toback track and cross country conference championships, while also aiding the Wildcats to three consecutive Division II National Championships. Under Winget, athletes excelled at the highest level with 13 receiving all-America status and five being crowned national champions. Winget, who graduated from Abilene Christian with a bachelor of science degree in physical education, was captain for the Wildcat cross country team that won the NCAA Division II National Championship. There he was a two-time all-conference performer in the 1,500 meters and cross country. Winget was also an all-regional performer in cross country. Winget and his wife Ricci, who was a three-time all-conference volleyball player at Abilene Christian, reside in Midlothian. They have one daughter, Riann.

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ASSISTANT COACHES DENNIS DARLING & NIC PETERSEN Nic Petersen is in his first season as an assistant coach at TCU. Petersen comes to TCU from the University of Nebraska, where he served the 2009 season as an assistant coach for the Huskers. In Lincoln, Petersen worked in the jumps area learning under legendary head coach Gary Pepin. He will serve as the jumps and multi-events coach for the Flyin' Frogs.

Three-time Olympian Dennis Darling is in his first season as an assistant coach at TCU. Darling, who will coach the women's sprints at TCU, comes to Fort Worth from the University of Texas-Arlington where he guided the men's 4x100 to the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships, while also helping Cordero Gray and Jasmine Walls to All-America honors in the 100 and 200 meters, respectively, last spring.

During the 2009 indoor season, Petersen helped develop long jumpers Nicholas Gordon and Chris Phipps. Both Gordon and Phipps earned All-America honors at the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championships in College Station, with Gordon winning the national title with a leap of 26 feet, 4 ¼ inches.

Prior to his stop in Arlington, Darling, a native of Nassau, Bahamas, spent the 2007-08 season as the head coach of Texas-Pan American. Darling, who was an assistant coach for the Broncos in 2006-07, coached high jumper Will Littleton to All-America honors during the 2008 NCAA Outdoor Championships, while also being named the 2008 Great West Conference Coach of the Year.

Gordon, under Petersen's watch, also excelled during the outdoor season this past spring as he was crowned the Big 12 Champion in the long jump with a leap of 25 feet, 11 ½ inches, while also placing third overall at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. He later went on to place third at the 2009 Jamaican National Championships and represent Jamaica at the World Championships in Berlin.

A world-class athlete, Darling was a member of the Bahamas 4x400 relay squad that qualified for the finals in the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympics.

DENNIS

DARLING WOMENS SPRINTS COACH | FIRST YEAR

Hometown Nassau, Bahamas High School William P. Clements High School Education Bachelorʼs Degree University of Houston (2000) Coaching Experience 2006-07 Texas-Pan American (Assistant Coach) 2007-08 Texas-Pan American (Head Coach) 2009 Texas-Arlington (Assistant Coach)

He began his Olympic career at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta where he was part of a Bahamas relay squad that finished fifth overall. At the 2000 Sydney games, his relay team finished fourth. Darling, who was a team captain at the 2004 games in Athens, guided the quartet to sixthplace honors in 2004. A four-time participant at the IAAF World Championships, Darling earned a bronze medal at the 2003 World Championships as a member of Bahamas 4x400 relay that clocked a time of 3:00.53 in Paris. He was also a part of a 4x400-meter relay squad that reached the finals at the 1999 IAAF World Championships in Seville, Spain. Prior to his professional career, Darling was a standout for the University of Houston track and field program where he captured 12 Conference USA titles. During his senior campaign, Darling was selected as the Conference USA Indoor Men's Athlete of the Year for the second time in his career after receiving the same award during his junior campaign. Darling was a four-time AllAmerican with the Cougars and captured All-America honors during both the indoor and outdoor seasons his freshman year. While at Houston, Darling was selected as the 1999 Mentor of the Year by the EXCEL Program, which matched up incoming freshmen with senior mentors during the academic year.

NIC

PETERSEN JUMPS/MULTI COACH | FIRST YEAR

Petersen has worked with such athletes as Dusty Jonas, a 2008 Olympian and NCAA Indoor Champion in the high jump. He has also helped coach three-time All-America honoree Epley Bullock as well as All-American Paul Hamilton. Prior to coaching, Petersen, who graduated from Nebraska in 2006 with a degree in economics, excelled on the pole vault runway for the Huskers. Overall, Petersen captained three Big 12 Championship squads, while also being named to the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team in 2003, 2006 and 2007.

Hometown Omaha, Neb. High School Creighton Prep High School Education Bachelorʼs Degree University of Nebraska (2006) Coaching Experience 2008 University of Nebraska (Assistant Coach)

Darling's brother, Devard, is currently a wide receiver with the Kansas City Chiefs, having spent the last six seasons in the NFL.

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Skott

Junko

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NORDMANN

Sport oversight | Fifth YEAR

ATHLETIC TRAINER | SECOND YEAR

COMPLIANCE | FOURTH YEAR

Scott Kull is in his fifth year as associate athletics director for External Operations. Kull came to TCU after spending eight years at Florida State University, where he held the position of associate athletics director for marketing and general manager of Seminole athletics marketing.

Assistant athletic trainer Junko Yazawa came to TCU from Long Island University in 2009. The Nagoya, Japan, native works primarily with the Horned Frogs track and field teams, attending to the teams' daily injury prevention and treatment.

At TCU, Kull is responsible for overseeing the marketing, ticket office and media relations operations, as well as serving as the liaison to ISP Sports Network. He is also the administrator for men's and women's golf, men's basketball and men's and women's track & field. Kull originally moved to Tallahassee in 1997 to become the director of athletics marketing. In 1999, Kull was named the general manager of Host Communications and director of sales for Seminole athletics marketing. At Florida State, Kull sold the first collegiate football sideline headset deal with Alltel and oversaw the creation of Seminole Village, which provides fans with interactive entertainment at home games as well as additional opportunities for advertisers. Kull also developed a plan to add a state-of-the-art video board/scoreboard to Florida State's $10 million baseball stadium renovation project. In Kullʼs last two years at FSU, the Sminolesʼ marketing staff earned 10 national sports marketing awards and was responsible for increasing sales revenues by landing millions of dollars in athletic advertising contracts. Kull has also worked in the athletics marketing departments at Florida, Ohio State and Georgia Tech. He earned his bachelor's degree in business and organizational communications from Otterbein College, where he played football and was on the track & field team. The native of New London, N.H., earned his master's degree in sport management from The Ohio State University.

In addition, she is also responsible for maintaining health records for incoming and returning athletes to ensure that they are physically cleared for NCAA competition. Yazawa brought a wealth of athletic training experience with her to Fort Worth. Prior to her stint at Long Island University in Brooklyn, Yazawa spent a year as an athletic training intern at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she worked with the Roadrunners' baseball team. Yazawa also spent the 2004 season with the Austin Wranglers of the Arena Football League. Yazawa has served three stints as an athletic trainer with the U.S. Track and Field Team, most recently at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Yazawa also worked at the 2007 World Championships in Osaka, Japan. She also worked with the team in 2004 at the International Chiba Ekiden in Japan. In March 2004, she spent spring training in Peoria, Ariz., working with the San Diego Padres. Yazawa attended Texas State, where she also worked as a student athletic trainer for the football, track and field, tennis, cheerleading programs. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education from Mukogawa Women's University in Hyogo, Japan, in 1997. Yazawa completed her Master of Education degree in physical education at Texas State in 2002 and augmented that degree with another bachelor's degree in exercise sport science from Texas State in 2004. She holds licenses from the National Athletic Trainers Association Board of Certification and the Texas Department of Health.

Andrea Nordmann joined the TCU staff in 2007 as associate athletics director for compiance. Nordmann came to the Horned Frogs after serving as the assistant director of compliance for financial aid at the University of Miami (Fla.). She spent six years with the Hurricanes. In June 2003, she was promoted from compliance coordinator to her current position. A 1993 graduate of Bowling Green State, Nordmann was a member of the Falconʼs womenʼs basketball team. She later played professionally in Belgium. After her playing career ended, Nordmann served two seasons as an assistant womenʼs basketball coach at Central Michigan. She then moved on to Eastern Michigan as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator from 1998-01. She received a Masterʼs of Business Administration from Bowling Green State in 1999.

Kim

JOHNSON SENIOR WOMAN ADMIN. | SECOND YEAR

Kim Johnson came to TCU in May 2008 as associate athletics director and senior woman administrator. Johnson joined the Horned Frogs after working the previous three years at the University of Alabama. She was the assistant director of compliance for two years before being promoted to assistant athletics director. With the Crimson Tide, Johnson's myriad of responsibilities included compliance, eligibility and overseeing the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. She was also the department liaison to the Office of Admissions and Housing and Residential Services. Prior to arriving in Tuscaloosa in May 2005, Johnson worked one year as the assistant director of compliance at Tulane University. Included among her duties were managing the admissions process for 15 sports and overseeing the financial aid requirements for the NCAA. Johnson is a 2001 graduate of Northwestern University, where she received a degree in communications. Upon her graduation, Johnson was hired by Northwestern as a compliance assistant. She worked three years at her alma mater before heading to Tulane. Johnson received a Master's of Science degree in human environmental science with a sport management emphasis from Alabama in December 2007.

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HOOVER

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MEDIA RELATIONS | THIRD YEAR

ACADEMIC ADVISOR | SECOND YEAR

STUDENT TRAINER | FIRST YEAR

Matt Hoover is in his third season as an assistant director of media relations at TCU. Hoover came to TCU from South Dakota State University, where he served as a graduate assistant from 2005-07. At TCU, Hoover is the main contact for women's soccer, men's and women's cross country, equestrian and men's and women's track and field. He also handles the video services and graphic design for the TCU media relations department. In 2008, Hoover's track and field media guide was nominated as the fourth-best media guide in his region by CoSIDA. This past summer, Hooverʼs track and field media guide was voted the second-best multi-sport guide in the nation by CoSIDA, while his womenʼs soccer guide collected ninth-place accolades among the nationʼs best. Away from TCU, Hoover was a member of the 2008 Olympic Trials media relations staff, while also working on the media relations staff for the World Football Challenge this past summer. A native of Elkhorn, Neb., Hoover graduated from South Dakota State in 2005 and received his Master's degree in mass communications/journalism two years later in Brookings. At South Dakota State, Hoover oversaw the Jackrabbits, women's soccer, wrestling, men's and women's tennis, equestrian and men's and women's track and field programs. He began his media relations career as a student assistant/intern at SDSU in June of 2004 under Ron Lenz and Jason Hove.

Kelle Branting began working at TCU in June 2008 at the Center for Academic Services and was hired as Assistant Director/Academic Advisor for Athletics in January 2009. She came to TCU from Kansas State University where she served as the Academic Counselor for the baseball, volleyball, tennis, men's and women's golf, and equestrian teams from 2003-2008. Kelle received her Bachelor's Degree in Life Sciences in 2001 and her Master's Degree in College Student Development with an emphasis in Intercollegiate Athletics in 2006, both from Kansas State University. While an undergraduate student at Kansas State, Kelle was a four-year starter for the volleyball team and in 2000, she earned First Team All-Big 12 and All-District honors while captaining the team to its first ever NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen appearance. In 2001, Kelle was a member of the U.S. professional volleyball team, the Grand Rapids Force. Kelle has a seven-year-old daughter, Kennedy.

Erika Theiss is an athletic training student at TCU, who is in her first year working with the track and field program. The Tomball native attended Concordia Lutheran High School where she excelled in both basketball and softball. Prior to working with the track and field program, she has worked with both the nationally ranked football and baseball programs here at TCU. She is currently looking to achieve a Masters of Science in Sports Medicine after she graduates. She has attended both national and district meetings in athletic training and is currently in her second year of being treasurer of the TCU Athletic Training Student Association.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS MARKETING DR. SAM HARALDSON

TEAM PHYSICIAN SEAN CONNER

EQUIPMENT | FOURTH SEASON

Mark Miller, in his fourth season with TCU, helps oversee daily operation of the athletic equipment room, which services 14 varsity sports. He was promoted from graduate assistant to Assistant Equipment Manager prior to the 2007-08 season. A 2003 graduate of Adelphi University in Garden City, N.Y., Miller is a Nationally Certified Equipment Manager (AEMA). He previously interned at Villanova, working with the basketball, football and softball programs following a stint as marketing coordinator for the NHLʼs Philadelphia Flyers before the league-wide lockout in 2004-05. A native of Norwalk, Conn., Miller was the starting goalie for the Adelphi University lacrosse program for two seasons and was named an all-conference selection in 2002 and 2003. Miller currently serves as head coach for the TCU club lacrosse program and is taking classes to complete a masterʼs degree in Advertising/Public Relations from TCU.

DIRECTOR OF TICKET OPERATIONS AMY GOODSON

SPORTS DIETITIAN JUDY ALTENBERG-CYR

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT LEWIS BANDA

VOLUNTEER COACH SETH AMOO

VOLUNTEER COACH RAYMOND STEWART

VOLUNTEER COACH

TIANDRA PONTEEN

VOLUNTEER COACH EVAN HUGHES

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TCU CHANCELLOR

Dr. Victor

BOSCHINI CHANCELLOR | SINCE 2003

As Chancellor of Texas Christian University since 2003, Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr., has had the privilege of leading the university through an extraordinary period. TCU has made unprecedented investments in scholarships, facilities and technology, academic programs, and new faculty and staff, all for one purpose: providing a world-class, values-centered university experience for TCUʼs almost 9,000 students. Reflecting his background in higher education administration and the familiarity with undergraduates that comes from teaching a class in the College of Education each year, Chancellor Boschini knows itʼs a 24/7 world for this generation of Horned Frogs. And heʼs determined that TCU maximizes all the opportunities for learning. Thatʼs why the new Campus Commons is open day and night. With four residence halls, the Brown-Lupton University Union, and soon-to be-completed Scharbauer Hall, an academic facility, the Commons is becoming the center of a vibrant social, cultural and intellectual life for students, faculty and staff. The Campus Commons concept grew from Vision in Action, a major strategic planning effort Dr. Boschini launched soon after becoming TCUʼs 10th chancellor. Among the results of Vision in Action are 10 new living/learning facilities opened in recent years; significant increases in scholarships and financial aid funds; the addition of a substantial number of faculty and instructional positions, resulting in a low 15:1 student/faculty ratio; several endowed chairs and professorships; and the creation of the John V. Roach Honors College. Underwriting these achievements is The Campaign for TCU, which has raised more than $203 million, 81 percent of its $250 million goal. Chancellor Boschini maintains a high profile in the world of higher education. Last year, as chair of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities (NAICU), he advocated for 1,000 independent colleges and universities across the nation. As past chair, he continues his work for NAICU, which is often described as “the voice of private higher education.” Chancellor Boschini is also past chair of the Mountain West Conferenceʼs Executive Board and is a member of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (ICUT). In spite of these responsibilities, the Chancellor teaches an honors course, A New Paradigm for Leadership, in the College of Education. Itʼs a natural fit since he not only holds the rank of professor of education, but also brings an extensive background in higher education administration to the classroom. Since TCU is Fort Worthʼs “home team,” the Chancellor takes an active role in as many community ventures as possible. He serves on the board of directors of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and the Van Cliburn Foundation. Chancellor Boschini and his wife Megan have given TCU two Horned Frogs: Elizabeth, a 2009 graduate, and Mary, a sophomore. Future Frogs Edward and Margaret attend All Saints Episcopal School.

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TCU BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Chairman – J. Luther King, Jr. Vice ChairMAN – Clarence Scharbauer III Secretary – Karen M. Baker Treasurer – Brian G. Gutierrez Term Expires Spring 2010 Allie Beth Allman (Dallas) Brenda A. Cline (Fort Worth) Ronald W. Clinkscale (Fort Worth) Lou Hill Davidson (Washington, DC) Mark L. Johnson (Fort Worth) J. Roger King (Fort Worth) Jerry J. Ray (Austin) Roy C. Snodgrass III (Austin) William E. Steele III (Fort Worth) J. Roger Williams (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2011 J. Kelly Cox (Midland) Alan D. Friedman (Dallas) Ann M. Jones (Albany) Mary Ralph Lowe (Fort Worth) Matthew K. Rose (Fort Worth) Patricia Penrose Schieffer (Washington, DC) F. Howard Walsh, Jr. (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2012 Marcia Fuller French (Fort Worth) Rafael G. Garza (Fort Worth) Charlie L. Geren (Fort Worth) Nick A. Giachino (Chicago, IL) J. Luther King, Jr. (Dallas) G. Malcolm Louden (Fort Worth) Kit Tennison Moncrief (Fort Worth) Roger A. Ramsey (Houston) Trevor D. Rees-Jones (Dallas) Amy E. Roach (Fort Worth) Joan G. Rogers (Fort Worth) Edgar H. Schollmaier (Fort Worth) Rick L Wittenbraker (Houston) Kimbell Fortson Wynne (Fort Worth) Term Expires Spring 2013 Peter L. Bermont (Miami, FL) John F. Davis III (Dallas) A.R. “Buddy” Dike (Fort Worth) Kenneth J. Huffman (Newtown, PA) Bruce W. Hunt (Dallas) Ronald C. Parker (Dallas) Billy Rosenthal (Fort Worth) Clarence Scharbauer III (Midland/Fort Worth) Duer Wagner III (Dallas/Fort Worth) Lissa N. Wagner (Midland) Robert J. Wright (Dallas) Ex-Officio Members Dani L. Cartwright, Regional Minister, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the Southwest (Fort Worth) Christopher D. Curtis, President, TCU Alumni Assoc. (Flower Mound) Colby D. Siratt, Alumni Association Representative (Fort Worth) John Wooldridge, Alumni Association Representative (Houston)

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TCU ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

Chris

DEL CONTE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR | SINCE 2009

Chris Del Conte was appointed TCUʼs seventh athletics director on Oct. 21, 2009. Del Conte, who has 19 years professional experience in intercollegiate athletics, was formerly the director of intercollegiate athletics for Rice University. During his tenure as director of intercollegiate athletics at Rice, Del Conte had responsibility for 16 intercollegiate programs and 350 student-athletes, along with coaches and staff. Del Conte also designed, developed and managed the Rice Vision for the Second Century Campaign, which has raised over $90 million to date. He secured significant funds to build athletic facilities such as the Tudor Fieldhouse and Youngkin Center for Student Athlete Excellence, and also raised $4 million for upgrades to the football stadium. Del Conte also secured a marketing sponsorship and broadcast rights contract for Rice and maintained a focus on student-athlete academic achievement, resulting in numerous public recognition awards from the NCAA for the academic progress rate of student-athletes. “We conducted a thorough national search, reviewed numerous résumés and ultimately found a stellar professional with the expertise and background to continue guiding our athletic program toward excellence,” said TCU Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. “Christopher has extensive experience and proven ability in collegiate athletics and academic administration. He has successfully served in leadership positions in athletic programs throughout the country and guided the development of strategic partnerships, negotiated and managed key contracts, advanced student-athlete academic achievement, and ensured that athletics remained integrated with the strategic direction of each university he served.” “I am thrilled to be appointed TCUʼs athletics director,” said Del Conte. “Athletics plays a vital role in the entire university experience and as such, it must remain an integral part of TCUʼs strategic direction. Doing so enhances and supports not only the student-athlete experience but also the collegiate experience of all TCU students. This program enjoys invaluable community involvement and support, has a history of excellence steeped in tradition and continues building its reputation on a national level. I look forward to carrying forward the great momentum that is clearly visible throughout the TCU athletic program.”

TCU ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTORS

Davis Babb Associate A.D.

Ross Bailey Associate A.D.

Jack Hesselbrock Associate A.D.

Kim Johnson Associate A.D./SWA

Prior to Rice, Del Conte was the senior associate athletics director for external operations and sports programs for the University of Arizona in Tucson. In that role, Del Conte had responsibility for the planning, management and oversight of the day-to-day operation for the department of intercollegiate athletics. He also functioned as the chief financial officer for the department; managed external operations; had oversight and management of all contracts, ticket sales, broadcast rights fees, corporate sponsorships, and trademarks and licensing; and oversight of all facility construction. He has served on various professional committees and associations including the Division 1A Directorsʼ Association and the National Association of Directors of Athletic Development.

Andrea Nordmann Associate A.D./Compliance

Scott Kull Associate A.D.

Del Conte received a bachelorʼs of arts degree in sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a masterʼs of education, administration and supervision from Washington State University in Pullman, Wash. Del Conte is married to Dr. Robin Ward and has two children, ages 8 and 7.

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2010 ATHLETE PROFILES

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HORNED FROG PROFILES

Mark

Adam

BARNES

BENZ

SO. | SPRINTS | HOUSTON, TEXAS

SR. | SPRINTS | ST. LOUIS, MO.

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

100: 10.38 | 200: 20.84

100: 10.78 | 200: 21.74

2009 All-American 2009 Closed out his freshman season collecting All-America honors as part of the men's 4x100 that placed eighth overall with a time of 39.50 seconds at the NCAA Championships ... Placed fourth overall in the 100 meters at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships with a personal-best time of 10.38 seconds ... Competed in the 200 meters at the Midwest Regional, clocking a personal-best time of 20.84 seconds ... Overall, posted regional qualifying marks in both the 100 and 200 meters during the outdoor season ... Finished in second-place in the 60 meters at the MWC Indoor Championships, while also clocking a runner-up performance in the 200 at the conference championships.

2009 Benz mainly competed in the 100 and 200 meters during the outdoor season, finishing 18th overall in the 200 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships ... During the indoor season, the senior clocked a 14thplace performance in the 200 at both the Texas Tech Invite and the prelims of the MWC Indoor Championships.

Klein Forest High School Barnes was one of the top track and field athletes in the state of Texas ... The freshman finished third in the 100 and second in the 200, respectively, at the 2008 state meet ... Barnes' top-times posted were 10.39 seconds in the 100 meters and 21.06 seconds in the 200 meters ... He was also a member of a 4x100 unit that led the nation with a time of 40.56 seconds in 2007 ... His 4x200 unit finished 2007 with the nations third-best time, clocking a time of 1:24.09.

2008 During the outdoor season, Benz came on late, finishing seventh overall in the 100 meters at the Mountain West Conference Championships in Fort Worth ... Recorded a personal-best time of 10.78 in the 100 in preliminary action at the MWC Championships to place fourth in his heat ... Also competed in the 200 meters during the outdoor season, posting a personal-best mark of 21.74 at the MWC Championships in preliminary competition ... Closed out the 2008 outdoor season finishing eighth overall in the 200 meters at the conference championships. 2007 Competed in the 100 and 200 meters ... Finished seventh in 200 meters at Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships ... Placed eighth in the finals of the 100 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a personal-best mark of 11.12 ... Posted a personal-best mark of 22.29 at the Horned Frog Invitational ... Clocked personal-best times of 7.43 in the 60 meters and 23.17 in the 200 meters during the outdoor season ... Finished 12th in 100 meters (11.17) at Horned Frog Invitational. 2006 Did not participate in any meets. Christian Brothers College High School Attended Christian Brothers College High School in St. Louis, Mo. ... Earned one letter in track and one in football ... Member of 4x100 team that was selected All-State in 2005 ... Ran the 100 meters in a time of 11.1 and the 200 meters in a time of 22.9 ... Named the team's Most Valuable Sprinter in 2005 ... Coached by Chris Scott.

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Marcus

CANNON JR. | THROWS | ODESSA, TEXAS

Ryan

DALRYMPLE

JR. | DISTANCE | PASADENA, CALIF.

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

SHOT PUT: 54-10 1/4 | DISCUS: 157-8

1500: 4:16.00 | 3000: 9:29.00

2009 Cannon led TCU with a second-place performance at the MWC Outdoor Championships in the men's shot put in Laramie, Wyo. ... Cannon tossed the shot put 54 feet, 10 Âź inches, which just missed a regional qualifying mark, in Laramie ... He earned all-conference recognition following his runner-up performance ... Captured first-place honors in the men's shot put at the TCU Invitational ... Posted the third-best throw in the conference during the 2009 outdoor season.

2009 Cross Country Closed out the season ranked in the top 15 in the Mountain West Conference in the men's 10K heading into regional action ... Dalrymple's top-showing was an 11th-place finish at the TCU Season Opener ... He also finished in the top 20 at the Ken Garland Invitational in Denton ... Closed out the 2009 season by placing 47th in the men's 8K at the MWC Championships.

2008 Cannon earned honorable mention all-conference honors during the football season ... Had an outstanding season as a first year starter, starting 10 of 12 games at right tackle. 2007 Saw action in all 13 games during football ... Served in a back-up role to Nic Richmond at right tackle. 2006 Redshirt Year Odessa High School First-team All-District and honorable mention 5A all-state as a senior in football ... Was an honorable mention all-district selection his junior year in football ... Was ranked 59th nationally among offensive linemen by Rivals.com ... Also lettered in basketball, track and field and powerlifting ... In track and field, Cannon threw the discus 175 feet, 4 inches to finish fourth overall at the Texas 5A State meet in 2006 ... Posted a personal-best toss of 60 feet, 8 inches in the shot and 176 feet, 8 inches in the discus

2009 Only competed in one meet during the 2009 indoor season, finishing 18th overall in the mile run at the Texas Tech Invite ... Did not compete during the outdoor season. 2008 Cross Country Finished the 2008 season ranked in the top-12 of the conference standings in the men's 6K ... Finished North Texas Opener in 20th-place, while also competing at the Cowboy Jamboree and Chile Pepper Festival ... Closed out the 2008 campaign placing 47th overall at the MWC Championships in San Diego. 2008 Saw lone action of the indoor season at the Texas Tech Invite, competing in the mile run ... Did not compete during the outdoor season. 2007 Cross Country Dalrymple opened the 2007 season by finishing 68th overall at the Bear Invitational ... At the Texas A&M Invitational, he finished in 65th-place with a time of 27.49 ... Dalrymple closed out the year at the MWC Championships by crossing the finish line 32:31 in Albuquerque, N.M. Loyola High School Dalrymple came to TCU following a solid senior season at Loyola High School in Pasadena, Calif. ... Earned one letter in track and field at Loyola ... Recorded time of 1:59.88 in the 800 meters.

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Mychal

Dell

DUNGEY

GUY

JR. | SPRINTS | AUSTIN, TEXAS

SR. | SPRINTS | LAS VEGAS, NEV.

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

100: 10.37 | 200: 20.67

200: 21.04 | 400: 46.78

Three-time All-American 2009 Dungey captured the 200 meters crown with a personal-best and regional qualifying time of 20.67 seconds at the MWC Outdoor Championships ... The sophomore's time, which set a new Louis S. Madrid Complex record, was at that point the 11th-fastest time in the nation and the fifth-fastest time in the Midwest Region for 2009 ... By winning the event, Dungey became the fourth consecutive Flyin' Frog to win the men's 200-meter dash at the outdoor championships ... Also earned all-conference honors as a member of the mens 4x100 that placed first overall at the conference championships with a time of 39.42 seconds ... Collected his third All-America honor of his career at the 2009 NCAA Championships as a leg on the 4x100 that finished in eighth-place with a time of 39.50 seconds ... Helped the unit clock a seasonal-best time of 39.41 seconds in the prelims of the 4x100 at nationals ... At the Midwest Regional, Dungey and the 4x100 qualified for nationals by placing third overall with a time of 39.87 seconds ... Won the 200 meters at the Texas Tech Invitational with a time of 20.78 seconds ... Also competed in the 4x400 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Finished fifth overall in the 100 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a personal-best time of 10.39 seconds ... Helped the men's 4x200 earn runner-up honors at the LSU Relays.

All-American 2009 Came on late in the year to finish fourth overall at the MWC Outdoor Championships in the 200 meters with a personal-best and regional qualifying time of 21.04 seconds ... Collected runner-up honors at the conference championships in the 400 meters with a seasonal-best time of 47.06 seconds ... Was also a member of the conference championship 4x400 relay team, helping them clock a time of 3:08.18 seconds ... In Philadelphia at the Penn Relays, Guy led the 4x400 quartet to a fifth-place finish with a regional qualifying and seasonalbest time of 3:04.87 seconds ... Competed at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 4x400, clocking a preliminary time of 3:05.48 seconds ... During the indoor season, Guy collected all-conference honors in the 400 meters after crossing the finish line in second-place with a time of 47.72 seconds ... Helped the 4x400 win a conference championship during the indoor season with a time of 3:11.32 seconds.

2008 Closed out the 2008 season earning All-America honors as a member of the 4x100 relay squad that placed seventh overall at the NCAA Championships ... Also posted All-America honors by finishing ninth overall in the 200 meters ... Overall at the NCAA's, Dungey crossed the finish line in 20.95 to place second in his first round heat and ninth overall in the 200 meters ... The newcomer recorded all-regional honors at the Midwest Regional by placing sixth overall with a time of 20.91 in the 200 in Lincoln ... Dungey, an Austin native, crossed the finish-line at the MWC Championships in second-place with a time of 20.86 in the 200 ... He cruised to a second-place finish with a time of 20.68 seconds at the TCU Invitational in the 200, while posting a personal-best time of 10.37 in a third-place finish in the 100 ... Won the conference championship in the 200 meters during the indoor season by crossing the finish line with a time of 21.17 seconds ... Collected all-conference honors by doing so ... Was part of a 4x100 unit that clocked the sixth fastest collegiate time at the Texas Relays ... Was also part of a 4x200 unit that clocked a seasonal best time of 1:23.21 to earn runner-up honors in the event in Austin ... That mark ranked in the top-10 in the world for most of the outdoor season. Austin High School Dungey comes to TCU following a solid career at Austin High School ... Dungey, who was named a USA Today AllAmerican following his junior and senior seasons, was a 2007 Nike Outdoor National 200 meters runner-up ... This past summer, Dungey was named an All-American by USA Track and Field News after posting the fourth fastest 200 time in the naton ... was also the 5A state champion in the 200 meters, while also winning the 2007 Southwest and Golden West 200 meter championships ... Dungey also competed in football at Austin High School where he was an all-district honorable mention selection as a junior.

2008 Closed out the indoor season as part of the men's 4x400 relay that blazed to a runner-up performance at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships ... Individually, placed third at the MWC Indoor Championships in the 400 meters to earn all-conference honors with a time of 47.32 ... Finally, was part of a conference championship 4x400 unit that qualified for nationals by clocking a time of 3:07.03 ... Earned all-conference honors by being a part of the 4x400 unit that won the MWC Championships in Fort Worth ... Competed at the Midwest Regional and at the NCAA Championships in the 4x400. 2007 Named Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year at both the Indoor and Outdoor MWC Championships ... Anchored 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams that competed at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Selected to All-MWC Outdoor team in the 200 and 400 meters and as a member of the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams ... Also named to All-MWC Indoor team after placing third in the 400 meters ... Set personal records in the 200 and 400 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships ... Placed third in each event with season-best marks of 21.47 in the 200 meters and 46.78 in the 400 meters ... Part of 4x400 relay team that finished ninth in the prelims at the NCAA Outdoor Championships with a season-best mark of 3:06.34. Western High School Attended Western High School in Las Vegas, Nev. ... Was a four-year letterwinner in track and field and also earned a letter in football ... Four-time state champion, including back-to-back titles in the 200 meters ... 2006 Nevada Gatorade Male Athlete of the Year ... 2006 Nevada state champion in the 100 and 200 ... 2005 Nevada state champion in the 400 and 200 ... Holds the state record in the 400 with a time of 47.52 ... Has personal bests of 10.69 in the 100, 21.34 in the 200 and 46.60 in the 400.

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Clemore

Zane

HENRY

HILL

SR. | SPRINTS | BROOKLYN, N.Y.

SO. | DISTANCE | KATY, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

200: 20.94

800: 1:57.79

All-American 2009 Henry did not compete during the indoor season ... Finished fifth overall at the MWC Championships in the 400 meters with a time of 48.04 seconds ... Helped the men's 4x400 win the conference championship with a time of 3:08.18 seconds ... Also ran a leg on the 4x400 unit that earned runner-up honors at the LSU Relays with a time of 3:08.63 ... Finally, helped the quartet finish fifth overall at the Penn Relays with a seasonal-best time of 3:04.87 seconds ... Competed on the 4x400 at the NCAA Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. 2008 At the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships, Henry placed fifth overall ... Became a solid force on the men's 4x400 unit, which posted runner-up honors at the NCAA Championships with a seasonal-best time of 3:06.19 ... Was also part of the 4x400 unit that won the conference championship with a time of 3:14.13 ... During the outdoor season, came on late in the year to clock a time of 21.08 seconds to place first overall in preliminary action of the 200 meters at the MWC Championships in Fort Worth ... Henry's mark was a personal best at that time and an NCAA regional qualifying mark ... In the finals, Henry earned all-conference honors by placing third overall with a seasonalbest time of 20.94 ... At the Midwest Regional, Henry's 4x100 unit opened the day clocking a seasonal best time of 39.70 to qualify for the NCAA Championships by placing third overall in the event in Lincoln ... Competed at the NCAA Championships in Des Moines in the 4x400 ... Henry's 4x400 unit closed out the Texas Relays clocking a season best time of 3:04.78 to finish fourth overall in the event in Austin. Arkansas Henry came to TCU following a successful freshman campaign at Arkansas ... At the Indoor SEC Championships, he clocked a prelim time of 21.54 in the 200 meters and ran the second leg of the DMR that earned runner-up honors with a time of 9:49.79 ... He later competed in the 200 meters, the 400 meters and the 4x100-meters at the SEC Championships ... At the 2007 NCAA Mideast Regional Championships, he ran the third leg of the 4x100-meter relay that punched a ticket to the NCAA Championships with a runner-up finish and a season-best time of 39.77 ... At the NCAA Championships, the 4x100-meter relay clocked a time of 40.15 in the prelims and narrowly missed advancing to the finals. East New York Transit Tech High School His best prep times include 21.4 in the 200 meters and 47.2 in the 400 meters ... In 2006, he was the indoor national champion as a member of the 4x200-meter and the 4x400-meter relays ... He was the 2006 outdoor city champion in the 200 meters, the 400 meters and as a member of the 4x400-meter relay, as well as the 2006 indoor champion in the 600 meters, 4x200-meter and the 4x400-meter relays ... For his efforts, he was named the New York City Heisman Trophy winner for track.

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2009 Cross Country Did not compete during the 2009 season. 2009 Clocked a personal-best time of 1:57.79 at the Texas Tech Invite in the 800 meters ... Finished 14th overall at the MWC Indoor Championships in the 800 ... Helped the men's 4x800 finished first overall and set a new complex record at the LSU Relays ... Ran on the 4x800 at the Penn Relays and Texas Relays ... Clocked a fifth-place finish in the 800 meters at the TCU Invitational. 2008 Cross Country Did not compete during the 2008 season. St. Thomas High School A three-time all-state selection in cross country, Hill competed at St. Thomas High School in Houston ... Hill, who was a two-time all-state selection in track and field, closed out his career, winning the state championships in the 800 meters and as a member of the 4x400 ... The freshman set a new school record in the 800 as a senior, clocking a time of 1:54.75.

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Holden

Festus

HOLLINGSWORTH

KIGEN

JR. | DISTANCE | HOUSTON, TEXAS

JR. | DISTANCE | ELDORET, KENYA

PERSONAL BESTS 1500: 4:16.00 | 3000: 9:43.39 2009 Cross Country Closed out the year finishing 44th overall at the MWC Championships ... Placed 20th overall at the Ken Garland Invitational ... Also competed at the Cowboy Jamboree and Chile Pepper Festival for the season. 2009 Mainly competed in the 3,000 meters during the indoor season with his top-performance being 25th overall at the Razorback Invite ... Came back during the outdoor season to compete at the Mean Green Twilight in the 3,000 meters ... Finished 10th overall in Denton in the event, while also collecting a 12th-place performance at the Horned Frog Invitational in the 3,000.

PERSONAL BESTS 1500: 3:48.28 | MILE: 4:06.81 | 5000: 14:03.61 Two-time NCAA Cross Country Qualifier 2009 Sat out the 2009 track and field and cross country seasonĘźs. 2008 Cross Country Kigen closed out the 2008 season representing TCU at the NCAA Championships where he finished 136th out of 252 competitors ... Overall, he led TCU in every meet this fall and finished 4th overall at the South Central Regional to punch his ticket to nationals ... At the South Central Regional, Kigen, who was named to the all-region squad, finished the men's 10K race with a time of 30:35.0 to record his highest regional finish of his career and TCU's highest men's finish since 2005 ... Kigen opened the month of Nov., earning runner-up honors at the Mountain West Conference Cross Country Championships ... The Eldoret, Kenya, native, crossed the finish line in 24:25 to earn the highest-finish for a Horned Frog on the men's side in MWC history.

2008 Cross Country Hollingsworth closed out the 2008 season by posting a 48th-place finish at the MWC Championships ... He finished the fall ranked No. 9 overall in the MWC in the men's 6K ... Crossed the finish line in 28th-place at the North Texas Opener, while also placing in the top-200 at both the Cowboy Jamboree and Chile Pepper Festival.

2008 Earned all-conference honors in the 1,500 meters after placing second overall at the Mountain West Conference Championships with a time of 3:48.28 ... Kigen placed first overall in the men's section A of the 1500 meters at the Texas Relays, crossing the finish line with a then personal best time of 3:50.30 ... At the Mt. SAC Relays, he placed second overall in the men's 5000 meters by crushing the NCAA regional qualifying mark with a time of 14:03.61 in the university division of the 5,000 meters ... Just missed qualifying for the NCAAs, by clocking a time of 14:07.51 at the Midwest Regional to place eighth overall.

2008 Saw limited action during the 2008 outdoor season, competing at the TCU and Horned Frog Invitational ... Overall, placed eighth overall in the 1,500 meters at the TCU Invitational ... Also, crossed the finish line in 11th-place in the 3,000 meters in Fort Worth ... Finally, ended the 2008 season competing in the 5,000 meters at the Mean Green Twilight.

2007 Cross Country Kigen, a Kenya native, closed out the season representing TCU at the NCAA Championships ... Finished 10th overall at the South Central Regional to punch his ticket to NCAA's ... His 15th-place effort at the Mountain West Championships led TCU in Albuquerque, N.M., while his 10K time of 30:04.03 at the regional ranked second in the Mountain West Conference ... Kigen, who was named to the 2007 South Central Region cross country team, had a successful sophomore campaign, earning Mountain West Conference Athlete of the Week following a fifth-place finish at the Texas A&M Invitational on Sept. 22.

2007 Cross Country Hollingsworth came on late in the year to compete at the final four meets of the season, including the MWC Championships ... Overall, his best performance was at the Texas A&M Invite where he posted a time of 28:54 ... He followed by finishing in the top-40 at the MWC Championships.

2007 Finished fourth in the 1500 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships with personal-record time of 3:51.10 ... Notched personal-best mark of 14:21.80 to place second in the 5000 meters at the Penn Relays ... Won the 1500 meters at the Horned Frog Invitational.

Kingwood High School Graduated from Kingwood High School ... Was a three-time team captain in cross country ... Collected 11 letters in track and field ... Was part of a state qualifying cross country squad his senior season.

2006 Cross Country Won first collegiate cross country meet by winning the Texas A&M Invitational with a time 25:16 ... Named Mountain West Conference Men's Cross Country Athlete of the Week on Sept. 19 ... Finished 13th at Mountain West Conference Championships with a time of 25:16.8 in the 8k ... Finished 23rd at South Central Regional with a time of 31:20.0 in 10,000 meters. Kericho High School Attended Kericho High School in Kenya, where he was coached by Moses Chepkwor.

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Tommy

Richard

KILLEN

KNOTTS

SR. | THROWS | NEW IBERIA, LA.

SO. | JUMPS | HOUSTON, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

DISCUS: 192-10 | 53-2

LONG JUMP: 24-08.00

2009 Sat out the indoor season ... Came back during the outdoor season to capture the 2009 Mountain West Conference discus title in Laramie, Wyo. ... By winning the event-title, Killen, a junior from Louisiana, became the first Horned Frog in program history to claim first-place honors in the men's discus at a conference championship .. Overall, Killen tossed the discus 179 feet, 2 inches, which is an NCAA regional qualifying mark, to claim first-place honors at the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex in Wyoming ... Killen claimed the men's discus title at the Texas Invitational with a seasonal-best and NCAA regional qualifying mark of 180 feet, 11 inches in Austin ... Killen's toss in Austin was the top-throw in the Mountain West Conference for 2009 ... Finished first overall in the discus at the Texas Invitational, Horned Frog Invitational, MWC Championships, TCU Invitational and Texas Tech Invite.

2009 Earned all-conference honors during the indoor season after placing third overall in the 60 meters at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships ... Also competed in the long jump during the indoor season, placing fourth at the Texas Tech Invite and ninth at the Razorback Invite ... Came back during the outdoor portion of the schedule and turned in a seventh-place showing at the LSU Relays and a fourthplace effort at the MWC Outdoor Championships in the long jump.

2008 During the indoor season, Killen placed third overall in the shot at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships with a toss of 16.19m ... He also finished in second-place in the shot put at the Arkansas Invitational ... Had an amazing string during the outdoor season in which he won five of six competitions in the men's discus ... At the John Jacobs Invite, Killen won the men's discus in Norman, tossing a career best mark of 192 feet, 10 inches, which was an NCAA regional qualifying mark ... His throw broke Jordan Reynold's previous school record of 190 feet, 8 inches, set in 1990 ... Killen's toss was one inch off the Olympic Trials standard ... Killen, a sophomore from New Iberia, La., tossed 179-03 (54.65m) to place first overall in the event at the TCU Invitational ... Also claimed the discus title at the UTA Open, tossing the discus 181 feet, 3 inches to place first overall with a regional qualifying mark ... Was a 2008 Midwest Regional participant. 2007 Redshirt season. 2006 Qualified for NCAA Championships in the discus ... Had the longest throw in the nation by a freshman ... Named Mountain West Conference Athlete of the Week on April 26 ... Finished fourth in the discus at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a throw of 172-09 ... Finished fourth in the shot put at the Mean Green Twilight with a throw of 50-03.50 ... Finished seventh in shot put at MWC Outdoor Championships with a throw of 49-08.50 ... Placed fourth in the shot put at the Wes Kittley 6 Way with a throw of 49-09.25. Catholic High School All-American High School Track & Field team ... Track & Field All-State sophomore through senior year in discus ... Set the Louisiana state record in the discus with a toss of 201-1 ... As a senior, won the Nike Outdoor National Championships in the discus (204-10) ... Also lettered in football as a lineman for Catholic High School ... Coached by Ossie Blaise.

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Nimitz High School Knotts came off an All-American career at Nimitz High School in Houston ... He earned two All-America honors in the long jump during his high school career ... Overall, he placed second at the 2008 Texas 5A State Meet with a leap of 23 feet, 10 inches ... Knotts also holds the Texas 5A Region III long jump record with a leap of 24 feet, 8 inches.

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Matt

Andrew

LOVE

MCDONALD

JR. | SPRINTS | CLEVAND HEIGHTS, OHIO

JR. | DISTANCE | COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO.

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

400: 46.19

1500: 4:16.28 | 5000: 9:10.28

All-American 2009 Helped the men's 4x400 qualify for the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championships by placing sixth overall at the ISU NCAA Qualifier with a seasonal-best time of 3:07.50 seconds ... Competed at nationals as a member of the men's 4x400 that placed ninth overall in College Station ... Helped the quartet win the conference indoor championship ... Also competed in the 400 meters during the indoor season, crossing the finish line in fifth-place at the conference championships ... Clocked a personal-best time of 46.19 seconds at the Midwest Regional in preliminary action of the 400 meters ... Won the 400-meter title at the TCU Invitational with an NCAA regional qualifying time of 46.65 seconds ... Also captured first-place honors in the event at the Horned Frog Invitational ... Was a key member of the men's 4x400 that placed fifth overall at the Penn Relays with a seasonal-best time of 3:04.87 seconds ... Also helped the quartet finish second at the LSU Relays with a time of 3:08.63 ... Closed out the outdoor season at the NCAA Championships. 2008 Earned All-America honors by helping the men's 4x400 unit finish second overall at the NCAA Indoor Championships ... Also helped the 4x400 unit collected the conference indoor championship by posting a time of 3:14.13 ... Individually, posted a top-time of 48.44 seconds in the men's 400 in preliminary action at the MWC Championships, while placing fourth in the 200 meters at the Arkansas Invitational ... Excelled during the outdoor season, placing eighth overall at the Midwest Regional by clocking a time of 46.46 seconds ... Collected runner-up honors at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships with a time of 47.36 seconds ... In the 200 meters, Love clocked a toptime of 21.36 at the Horned Frog Invitational ... A key component on the men's 4x400, Love helped the unit place first overall at four different meets during the outdoor season, including the conference championship ... His 4x200 and 4x400 units were ranked in both the national and world rankings for most of the outdoor season.

2009 Cross Country Did not compete during the 2009 Cross Country Season. 2009 Did not compete during the 2009 track and field season. 2008 Cross Country McDonald competed at the North Texas Opener where he finished 30th overall in Denton. 2008 Did not compete during the 2008 season. 2007 Cross Country McDonald gained valuable experience this fall as he competed in every meet for the Horned Frogs ... Finished 27th overall at the UNT Invitational with a time of 29:53.76 ... In a tough field, he posted a 75th-place finish at the Texas A&M Invite, while also competing at the MWC Championships as a true freshman where he placed in the top-40 in Albuquerque. Thomas B. Doherty High School Graduated from Thomas B. Doherty High School ... Was a four-time letterwinner in both track and cross country ... collected honorable mention all-Colorado honors following senior cross country season ... Picked up numerous awards in both cross country and track, including the top-scholar athlete award his senior year.

Cleveland Heights High School Love brought a wealth of experience to TCU after earning two letters at Cleveland Heights ... Love competed at the Midwest Meet of Champions ... He will compete in the sprints area for the Flyin' Frogs ... Was a high school All-American selection by Track and Field News.

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Jack

O’BRIEN SO. | DISTANCE | LANTANA, TEXAS

Jeff

PELS JR. | DISTANCE | COPPELL, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

800: 1:51.93

800: 1:55.06 | 1500: 3:58.70

2009 Finished third overall at the Texas Tech Invite in the 800 meters ... Was also part of the distance medley relay that earned sixth overall at the MWC Indoor Championships ... Clocked a personal-best time of 1:51.93 seconds in the 800 meters at the TCU Invitational to place third overall ... Collected runner-up honors in the event at the Horned Frog Invitational ... Finished seventh in the event at the conference outdoor championships ... Helped the men's 4x800 win the LSU Relays with a new complex record. 2008 Cross Country Did not compete during the 2008 season. Coram Deo Academy O'Brien claimed first-place honors at the TAPPS 4A State meet his senior season after earning runner-up honors the previous year ... A team-captain in track and field, O'Brien also excelled on the gridiron, claiming second-team all-district honors as a senior.

2009 Cross Country Season Pels posted runner-up honors at the TCU Season Opener, which was his highest finish ever as a Horned Frog ... Also placed eighth overall at the Ken Garland Invitational ... Pels also competed at the Cowboy Jamboree during the fall campaign. 2009 Collected second-place honors in the mile run at the Texas Tech Invite ... Also ran on the distance medley that placed sixth overall at the MWC Indoor Championships ... Mainly competed in the 800 meters during outdoor, finishing in second-place at the LSU Relays, while also posting two fourth-place showings at the TCU Invitational and Horned Frog Invitational ... Helped the men's 4x800 win the LSU Relays with new complex record. 2008 Cross Country Pels had a breakout 2008 season as he posted the fourth-best 6K time in the MWC ... His top-finish during the season was a 9th-place finish at the North Texas Opener ... Also finished 34th overall at the Baylor Twilight, while placing 92nd at the Cowboy Jamboree. 2008 Gained valuable experience in the 800 meters and distance medley relay during the indoor season ... Came back during the outdoor season to finish 14th overall in the prelims of the 800 meters at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships ... In the 1,500 meters, placed third overall twice at the TCU Invitational and Meen Green Twilight. 2007 Cross Country Pels had a solid freshman campaign at TCU ... He finished 14th overall at the UNT Invite by running a time of 20:39.42 ... Overall, he finished third in the first three meets this fall ... Closed out the year running 30:57 at the MWC Championships. Jesuit Prep High School Pels collected first team all-district honors in cross country ... He was also a two-time all-district selection in track and field ... Was district champion in both the 400 meters and 800 meters ... Earned three letters in track and field and cross country at Jesuit Prep.

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Jordan

clint

PITTS

RENFRO

JR. | SPRINTS/HURDLES | GREENVILLE, TEXAS

JR. | SPRINTS/HURDLES | SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

110-METER HURDLES: 14.07 | 400-METER HURDLES: 51.76

400-METER HURDLES: 51.42

2009 For the second-straight year, Pitts claimed first-place honors in the men's 60-meter hurdles, crossing the finish line in 8.03 seconds in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... Also helped the men's 4x400 win a conference championship with a time of 3:09.06 ... Was part of the indoor 4x400 that qualified for nationals with a seasonal-best time of 3:07.50 seconds at the ISU NCAA Qualifier ... Competed at the NCAA Indoor Championships on the 4x400 unit ... Pitts was also victorious for the second-consecutive season in the 110-meter hurdles during the outdoor season with a time of 14.44 seconds at the MWC Outdoor Championships ... Captured the 110-meter hurdles title at the Horned Frog Invitational with a seasonal-best time of 14.21 seconds ... Dominated the field at the LSU Relays in the 400-meter hurdles with a personal-best time of 51.76 seconds ... Also won the 400-meter hurdle title at the TCU Invitational with a time of 52.34 seconds ... Was a member of the men's 4x400 that won the conference championship as well as place fifth overall at the Penn Relays with a time of 3:04.87 seconds ... Participated at the 2009 Midwest Regional in the men's 400-meter hurdles for the second-consecutive season. 2008 Participate at the 2008 Midwest Regional in the men's 400-meter hurdles ... Earned all-conference honors in both the 110 and 400-meter hurdles ... In the 110-meter hurdles, Pitts crossed the finish line in 14.12 seconds to win the event with a regional qualifying time ... He came back later in the day to claim the 400-meter hurdle title with a personal best and regional qualifying time of 51.94 seconds ... At the TCU Invitational, Pitts recorded a personal best mark of 14.07 to place second overall and record his first regional mark in the 110-meter hurdles ... His mark at that time was ranked in the top 40 of the NCAA and was the top mark in the Mountain West Conference ... Also placed first overall in the hurdles at the UTA Invitational, while crossing the finish-line in second-place at the UTA Open and Horned Frog Invitational. Greenville High School Pitts brings an impressive list of credentials to the TCU track and field program ... He was a three-time track and field MVP at Greenville, while breaking the school record in the 110 hurdles with a time of 13.8 ... Was a two-time state qualifier after being crowned district champion in the 110 hurdles from 2005-2007 ... Also competed in football at Greenville.

2009 Did not compete during the indoor season ... Mainly ran on relays during the outdoor season, helping the quartet cross the finish line in second-place at the LSU Relays with a time of 3:08.63 seconds ... Also ran a leg on the Flyin' Frogs Sprint Medley Relay at the Texas Relays, crossing the finish line in third-place with a time of 3:19.50. 2008 Did not compete during the 2008 track and field season. 2007 Won the league title in the 400-meter hurdles at MWC Outdoor Championships ... Member of 4x400 relay team that posted a season-best mark of 3:06.34 to finish ninth in the prelims at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Ran opening leg on mile relay team that won the MWC Outdoor Championship with a time of 3:08.09 ... Named to All-MWC Outdoor team in 400-meter hurdles and mile relay ... Part of 4x400 relay team that finished first at the TCU Invitational ... Placed second in the 400-meter hurdles at the TCU Invitational ... Competed in the 200 meters, 400 meters and mile relay during the indoor season ... Placed fifth in the 400 meters at the MWC Indoor Championships with a personal-best mark of 48.24 ... Ran opening leg on 4x400 relay team that won the Arkansas Last Chance meet with a time of 3:10.62. Southlake Carroll High School Attended Southlake Carroll High School ... Was the 5A state champion in 300-meter hurdles as a senior and runner-up as a sophomore and junior ... Had the second-fastest time in the 300-meter hurdles in the country in 2006 (36.25) ... Named the Dallas-Fort Worth 2004 Football Newcomer of the Year and the 2003 Track Newcomer of the Year ... Also plays football at TCU ... A member of the Star-Telegram's State Top 100 recruits in football ... Helped lead Carroll to back-to-back state titles with a combined 32-0 record over his junior and senior years.

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OJ

Eric

STONEHAM

STOREY

SO. | SPRINTS | CEDAR HILL, TEXAS

SO. | THROWS | SCOTTSBORO, ALA.

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

100: 10.73 | 200: 21.56

JAVELIN: 174-6

2009 Finished eighth overall in the 200 meters at the MWC Indoor Championships ... Also clocked a ninth-place showing at the Texas Tech Invite in the event ... Posted sixth-place honors in the 100 meters at the Horned Frog Invitational ... Helped the men's 4x400 place third overall at the TCU Invitational, while also being part of the Sprint Medley Relay that turned in a fourth-place showing at LSU.

2009 Did not compete during the 2009 track and field season.

Trinity Christian High School Competed in both football and track and field at Trinity Christian ... Earned the Wendy's High School Heisman award following his senior season ... Holds the state record in both the 100 and 200 meters for TAPPS competition, while also holding the school record ... Overall, earned four letters in both track and field and football.

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Scottsboro High School A talented javelin thrower, Storey tossed the javelin 152 feet, 7 inches to finish sixth overall at the 5A state meet ... Earned all-state honors following his senior season in track and field, while also collecting all-area honors on the hardwood in basketball ... Overall, earned five letters at Scottsboro High School in Alabama.

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Louis

Tim

TIJERINA

WANG

SO. | DISTANCE | BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS

SO. | DISTANCE | THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

1500: 4:07.56 | 3000: 8:47.62

DID NOT COMPETE DURING THE 2009 SEASON

2009 Cross Country Tijerina had a breakout 2009 season as he posted the second-fastest 10K time in the MWC heading into regional action ... The sophomore finished first amongst TCU runners at the Ken Garland Invitational, MWC Championships, Cowboy Jamboree and Chile Pepper Festival ... Clocked a third-place showing at the TCU Season Opener ... Crossed the finish line in fourth-place at the Ken Garland Invitational, while also placing 36th overall at the 2009 MWC Championships.

2009 Competed in four meets during the fall season ... His top-finish was a 21st-place showing at the Ken Garland Invitational ... Closed out the season finishing 48th overall at the MWC Championships.

2009 Was part of the distance medley relay team that collected sixth-place honors at the MWC Indoor Championships ... Produced a seventh-place showing at the at the Texas Tech Invite in the mile run ... Came back during the outdoor season to win the 3,000 meters at the Mean Green Twilight ... Also captured the 3,000-meter steeplechase title at the TCU Invitational ... Turned in a fourth-place showing at the Texas Tech Invite during the outdoor season in the steeplechase as well.

2008 Cross Country Did not compete during the fall season.

2008 Cross Country Tijerina's top-finish was a 17th-place showing at the North Texas Opener ... Overall, placed 38th at the Baylor Twilight, while collecting a 49th-place finish at the MWC Championships in San Diego ... Also competed at the Chile Pepper Festival and Cowboy Jamboree ... He closed out the 2008 rankings No. 5 in the MWC Standings for 6K time.

2009 Did not compete during the 2009 track and field season.

The Woodlands High School Wang came to TCU following a standout career in high school ... Overall, Wang earned two letters in cross country and one in track during his time at The Woodlands High School ... He helped the Highlanders finish fourth in the nation in cross country, while capturing three state championships.

Saint Joseph Academy Tijerina excelled both in track and field and cross country ... He was a two-time all-state selection in cross country, while also being a member of the 2007 TAPPS 6A first-team all-state in track and field ... A three-time cross country runner of the year at St. Joseph's, Tijerina clocked a top-time of 16:36 in the 5K and 9:48 in the 3200 meters.

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Sean

ZURKO JR. | SPRINTS | LAS VEGAS, NEV.

PERSONAL BESTS 800: 1:49.87 2009 Opened the indoor season winning the 800 meters at the Razorback Invite ... Clocked a time of 1:51.57 seconds at the Texas A&M Invite to place fourth overall in the 800 ... Helped the Flyin' Frogs win the Mountain West Conference Championship in the 4x400 with a time of 3:11.32 seconds ... Competed at the NCAA Indoor Championships as a member of the men's 4x400, which placed ninth in College Station ... Helped the 4x400 place sixth at the ISU NCAA Qualifier with a seasonal-best time of 3:07.50 seconds ... Earned All-Conference honors in the relay as well ... During the outdoor season, Zurko won the 800 meters at Texas Tech with a time of 1:49.95, which was an NCAA regional qualifying mark ... Finished second overall in the 800 at the LSU Relays with a personal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 1:49.87 seconds ... Also won the Horned Frog Invitational in the 800 meters, while placing third overall at the MWC Outdoor Championships to earn all-conference honors ... Was a member of the men's 4x400 that captured the conference title ... Also helped the quartet place fifth at the Midwest Regional with a time of 3:05.55 seconds ... At LSU, Zurko led the 4x800 to a first-place finish with a new complex record time ... Also competed on the sprint medley, which placed third at the Texas Relays and sixth overall at the Penn Relays. 2008 Was part of the conference champion 4x400 relay squad that recorded a time of 3:10.77 in Fort Worth ... Saw extensive action in the men's 800 meters ... Recorded a top-time of 1:50.78 to place second overall at the UTA Invitational ... Also finished third overall at the Texas Relays in the 800, while claiming seventh-place honors in the event at the MWC Outdoor Championships ... During the indoor season, Zurko recorded an NCAA provisional time of 1:50.17 in the 800 to place third overall at the Rod McCravy Invite ... Collected a second-place finish at the Tyson Invitational and Arkansas Invitational in the 800 ... Closed out the 2008 indoor season, placing fifth at the MWC Indoor Championships. Silverado High School Zurko was a four-time regional cross country champion at Silverado ... He also crowned state champion in the 800 meters in 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... Led Greenville to the 4x800 state championship three-straight years ... Finished first at the Mt. Sac in the 800 ... Posted a personal best in the 400 meters of 47.7 seconds, while also running 1:51.3 in the 800 meters

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Teryni

BUCKNER SO. | JUMPS | HUMBLE, TEXAS

Amber

CARLISLE SR. | DISTANCE | HARLINGEN, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

LONG JUMP: 17-01.00 | TRIPLE JUMP: 37-05.00

1500: 4:50.56 | 5000: 19:55.00

2009 Buckner did not compete during the 2009 indoor season ... Came back in the spring to compete in both the long and triple jump for the Flyin' Frogs ... She placed third in the women's triple jump at the Horned Frog Invitational ... Overall, Buckner competed in five different meets during the outdoor season, including both home meets.

2009 Cross Country Opened the year finishing 19th overall at the TCU Season Opener ... Overall, competed at the TCU Season Opener, Cowboy Jamboree, Chile Pepper Festival and MWC Championships.

Nimitz High School Was a three-sport athlete at Nimitz High School in Houston, competing in cross country, basketball and track and field ... Buckner, who earned four letters on the track, was a two-time Academic All-District selection, while also earning Most Valuable Runner honors during her senior season.

2009 Only competed in two meets during the indoor season ... She came back in the spring to compete in the 1,500 and 800 meters ... Her top-performance in the 1,500 meters was a fifth-place finish at the TCU Invitational. 2008 Cross Country Carlisle was a solid contributer for TCU in 2008 as she competed at both the MWC Championship and South Central Regional ... Her top-finish on the year was a 21st-place finish to open the season ... Came back the next week to place in the top-50 at the Baylor Twilight. 2008 Carlisle finished in the top-25 at the Texas Tech Invite during the indoor season in the women's 3,000 meters ... She came back during the outdoor portion of the season to gain valuable experience in the 1,500, 3,000 and 5,000 meters. 2007 Cross Country Carlisle ran at every meet ... She finished 18th overall at the UNT Invite after crossing the finish line in 58thplace at the season-opening Bear Invite ... Also competed at the Chile Pepper and MWC Championship, placing 57th in Albuquerque, N.M. 2007 Did not compete. 2006 Cross Country Competed at the North Texas Invitational ... Finished 50th in the two mile. 2006 Did not participate in any meets. Harlingen South High School Named Most Improved member of cross country team... Also named Most Dedicated and Most Valuable Runner in cross country... Received the Lady Hawk award in track.

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Lilian

CHEVALIER SO. | DISTANCE | LAS VEGAS, NEV.

Neidra

COVINGTON SR. | JUMPS | ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

DID NOT COMPETE DURING THE 2009 SEASON

LONG JUMP: 20-06.50 | TRIPLE JUMP: 44-00.00

2009 Cross Country Chevalier competed in every meet this fall ... She gained valuable experience during the course of the season ... Her top-finish was a 27th-place showing at the TCU Season Opener ... Followed with a 36thplace showing at the Ken Garland Invitational in Denton ... Closed the season finishing 70th overall at the MWC Cross Country Championships.

Three-time All-American 2009 During the indoor season, Covington captured the triple jump title at the Texas A&M Invite with a seasonal-best leap of 42 feet, 8 3/4 inches ... She also recorded first-place honors at the Arkansas Last Chance meet ... In the spring, Covington collected her third All-America honor of her career by placing eighth overall in the women's triple jump at the 2009 Outdoor NCAA Championships ... Covington, a junior from Florida, leaped 42 feet, 11 ž inches on her third attempt to collect eighth-place honors at John McDonnell Field ... Covington collected runner-up honors in the triple jump at the regional by soaring to a seasonal and personal-best leap of 44 feet, 6 inches on her second attempt ... By finishing second overall, Covington posted the Flyin' Frogs highest finish ever in the women's triple jump at the NCAA Midwest Regional.

2009 Did not compete during the 2009 track and field season. 2008 Cross Country Did not compete during the 2008 cross country season. Spring Valley High School Chevaller enters her freshman campaign following a standout career at Spring Valley High School in Las Vegas ... She was part of a 3200-meter relay that captured the state championship in 2008 ... Chevaller, who was a scholar-athlete in both cross country and track and field, earned four letters in both track and cross country ... The two-time senior award winner was named Spring Valley's Outstanding Athlete in track and field in 2005, while mainly running the 800 and 1500 meters.

2008 Covington closed out the indoor season, earning All-American honors in both the long and triple jump ... The St. Petersburg, Fla., native, soared 6.22m (20-05.00) to place ninth overall in the long jump at nationals ... She followed by leaping 13.04m (4209.50) in the women's triple jump to finish eighth in her flight and 14th overall in the event in Fayetteville ... Collected all-conference honors in both events after winning the conference championship in both the long and triple jump ... Successfully defended her MWC crown with an NCAA automatic leap of 13.41m (44-00.00) in the triple jump ... By soaring 13.41m (4400.00), the sophomore broke her own school record in the event and posted the fifth-best mark in MWC women's championship history ... Her leap at that point was tied for the seventh best jump in the NCAA ... At the MWC championships, she won the long jump with an NCAA provisional and personal best leap of 6.26m (20-06.50) ... She placed seventh overall in the women's triple jump, leaping to an NCAA provisional mark of 13.11m (43-00.25) in Fayetteville ... Covington's long jump mark at the Tyson Invitational was the second longest in all-time MWC history ... During the outdoor season, the sophomore earned runner-up honors in the championship division of the women's triple jump at the Penn Relays, soaring 43 feet, 3 3/4 inches ... Her regional qualifying mark broke her own school record and was the third-best leap in MWC history ... At the MWC Outdoor Championships in Fort Worth, Covington broke the former MWC Championships meet record in the triple jump with a leap of 43 feet, 1 3/4 inches to place second overall in the event. 2007 Earned Female Freshman of the Year honors at the MWC Indoor Championships ... Qualified for the Midwest Regional in the long jump and triple jump ... Won the MWC Indoor title in the triple jump with a leap of 42-09.75 (12.65m) ... Placed fourth in the long jump at the MWC Indoor Championships with a leap of 19-11.75 (6.09m) ... Finished third in the triple jump at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a personal-best jump of 42-00.50 (12.81m). Boca Ciega High School Attended Boca Ciega High School in St. Petersburg, Fla. ... Won the long jump at the USA Junior Track and Field Championships with a jump of 20'.25" ... Placed fifth in the long jump at US Junior Nationals ... Holds school record in long jump with a 20'5.50" and triple jump with a leap of 41'10 ... Conference champion in long jump and triple jump ... Top triple jump of 40'5 in 2006 ranked eighth nationally ... ... Named Pinellas County Student Citizen of the Month ... Coached by Eileen Givens.

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Kelly

DAWSON SO. | DISTANCE | KELLER, TEXAS

Whitney

GIPSON SO. | SPRINTS/JUMPS | NEWARK, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

1500: 4:48.20 | 5000: 18:10.23

LONG JUMP: 20-07.00 | TRIPLE JUMP: 40-07.75

2009 Cross Country Dawson opened the season finishing in the top 15 at TCU Season Opener and Ken Garland Invitational, respectively ... Posted a 77th-place finish at the Chile Pepper Festival, while also competing at the Cowboy Jamboree in Stillwater ... Overall, finished third amongst TCU runners in two different meets this fall. 2009 During the indoor season, Dawson gained valuable experience competing at the conference championships in the 3,000 meters ... Claimed fourth-place honors in the mile run at the Texas Tech Invite ... Mainly competed in the 1,500 meters during the outdoor season, crossing the finish line in fourth-place at both the Horned Frog Invitational and Texas Tech Invite ... Finished third overall in the 5,000 meters at the LSU Relays, clocking a personal-best time of 18:10.23 seconds. 2008 Cross Country Dawson proved to be a big addition to the cross country lineup in 2008, finishing third at the North Texas Opener with a time of 11:50.86 ... Overall, she finished in the top-3 runners for TCU in every race this fall ... Closed out her freshman season by placing 35th overall at the South Central Regional with a 6K time of 22:08.1 ... Placed second amongst TCU runners at the MWC Championships, clocking a time of 23:13 to place 38th overall. Keller High School Dawson comes to TCU following a solid career at Keller High School in Keller, Texas ... Dawson earned letters in both track and field and cross country ... A cross country all-state selection in 2006, she posted a top-time of 5:17.00 in the mile and 11:19.00 in the two-mile.

2009 All-American 2009 Gipson earned All-Conference honors in the women's long jump during the indoor season after soaring 20 feet, 3 ½ inches to place third overall ... She also captured first-place honors at the Arkansas Last Chance in the women's long jump, while collecting runner-up honors in the triple jump in Fayetteville ... Gipson had a breakthrough outdoor season in which she collected All-America honors in the long jump at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... She posted her first All-America showing in Fayetteville in the women's long jump, soaring to a 13th-place finish in the finals ... Gipson was the only freshman in the nation to make the finals in the long jump at the NCAA Championships ... She soared to a fifth-place finish in the long jump and automatically qualified for the 2009 NCAA Championships at the Midwest Regional in Norman, Okla. ... The freshman, who leaped 20 feet, 7 inches on her final jump to qualify for nationals, posted a personal-best leap and the second-best jump in program history in Norman ... Gipson, who came into the regional with the 11th-best leap in the Midwest Region, finished ahead of five of the nations top-30 jumpers ... At the LSU Relays, Gipson collected runner-up honors with the program's third-best leap ever ... The freshman was also part of a Mountain West Conference Championship 4x100 squad, helping the quartet claim first-place honors with a time of 44.66 seconds ... She also helped the 4x1 collect first-place honors with a seasonal-best time of 44.40 seconds at the Texas Tech Invitational. Birdville High School Gipson, a three-time all-area sprinter and jumper from Birdville, Texas, comes to TCU after competing in the long and triple jump for Birdville High School ... She posted a top leap of 19 feet, 10 inches in the long jump and a personal best mark of 40 feet in the triple jump ... A talented sprinter, Gipson has also posted a top time of 24.01 in the 200 ... Overall, she placed second in both the long and triple jump at the 2008 4A Texas State Championship ... Also excelled on the hardwood earning MVP honors following district play in 2008 ... She was invited to play in the DFW All-Star basketball game after earning four letters on the court.

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Stormy

Tanja

HARRISON

IVANDIC

JR. | THROWS | CISCO, TEXAS

JR. | DISTANCE | FORT WORTH, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

SHOT PUT: 52-6 3/4 | DISCUS: 160-2

1500: 4:37.31 | 5000: 17:55.96

2009 Battled back from injury to place second overall at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships in the women's shot put ... For the second-consecutive year, Harrison crushed the women's shot put field at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championship, claiming the event-title with a new complex and seasonal-best throw of 52 feet, 6 ¾ inches ... Harrison's personal-best throw was a regional qualifying mark and the second-best throw in program history ... The sophomore also collected first-place honors at the TCU Invitational and Horned Frog Invitational in the women's shot ... Competed in the women's shot put at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships.

2009 Cross Country Ivandic was slowed during the 2009 season because of injury ... Her top-finish on the year was a 10th-place showing to open the season in Fort Worth ... Finished third amongst TCU runners at the Cowboy Jamboree ... Also ran at the Chile Pepper Festival, while placing 41st overall at the MWC Championships.

2008 Had a banner freshman year in which she was the Mountain West Conference Champion in the women's shot put ... Harrison won the women's shot put title with the second longest throw in Mountain West Conference Championship history ... She blasted the shot 52 feet, 2 ½ inches, to set a new Lowdon Track and Field Complex record and at that time post the No. 20 throw in the NCAA ... Her toss was a personal best toss and a regional qualifying mark ... During the indoor season, Harrison won her first collegiate event with an NCAA provisional mark and seasonal-best toss of 15.32m (50-3.25) ... Harrison crushed the school discus record by tossing 160 feet, 2 inches on her third throw to finish fifth overall in the event at the John Jacobs Invite. Harrison's toss broke Zelma Wade's throw of 157 feet, 11 inches set in 2005 ... Finally, placed first overall at the Horned Frog Invitational in the discus. Cisco High School Harrison will bring solid throwing experience to TCU following an all-state career at Cisco High School ... She earned all-state honors during her junior and senior seasons ... Threw personal best marks of 45 feet, 11 inches in the shot, while throwing 149 feet, 8 inches in the discus ... Harrison was a four-time state champion in the shot, while also collecting state medalist honors in the discus ... Finally, earned regional and champion honors in both throw areas all four years of her high school career.

2009 Ivandic once again earned all-conference honors during the indoor season as part of the women's distance medley team that crossed the finish line in third-place for the second-consecutive season at the MWC Indoor Championships ... The sophomore finished second overall at both the Texas Tech Invitational in the mile and at the Texas A&M Invite in the 1,000 meters ... During the outdoor portion of the schedule, Ivandic captured the event title in the 1,500 meters at the TCU Invitational and Horned Frog Invitational ... Finally, Ivandic won the 5,000 meters title at the LSU Relays halfway through the outdoor season. 2008 Cross Country Ivandic once again led TCU in every regular-season meet this fall ... She won the North Texas Opener with a time of 11:34.00, while placing in the top-15 at the Baylor Twilight ... Overall, the sophomore had the top-time of 14:43.76 in the Mountain West Conference in the 4K ... Led TCU at the MWC Championships, clocking a time of 22:38 in San Diego to place 23rd overall. 2008 Earned all-conference honors as part of the women's distance medley squad that placed third overall in the event at the Mountain West Conference Championships in Colorado Springs ... Earned experience as an individual in the mile and 3,000 during the indoor season, placing sixth at the Texas Tech Invite in the mile ... Clocked a seasonalbest time to finish 12th overall in the 1500 meters at the Mountain West Conference Championships in Fort Worth. 2007 Cross Country Led TCU at every meet this fall except one as a true freshman ... Her top finish was second-place at the UNT Invite where she ran 19:11.51 ... Placed 36th at the Texas A&M Invite and 31st at the Cowboy Jamboree ... Closed out an impressive first year by crossing the finish line in 33rd-place at the MWC Championships. Fort Worth Southwest High School Ivandic comes to TCU after a solid high school career at Fort Worth Southwest ... She was a two-time all-region selection as a junior and senior and a district champion in both the 800 meters and 1,600 meters ... Earned four letters in both track and cross country at Southwest ... Was also an all-area top runner her senior season ... Also earned one letter in basketball.

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Kristal

JUAREZ JR. | SPRINTS | IRVING, TEXAS

Hayley

SHADE SO. | SPRINTS | DESOTO, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

PERSONAL BESTS

400: 52.96

200: 24.78 | 400: 56.54

2009 Juarez did not compete during the indoor season ... Came on late in the year during the outdoor season, earning allconference honors in three different events ... Juarez finished third overall in the women's 400 meters at the Mountain West Conference Championships ... She blazed to a personal-best time of 52.96 seconds to cross the finish line in third-place with the program's fourth-fastest time ever ... Juarez's time at that point was the No. 11 ranked time in the NCAA ... She also broke the previous complex record ... Was part of the winning 4x100 relay team that captured firstplace honors at the MWC Championships with a time of 44.66 seconds ... Competed at the Midwest Regional in the 400 meters, clocking a time 53.33 seconds to finish fourth overall and automatically qualify for the 2009 NCAA Championships ... Closed out her sophomore season finishing 20th overall in the 400 meters at nationals ... Helped the women's 4x100 qualify for the NCAA Championships by clocking a time of 44.10 seconds at the Midwest Regional to place third overall ... Was also part of the women's 4x400 quartet that crossed the finish line in third-place at the regional with a time of 3:32.82. 2008 Closed the indoor season posting runner-up honors at the MWC Indoor Championships in the 400 meters, clocking a personal-best time of 54.98 seconds ... Was also part of the indoor conference champion 4x400 relay squad ... She gained valuable experience during the outdoor season in both the 200 and 400 ... Her top-finish was a second-place finish in the 400 at the Horned Frog Invitational, recording a time of 56.01 seconds. Irving High School Juarez finished No. 2 in the state of Texas in the 400 meters during her senior season ... She also finished No. 5 in the nation in the 400 meters with a time of 54 seconds ... Juarez broke two high school records while at Irving high school ... Also excelled academically by being named the DECA president and collecting honor roll honors ... Overall, she earned four letters in track and field during her high school career.

2009 All-American 2009 Shade collected her first All-America award of her young career as a member of the women's 4x400 that set a new school record and finished fourth overall at the NCAA Indoor Championships with a time of 3:36.51 ... Individually, Shade placed fourth overall at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships in the 400 meters, while also collecting eighth-place honors at the Texas A&M Invite ... Helped the women's 4x400 capture the conference championship in Colorado Springs, Colo. ... The quartet qualified for nationals after blazing to the second-fastest time in the NCAA at that point at the Iowa State NCAA Qualifier ... Overall, the unit clocked a seasonal-best and school record time of 3:34.63 to qualify for the NCAA Championships ... Earned all-conference honors during the outdoor season as a member of the women's 4x400 that placed second overall at the MWC Outdoor Championships ... Competed on the women's 4x400 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Helped the quartet he earn runner-up honors in the Championship of America final at the 115th running of the Penn Relays ... The second-place finish was the highest finish ever posted in the Women's Championship of America final in program history ... Individually, placed fifth overall at both the TCU Invitational and Horned Frog Invitational in the 400 meters during the outdoor season ... Also competed in the 200 meters, including at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships. DeSoto High School Shade holds the DeSoto High School record in the 200 meters and as a member of the women's 4x100 and 4x400, respectively ... She also helped DeSoto win the 2007 Texas 5A State Championship, while leading the Eagles to a 4x400 title.

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Katie

VANCE SO. | DISTANCE | GARLAND, TEXAS

PERSONAL BESTS

Jessica

YOUNG SR. | SPRINTS | COLUMBIA, S.C.

PERSONAL BESTS

DID NOT COMPETE DURING THE 2009 SEASON.

100: 11.06 | 200: 23.16 | 400: 52.20

2009 Cross Country Did not compete during the 2009 cross country season.

Four-Time All-American | 2009 MWC Outstanding Performance Award | 2009 U.S.A. Relay Pool Selection 2009 Young closed out one of the most impressive seasons in TCU women's track and field season history earning runner-up honors in the women's 100 meters with a time of 11.21 seconds at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Young's second-place finish in the 100 ties Flyin' Frog great Beverly McDonald for the highest finish ever by a TCU sprinter in the women's 100 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Young went into the NCAA Championships having automatically qualified in the 100, 200, 4x100 and 4x400 ... The junior, who won the Mountain West Conference Championship in the 100, 200 and 4x100, posted a runner-up time of 11.18 seconds in the 100 meters at the Midwest Regional in Norman, Okla. ... She also clocked a personal-best time of 23.16 seconds in the 200 meters at the Midwest Regional ... Young helped the 4x400 qualify for nationals with a seasonal-best time of 3:32.82, which sat at No. 5 in the nation ... At the MWC Outdoor Championships, Young continued her domination on the track, breezing past the competition in the 100 meters with a complex record and NCAA regional qualifying time of 11.25 seconds ... The junior from South Carolina also won the 200 meters with a personal-best time of 23.17 seconds at the conference championships ... Was selected as the Mountain West Conference women's outdoor track and field athletes of the week following her first-place performance in the 100 meters (11.24 seconds) at the Horned Frog Invitational ... Was the anchor to TCU's dominating relays, leading the 4x100 to a conference championship and third-place honors at the Midwest Regional with a time of 44.10 seconds ... Overall, helped the 4x100 place first in four different meets ... In the 4x400, Young anchored the relay to a time of 3:32.82 seconds at the regional in Norman, Okla. ... Closed out the outdoor season at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships where she clocked then the 12th-fastest time in the world to place seventh overall in the 100 meters with a personal-best time of 11.06 seconds ... She was selected to the United States 4x100 relay pool for the 2009 IAAF World Championships in Berlin ... During the indoor season, Young earned two All-America awards at the NCAA Indoor Championships ... Young captured All-America honors by crossing the finish line in fourth-place with a time of 7.27 seconds ... Also anchored the women's 4x400 to All-America recognition with a time of 3:36.51 ... At the conference championships, Young recorded a seasonal-best time of 7.26 seconds to win the Mountain West Conference ... Young collected the Women's Outstanding Performance Award at the MWC Indoor Championships ... Young continued her domination on the track at the conference meet in the women's 400-meter dash, collecting first-place honors with an NCAA provisional time of 53.81 seconds ... Helped the women's 4x400, which also won the conference title, blaze to first-place honors with then the second-fastest time in the NCAA and the world at the Iowa State NCAA Qualifier.

2009 Did not compete during the 2009 season. 2008 Did not compete during the 2008 season. Bishop Lynch High School Was a standout on the golf course during her time at Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas ... Was the 2008 TAPPS 6A State Champion ... Earned all-state honors in 2007, while also collecting all-district recognition twice.

2008 Redshirted during the 2008 season. Richmond Young transfered to TCU following an All-America career at the University of Richmond ... As a sophomore, she earned All-America honors during the indoor season at the NCAA's ... She also ran at the World Junior Championships as a freshman. Ridge View High School Earned four gold medals as a senior at Ridge View High School ... Went undefeated in the 400-meter dash as a senior and was ranked seventh in the nation among all high school seniors.

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BORCHARDT FR. | DISTANCE | PHARR, TEXAS

2009 Cross Country Gained valuable experience during the 2009 season, finishing in the top 25 at both the TCU Season Opener and Ken Garland Invitational ... His top-placing was a 17th-place showing to open the year in Fort Worth ... Overall, competed at the TCU Season Opener, Cowboy Jamboree, Ken Garland Invitational and Chile Pepper Festival. PSJA North High School Borchardt collected three letters in cross country at PSJA High School ... He also earned two letters in track and field during his four years ... Overall, he was nominated the top scholastic athlete twice at PSJA.

Doug

MOORE FR. | DISTANCE | HINSDALE, ILL.

2009 Cross Country Opened the season finishing fifth overall at the TCU Season Opener ... Crossed the finish line in 13th-place at the Ken Garland Invitational ... Ran the seventh-fastest time in the conference heading into the MWC Championships. Hinsdale Central High School Moore was a two-time all-conference selection in cross country at Hinsdale ... He also earned all-regional and all-sectional honors as a senior ... Also excelled in the classroom as he was a two-time all-conference academic selection ... Finally, Moore earned all-section accolades on the track in both the mile and two-mile as a senior.

Cameron

SKYE

Dave

DAWSON

EMERSON

FR. | SPRINTS | MESQUITE, TEXAS

FR. | DISTANCE | FORT WORTH, TEXAS

Dallas Christian High School Dawson was ranked in the top 10 in the nation in the 100 meters coming out of high school ... Clocked a personal-best time of 10.29 seconds in the 100 at the Lancaster Meet of Champions ... Won the Texas Relays 100-meter dash with a time of 10.43 ... Closed out his high school career winning the state title in the 100 meters, 4x100 and long jump ... Has soared 25 feet, 1 inch in the long jump, while clocking a time of 21.04 seconds in the 200 meters ... Named all-district as a senior in football ... Totaled 33 receptions for 484 yards and five touchdowns in 2008 ... Added five interceptions on defense ... Helped lead Dallas Christian to a 14-0 record and state championship in 2008, the Chargers' first state title in 10 years ... Attended Poteet High School in Mesquite before transferring to Dallas Christian.

2009 Cross Country Emerson came on late in the year to place 23rd overall at the Ken Garland Invitational ... Crossed the finish line in 44th-place at the MWC Championships in Orem, Utah ... Emerson finished second amongst TCU runners at the Chile Pepper Festival ... Was fifth overall in the MWC in the men's 10K entering regional action.

Taylor

Charles

Trinity Valley High School Comes to TCU after collecting four letters in cross country, track and field and soccer at Trinity Valley ... Collected all-conference honors during the 2008-09 season following all-conference north zone honors during his junior season.

MURRAY

SILMON

FR. | DISTANCE | ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.

FR. | SPRINTS | WACO, TEXAS

Albuquerque Academy Murray, an all-state selection in both track and cross country at Albuquerque Academy in Albuquerque, N.M., led the Chargers to two state cross country championships in 2006 and 2008 ... The 2008 all-state cross country selection capped off his senior season placing in the top 10 at the New Mexico State Cross Country Meet .... Finally, Murray helped lead the Chargers to three-consecutive Nike Team Nationals ... During the outdoor season, Murray qualified for the state meet in the 400, 800 and 1600 ... He brings a wealth of national experience with him to Fort Worth, having finished fifth overall in the 800 meters at the 2006 USATF Youth National Meet.

Waco High School Silmon competed at Waco High School in Waco, Texas ... Ran 10.41 seconds in the 100 meters to claim state championship honors his senior season ... He collected runner-up honors in the 200 meters at the Texas State Championships his junior year, clocking a time of 21.02, which at that point was the fifth-fastest 200-meter time in the country ... In the 100, Silmon's personal-best is 10.24 seconds, which he ran at the USA Track and Field Junior Olympic Championships ... He was a two-time All-American after competing at the USA Track and Field Junior Olympic Championships ... Was also part of a 4x100 unit that clocked a seasonal-best time of 40.80 seconds.

Quinterra

Samantha

TABOR

CHARLES

COLLINS

FR. | THROWS | NORMAN, OKLA.

FR. | SPRINTS | HOUSTON, TEXAS

FR. | MULTI-EVENTS | MESA, ARIZ.

Norman High School Tabor placed fifth at the 2008 Nike Nationals in the shot put ... He was a twotime Nike All-American honoree in the discus and shot put ... Tabor, who is a three-time state champion in the shot put and four-time state champion in the discus, is currently the Oklahoma state record holder in the shot put with a toss of 64 feet, 10 ½ inches ... A former Texas Relays and Greater Southwest shot put champion, Tabor during his senior season had the second-best throw in the nation in the discus and the fifth-best toss in the country in the shot ... The 2007 US World Youth team member has recorded a personal-best toss of 64 feet, 10 1/2 inches in the shot put and 210 feet in the discus.

Westfield High School Charles closed out the 2008 high school season crossing the finish line in fourth-place in the 400 meters at the Texas State Championships with a time of 54.69 seconds ... She was a four-time district champion as well as a twotime regional champion ... Has posted a personal-best time of 54.49 seconds in the 400 meters.

Westwood High School Collins will compete in multiple events for the Flyin' Frogs in 2010 ... She comes to TCU after being nationally ranked in both the long jump and heptathlon ... Collins has soared 19 feet, 7 inches in the long jump, while posting the second-best senior heptathlon score in the nation with 4,669 points ... Has posted a personal-best leap of 19 feet, 9 1/2 inches in the long jump, while soaring to 5 feet, 8 inches in the high jump ... Earned four letters in track and field during her high school career ... Also excelled in soccer and volleyball at Westwood, collecting first team all-region honors in both.

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CONNOR FR. | SPRINTS | LAS VEGAS, NEV.

Western High School Connor is from the same high school as current Flyin' Frog and All-American Dell Guy ... Won the Nevada State Championship in the 400 meters as a freshman and sophomore .... Connor's has posted a personal-best time of 54.73 in the 400 meters and collected runner-up honors in 2008 at the state meet in the 400 ... Was a member of a 4x100 relay that captured the state title all four years during her high school career ... Helped Western capture the 2009 State Championship ... Overall, earned four letters in track and field at Western.

Emily

HANNA FR. | MULTI-EVENTS | PUEBLO, COLO.

Fountain Valley School of Colorado Hanna was a four-time state champion in the 100-meter hurdles in Colorado ... She was also a three-time state champion in the high jump ... Is the Colorado state record holder in the 100-meter hurdles ... Also excelled in volleyball, basketball and equestrian at Fountain Valley, earning a total of 16 letters during her high school career.

CHANIQUA

Katie

CORINEALDI

DALTON

FR. | SPRINTS | KILLEEN, TEXAS

FR. | DISTANCE | BENTONVILLE, ARK.

Shoemaker High School Corinealdi, who graduated early from Shoemaker High School in Killeen, will compete for the Flyin' Frogs after earning runner-up honors in the 200 meters at the Texas State 5A meet as a junior ... She has posted personal-best times of 7.63 seconds in the 60, 11.84 seconds in the 100 and 23.84 seconds in the 200 meters.

2009 Cross Country Dalton had a solid first season under distance coach Shawn Winget, finishing within the the top 15 at two different meets ... Finished second amongst TCU runners at both the Cowboy Jamboree, Chile Pepper Festival and MWC Championships.

Saria

Agnes

Bentonville High School Dalton, a four-time outdoor track and field all-state honoree, led Bentonville to six Arkansas State Championships ... Was a four-time allconference honoree, while also picking up nine all-state honors ... Earned runner-up honors as a senior ... Was the 3,200 meters state champion as a sophomore ... Captured a cross country state championship during her freshman season.

HAWKINS

KEMBOI

FR. | JUMPS | LONGVIEW, TEXAS

FR. | DISTANCE | ELDORET, KENYA

Longview High School Hawkins was a two-time district champion in both the triple jump and 4x400 relay at Longview High School ... Has posted a personal-best leap of 39 feet, 1 inch in the triple jump ... Also excelled on the basketball court as she was a two-time all-district selection ... Also collected first team academic all-state honors on the court as a senior.

2009 Cross Country Kemboi led TCU in all three meets she competed in this fall ... She clocked a personal-best time of 22:21.55 to place 48th at the Chile Pepper Festival ... Placed 16th overall at the MWC Championships with a time of 22:25.7 in the 6K ... Overall, posted the 22nd-best time in the Mountain West during the regular season in the women's 6K. Kapkenda Girls High School Kemboi competed in both track and field and cross country at Kapkenda Girls High School in Chepkorio, Kenya ... Comes from the same hometown as senior distance runner Festus Kigen.

Larissa

Teneshia

Kelsey

MATTHEWS

PEART

SAMUELS

FR. | SPRINTS/HURDLES | CHANDLER, ARIZ.

JR. | SPRINTS | CALGARY, AB CANADA

FR. | THROWS | MESQUITE, TEXAS

Chandler High School Matthews won the Arizona State Championship in the 100 meters, 100-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles ... During her high school career she ranked in the top-10 in the country in the 100-meter hurdles with a personal-best time of 13.69 seconds ... Has posted a personal-best time of 43.42 in the 300-meter hurdles ... Also clocked a personal-best time of 12.17 seconds in the 100 meters ... Closed out her senior season capturing All-Tribune Female Track Athlete of the Year honors.

Florissant Valley Community College Peart captured the Junior College National Championship in the women's 60 and 200 meters at Florissant Valley Community College in Florissant, Mo. ... The Canada product has posted personal-best times of 7.41 seconds in the 60, 11.61 seconds in the 100 and 23.87 in the 200 meters.

Dr. John D. Horn High School Samuels comes to TCU following a standout career at Mesquite Horn High School in Mesquite, Texas ... Samuels, who placed third in the girls shot put at the 2009 Texas Relays, was ranked third in the state throughout the year in the discus with a toss of 147 feet, 10 inches and No. 11 nationally amongst seniors in the shot put with a throw of 46 feet, 9 1/2 inches ... She closed out her junior year placing fifth in the shot put at the 2008 Texas State 5A meet ... Overall, she was a threetime district champion in the shot put.

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ST. LOUIS

SO. | SPRINTS | TACARIGUA, TRINIDAD

South Carolina She competed in the 200 and 400 meters at South Carolina ... In the 200 meters, she ran 24.30 seconds at the SEC Indoor Championships ... St. Louis clocked a seasonal-best time of 55.64 at the SEC Indoors to place 16th overall in the 400 meters. Bishop Anstey High School St. Louis lettered in in track, karate and gymnastics at Bishop Anstey High School in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad ... She was a four-time National Junior Champion, taking home honors twice in the 100 and 200 meters ... Was also a three-time member of the Girl's Junior Championship team ... St. Louis competed at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Beijing, finishing eighth in the 200 meters with a time of 23.69 seconds ... Also competed in the 4x100-meter relay at the Pan American Junior National Championships, taking bronze medal honors ... She competed at the 2006 CARIFTA Games and the World Youth Track and Field Championships ... Posted top times of 11.61 in the 100 meters, 23.50 in the 200 meters and 54.49 in the 400 meters.

Sara

Rose

TALLEY

TANUI

FR. | THROWS | RESACA, GA.

JR. | DISTANCE | BURT FOREST, KENYA

Gordon Central High School Talley was a multi-sport athlete at Gordon Central High School in Georgia ... Talley collected the 4A Georgia State Championship in the shot put, while also earning runner-up honors in the discus at the state meet her junior year .... She has posted personal-best tosses of 44 feet, 8 inches in the shot and 140 feet in the discus ... Overall, she was the 2009 2A state shot put and discus champion ... She also collected regional shot put and discus titles threetimes at Gordon Central ... Also excelled in the classroom as she was a member of the National Honors Society ... Talley was a starting forward on the Gordon Central basketball team, while also competing for the cross country team.

Central Arizona College Tanui comes to TCU from Central Arizona College where she claimed the Junior College National Championship in cross country in 2008 before earning runner-up honors this past fall to lead the Vaqueras to the NJCAA Cross Country National Championship ... Tanui, who hails from Burt Forest, Kenya, also claimed national championship accolades in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters at Central Arizona in 2009 ... She has posted personal-best times of 16:54.04 in the 5,000 and 34:34.61 in the 10,000.

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Tricia

TERRY FR. | DISTANCE | MCALLEN, TEXAS

2009 Cross Country Season Terry competed in two meets during the fall campaign ... Led TCU in both meets, clocking a personal-best time of 11:37 to place third overall at the TCU Season Opener ... Also clocked a time of 18:41.00 in the women's 5K to finish seventh overall at the Ken Garland Invitational in Denton. McAllen Memorial High School Terry earned regional cross country champion honors twice during her time at McAllen Memorial High School ... The two-time 5A runner-up in the 1600 meters, has posted a personal-best time of 5:01.40 seconds in the 1600, while also clocking a personal-best time of 10:56.36 in the 3200 meters ... Terry recorded a time of 17:31.00 seconds in the 5K while competing in 5A competition ... In cross country, Terry collected all-state honors during both her junior and senior seasons ... The All-South National Regional Team selection was an eight-time all-valley honoree between cross country and track and field ... Finally, Terry was honored on the Valley All-Decade team.

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THE MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

The Mountain West Conference Air Force | BYU | Colorado State | New Mexico | San Diego State | TCU | UNLV | Utah | Wyoming

From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West Conference has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. Fresh off celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2008-09, the MWC continues to cultivate opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. Over the history of its first decade, the MWC has been assertive in its involvement with the NCAA governance structure and has taken a leadership role in the overall administration of intercollegiate athletics.

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LUBBOCK, Texas - Freshman Whitney Gipson earned runner-up honors in the women's long jump to lead TCU on the opening day of the Texas Tech Invitational. "I thought it went okay today. It was good though to get a meet under our belt," said jumps coach Jeff Petersmeyer. "I am happy for Whitney. She has a lot of room for improvement, but I thought she did well in her first collegiate outing." Gipson soared 19 feet, 3/4 inches to finish second overall in the women's long jump at the Athletic Event Center. Gipson's mark is currently the fourth-best jump posted in the Mountain West Conference in 2009. Returning All-American Neidra Covington followed in third-place with a leap of 18 feet, 10 1/2 inches on Friday. Covington earned All-America honors in both the long and triple jump in 2008. Finally, Amber Anderson, a sophomore from Carrollton, closed out the TCU attack with a seventh-place finish in Lubbock. On the men's side, sophomore Jeremy Kline paced the Flyin' Frogs with a leap of 22 feet, 11 3/4 inches to place third overall in the long jump, while freshman Richard Knotts opened his TCU career posting a fourth-place finish with a jump of 22 feet, 8 1/2 inches. Kline's mark is currently the fourth-best jump recorded in the MWC this winter.

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LUBBOCK, Texas - Jessica Young clocked an NCAA provisional time of 6.85 seconds to win the women's 55-meter title at the Texas Tech Invitational.

FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU junior Jessica Young was selected as the Mountain West Conference women's indoor track and field athlete of the week.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - TCU opened the first day of the Razorback Invitational with a solid showing at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

Young blazed to a first-place finish in the women's 55 meters with a time of 6.85 seconds. Earlier in the day, the junior clocked a time of 6.87 seconds to win her heat and qualify for the finals. Young's first-place time is the ninth-fastest time recorded in TCU history and currently the fastest 55-meter time posted in the Mountain West Conference in 2009.

Young earns the weekly award after clocking an NCAA provisional time of 6.85 seconds to win the women's 55 meters at the Texas Tech Invitational.

"It was not bad today," said head coach Darryl Anderson. "It is interesting to see how our young men and women do during this early season. I thought Mychal and Whitney weren't bad and did a good job overall. We will come back tomorrow and see where we are at."

The women's 4x400 unit consisting of Jessica Clarke, Kishelle Paul, La'Quinta Ross and Hayley Shade closed out the day clocking a time of 3:41.81 to earn runner-up honors in Lubbock. Other notables on the day, were Paul, a senior from Georgia, who turned in a third-place showing in the women's 55-meter hurdles by posting a time of 8.05 seconds and sophomore Jordan Pitts, who placed fifth overall in the event on the men's side.

Her 60-meter adjusted time of 7.39 currently ranks first in the MWC this season and fourth in the nation. Finally, the Columbia, S.C., native's time is also the ninth-fastest time recorded in TCU history.

In the men's 200, Mychal Dungey, a 2008 Outdoor AllAmerican, led the TCU attack by crossing the finish line in 21.52 to place fourth overall on Friday night. Dungey's seasonal-best time is currently the top time posted in the Mountain West Conference in 2009 and just missed an NCAA provisional mark. In the women's long jump, freshman Whitney Gipson soared 19 feet, 5 ½ inches to place fourth out of 32 competitors. Gipson's seasonal-best jump is currently the third-best leap in the conference this winter.

Sophomore Tanja Ivandic opened the indoor season by crossing the finish line in second-place in the women's mile, while Jeff Pels led the TCU men. In the throws, senior Candis Kelley tossed 48 feet, 2 1/2 inches in a highly competitive field to place fifth overall in the women's shot on Saturday.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - The Flyin' Frogs closed competition at the Razorback Invitational recording two NCAA provisional marks.

HOUSTON, Texas - Jessica Young clocked an NCAA provisional to lead a quartet of Flyin' Frogs at the Houston Indoor Invitational.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The Flyin' Frogs opened the Texas A&M Invitational with a strong showing inside the Gilliam Indoor Track and Field Stadium.

Earning NCAA provisional marks at the Randal Tyson Track Center were Jessica Young (60 meters) and the women's 4x400.

"We had a good week of work and got some things done today," said head coach Darryl Anderson. "Overall, we probably had the best practice of the winter today for the kids that didn't compete in Houston. We just have to keep moving forward and continue to get better."

The TCU women currently sit in third-place with 38 points going into the final day of competition, while the men are 15th in the team standings with six points.

The 4x400 quartet consisting of Jessica Clarke, Kishelle Paul, Hayley Shade and Young blazed to an NCAA provisional time of 3:39.08 to place third overall in the event. In the sprints, Young crossed the finish line in secondplace with an NCAA provisional and seasonal-best time of 7.35 seconds in the 60 meters. Young's time is currently the third fastest-time in the nation and ranked in the top -10 in the world standings. Earlier in the day, she qualified for the finals of the 60 meters by posting an NCAA provisional time of 7.43 to place first in her heat and fourth in preliminary action. Other highlights on the day included, Sean Zurko, a sophomore from Las Vegas, capturing first-place honors in the men's 800-meter run with a seasonal-best time of 1:52.53. Overall, TCU won one event title and recorded two NCAA provisional marks on the final day of competition in Fayetteville.

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Young, a junior from South Carolina, recorded runnerup honors in the women's 60 meters, clocking an NCAA provisional time of 7.41 seconds. Houston's Christie Jones won the event with a time of 7.40 seconds inside Yeoman Fieldhouse. Young opened the day posting the second-fastest 60-meter time, winning heat No. 6 with a time of 7.49 seconds. In the women's 60-meter hurdles, Kishelle Paul placed second overall crossing the finish line with a time of 8.69, while Meaghan Peoples, who competed for the first time this indoor season on Saturday, collected 14th-place honors. In the prelims, both Peoples and Paul qualified for the finals by placing second and first overall in heat No. 1 and No. 4, respectively.

Junior Jessica Young advanced to the finals of the women's 60 meters, blazing to an NCAA provisional time of 7.35 seconds to finish first in her heat and post the second-fastest collegiate time overall. In the hurdles, Kishelle Paul, a senior from Georgia, opened the night qualifying for the finals of the women's 60-meter hurdles by clocking a time of 8.59 seconds to finish seventh overall. Paul came back later in the night to record the top-collegiate time in the women's 200 meters. Paul, who clocked a seasonal and personal-best time of 24.28 seconds, posted the second-fastest time in the MWC Friday night. Other highlights on the night included sophomore Matthew Love recording a personal-best time of 48.07 in the men's 400 to finish in fourth-place amongst collegiate runners.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Neidra Covington set a new Gilliam Indoor Track and Field Stadium record to win the women's triple jump on the final day of competition at the Texas A&M Invitational. Covington, a 2008 All-American, captured the event title by soaring 42 feet, 8 3/4 inches. Covington's seasonal-best jump is currently an NCAA provisional mark and the 11th-best leap in the NCAA in 2009. Jessica Young opened the day placing third overall in the women's 60 meters by clocking an NCAA provisional time of 7.35 seconds. Young, who competed against three of the nations top-5 sprinters, tied a seasonal-best mark inside the Gilliam Indoor Track and Field Stadium, while finishing ahead of the No. 2 and No. 4 ranked sprinter in the NCAA. Mychal Dungey led TCU in the men's 200, posting a seasonal-best time of 21.46 to finish in seventh-place. The Austin natives' time is currently the top-time posted in the Mountain West this winter. In the men's 800, Sean Zurko just missed an NCAA provisional, recording a seasonal-best time of 1:51.57 to finish fourth overall.

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Meaghan Peoples participated in five events to record a third-place finish in the pentathlon with 3,649 points on the first day of action at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships. "Meaghan Peoples had an outstanding performance today," said head coach Darryl Anderson. "She has made a lot of strides, especially considering she just returned from an injury. She just missed getting an NCAA provisional today and really had a solid day on the track." Peoples, a Weatherford, Texas, native, competed in five events inside the Cadet Field House, which included the 60-meter hurdles, women's high jump, women's shot put, women's long jump and the women's 800-meter run. The senior won the 800meter run for the third-consecutive year with a time of 2:22.27. Overall, Peoples, who just missed an NCAA provisional mark, posted her highest-finish of her indoor career in the pentathlon. "Tomorrow, we just need to have everyone go out and compete to the best of their ability and do their job," said Anderson.

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The women's track and field team finished the second day of the 2009 Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships in the fourth spot, while the men are in sixth-place heading into Saturday at the Cadet Field House on the campus of the Air Force Academy. Overall, TCU recorded four NCAA provisional marks. Securing NCAA provisional marks were Neidra Covington (Long Jump), Whitney Gipson (Long Jump), Kishelle Paul (60-Meter Hurdles) and Jessica Young (60 Meters). In the women's long jump, Gipson, a freshman from Newark, soared 20 feet, 3 ½ inches to place third overall, while Covington leaped 20 feet, 3 inches to finish in fourth-place. Both Gipson and Covington posted NCAA provisional marks with Gipson securing a personal-best jump. Overall, the top-five places in the women's long jump recorded NCAA provisional marks. Gipson's leap is currently the No. 25 ranked jump in the NCAA, while Covington posted the 27thbest leap in the country. Karoline Koehler of San Diego State won the event with an NCAA automatic leap of 20 feet, 10 3/4 inches.

Paul advanced to the finals of the women's 60-meter hurdles by clocking a seasonal-best and NCAA provisional qualifying time of 8.39 seconds. On the men's side, Jordan Pitts qualified for Saturday's final by crossing the finish line in 8.12 seconds. Both Paul and Pitts posted the top-time in the 60-meter hurdle prelims on Friday. In the women's 60 meters, Young breezed past the competition to claim the top-time in preliminary action. Young recorded a seasonal-best and NCAA provisional qualifying time of 7.34 seconds. Senior Jessica Clarke also advanced to the final by posting a time of 7.58 seconds. Young's time is currently tied for the 10thfastest time in the NCAA, while Clarke just missed a personal-best mark. Mark Barnes, a Houston native, led the Flyin' Frogs on the men's side, recording a top-time of 6.81 to qualify for Saturday's final. Barnes was followed by senior Andon Mitchell who clocked a time of 6.87 seconds to post the second-fastest time in preliminary action inside the Cadet Field House. Clarke led all runners in the women's 200-meter dash, advancing to the finals with a seasonal-best time of 24.17 seconds. On the men's side, junior Dell Guy crossed the finish line with the fastest-qualifying time on Thursday.

The Nevada native posted a time of 21.53, while Barnes and Stoneham finished preliminary action with the third and fourth-fastest times on the day. Young came back later in the day to qualify for the finals of the women's 400 meters by recording the top preliminary time of 54.48 seconds. The junior just missed an NCAA provisional. Also qualifying for Saturday's final in the event were Hayley Shade and Meaghan Ryan, who finished fifth and eighth overall in preliminary action, respectively. Shekila Wilkinson rounded out the TCU qualifiers with a ninth-place finish. On the men's side, Dell Guy and Matthew Love advanced to the finals by posting times of 48.30 and 48.58 seconds, respectively, to finish second and third overall in preliminary action. In relay action, the women's distance medley consisting of Danielle Selner, Tiara Miller, Meaghan Peoples and Tanja Ivandic finished third overall with a time of 12:32.46. The men's unit of Louis Tijerina, Aaron Macklin, Jack O'Brien and Jeff Pels closed competition in sixth-place.

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The TCU women earned runner-up honors at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships at the Cadet Field House, while the Flyin' Frog men closed competition in fifth-place. For the weekend, TCU won eight event titles, set one school record, garnered the Women's Outstanding Performance Award and recorded nine NCAA provisional marks in Colorado Springs, Colo. Earning NCAA provisional marks at the championships were Neidra Covington (Long and Triple Jump), Whitney Gipson (Long Jump), Kishelle Paul (60-Meter Hurdles), Jessica Young (60 and 400 Meters), Candis Kelley (Shot Put), Stormy Harrison (Shot Put) and the men's 4x400 relay. BYU won the women's competition with 224 points, followed by TCU (117), Colorado State (61), Utah (59), New Mexico (53), San Diego State (46), Air Force (40), UNLV (36) and Wyoming (26). The Cougars also claimed the men's title with 224 points, followed by New Mexico (102), Air Force (91), Colorado State (85), TCU (78) and Wyoming (77). In the women's 60 meters, Young garnered gold medal honors, recording a blistering time of 7.26 seconds. Overall, Young posted a seasonal-best mark and just missed an NCAA automatic on Saturday. The junior's time of 7.26 seconds broke Virgil Hodge's school record of 7.30 seconds.

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On the men's side, TCU captured the three-fastest times in the 60 meters with senior Andon Mitchell winning the event for the second-straight year with a time of 6.801 seconds. Freshmen Mark Barnes and Richard Knotts followed in second and third-place with times of 6.81 and 6.88 seconds, respectively. Young continued her domination on the track in the women's 400-meter dash, collecting first-place honors with an NCAA provisional time of 53.81 seconds. Young's winning-time is currently the 12th-best time in the nation and just missed becoming a new school record. Dell Guy led the TCU men in the 400 meters, clocking runner-up honors with a seasonal-best time of 47.72 seconds. Clarke led TCU in the women's 200 meters, winning the event with a seasonal-best time of 24.12 seconds. Paul, a senior from Georgia, also placed in the event, recording a time of 24.23 seconds to earn a third-place finish. On the men's side, Barnes collected runner-up honors with a seasonal-best time of 21.65 seconds. Guy recorded a time of 21.73 to finish fourth overall in the event. For the second-straight year, sophomore Jordan Pitts claimed first-place honors in the men's 60-meter hurdles, crossing the finish line in 8.03 seconds. Pitt's time is currently a seasonal-best mark.

On the women's side, Paul clocked an NCAA provisional and personal-best time of 8.37 seconds to earn runner-up honors inside the Cadet Field House. Paul was clipped at the line by BYU's Amy Menlove who crossed the finish line in 8.365 seconds. Kelley closed out her indoor career in style, winning the women's shot put for the fourth-straight year with an NCAA provisional toss of 50 feet, 2 ¾ inches. Sophomore Stormy Harrison earned runner-up honors in the event with an NCAA provisional toss of 50 feet. Overall, TCU has claimed seven-consecutive Mountain West Conference shot put titles between the indoor and outdoor seasons. On Saturday, Kelley became the first female student-athlete in MWC history to win the women's shot put title four-straight years. In relay action, the TCU men's 4x400 consisting of Guy, Pitts, Sean Zurko and Love won the event-title with an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 3:11.32 seconds, while the women's unit consisting of Shade, Paul, Clarke and Young crossed the finish line in firstplace with a time of 3:42.66. Other highlights on the day included, Covington placing fourth overall in the women's triple jump with an NCAA provisional leap of 42 feet, 8 ¼ inches. In the men's 800 meters, Zurko collected fifth-place honors with a time of 1:52.37.

FORT WORTH, Texas - After claiming eight individual conference titles and the Women's Outstanding Performance Award at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships, the TCU track and field team was honored with the announcement of the league's Men's and Women's All-MWC Indoor team. As announced by the league office, TCU had 18 student-athletes named to the Mountain West Conference Men's and Women's Indoor Track and Field team. Following a runner-up performance, the women's team had 11 selections, while the men's team had seven student-athlete honorees following a fifth-place finish. In total, TCU's women's team had all-conference selections in nine events, while the men's team had all-conference selections in five different events. Headlining TCU's selections was Jessica Young and Kishelle Paul, who made the list in three different events. Mark Barnes, Jessica Clarke, Dell Guy, Jordan Pitts and Meaghan Peoples each were honored two times. On the women's side, Young won the 60 and 400 meters this past weekend. Her success earned her the Women's Outstanding Performance at the MWC Championships.

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AMES, Iowa - The TCU women's 4x400 blazed to first-place honors with the second-fastest time in the NCAA and the world at the Iowa State NCAA Qualifier. "It doesn't get a whole lot better than today," said head coach Darryl Anderson. "We were outstanding on both sides today and our team is getting better by the day. I am extremely proud of both relays. It was just a great day for TCU." By recording an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 3:34.63, the women's 4x400 qualified for the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championships, which will take place next week in College Station. Overall, the unit consisting of Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke and Jessica Young set a new school record and just missed an NCAA automatic mark. The previous school record of 3:34.75 was set by Jamee Jones, Paul, Deborah Jones and Nathandra John in Fayetteville, Ark., in 2007. On the men's side, the 4x400 quartet of Dell Guy, Jordan Pitts, Sean Zurko and Matthew Love garnered sixth-place honors with an NCAA provisional qualifying time of 3:07.50. The unit's time is currently the 11thfastest time in the NCAA and a seasonal-best mark. The men's 4x400 will have to wait until next week to find out if they have qualified for the NCAA Championships.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Neidra Covington captured first-place honors with an NCAA provisional mark in the women's triple jump to lead TCU at the Arkansas Last Chance Meet.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Jessica Young clocked the fifth-fastest time on Friday to advance to Saturday's final in the women's 60 meters at the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championships.

Covington, who soared 42 feet, 8 inches, will have to wait until next week to find out if she has qualified for the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championships. The junior, who captured All-America honors in the triple jump in 2008, has posted a seasonal-best leap of 42 feet, 8 3/4 inches. She currently has the No. 18 jump in the NCAA. Freshman Whitney Gipson and sophomore Amber Anderson followed in second and third-place, respectively.

Young, a junior from South Carolina, won heat No. 2 with a winning time of 7.26 seconds. Young's time on Friday tied her own school record, which she set in her last outing at the MWC Indoor Championships.

Gipson was victorious for the Flyin' Frogs in the women's long jump, winning the event-title with a leap of 19 feet, 8 inches. Gipson, who currently sits at No. 30 in the nation, has posted a seasonal-best jump of 20 feet, 3 ½ inches. TCU will continue action in Ames, Iowa, tomorrow at the Iowa State NCAA Qualifier. On Saturday, the women's 4x400 unit consisting of Jessica Clarke, Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul and Jessica Young will open competition at 3:30 p.m. The unit, who captured the MWC Championship, is currently 19th in the nation and has clocked a seasonal-best time of 3:39.08.

The women's 4x400 quartet of Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke and Young qualified for nationals after blazing to the second-fastest time in the NCAA last weekend at the Iowa State NCAA Qualifier. Overall, the unit clocked a seasonal-best and school record time of 3:34.63 to qualify for the NCAA Championships. The men's 4x400 unit which consists of Dell Guy, Jordan Pitts, Sean Zurko and Matthew Love will compete tomorrow in College Station after garnering sixth-place honors at the Iowa State NCAA Qualifier with a seasonal-best time of 3:07.50.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - The women's 4x400 clocked a fourth-place finish to collect All-America honors at the 2009 NCAA Indoor Championships. The 4x400 quartet consisting of Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke and Jessica Young collected fourth-place honors with a time of 3:36.51. The fourth-place finish was the highest finish posted by a women's 4x400 at the NCAA Indoor Championships in program history. On the men's side, the men's 4x400 unit of Dell Guy, Jordan Pitts, Sean Zurko and Matthew Love placed ninth overall with a time of 3:09.06. In the women's 60 meters, Young captured AllAmerica honors by crossing the finish line in fourthplace with a time of 7.27 seconds. By clocking a fourth-place finish, Young, a two-time All-America honoree in the 60 meters, posted the highest finish ever in the women's 60 meters for a Flyin' Frog at the NCAA Indoor Championships. In 2001, Monica Twum recorded a sixth-place finish in the 60 meters in Fayetteville, Ark. Overall, TCU, who closed the meet in 22nd-place, posted its highest finish on the women's side at the NCAA Indoors since 1983. The Flyin' Frogs finished the NCAA's with 10 points.

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2009 INDOOR RECAP @ = NCAA automatic mark

# = NCAA provisional mark

sr = TCU record

pr = Personal record

^ = Collegiate best

P = Prelims

Women

Women

Men

55 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 6.74/6.92 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 6.85 # Jessica Young Texas Tech Invite (1/17)

4x400-Meter Relay NCAA automatic/provisional: 3:33.00/3:40.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 3:34.63 # sr Shade, Paul ISU NCAA Qualifier Clarke, Young

1000 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: N/A Mark Athlete Event (Date) 2:30.07 Jeff Pels Texas A&M Invite (2/13)

Place 9th

Mile Run NCAA automatic/provisional: 3:59.50/4:04.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 4:18.64 pr Jeff Pels Razorback Invite (1/24)

Place 7th

3000 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 7:54.50/8:05.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 9:09.72 pr Hollingsworth Razorback Invite (1/24)

Place 25th

55-Meter Hurdles NCAA automatic/provisional: 7.17/7.38 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 7.72 (pr) Jordan Pitts Texas Tech Invite (1/17)

Place 7th

60-Meter Hurdles NCAA automatic/provisional: 7.70/7.91 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 8.03 Jordan Pitts MWC Championships (2/28)

Place 1st

60 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 7.26/7.44 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 7.26 # sr Jessica Young MWC Championships (2/28)

Place 1st

Place 1st

Distance Medley Relay NCAA automatic/provisional: 11:09.00/11:30.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 12:32.46 Selner, Miller MWC Championships (2/27) Peoples, Ivandic

Place 1st

Place 3rd

200 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 23.20/23.90 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 24.12 Jessica Clarke MWC Championships (2/28)

Place 1st

400 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 52.40/54.40 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 53.81 # Jessica Young MWC Championships (2/28)

Long Jump NCAA automatic/provisional: 6.35m/6.10m Mark Athlete Event (Date) 6.18m pr # Whitney Gipson MWC Championships (2/27)

Place 3rd

Place 1st

800 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 2:05.00/2:09.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 2:16.10 Meaghan Peoples Texas A&M Invite (2/14)

Triple Jump NCAA automatic/provisional: 13.30m/12.65m Mark Athlete Event (Date) 13.02m # Neidra Covington Texas A&M Invite (2/14)

Place 1st

Place 11th

1000 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: N/A Mark Athlete Event (Date) 2:57.75 Tanja Ivandic Texas A&M Invite (2/13)

Shot Put NCAA automatic/provisional: 16.90m/15.20m Mark Athlete Event (Date) 15.31m # Candis Kelley MWC Championships (2/28)

Place 1st

Place 2nd

Mile Run NCAA automatic/provisional: 4:38.00/4:48.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 5:00.84 pr Tanja Ivandic Razorback Invite (1/24)

Pentathlon NCAA automatic/provisional: 4050/3700 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 3649 Meaghan Peoples MWC Championships (2/23)

Place 3rd

4x400-Meter Relay NCAA automatic/provisional: 3:08.10/3:12.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 3:07.50 # Guy, Pitts ISU NCAA Qualifier Zurko, Love

Place 14th

Place 7th

Distance Medley Relay NCAA automatic/provisional: 9:36.20/9:47.90 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 10:44.33 Tijerina, Macklin MWC Championships (2/27) OĘźBrien, Pels

Place 1st

Long Jump NCAA automatic/provisional: 7.85m/7.50m Mark Athlete Event (Date) 7.06 pr Richard Knotts Razorback Invite (1/23)

Place 9th

200 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 20.83/21.23 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 21.46 Mychal Dungey Texas A&M Invite (2/14)

Place 7th

Triple Jump NCAA automatic/provisional: 16.10m/15.40m Mark Athlete Event (Date) 13.96 pr Thomas Ward MWC Championships (2/28)

Place 9th

400 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 46.15/47.25 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 47.72 Dell Guy MWC Championships (2/28)

Place 2nd

800 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 1:48.20/1:50.50 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 1:51.57 Sean Zurko Texas A&M Invite (2/14)

Place 4th

3000 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 9:15.00/9:34.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 10:05.22 Danielle Selner Texas A&M Invite (2/14) 5000 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 16:45.00/16:08.00 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 20:21.21 Shannon Andrew MWC Championships (2/27)

Place 10th

Place 18th

55-Meter Hurdles NCAA automatic/provisional: 7.57/7.86 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 8.05 Kishelle Paul Texas Tech Invite (1/17)

Place 3rd

60-Meter Hurdles NCAA automatic/provisional: 8.15/8.43 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 8.37 # pr Kishelle Paul MWC Championships (2/28)

Place 2nd

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Men 55 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 6.14/6.25 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 6.43 (p) pr Mark Barnes Texas Tech Invite (1/17) 60 Meters NCAA automatic/provisional: 6.63/6.74 Mark Athlete Event (Date) 6.81 Andon Mitchell MWC Championships (2/28)

Place 6th

Place 6th

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2009 INDOOR RECAP

2009 Indoor

SEASON AWARDS INDIVIDUAL ACCOLADES

INDIVIDUAL ACCOLADES

MWC CHAMPIONS

NCAA PROVISIONALS

MEN Andon Mitchell (60 Meters) Jordan Pitts (60-Meter Hurdles) TCU 4x400 Relay WOMEN Jessica Clarke (200 Meters) Candis Kelley (Shot Put) Jessica Young (60 & 400 Meters) TCU 4x400 Relay

MEN'S ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM

Mark Barnes (60 Meter Dash, 200 Meter Dash) Dell Guy (400 Meter Dash) Richard Knotts (60 Meter Dash) Andon Mitchell (60 Meter Dash) Jordan Pitts (60 Meter Hurdles) TCU 4x400 Relay (Dell Guy, Jordan Pitts, Sean Zurko, Matthew Love)

WOMEN'S ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM

Jessica Clarke (200 Meter Dash) Whitney Gipson (Long Jump) Stormy Harrison (Shot Put) Candis Kelley (Shot Put) Kishelle Paul (60 Meter Hurdles, 200 Meter Dash) Meaghan Peoples (Pentathlon) Jessica Young (60 Meter Dash, 400 Meter Dash) TCU 4x400 Relay (Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Jessica Young) TCU Distance Medley (Danielle Selner, Tiara Miller, Meaghan Peoples, Tanja Ivandic)

Jessica Young (60 & 400 Meters) Kishelle Paul (60-Meter Hurdles) Womenʼs 4x400 Relay Whitney Gipson (Long Jump) Neidra Covington (Triple & Long Jump) Candis Kelley (Shot Put) Stormy Harrison (Shot Put) Menʼs 4x400 Relay

NCAA PARTICIPANTS

Jessica Young (60 Meters) Womenʼs 4x400 Relay Menʼs 4x400 Relay

NCAA ALL-AMERICANS

Jessica Young (60 Meters) Womenʼs 4x400 Relay

TCU RECORDS SET IN 2009 Jessica Young (60 Meters) Womenʼs 4x400 Relay

TCU HONORS IN 2009 Jessica Young MWC Outstanding Performance Award MWC Athlete of the Week

2009 INDOOR SCHEDULE Indoor Season Date Meet J. 16-17 Texas Tech Inv. J. 23-24 Razorback Inv. J. 30-31 Houston Inv. F. 13-14 Texas A&M F. 26-28 MWC Championships M. 6-7 Last Chance Meet M. 13-14 NCAA Indoor Champ

Location Lubbock, Texas Fayetteville, Ark. Houston, Texas College Station, Texas Colorado Springs, Colo. Ames, Iowa College Station, Texas

MWC STANDINGS MEN 1) BYU 2) New Mexico 3) Air Force 4) Colorado St. 5) TCU 6) Wyoming

224 102 91 85 78 77

WOMEN 1) BYU 2) TCU 3) Colorado St. 4) Utah 5) New Mexico 6) San Diego St. 7) Air Force 8) UNLV 9) Wyoming

224 117 61 59 53 46 40 36 26

NCAA STANDINGS

Men - N/A Women - T22nd (10 Points)

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FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU opened its outdoor season by posting nine NCAA regional qualifying marks in front of 3,214 spectators at the third annual Horned Frog Invitational. Earning NCAA regional qualifying marks on the men's side were the men's 4x100, Mychal Dungey (200 meters) and Jordan Pitts (110-meter hurdles). On the women's side, the 4x100, Jessica Young (100 meters), Kishelle Paul (100-meter hurdles),Whitney Gipson (long jump), Neidra Covington (long jump) and Stormy Harrison (shot put) all earned regional qualifying marks. For the meet, TCU recorded 10 NCAA regional qualifying marks. In what is the first of two home meets this spring, the Flyin' Frogs compiled 12 first-place finishes to go along with their 10 NCAA regional qualifying marks. In the women's 100 meters, Young, a three-time All-American, clocked a personal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 11.24 seconds to win the event. Her time is the top-time posted in the Mountain West Conference and the world this spring. It also ranks as the fourth-best time in program history. On the men's side, freshman Mark Barnes posted the topcollegiate time in the event, recording a time of 10.701 seconds. His time currently ranks as the No. 1 ranked time in the MWC. Andon Mitchell and Justyn Warner followed in third and fourth overall, respectively.

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Dungey led the Flyin' Frog men in the 200 meters, clocking an NCAA regional qualifying time of 21.13 seconds. The sophomore's time was the top-collegiate time recorded in the event. Andrae Williams, who ran unattached, won the event with a time of 20.93 seconds. Jessica Clarke led TCU on the women's side with a second-place performance. Other highlights on the day included, Paul, a senior from Georgia, who won the women's 100-meter hurdles with a personal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 13.63 seconds. On the men's side, Jordan Pitts was also victorious in the 110-meter hurdles, clocking a regional qualifying time of 14.21 seconds. Pitts posted his first regional qualifying mark of the spring season and the top-time in the conference in 2009.

Overall, three members of the men's team won individual events. Winning events were Matthew Love (400 meters), Sean Zurko (800 meters) and Jordan Pitts (110-meter hurdles). The women's team had eight student-athletes bring home first-place honors at the Lowdon Track and Field Complex on Saturday. The first-place finishers were Jessica Young (100 meters), Tanja Ivandic (1500 meters), Danielle Selner (3000 meters), Kishelle Paul (100-meter hurdles), the women's 4x100, Whitney Gipson (long jump), Stormy Harrison (shot put) and Crystal Fenoglio (javelin).

BATON ROUGE, La. - Jordan Pitts and Candis Kelley placed first overall in their respective events and Neidra Covington posted the top-leap in the NCAA this spring in the women's triple jump to lead TCU on the final day of the LSU Relays.

BATON ROUGE, La. - TCU recorded five NCAA regional marks on the first day of competition at the LSU Relays. Earning NCAA regional qualifying marks were the men's 4x100, Kishelle Paul (400-meter hurdles), Whitney Gipson (long jump), Neidra Covington (long jump) and the women's 4x100.

Overall, TCU posted 10 regional qualifying marks in Baton Rouge. Earning NCAA regional qualifying marks at Bernie Moore Stadium were the men's 4x100 and 4x400, Tommy Killen (discus), Jordan Pitts (400-meter hurdles) and Sean Zurko (800 meters). On the women's side, Candis Kelley (shot put), Stormy Harrison (shot put), Neidra Covington (triple jump) and the women's 4x100 and 4x400 all posted regional qualifying marks.

Gipson soared 20 feet, 3 ¾ inches on Friday night to place second overall in the women's long jump, while Covington followed in third-place with an identical leap of 20 feet, 3 ¾ inches. The men's 4x800, which consisted of Jeff Pels, Jack O'Brien, Zane Hill and Sean Zurko crossed the finish line in first-place, recording a time of 7:39.19 seconds. Overall, the quartet set a new Bernie Moore Stadium record in the event, while also posting the fourthfastest time in program history. Other highlights on the day included, Mitchell qualifying for Saturday's final in the men's 100 meters. The senior, who just missed an NCAA regional qualifying mark, posted a seasonal-best time of 10.63 seconds to finish fourth overall in preliminary competition. In the women's 5000 meters, Tanja Ivandic captured the event-title, while Kelly Dawson placed third overall..

Pitts, a sophomore from Greenville, captured the event-title in the men's 400-meter hurdles with a personal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 51.76 seconds. The sophomore's blazing time, which was a new meet record, is currently the sixthfastest time in the NCAA and the top-time posted in the Mountain West Conference this spring. Covington, a St. Petersburg, Fla., native, soared a seasonal-best mark of 42 feet, 1 ¼ inches to post the top-collegiate jump in the women's triple jump and finish second overall behind Olympian Andrea Linton. Covington's leap is currently the top mark in both the nation and the MWC this spring.

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AUSTIN, Texas - Meaghan Peoples participated in four events to move into ninth overall in the heptathlon with 2,975 points on the first day of competition at the Texas Relays in Austin.

AUSTIN, Texas - Kishelle Paul and Jordan Pitts both recorded NCAA regional qualifying marks in the 400meter hurdles to lead TCU on the second day of the Texas Relays.

Peoples, a native of Weatherford, Texas, competed in four events, which included the 200-meter dash, women's 100-meter hurdles, women's high jump and the women's shot put. The senior placed seventh in the 100-meter hurdles and eighth overall in the women's 200-meter dash.

Paul, a senior from Georgia, won heat No. 2 of the women's 400-meter hurdles with an NCAA regional qualifying time of 1:00.52 seconds to finish ninth overall in preliminary action. Paul's seasonal-best time is currently the 23rd-best time in the nation.

"Meaghan had a very good first day today against some really good competition," said assistant coach Jeff Petersmeyer. "Hopefully, she can build on this tomorrow and get her provisional mark out of the way. Overall, today was her best first day of the heptathlon since she has been at TCU." In the men's 800 meters, freshman Jack O'Brien crossed the finish line in third-place in section No. 1 to finish eighth overall with a time of 1:54.59 seconds. Fellow freshman Zane Hill followed in 16th-place at Mike A. Myers Stadium. On the women's side, Tiara Miller recorded a sixth-place finish in section No. 1 to finish 10th overall. Finally, Danielle Selner, a Houston native, clocked a seventh-place finish in the women's 5,000-meter run, while freshman Kelly Dawson turned in a 10th-place performance in the women's 1,500 meters.

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On the men's side, Pitts clocked an NCAA regional qualifying time of 52.35 seconds to cross the finish line in second-place in heat No. 1 at Mike A. Myers Stadium. The sophomore advanced the final by turning in an eighth-place finish overall. Senior Meaghan Peoples competed in three different events on Thursday, which included the long jump, javelin and the women's 800 meters. A native of Weatherford, Texas, Peoples won the 800 meters with a time of 2:17.31 to close the heptathlon in seventhplace with 4,955 points.

AUSTIN, Texas - TCU posted five NCAA regional qualifying marks to continue action at the 82nd annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays. Earning NCAA regional qualifying marks at Mike A. Myers Stadium were Candis Kelley (women's shot put), Jessica Young (women's 100 meters), the women's 4x400, Tommy Killen (men's discus) and the men's 4x100. In the men's 1600 sprint medley, TCU's Clemore Henry, Mychal Dungey, Clint Renfro and Sean Zurko crossed the finish line in 3:19.50 seconds to finish third overall with a seasonal-best time. Overall, the quartet posted the fifth-fastest time in program history. Young, a junior from South Carolina, clocked an NCAA regional qualifying time of 11.24 seconds in preliminary action of the women's 100 meters to advance to the finals on Saturday. The men's 4x100 quartet of Otis McDaniel, Mark Barnes, Dungey and Dell Guy opened the day clocking an NCAA regional qualifying time of 40.26 seconds. In the prelims of the women's 4x400, the Flyin' Frogs unit consisting of Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke and Young advanced to the finals by turning in a third-place finish overall with an NCAA regional qualifying time of 3:36.66.

AUSTIN, Texas - The men's and women's 4x400 relays finished third overall to lead the Flyin' Frogs on the final day of the 82nd annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays. Earning NCAA regional qualifying marks were the women's 4x400, Neidra Covington (women's triple jump), Kishelle Paul (women's 400-meter hurdles), Jessica Young (women's 100 meters) and the men's 4x100 and 4x400. The men's 4x400 of Dell Guy, Clemore Henry, Sean Zurko and Matthew Love closed out the day clocking a blazing seasonal-best time of 3:06.16. The unit's time is currently the No. 4 ranked time in the NCAA and the sixth-fastest time in the world standings. Paul, a senior from Georgia, opened the day clocking a seasonal-best mark of 59.45 seconds in the women's 400-meter hurdles to finish third overall. Paul's NCAA regional qualifying time is currently ranked in the top-15 in the NCAA and is the toptime in the Mountain West Conference this spring. Young claimed fourth-place honors in the women's 100 meters with an NCAA regional qualifying time of 11.25 seconds.

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LUBBOCK, Texas - TCU battled extreme wind conditions to collect nine NCAA regional qualifying marks at the Texas Tech Invitational. Earning NCAA regional qualifying marks on the women's side were the 4x100, Kishelle Paul (100meter hurdles), Jessica Young (400 meters), Jessica Clarke (400 meters), Candis Kelley (shot put) and Stormy Harrison (shot put). On the men's side, Mychal Dungey (200 meters), Sean Zurko (800 meters) and the men's 4x100 all posted regional qualifying marks at R.P. Fuller Stadium. "We started off the day with the meet getting delayed because of the wind, but we got it in," said head coach Darryl Anderson. Dungey dominated the men's 200-meter dash, clocking a seasonal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 20.78 seconds to capture the event-title. The Austin native's time is currently the top-time in the Midwest Region and the sixth-fastest time in the NCAA. Andon Mitchell, who just missed an NCAA regional qualifying time in the event, recorded a seasonal-best time of 21.36 seconds to finish sixth overall. Zurko, a Las Vegas native, recorded an NCAA regional qualifying mark of 1:49.95 to win the men's 800meter run. The sophomore ran past former Olympian Jonathan Johnson, the 2004 NCAA and Olympic Trials Champion, down the backstretch to win the event.

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In the relays, the women's 4x100 clocked a seasonalbest and NCAA regional qualifying time of 44.40 seconds to finish first overall at R.P. Fuller Stadium. The quartet, which consisted of Whitney Gipson, Clarke, Paul and Young crossed the finish line with the ninthfastest time in the NCAA and the top-time in the MWC. The Flyin' Frog men of Mitchell, Otis McDaniel, Dungey and Dell Guy were also victorious in the 4x100, recording an NCAA regional qualifying time of 40.35 seconds. Young came back later in the night to win the women's 400 meters with an NCAA regional qualifying and seasonal-best time of 53.07 seconds. Young's time is currently the fourth-fastest time in the NCAA and program history. Clarke followed in second-place with an NCAA regional qualifying time of 53.59 seconds. The senior's seasonal-best time is currently the No. 6 ranked time in the nation. In the 100-meter hurdles, Paul, a senior from Georgia, recorded an NCAA regional qualifying time of 13.69 seconds to earn runner-up honors in the event. Kelley led the Purple and White in the women's shot put, tossing the shot 50 feet, 9 ¼ inches to place third overall. Harrison followed in fourth-place with a seasonal-best toss of 50 feet, 1 ¼ inches. Both throws were NCAA regional qualifying marks.

FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU recorded 16 NCAA regional qualifying marks to close out its home season in front of 1,580 spectators at the 10th annual TCU Invitational at the Lowdon Track and Field Complex. Earning NCAA regional qualifying marks for the men were Tommy Killen (discus), the men's 4x100, Matthew Love (400 meters), Jordan Pitts (400-meter hurdles) and Mychal Dungey (200 meters). On the women's side, Stormy Harrison (shot put), Candis Kelley (shot put), Whitney Gipson (long jump), Neidra Covington (triple jump), the women's 4x100, Jessica Young (200 and 400 meters), Jessica Clarke (200 and 400 meters), Kishelle Paul (400-meter hurdles) and Meaghan Peoples (400-meter hurdles) all posted NCAA regional qualifying marks in Fort Worth. Earlier in the day, Young dominated the field in the women's 400 meters, clocking an NCAA regional qualifying time of 52.96 seconds. The junior's seasonal-best mark is currently the top-time in the Mountain West Conference and the sixth-best time in the nation. It is also the fourth-best time recorded in program history. Clarke, a senior from New York, earned runner-up honors in the 400-meter dash with an NCAA regional qualifying time of 54.13 seconds, which is the 24th-best time in the NCAA.

Overall, TCU claimed the top-five places in the event and six of the top-eight times posted at the Lowdon Track and Field Complex. Love crushed the NCAA regional qualifying mark of 47.20 seconds, winning the men's 400-meter dash with a seasonal-best time of 46.65 seconds. The sophomore's time, which currently sits at No. 14 on the NCAA Descending Order List, is the top-time in the MWC this spring. In the women's 400-meter hurdles, TCU claimed the top three times in the event with both Paul and Peoples recording NCAA regional qualifying marks. Paul, a senior from Georgia, won the event with a time of 1:00.24 seconds, while Peoples collected runner-up honors with a seasonal-best time of 1:00.45 seconds. Finally, Meaghan Ryan earned third-place honors on Saturday. TCU dominated the field events, sweeping firstplace honors in the discus, shot put and triple jump between the men and women. Killen won the men's discus with an NCAA regional qualifying toss of 171 feet, 10 inches, while Marcus Cannon followed in second-place. The Flyin' Frogs claimed the top-four spots in the women's long jump with Gipson winning the event with a regional qualifying leap of 19 feet, 9 ¾ inches.

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PHILADELPHIA - Senior Kishelle Paul collected runnerup honors in the women's 400-meter hurdles to lead TCU on the opening day of the 115th running of the Penn Relays. Paul opened the day at Franklin Field clocking an NCAA regional qualifying and seasonal-best time of 58.86 seconds. The Georgia native, who posted the 18th-best time in the NCAA on Thursday, crossed the finish line first in heat No. 1 to earn runner-up honors in the event. Candis Kelley, a senior from College Station, led TCU in the women's shot put, tossing the shot 51 feet, 5 inches to earn third-place honors with an NCAA regional qualifying toss. Kelley's seasonal and personal-best toss is currently the 24th-best throw in the nation. The women's 4x100 unit of Whitney Gipson, Jessica Clarke, Paul and Jessica Young qualified for the championship final by collecting the sixth-fastest time overall. The quartet posted an NCAA regional qualifying time of 45.29 seconds to finish second overall in heat No. 1 to advance to the finals. In the championship division of the women's long jump, Neidra Covington soared 19 feet, 8 ¾ inches to place fifth overall with an NCAA regional qualifying leap. In the college division, Gipson soared 19 feet, 7 ½ inches to record a third-place finish.

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PHILADELPHIA - TCU recorded four regional qualifying marks in front of 39,501 spectators at the 115th running of the Penn Relays.

The men's sprint medley team of Mychal Dungey, Otis McDaniel, Matthew Love and Sean Zurko closed the night at Franklin Field winning their heat to finish sixth overall in the Championship of America finals with a time of 3:20.67 seconds. Earlier in the day, Clemore Henry, Dell Guy, Zurko and Love qualified for Saturday's Championship of America final in the men's 4x400 by earning third-place honors in heat No. 1 with an NCAA regional qualifying time of 3:08.29 seconds. The Flyin' Frogs, who won the 2008 edition of the 4x400, recorded the eighth-best time overall to qualify for the finals. In the finals of the 4x100 Women's Championship of America, Whitney Gipson, Jessica Clarke, Kishelle Paul and Jessica Young crossed the finish line in 44.90 seconds to place sixth overall with an NCAA regional qualifying time. Mark Barnes, McDaniel, Guy and Dungey came back later in the day to record a time of 1:24.40 seconds in the prelims of the men's 4x200. The quartet collected 10th-place honors by finishing fourth in heat No. 4.

PHILADELPHIA - The women's 4x400 earned runnerup honors in the Championship of America final to lead TCU in front of 47,904 spectators on the final day of competition at the 115th running of the Penn Relays. The unit, which consisted of Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Hayley Shade and Jessica Young collected second-place honors with a NCAA regional qualifying time of 3:33.63 seconds at Franklin Field. The secondplace finish was the highest finish ever posted in the Women's Championship of America final in program history. "It was a long weekend in which we made a lot of finals," said head coach Darryl Anderson. "We ran a bunch of relays, so we got a lot of good work in. I thought we ended the meet on a good note with both 4x400 relays doing well. This is a good place for us to be right now because we are getting better. On the men's side, the quartet of Clemore Henry, Dell Guy, Jordan Pitts and Matthew Love crossed the finish line with a seasonal-best time of 3:04.87 to earn fifthplace honors in the championship finals. The unit's regional qualifying time is currently ranked No. 7 in the NCAA and No. 15 in the world standings. In a field that featured six of the nation's top-20 sprinters, Young clocked an NCAA regional qualifying time of 11.46 seconds to cross the finish line in fifth-place in the finals of the 100 meters at Franklin Field.

DENTON, Texas - Louis Tijerina clocked a personal-best time to win the men's 3,000 meters at the Mean Green Twilight Invitational. "Louie ran really well for us tonight. He was consistent and had a smart race," said distance coach Shawn Winget. "I thought overall we had a very good day and everyone competed hard." Tijerina, a freshman from Brownsville, crossed the finish line in first-place with a personal and seasonal-best time of 8:47.62 seconds. The first-place performance was Tijerina's first event-title as a Horned Frog in the 3,000 meters. Jacob Womeldorf followed in seventh-place on Thursday night at Fouts Field. On the women's side, Ashley Millerick and Shannon Andrew led the TCU attack, finishing the 3,000 meters in second and third-place, respectively. Freshman Julie Mayfield followed in fifth, while Amanda Foust garnered seventh-place honors in Denton.

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AUSTIN, Texas - TCU closed out its regular season recording six NCAA regional qualifying marks at the Texas Invitational. Earning NCAA regional qualifying marks were Dell Guy (200 Meters), Tommy Killen (Discus), Otis McDaniel (200 Meters), Andon Mitchell (100 Meters) and Justyn Warner (100 Meters). On the women's side, Whitney Gipson posted her first NCAA regional qualifying mark in the triple jump. Killen, a junior from New Iberia, La., claimed the men's discus title with a seasonal-best and NCAA regional qualifying mark of 180 feet, 11 inches in Austin. Mitchell led the Flyin' Frogs in the 100 meters, clocking a seasonal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 10.49 seconds to place 15th overall. In the men's 200, Guy blazed to a seasonal-best time of 21.32 seconds to cross the finish line in 18th-place. Marcus Cannon led TCU in the men's shot put, finishing third overall with a personal-best throw of 54 feet, 4 inches, while Killen followed in fifth-place on Saturday. In the women's triple jump, Gipson soared 40 feet, 7 ž inches to claim sixth-place honors with a personal-best leap and her first NCAA regional qualifying mark this spring.

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LARAMIE, Wyo. - Meaghan Peoples participated in four events to move into third overall in the heptathlon with 2,897 points on the first day of competition at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships. The senior was the lone Frog in competition at the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex.

LARAMIE, Wyo. - Meaghan Peoples crushed her previous school record in the women's heptathlon to collect runner-up honors with an NCAA provisional mark of 5,060 points at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships.

"Meaghan had a pretty solid first day today in some windy conditions," said assistant coach Jeff Petersmeyer. "She just needs to come back tomorrow and do the best she can."

Peoples competed in three different events on Thursday, which included the long jump, javelin and the women's 800 meters. A native of Weatherford, Texas, Peoples won the 800-meter run for the third-consecutive year with a time of 2:14.68.

Peoples, a native of Weatherford, Texas, competed in four events, which included the 100-meter hurdles, high jump, shot put and 200-meter dash. The senior placed third overall in the 100-meter hurdles and 200 meters, respectively.

"It means a lot to me to come out today and get second-place," said Peoples. "I had a really good day today, probably my best day ever. This is my last time to compete at the championships and I am really pleased to come out and qualify for regionals."

Amy Menlove of BYU goes into the final day of the heptathlon with the lead with 3,195 points.

By earning second-place honors, Peoples became the first student-athlete in TCU history to finish the heptathlon in second-place at a conference championship meet. The senior's personal-best mark was also the most points ever recorded by a Flyin' Frog in the heptathlon at a conference meet. "Meaghan Peoples had a phenomenal day today in the heptathlon," said head coach Darryl Anderson. "She smashed her school record and broke the 5,000 point barrier, which was a great way for her to close out her MWC career."

LARAMIE, Wyo. - Tommy Killen captured the 2009 Mountain West Conference discus title to lead TCU on the third day of the MWC Outdoor Championships. By winning the event-title, Killen, a junior from Louisiana, became the first Horned Frog in program history to claim first-place honors in the men's discus at a conference championship. Overall, Killen tossed the discus 179 feet, 2 inches, which is an NCAA regional qualifying mark, to claim first-place honors at the Louis S. Madrid Sports Complex. His toss was nearly three feet further than BYU junior Daniel Lawson, who claimed second-place honors. On the women's side, Stormy Harrison crushed the regional qualifying mark in the discus to finish fifth overall with a seasonal-best throw of 157 feet, 10 inches. "This feels great. A lot of work went into this and it is a great reward to be able to come out here and win a conference title," said Killen. "Overall, this has been a long time coming and I am very pleased." On the day, TCU recorded 14 NCAA regional qualifying marks and qualified 17 different student-athletes for Saturday's finals. The Flyin' Frog women currently sit in seventh-place with 20 points, while the men are sixth with 16 points going into the final day of competition.

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LARAMIE, Wyo. - Jessica Young had a banner day, claiming the top-preliminary times in both the 100 and 200 meters. In the 100 meters, Young clocked a personal-best time of 11.23 seconds to claim first-place overall with the sixth-fastest time in the NCAA in 2009. The junior's wind-aided time is the fourth-fastest time ever recorded in program history. She came back later in the day to cross the finish line in first-place in the 200 with a blazing NCAA regional qualifying time of 23.68 seconds, which set a new complex record. Senior Andon Mitchell led TCU on the men's side in the 100 meters, recording a seasonal-best time of 10.42 seconds to qualify for Saturday's final with the second-fastest time in the event. Fellow senior Justyn Warner followed in third-place with a seasonal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 10.45 seconds, while Otis McDaniel posted a seasonal-best time of 10.46 seconds to finish in fourth-place overall. Finally, Mark Barnes and Mychal Dungey rounded out the TCU qualifiers. In the 200 meters, Dungey posted a regional qualifying time of 21.07 seconds to finish with the second-fastest time in the event. Kishelle Paul, a senior from Georgia, qualified for the finals on Friday in the 100-meter hurdles by clocking a personal-best and new complex record time of 13.59 seconds.

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Paul's time, which is the second-fastest time ever recorded in Flyin' Frog history, is an NCAA regional qualifying mark and was the top-preliminary time in the event on Friday. In the 400-meter hurdles, Meaghan Peoples, who finished second overall in the heptathlon on Thursday, clocked a personal-best and regional qualifying time of 1:00.12 seconds to finish second overall, while Meaghan Ryan advanced to the finals with the fourth-fastest time in preliminary action. Overall, Peoples' regional qualifying time broke the previous complex record and is the fourth-fastest time ever recorded in program history. On the men's side, sophomore Jordan Pitts qualified for Saturday's final with the top-preliminary time in the 110-meter hurdles. Pitts also advanced in the 400meter hurdles with the eighth-fastest time in preliminary competition.

Other highlights on the day included Sean Zurko clocking the fastest-preliminary time in the 800 meters to advance, while Jack O'Brien qualified for the finals with the sixth-fastest time on Friday. Neidra Covington led TCU in the women's long jump with a regional qualifying leap of 20 feet, 1/4 inches to place fourth overall. Richard Knotts led the Flyin' Frogs on the men's side with a fourth-place finish.

LARAMIE, Wyo. - TCU posted 23 NCAA regional qualifying marks, won 10 of 28 events and set seven new complex records to conclude action at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Championships. The TCU men, who entered the day with only 16 points, finished in second-place with 139 points, while the Flyin' Frog women also collected runner-up honors with 125 points. BYU won both the men and women's titles with 214 and 190 points, respectively. In the men's 100 meters, the Flyin' Frogs simply dominated the final round, claiming the top-five spots with three of the nations top-15 times. Senior Andon Mitchell captured the event-title with a personal-best and NCAA regional qualifying time of 10.26 seconds, just clipping fellow senior Otis McDaniel at the line, who also clocked a seasonal-best and regional qualifying time of 10.26 seconds. Mitchell and McDaniel's times are currently tied for No. 9 in the NCAA. Justyn Warner and Mark Barnes followed in third and fourthplace with regional qualifying times of 10.27 and 10.38 seconds, respectively. Finally, Mychal Dungey, a sophomore from Austin, crossed the finish line in fifth-place with an NCAA regional qualifying and seasonal-best time of 10.39 seconds.

On the women's side, junior Jessica Young continued her domination on the track, breezing past the competition in the 100 meters with a complex record and NCAA regional qualifying time of 11.25 seconds. The junior from South Carolina also won the 200 meters with a personal-best time of 23.17 seconds. With the victory, Young broke the previous complex record, posted the 10th-best mark in the nation and clocked the seventh-fastest time in program history. Jessica Clarke earned third-place honors in the event with a seasonal-best and regional qualifying time of 23.58 seconds. Dungey came back later in the day to capture the 200 meters crown with a personal-best and regional qualifying time of 20.67 seconds. The sophomore's time, which set a new Louis S. Madrid Complex record, is currently the 11thfastest time in the nation and the fifth-fastest time in the Midwest Region for 2009. Senior Kishelle Paul closed out her MWC career capturing the conference crown in the 100-meter hurdles with a personal-best and regional qualifying time of 13.38 seconds. Paul, who captured her third 100-meter hurdle title in Laramie, crossed the finish line with the No. 20 time in the NCAA. On the men's side, Jordan Pitts was also victorious for the second-consecutive season in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 14.44 seconds.

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For the second-consecutive year, sophomore Stormy Harrison crushed the women's shot put field, claiming the event-title with a new complex and seasonal-best throw of 52 feet, 6 ¾ inches. Harrison's personal-best throw was a regional qualifying mark and the secondbest throw in program history. It also currently sits as the 19th-best toss in the NCAA and the fifth-best throw in the Midwest Region. Senior Candis Kelley closed out her MWC career finishing fourth overall with a regional qualifying toss of 48 feet, 3 ¼ inches. On the men's side, Marcus Cannon led TCU with a secondplace performance. Cannon tossed the shot put 54 feet, 10 ¼ inches, which just missed a regional qualifying mark. Both of the Flyin' Frogs 4x100's were victorious with the men's 4x100 claiming first-place honors for the fourth-consecutive year with a seasonal-best and new track record time of 39.42 seconds. The unit, which consisted of Warner, McDaniel, Dungey and Mitchell, clocked the eighth-fastest time in the NCAA and the No. 3 ranked time in the Midwest Region in Wyoming. The women's 4x100 quartet of Whitney Gipson, Clarke, Kristal Juarez and Young also set a new Louis S. Madrid complex record on Saturday with a regional qualifying time of 44.66 seconds. The men's 4x400 closed out the championships winning the event-title with a regional qualifying time of 3:08.18 seconds, while the women's 4x400 recorded runner-up honors.

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Other highlights on the day included, Clarke and Juarez finishing second and third overall in the women's 400 meters. Clarke earned runner-up honors with a seasonal-best time of 52.85 seconds. Juarez blazed to a personal-best time of 52.96 seconds to cross the finish line in third-place with the program's fourth-fastest time ever. Clarke's time currently sits as the ninth-fastest time in the nation, while Juarez recorded the No. 11 ranked time in the NCAA. Both student-athletes broke the previous complex record. On the men's side, Guy collected runner-up honors. "Kristal Juarez was probably the outstanding performer of the meet for us this weekend. She had a big personal-best today and really sets us up well to be able to make a long run the rest of the year in the mile relay," said Anderson.

In the 400-meter hurdles, Meaghan Peoples continued her outstanding week at the MWC Championships by posting her highest finish of her career in the event with a personal-best and regional qualifying time of 59.84 seconds to earn runner-up honors. Peoples, who posted the sixth-fastest time in the Midwest Region, broke the previous complex record. Meaghan Ryan followed in fifth-place with a personal-best time of 1:00.77 seconds, which just missed an NCAA regional qualifying mark.

FORT WORTH, Texas - After winning 10 of the 28 events on the final day of competition at the Mountain West Conference Outdoor Championships, the TCU track and field team was honored this week with the announcement of the league's Men's and Women's AllMWC Outdoor team. As announced by the league office, TCU had 20 student-athletes named to the Mountain West Conference Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field team. Following a second-place finish the men's team had 10 honorees, while the women's team also had 10 selections after earning runner-up honors. In total, TCU's men's team had all-conference selections in nine events, while the women's team had allconference selections in 10 different events. Headlining the Flyin' Frogs selections on the men's side was TCU senior Otis McDaniel, who made the squad three times. On the women's side, Jessica Clarke, Kristal Juarez and Jessica Young were honored three times, while Mychal Dungey, Dell Guy, Andon Mitchell, Jordan Pitts, Justyn Warner, Sean Zurko, Kishelle Paul and Meaghan Peoples were allconference selections in two events. Finally, earning recognition for a single event were Marcus Cannon, Tommy Killen, Clemore Henry, Neidra Covington, Stormy Harrison, Whitney Gipson, Hayley Shade and Meaghan Ryan.

NORMAN, Okla. - Freshman Whitney Gipson punched her ticket to the NCAA Championships in the women's long jump to lead TCU on the first day of competition at the NCAA Midwest Regional. Gipson soared to a fifth-place finish and automatically qualified for the 2009 NCAA Championships in Fayetteville, Ark. Gipson, who leaped 20 feet, 7 inches on her final jump to qualify for nationals, posted a personal-best leap and the second-best jump in program history at John Jacobs Field. Gipson, who came into the regional with the 11th-best leap in the Midwest Region, finished action ahead of five of the nations top-30 jumpers. In the relays, the Flyin' Frogs opened the day placing fourth overall in the prelims of the women's 4x100. On the men's side, Justyn Warner, Otis McDaniel, Mychal Dungey and Andon Mitchell also advanced to the 4x100 final by claiming first-place honors in heat No. 1 with a time of 39.69 seconds. Young came back later in the day to cross the finish line with the fourth-fastest time in preliminary competition in the 100 meters. The South Carolina native clocked a personal and seasonal-best time of 11.23 seconds to qualify for Saturday's final. In the 200 meters, Young blazed to a personal-best time of 23.16 seconds to win heat No. 3 and place third overall to advance to the finals.

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"Jessica Young did what she does today in running 11.23 in the 100 and 23.16 in the 200. She has an opportunity to do well in both of those events tomorrow," said Anderson. McDaniel led the Flyin' Frogs in the prelims of the men's 100 meters, crossing the finish line in 10.36 seconds to finish eighth overall and qualify for the finals. Mitchell just missed advancing, recording a time of 10.39 seconds to finish 10th overall. In the 200 meters, freshman Mark Barnes just missed qualifying for the finals, posting a personal-best time of 20.84 seconds to finish in ninth-place, while Dungey finished 13th overall in preliminary action on Friday night. In the women's 400 meters, Clarke and Juarez qualified for Saturday's final by recording times of 53.96 and 53.79 seconds, respectively. Clarke advanced to the finals by winning heat No. 2, while Juarez finished sixth overall in preliminary action. On the men's side, sophomore Matthew Love advanced to Saturday's final by recording a personal and seasonal-best time of 46.19 seconds to place seventh overall. Paul, a native of Georgia, recorded a seasonal-best time of 58.38 seconds to win heat No. 3. The defending Midwest Regional Champion posted the secondfastest preliminary time to advance to the finals.

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NORMAN, Okla. - Kishelle Paul claimed the regional championship in the women's 400-meter hurdles to lead the No. 25 ranked Flyin' Frog women to a fourthplace finish on the final day of the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional.

Earning automatic NCAA bids were the men and women's 4x100, the women's 4x400, Neidra Covington (triple jump), Jessica Young (100 and 200 meters), Kristal Juarez (400 meters), Otis McDaniel (100 meters) and Kishelle Paul (400-meter hurdles). As a team, the TCU women, who recorded their highest regional finish since collecting fourth-place honors in 2006, placed fourth overall with 55 points. The men closed competition in 17th-place with 15 points. "I thought we had a pretty good day today. Our women had an outstanding day in getting fourth in a very stacked region," said head coach Darryl Anderson. "For us to be able to come in here and bring home fourth on the women's side, it say's a lot about how far the kids have come as a team. Paul, a senior from Georgia, posted a seasonal-best time of 58.00 seconds to win her second-consecutive Midwest Regional title. By winning the event, the three-time All-American became the first TCU female student-athlete to win a regional in back-to-back years.

Covington, a St. Petersburg, Fla., native, collected runner-up honors in the triple jump by soaring to a seasonal and personal-best leap of 44 feet, 6 inches on her second attempt. By finishing second overall, Covington not only qualified for the 2009 NCAA Championships, but posted the Flyin' Frogs highest finish ever in the women's triple jump at the NCAA Midwest Regional. The two-time All-American's wind-aided jump, which would have blasted her previous school record, is currently the fifth-best jump in the NCAA. Young blazed to runner-up honors in the women's 100 meters, clocking a personal and seasonal-best time of 11.18 seconds. By collecting second-place honors, Young not only posted the second highest finish in TCU history in the women's 100 meters at the Midwest Regional, but also clocked the third-fastest time in program history. In the 200 meters, Young qualified for nationals by placing fourth overall with a time of 23.30 seconds. McDaniel led TCU on the men's side in the finals of the 100 meters, finishing fifth overall with a time of 10.39 seconds to qualify for nationals. Coming in with the No. 3 ranked time in the NCAA, the women's 4x400 unit consisting of Paul, Jessica Clarke, Juarez and Young advanced to nationals by clocking a seasonal-best time of 3:32.82 to finish in third-place in Norman. The unit's time is the third-fastest time in program history.

The women's 4x100 clocked a seasonal-best time of 44.10 seconds to finish third overall and automatically qualify for nationals. The unit, which consisted of Paul, Clarke, Juarez and Young clocked the 11th-fastest time in the nation at John Jacobs Field. Justyn Warner, McDaniel, Mychal Dungey and Andon Mitchell opened the day recording a time of 39.87 seconds to cross the finish line in third-place in the 4x100 and qualify for the NCAA Championships. In the 400 meters, Juarez qualified for her first NCAA Championships by placing fourth overall with a time of 53.33 seconds. Clarke will have to wait for an at-large selection as she crossed the finish line in sixth-place with a time of 53.83 seconds. In the women's shot put, sophomore Stormy Harrison tossed the shot 50 feet, 6 ž inches to place ninth overall. The sophomore could still receive an at-large selection into nationals.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - The Flyin' Frogs opened competition at the 2009 NCAA Championships advancing three individuals and the men's 4x100 at a rain soaked John McDonnell Field.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Junior Jessica Young earned runner-up honors in the women's 100 meters on Friday night to lead the Flyin' Frogs on the third day of the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - TCU concluded the 2009 NCAA Championships with Neidra Covington earning All-America honors in the women's triple jump at John McDonnell Field.

EUGENE, Ore. - Jessica Young clocked the 12thfastest time in the world to place seventh overall in the 100 meters at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

In the men's 4x100 semifinals, the Flyin' Frogs unit of Mark Barnes, Otis McDaniel, Mychal Dungey and Justyn Warner clocked a seasonal-best time of 39.41 seconds to finish fourth in their heat and ninth overall to advance to Friday's final round of action in Fayetteville.

Young, a junior from South Carolina, collected secondplace honors with a time of 11.22 seconds. The fourtime All-American was clipped at the line by Texas' Alexandria Anderson who clocked a winning-time of 11.20 seconds to win the event.

Covington, a junior from Florida, leaped 42 feet, 11 ¾ inches on her third attempt to collect eighth-place honors at John McDonnell Field. By placing eighth overall, Covington recorded her third All-America accolade of her career.

Young's second-place finish in the 100 ties Flyin' Frog great Beverly McDonald, who earned runner-up honors in the event in 1993 in Louisiana, for the highest finish ever by a TCU sprinter in the women's 100 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. By collecting runner-up honors,

As a team, the TCU women closed the meet in 35thplace with nine points, while the Flyin' Frog men ended nationals in 67th with one point. Texas A&M captured both the men and women's titles.

Young blazed to a personal-best time of 11.06 seconds to cross the finish line in seventh-place at Hayward Field. Her wind-aided time, which would have crushed the previous school record, was the fastest time recorded by a TCU female sprinter since 2006.

Jessica Young, a three-time All-American, opened the day recording a preliminary time of 11.21 seconds in the 100 meters to advance to the semifinals. The South Carolina native came back later to win her semifinal heat with a time of 11.38 seconds, which was the second-fastest semifinal time, to qualify for the 100meter finals. Senior Kishelle Paul advanced to the semifinals of the women's 400-meter hurdles by crossing the finish line in third-place in heat No. 4. Overall, Paul clocked a time of 58.01 seconds to record the 11th-fastest time in preliminary action.

In the men's 4x100, the Flyin' Frogs collected AllAmerica honors by clocking a time of 39.50 seconds. The quartet, which consisted of Mark Barnes, Otis McDaniel, Mychal Dungey and Justyn Warner, crossed the finish line in eighth-place at John McDonnell Field. Overall, the All-America honor for the men's 4x100 marked the third time under Anderson that a TCU men's 4x100 unit has received All-America status. McDaniel closed out his career as a four-time All-American, while Warner and Dungey posted their third All-America honors of their career.

Following a strong showing at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Championships, the Flyin' Frogs had three student-athletes and one relay named United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association AllAmericans.

In the semifinals, the four-time All-American placed fourth in heat No. 1 with a time of 11.06 to qualify for the finals. Young was later selected to the United States 4x100 relay pool for the 2009 IAAF World Championships in Berlin. By being selected to the pool, Young was recognized as one of the best United States sprinters. Freshman Whitney Gipson earned third-place honors in the women's long jump over the weekend at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Gipson, who collected All-America honors this spring in the long jump, finished third overall with a leap of 20 feet, 2 ¼ inches in the junior division of the women's long jump at Hayward Field.

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sr = TCU Record

pr = Personal Record

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P = Prelims

W= Wind Aided

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100 Meters NCAA Regional: 11.75 Mark Athlete 11.06 pr w Jessica Young

1600 Sprint Medley Relay NCAA Regional: N/A Mark Athlete 3:58.80 Shade, Clarke Miller, Wilkinson

5000 Meters NCAA Regional: 14:12.00 Mark Athlete 15:28.62 pr Louie Tijerina

Event (Date) TCU Invitational (4/18)

Place 3rd

3000 Meter Steeplechase NCAA Regional: 9:13.91 Mark Athlete 9:54.11 pr Louie Tijerina

Event (Date) TCU Invitational (4/18)

Place 1st

110-Meter Hurdles NCAA Regional: 14.30 Mark Athlete 14.21 # Jordan Pitts

Event (Date) Horned Frog Invitational (3/21)

Place 1st

400-Meter Hurdles NCAA Regional: 52.51 Mark Athlete 51.76 # pr Jordan Pitts

Event (Date) LSU Relays (3/28)

Place 1st

Event (Date) NCAA Championships (6/10)

Place 9th

Event (Date) LSU Relays (3/28)

Place 2nd

Event (Date) LSU Relays (3/27)

Place 1st

Event (Date) Penn Relays (4/25)

Place 5th

Event (Date) Texas Relays (4/3)

Place 3rd

Long Jump NCAA Regional: 7.34 Mark Athlete 7.21m pr Richard Knotts

Event (Date) LSU Relays (3/28)

Place 7th

Triple Jump NCAA Regional: 15.00 Mark Athlete 14.05m Thomas Ward

Event (Date) Horned Frog Invitational (3/21)

Place 4th

Shot Put NCAA Regional: 16.80 Mark Athlete 16.72m pr Marcus Cannon

Event (Date) MWC Championships (5/16)

Place 2nd

Discus NCAA Regional: 51.70 Mark Athlete 55.16m # Tommy Killen

Event (Date) Texas Invitational (5/2)

Place 1st

200 Meters NCAA Regional: 23.96 Mark Athlete 23.16 pr # p Jessica Young 400 Meters NCAA Regional: 54.61 Mark Athlete 52.85 # Jessica Clarke 800 Meters NCAA Regional: 2:09.80 Mark Athlete 2:15.51 Tiara Miller

Event (Date) USA Champs (6/26)

Event (Date) Midwest Regional (5/29)

Event (Date) MWC Championships (5/16)

Event (Date) Horned Frog Invitational (3/21)

Place 7th

Event (Date) LSU Relays (3/28)

Place 3rd

Place 3rd

Long Jump NCAA Regional: 6.00 Mark Athlete 6.27m # pr Whitney Gipson

Place 2nd

Triple Jump NCAA Regional: 12.32 Mark Athlete 13.56m p sr w Neidra Covington

Place 2nd

Shot Put NCAA Regional: 14.30 Mark Athlete 16.02m # pr Stormy Harrison

Event (Date) MWC Championships (5/15)

Place 5th

Event (Date) Midwest Regional (5/29)

Event (Date) Midwest Regional (5/30)

Event (Date) MWC Championships (5/16)

Place 5th

Place 2nd

Place 1st

1500 Meters NCAA Regional: 4:27.80 Mark Athlete 4:37.31 Tanja Ivandic

Event (Date) Texas Relays (4/4)

Place 8th

Discus NCAA Regional: 47.30 Mark Athlete 48.11m # Stormy Harrison

3000 Meters NCAA Regional: N/A Mark Athlete 10:13.58 Dani Selner

Event (Date) Horned Frog Invitational (3/21)

Place 1st

Javelin NCAA Regional: 43.45 Mark Athlete 36.44m Crystal Fenoglio

Event (Date) Horned Frog Invitational (3/21)

Place 1st

3000 Meter Steeplechase NCAA Regional: 10:50.25 Mark Athlete 11:48.27 pr Julie Mayfield

Event (Date) TCU Invitational (4/18)

Place 2nd

Heptathlon NCAA Regional: 5050 Mark Athlete 5,060 # pr sr Meaghan Peoples

Event (Date) MWC Championships (5/14)

Place 2nd

5000 Meters NCAA Regional: 16:52.00 Mark Athlete 17:49.10 pr Dani Selner

Event (Date) Texas Relays (4/1)

Place 7th

100 Meters NCAA Regional: 10.55 Mark Athlete 10.26 # pr Andon Mitchell

Event (Date) MWC Championships (5/16)

Place 1st

200 Meters NCAA Regional: 21.35 Mark Athlete 20.68 # pr Mychal Dungey

Event (Date) MWC Championships (5/16)

Place 1st

400 Meters NCAA Regional: 47.20 Mark Athlete 46.19 pr p Matt Love

Event (Date) Midwest Regional (5/29)

Place 7th

100-Meter Hurdles NCAA Regional: 13.92 Mark Athlete 13.38 # pr Kishelle Paul 400-Meter Hurdles NCAA Regional: 1:00.82 Mark Athlete 58.00 pr Kishelle Paul 400-Meter Relay NCAA Regional: 45.70 Mark Athlete 44.10 Paul, Clarke Juarez, Young 4x200 Meter Relay NCAA Regional: N/A Mark Athlete 1:36.76 Shade, Clarke Paul, Young 4x400 Meter Relay NCAA Regional: 3:42.00 Mark Athlete 3:32.82 Paul, Clarke Juarez, Young

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Event (Date) MWC Championships (5/16)

Event (Date) Midwest Regional (5/30)

Event (Date) Midwest Regional (5/30)

Place 1st

Place 1st

Place 3rd

Event (Date) LSU Relays (3/28)

Place 3rd

Event (Date) Midwest Regional (5/30)

Place 3rd

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800 Meters NCAA Regional: 1:50.40 Mark Athlete 1:49.87 # pr Sean Zurko 1500 Meters NCAA Regional: 3:47.80 Mark Athlete 3:58.70 pr Jeff Pels 3000 Meters NCAA Regional: N/A Mark Athlete 8:47.62 pr Louie Tijerina

Event (Date) LSU Relays (3/28)

Event (Date) Texas Relays (4/3)

Event (Date) Mean Green Twilight (4/30)

Place 2nd

Place 6th

Place 1st

400-Meter Relay NCAA Regional: 40.66 Mark Athlete 39.41 p Barnes, McDaniel Dungey, Warner 4x200 Relay NCAA Regional: N/A Mark Athlete 1:23.66 Guy, Barnes Love, Dungey 4x800 Relay NCAA Regional: N/A Mark Athlete 7:39.19 Pels, OʼBrien Hill, Zurko 4x400 Meter Relay NCAA Regional: 3:10.00 Mark Athlete 3:04.87 # Henry, Guy Pitts, Love 1600 Sprint Medley Relay NCAA Regional: N/A Mark Athlete 3:19.50 Henry, Dungey Renfro, Zurko

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2009 Outdoor

SEASON AWARDS 2009 NCAA REGIONAL MARKS

MWC CHAMPIONS

2009 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS BREAKDOWN

2009 OUTDOOR SCHEDULE

Men

Men Andon Mitchell (100 meters) Mychal Dungey (200 meters) Tommy Killen (discus) Jordan Pitts (100-meter hurdles) TCU 4x100 Relay TCU 4x400 Relay

Individual Men

Outdoor Season Date Meet M. 21 Horned Frog Inv. M. 27-28 LSU Relays A. 1-4 Texas Relays A. 9 Texas Tech Inv. A. 17-18 TCU Invitational A. 23-25 Penn Relays M. 1-2 Houston Inv. M. 13-16 MWC Outdoor Champ. M. 29-30 Midwest Regional J. 10-13 NCAA Outdoor Champ.

Mark Barnes (100 and 200 meters) Mychal Dungey (100 and 200 meters) Tommy Killen (discus) Dell Guy (200 meters) Matt Love (400 meters) Andon Mitchell (100 meters) Otis McDaniel (100 and 200 meters) Jordan Pitts (110-meter hurdles & 400-meter hurdles) Sean Zurko (800 meters) Justyn Warner (100 meters) Men's 4x100 and 4x400 Women Jessica Young (100, 200 meters & 400 meters) Jessica Clarke (200 & 400 meters) Kristal Juarez (400 meters) Candis Kelley (shot put) Stormy Harrison (shot put, discus) Neidra Covington (triple jump & long jump) Kishelle Paul (100-meter hurdles & 400-meter hurdles) Meaghan Peoples (400-meter hurdles, heptathlon) Whitney Gipson (long jump and triple jump) Women's 4x100 and 4x400

2009 HONORS MWC Athlete of the Week Jessica Young Kishelle Paul Mychal Dungey NCAA Public Recognition Award Menʼs Cross Country MWC 10th Anniversary Team Virgil Hodge Jonathan Jackson

Women Stormy Harrison (shot put) Kishelle Paul (110-meter hurdles) Jessica Young (100 & 200 meters) TCU 4x100 Relay

MIDWEST REGIONAL CHAMPIONS Women Kishelle Paul (400-meter hurdles)

MEN'S ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM

Marcus Cannon, Shot Put Mychal Dungey, 200 meters Dell Guy, 400 meters Thomas Killen, Discus Otis McDaniel, 100 meters; 200 meters Andon Mitchell, 100 meters Jordan Pitts, 110-meter hurdles Justyn Warner, 100 meters Sean Zurko, 800 meters TCU 4x100 Relay TCU 4x400 Relay

WOMEN'S ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM

Jessica Clarke, 200 meters; 400 meters Neidra Covington, Triple Jump Stormy Harrison, Shot Put Kristal Juarez, 400 meters Kishelle Paul, 100-meter hurdles Meaghan Peoples, Heptathlon; 400-meter hurdles Jessica Young, 100 meters; 200 meters TCU 4x100 Relay TCU 4x400 Relay

Otis McDaniel 100 meters Andon Mitchell 100 meters Relays Men's 4x100 Menʼs 4x400 Individual Women Jessica Young 100 meters Jessica Clarke 400 meters Kristal Juarez 400 meters Stormy Harrison shot put Neidra Covington triple jump Kishelle Paul 400-meter hurdles Whitney Gipson long jump Relays Womenʼs 4x400

NCAA ALL-AMERICANS

Jessica Young (100 Meters) Menʼs 4x100 Neidra Covington (Triple Jump) Whitney Gipson (Long Jump)

Location Fort Worth, Texas Baton Rouge, La. Austin, Texas Lubbock, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Philadelphia, Pa. Houston, Texas Laramie, Wyo. Norman, Okla. Fayetteville, Ark.

MWC STANDINGS Men

1 BYU 2 TCU 3 New Mexico 4 Air Force 5 Colorado St. 6 Wyoming Women

1 BYU 2 TCU 3 Colorado St. 4 San Diego St. 5 Utah 6 New Mexico 7 Air Force 8 UNLV 9 Wyoming

214 139 135 124 110 84 190 125 95.5 87.5 76 75.5 62 53 49.5

NCAA STANDINGS

Men - 67th (1 point) Women - 35th (Nine Points)

TCU OUTDOOR RECORDS SET IN 2009 Meaghan Peoples (Heptathlon)

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SEASON RECAP

FORT WORTH, Texas - The hard work in the classroom by the 2008 TCU women's cross country program was recognized by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) as the organization named the squad a 2008 NCAA Division I Women's All-Academic Team.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Based on their most recent multi-year Academic Progress Rates, the TCU men's cross country and women's tennis teams have earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards. These awards are given each year to teams scoring in the top 10 percent in each sport with their APRs.

TCU, who made the list with a 3.310 GPA, recently had 12 cross country student-athletes make the 2008 Fall Academic All-MWC Team.

The APR provides a real-time look at a team's academic success each semester or quarter by tracking the academic progress of each student-athlete. The APR includes eligibility, retention, and graduation in the calculation and provides a clear picture of the academic culture in each sport.

For a team to be considered for the USTFCCCA AllAcademic Team award, they must have competed and compiled a team score at an NCAA Regional Meet. The team must also have a minimum 3.00 team cumulative grade point average.

High-performing teams receiving public recognition awards this year posted APR scores ranging from 976 to a perfect 1,000, said NCAA President Myles Brand. "The vast majority of sports teams are performing very well academically and exceeding the 925 threshold for their APR scores," Brand said. "Nearly 800 of these teams are worthy of special attention, and I commend them for their excellence in academics and athletics." A total of 205 institutions, out of 331 Division I colleges and universities, placed at least one team on the top APR list. TCU's cross country team was the only Mountain West Conference representative from that sport, while the Frogs' joined UNLV and New Mexico as women's tennis honorees.

FORT WORTH, Texas - Jeff Pels led a group of three Horned Frogs that finished in the top five, as the TCU men's cross country team took home first-place honors at the first annual TCU Cross Country Season Opener. The men's squad totaled 37 points, while the Frog women scored 42 points for a second-place team finish at Trinity River. Pels finished second overall, posting a time of 21:07.00 to earn his highest finish of his collegiate career. He was followed by sophomore Louis Tijerina who clocked a time of 21:19.00 to finish in third-place in the four-mile race. Douglas Moore, a freshman from Hinsdale, Ill., closed out the Frogs top five finishers, placing fifth with a time of 21:24.00. Ryan Dalrymple and Eric Senseman crossed the finish line in 11th and 16th overall, respectively, while freshman Richard Borchardt finished in 17th-place.

FORT WORTH, Texas - The TCU men and women's cross country team enters this weekend ranked in the top-10 of the South Central Region by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. The TCU women are currently ranked No. 8 in the South Central Region, while the men open at No. 9. Both rankings are the highest preseason ranking for the Horned Frogs under distance coach Shawn Winget. By capturing the team title at the season opening TCU Cross Country Season Opener, the Purple and White men brought home first-place honors for the first time under distance coach Shawn Winget. Junior Jeff Pels also made a little history in Fort Worth two weeks ago. Pels, a Coppell native, placed second overall, which marked the highest finish of his career in a TCU uniform.

Tricia Terry, a freshman from McAllen, was the top finisher among the TCU contingent in the women's twomile. She placed third overall with a time of 11:37.00, just ahead of fellow freshman Katie Dalton who recorded a time of 11:45.00 for a fifth-place showing.

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DENTON, Texas - The regionally ranked TCU men's and women's cross country teams finished second and third overall, respectively, at the Ken Garland Invitational. The men's squad totaled 54 points for runner-up honors, while the Horned Frog women claimed third-place with a total of 73 points at the Eagle Point Cross Country Course. North Texas took home the men's teamtitle with a score of 51 points, while SMU captured the women's title with 33 points. "I think we were a little bit tired on both sides today," said distance coach Shawn Winget. "Overall, I thought we ran well and are making some improvement, but we still have a long ways to go.� Louis Tijerina, a sophomore from Brownsville, clocked a personal-best time of 26:37.00 to cross the finish line in fourth-place in the men's 8K. Junior Jeff Pels followed in eighth with a seasonal-best time of 27:04.00. Freshman Douglas Moore had a solid day in Denton, finishing 13th overall out of 40 runners. On the women's side, Tricia Terry, a freshman from McAllen, paced the Frog attack, recording a seasonal and personal-best time of 18:41.00 to earn a seventhplace finish. Terry's time is the ninth-best 5K time in the MWC in 2009.

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FORT WORTH, Texas - The TCU cross country program will continue its 2009 season at the historic 73rd running of the Cowboy Jamboree in Stillwater, Okla.

"This will be our first meet with some different competition, so we are excited to travel and run against them," said distance coach Shawn Winget. "We want to leave Stillwater a better team. We are getting over some injuries and sickness, so hopefully we will be rested and ready to get after it this weekend." Nationally ranked teams competing this weekend on the men's side are No. 2 Oklahoma State, No. 5 Northern Arizona and No. 11 Tulsa, while several other regionally ranked programs will also be in competition at Oklahoma State. On the women's side, No. 27 Rice, No. 30 Texas Tech and many others will take to the field on Saturday morning. The TCU men and women's cross country team enters this weekend ranked in the top-15 of the South Central Region by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. The TCU women remained ranked No. 8 in the South Central Region, while the men dropped to No. 15.

STILLWATER, Okla. - In a field that featured several nationally ranked programs, the TCU men's and women's cross country teams finished 23rd and 15th overall, respectively, at the 73rd running of the Cowboy Jamboree. "We struggled a little bit today with a very tough course," said distance coach Shawn Winget. "I thought we had some bright spots, but we need to do a better job of being mentally prepared. We have a lot of work to do before we head to Fayetteville in a couple of weeks." Freshman Agnes Kemboi led the TCU women in the 5K race, crossing the finish line in 42nd-place in her first collegiate outing, while fellow freshman Katie Dalton followed in 99th out of 211 competitors at the OSU Cross Country Course. Tanja Ivandic and Kelly Dawson closed out the competition in 113th and 120th overall, respectively. On the men's side, Louis Tijerina, a Brownsville native, finished 140th overall out of 245 competitors with a personal-best time. Junior Jeff Pels followed in 154thplace. Northern Arizona captured the men's team-title, while Texas Tech captured the women's title.

FORT WORTH, Texas - The TCU men's and women's cross country programs will close regular season action at the Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, Ark. The festival, which is in its 21st year, will host approximately 3,500 runners and over 4,000 spectators at the University of Arkansas Cross Country Course. Overall, the festival features an amateur, collegiate, high school and junior high division. Collegiate teams competing this weekend include Arkansas, Baylor, BYU, Kansas State, LSU, Missouri, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU, Texas Tech, Utah, Wyoming and several others. "We are hoping to have everybody healthy this weekend," said distance coach Shawn Winget. "It's our last meet before the MWC, so we have to get after it. This weekend is our first 10k and 6k, so it will be a new experience for the freshmen." The TCU women's cross country team enters this weekend ranked in the top 15 of the South Central Region by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. The TCU women are currently ranked No. 10 in the South Central Region. Overall, the Purple and White have been ranked in the regional top 10 for threestraight weeks.

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - The TCU women's cross country team finished 12th overall out of 34 teams at the 21st running of the Chile Pepper Festival. Overall, the women's team totaled 388 points to finish ahead of LSU, McNeese State, Mississippi State, Utah, Wyoming and several others. On the men's side, the Frogs posted 709 points for a 26th-place showing on Saturday. "The girls did very well today. They had a good day overall and I am pleased with their effort," said distance coach Shawn Winget. "We had some improvement with our men, but we really missed Jeff Pels today. Both teams are moving in the right direction heading into the conference meet in a couple of weeks. We just need to get everybody back and continue to improve." Freshman Agnes Kemboi had a solid day at the Arkansas Cross Country Course, clocking a personal and seasonal-best time of 22:21.55 to finish 48th overall. Kemboi's 6K time is currently the eighth-fastest time in the Mountain West Conference this fall. Fellow freshman Katie Dalton and sophomore Kelly Dawson followed in 76th and 77th-place, respectively. Tanja Ivandic, a junior from Fort Worth, crossed the finish line in 83rd-place out of 267 competitors on Saturday.

SEASON RECAP

FORT WORTH, Texas - The TCU cross country program heads to Orem, Utah, this weekend for the 2009 Mountain West Conference Cross Country Championships.

Agnes Kemboi, a Kenya native, has made a name for herself in her two outings this season, placing first overall amongst Horned Frog runners at the Cowboy Jamboree and Chile Pepper Festival, respectively.

"We really want to finish in the top 5," said distance coach Shawn Winget. "We have made some big improvements the last couple of meets, so we will see what we are able to do this weekend."

In the women's 6K, Kemboi has clocked a personalbest time of 22:21.55 to place 48th overall at the Chile Pepper Festival. The freshman currently ranks No. 20 overall in the Mountain West Conference in the women's 6K.

Entering this weekend, the TCU women have been paced by newcomers Tricia Terry and Agnes Kemboi. Behind Terry and Kemboi, fellow freshman Katie Dalton has finished second amongst Frog runners during the four meets. On the men's side, Louis Tijerina and Jeff Pels have led the TCU attack, while freshmen Douglas Moore and Dave Emerson have followed in third and fourthplace, respectively, in the last couple of outings.

OREM, Utah - Agnes Kemboi finished 16th overall to lead TCU at the 2009 Mountain West Conference Championships. Kemboi, a freshman from Kenya, crossed the finish line in 22:25.7 at the Cascade Golf Course to earn the highest finish on the women's side since 2006. BYU's Cecily Lemmon captured the event-title with a time of 20:47.4. "We did some good things today," said distance coach Shawn Winget. "I am pleased with the women's performance, we just missed finishing in the top 6, but we still have a long ways to go as well. We just have to continue to get better on both sides and continue to work. I thought Louie did a decent job today for us for the men." Freshman Katie Dalton and junior Tanja Ivandic followed in 40th and 41st-place overall, respectively.

Entering postseason, the TCU women have been paced by newcomers Tricia Terry and Agnes Kemboi.

On the men's side, Louis Tijerina posted a time of 26:45.1 to finish in 36th-place.

On the men's side, Louis Tijerina and Jeff Pels have led the TCU attack, while freshmen Douglas Moore and Dave Emerson have followed in either third or fourth-place, respectively, in the last two outings.

Overall, the TCU women, who just missed finishing in the top 6, recorded a seventh-place finish in the team standings with 196 points. The Horned Frog men closed the day in sixth-place with 186 points. New Mexico claimed both the men's and women's championship.

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2-Mile (Women) Mark Athlete 11:37 pr Tricia Terry 11:45 pr Katie Dalton 12:12 Tanja Ivandic 12:14 Julie Mayfield 12:21 Kelly Dawson 12:36 Amber Carlisle 13:20 Lilian Chevalier

Event TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener

Place 3rd 5th 10th 11th 13th 19th 27th

5K (Women) Mark 18:22.60 pr 18:41.00 pr 18:55.00 pr 19:03.00 19:10.60 19:16.00 19:20.30 19:30.10 19:45.00 19:52.10 20:31.90 20:54.00 21:01.60

Athlete Agnes Kemboi Tricia Terry Katie Dalton Kelly Dawson Katie Dalton Julie Mayfield Tanja Ivandic Kelly Dawson Tanja Ivandic Julie Mayfield Amber Carlisle Lilian Chevalier Lilian Chevalier

Event Cowboy Jamboree Ken Garland Invitational Ken Garland Invitational Ken Garland Invitational Cowboy Jamboree Ken Garland Invitational Cowboy Jamboree Cowboy Jamboree Ken Garland Invitational Cowboy Jamboree Cowboy Jamboree Ken Garland Invitational Cowboy Jamboree

Place 42nd 7th 12th 14th 99th 19th 113th 120th 27th 138th 165th 36th 178th

6K (Women) Mark 22:21.55 pr 22:25.7 22:52.88 pr 22:53.10 22:59.38 23:35.1 23:43.8 24:02.86 24:08.94 24:34.0 24:39.3 24:51.6 26:12.22 pr 26:40.0

Athlete Agnes Kemboi Agnes Kemboi Katie Dalton Kelly Dawson Tanja Ivandic Katie Dalton Tanja Ivandic Amber Carlisle Julie Mayfield Kelly Dawson Amber Carlisle Julie Mayfield Lilian Chevalier Lilian Chevalier

Event Chile Pepper Festival MWC Championships Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival MWC Championships MWC Championships Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival MWC Championships MWC Championships MWC Championships Chile Pepper Festival MWC Championships

Place 48th 16th 76th 77th 83rd 40th 41st 168th 174th 57th 59th 62nd 230th 70th

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4-Mile (Men) Mark 21:07 21:19 21:24 pr 22:01 23:11 23:32

Athlete Jeff Pels Louie Tijerina Doug Moore Ryan Dalrymple Eric Senseman Richard Borchardt

Event TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener TCU Season Opener

Place 2nd 3rd 5th 11th 16th 17th

8K (Men) Mark 26:37.00 pr 26:45.1 26:42.10 26:53.60 pr 27:04.00 27:30.50 pr 27:34.00 27:40.70 pr 27:41.8 27:45.00 27:47.20 pr 27:54.6 27:58.00 27:59.6 28:23.00 pr 28:23.80 28:31.00 28:33.50 28:37.9 28:43.50 29:07.00 29:37.00

Athlete Louie Tijerina Louie Tijerina Louie Tijerina Jeff Pels Jeff Pels Doug Moore Doug Moore Dave Emerson Dave Emerson Doug Moore Ryan Dalrymple Holden Hollingsworth Ryan Dalrymple Ryan Dalrymple Holden Hollingsworth Tim Wang Tim Wang Holden Hollingsworth Tim Wang Richard Borchardt Dave Emerson Richard Borchardt

Event Ken Garland Invitational MWC Championships Cowboy Jamboree Cowboy Jamboree Ken Garland Invitational Cowboy Jamboree MWC Championships Cowboy Jamboree MWC Championships Ken Garland Invitational Cowboy Jamboree MWC Championships Ken Garland Invitational MWC Championships Ken Garland Invitational Cowboy Jamboree Ken Garland Invitational Cowboy Jamboree MWC Championships Cowboy Jamboree Ken Garland Invitational Ken Garland Invitational

Place 4th 36th 140th 154th 8th 186th 43rd 199th 44th 13th 204th 46th 18th 47th 20th 220th 21st 224th 48th 228th 23rd 25th

10K (Men) Mark 32:50.49 pr 33:35.63 pr 34:00.02 pr 34:06.16 pr 34:07.97 pr 34:37.22 pr 35:43.78 pr

Athlete Louie Tijerina Dave Emerson Doug Moore Ryan Dalrymple Holden Hollingsworth Tim Wang Richard Borchardt

Event Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival Chile Pepper Festival

Place 134th 166th 181st 187th 188th 207th 219th

2009 MEN’S SCHEDULE Date Event 09/05/09 TCU Cross Country Opener 09/19/09 Ken Garland Invitational 10/03/09 Cowboy Jamboree 10/17/09 Chile Pepper Festival 10/31/09 MWC Championships

Location Fort Worth, Texas Denton, Texas Stillwater, Okla. Fayetteville, Ark. Ogden, Utah

Result 1st 2nd 23rd 26th 6th

2009 WOMEN’S SCHEDULE Date Event 09/05/09 TCU Cross Country Opener 09/19/09 Ken Garland Invitational 10/03/09 Cowboy Jamboree 10/17/09 Chile Pepper Festival 10/31/09 MWC Championships

Location Fort Worth, Texas Denton, Texas Stillwater, Okla. Fayetteville, Ark. Ogden, Utah

Result 2nd 3rd 15th 12th 7th

2009 HONORS Team Menʼs Cross Country Womenʼs Cross Country

Honor NCAA Public Recognition Award NCAA Division I Women's All-Academic

SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL YEAR HIGHS Team Menʼs Cross Country Womenʼs Cross Country

Year High No. 9 No. 8

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Men 1. University of New Mexico 2. Brigham Young University 3. US Air Force Academy 4. Colorado State 5. Wyoming 6. Texas Christian University

29 34 72 118 132 186

Women 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

24 45 64 124 165 195 196 207 210

University of New Mexico Brigham Young University Colorado State US Air Force Academy Wyoming Utah Texas Christian University San Diego State University UNLV)

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COMPLEX RECORDS Running Events EVENT 100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1500 Meters 5000 Meters 110 Meter Hurdles 400 Meter Hurdles 3000m Steeplechase

Running Events

ATHLETE Steve Mullings Steve Mullings Jerry Harris Jackson Langat Kip Kangogo Nicodemus Naimadu Marlon Odom Isa Phillips David Chirchir

SCHOOL Barton County Barton County TCU TCU TCU Abilene Christian Texas Tech South Plains C.C. Unattached

TIME 9.96 19.90 45.57 1:48.45 3:44.14 14:13.54 13.50 50.25 9:07.84

YEAR 2004 2004 2004 2003 2005 2007 2007 2005 2006

ATHLETE Mark Simmons Janus Roberts Latrell Frederick Libor Chartfreitag Miguel Pate LaMark Carter Mustapha Raifak Adam Keul

SCHOOL SMU SMU Northwestern State SMU Alabama Unattached Unattached Stephen F. Austin

MARK 190-10 66-08.75 241-01 241-01 27-10.00 55-07.50 7-02.50 17-08.50

METRIC YEAR 58.18m 2000 20.34m 2000 73.49m 2001 73.49m 2000 8.48m 2001 16.95m 2004 2.20m 2005 5.40m 2002

SCHOOL TCU Texas Tech

TIME 38.76 3:04.83

Field Events EVENT Discus Shot Put Javelin Hammer Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault

YEAR 2000 2005

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SCHOOL TCU TCU Texas Tech Mississippi State South Plains TCU South Plains Unattached Utah Arkansas-Little Rock

TIME 11.21 22.76 52.35 2:05.34 4:24.50 9:54.67 17:01.14 12.97 58.51 11:20.18

ATHLETE Krista Keir Stormy Harrison Signe Bech Florence Ezeh Tori Polk Nicole Whitman Erin Aldrich Lacy Wilson Misty Ballard-Swan Jennie Sewell

SCHOOL Ohio State TCU Sam Houston SMU Texas Tech Unattached Unattached Texas Tech Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston

MARK 169-5 52-02.50 160-09 208-11 20-09.25 44-02.75 6-00.75 6-00.75 13-01.50 13-01.50

SCHOOL TCU TCU

TIME 44.34 3:36.63

YEAR 2008 2008 2005 2003 2003 2000 2003 2005 2008 2006

METRIC YEAR 51.65m 2002 15.91m 2008 48.99m 2004 63.69m 2000 6.33m 2005 13.48m 2005 1.85m 2005 1.85m 2005 4.00m 2002 4.00m 2007

Relays EVENT 4 x 100 4 x 400

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ATHLETE Virgil Hodge Virgil Hodge Shereefa Lloyd Tiffany McWilliams Adeh Mwamba Katie Singleton Adeh Mwamba Delloreen London Chelsea Shapard Kata Lovrantova

Field Events EVENT Discus Shot Put Javelin Hammer Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault

Relays EVENT ATHLETES 4 x 100 Frater, Williams, Patton, Collins 4 x 400 ---

EVENT 100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1500 Meters 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 100 Meter Hurdles 400 Meter Hurdles 3000m Steeplechase

ATHLETES Paul, Hodge, D. Jones, J. Jones Davis, D. Jones, Paul, John

YEAR 2006 2006

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ALL-TIME RECORDS Indoor Records

Outdoor Records

Women EVENT

Women EVENT

60 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters Mile Run 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 60 Meter Hurdles 4x400 Meter Relay Distance Medley Relay Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw

Men EVENT

60 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1000 Meters Mile Run 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 60 Meter Hurdles 4x400 Meter Relay Distance Medley Relay High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Weight Throw

Record

7.26 22.99 53.80 2:10.69 4:47.49 9:39.09 16:23.55 8.30 3:34.63 11:50.15 21-5 1/4 44-00.00 55-0 1/4 50-11

Record

6.53 20.52 45.67 1:47.02 2.25.46 4:00.53 7:58.36 14:10.17 7.88 3:04.82 9:54.46 7-5 3/4 26-1 3/4 53-06 1/2 15-5 61-9 1/2 56-3

Athlete

Jessica Young Virgil Hodge Nathandra John Rebecca Allison Rebecca Allison Mary Kinyanjui Mary Kinyanjui MaKeatha Cooper Shade, Paul, Clarke, Young Dietrich, Hanchak, Tomlin, Keitany Donna Thomas Neidra Covington Stevanie Wadsworth-Ferguson Kelsey Samuels

Athlete

Kim Collins Kim Collins Lewis Banda Jackson Langat Jackson Langat Eliud Njubi Kip Kangogo Glenn LeGros LaTarence Dunbar Maness, Richard, Burnett, Cannon ---Jason Howard Aundre Edwards Jonathan Jackson Cody Koontz Jordan Reynolds Cameron Tabor

Site

Colorado Springs, Colo. Fayetteville, Ark. Albuquerque, N.M. ------Fayetteville, Ark. Ames, Iowa Houston, Texas Ames, Iowa Fayetteville, Ark. Colorado Springs, Colo. Fort Worth, Texas Fayetteville, Ark.

Site

Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Lubbock, Texas Fayetteville, Ark. South Bend, Ind. ---Fayetteville, Ark. ---Fort Worth, Texas Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. ---Fayetteville, Ark.

Date

Feb. 28, 2009 March 9, 2007 Feb. 24, 2007 1986 1986 Feb. 13, 2004 March 6, 2004 Feb. 28, 2004 March 7, 2009 Feb. 10, 2001 1985 March 1, 2008 1993 Jan. 23, 2010

Date

March 10, 2000 March 10, 2000 March10, 2006 Feb. 10, 2006 Jan. 21, 2006 March 10, 2001 March 4, 2006 1992 Feb. 12, 2000 1984 1996 Jan. 22, 1999 March 12, 2004 March 15, 2008 February 1, 2002 1992 Jan. 23, 2010

100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1500 Meters 3000 Meters 5000 Meters 10,000 Meters 100 Meter Hurdles 400 Meter Hurdles Steeplechase 4x100 Meter Relay 4x200 Meter Relay 4x400 Meter Relay Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Javelin Heptathlon

Men EVENT

100 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 1500 Meters Mile Run 5000 Meters 10,000 Meters 110 Meter Hurdles 400 Meter Hurdles Steeplechase 4x100 Meter Relay 4x200 Meter Relay 4x400 Meter Relay 4X800 Meter Relay Sprint Medley Relay Distance Medley Relay Long Jump Triple Jump High Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Discus Old Javelin New Javelin

Record

11.08 22.67 52.31 2:05.48 4:14.85 9:35.54 16:41.81 35:29.60 13.35 57.70 10:57.65 43.37 1:33.21 3:30.00 21-5 1/2 43-3.75 56-4 3/4 160-02 129-4 5,060 points

Record

9.97 20.08 45.10 1:46.04 3:40.31 3:56.84 13:47.11 29:43.67 13.64 50.90 9:04.6h 38.23a 1:20.20 3:02.09 7:19.30 3:21.08 9:36.14 25-8 1/2 54-3.75 7-3 1/4 16-0 3/4 64-9 3/4 192-10 247-10 224-00

Athlete

Beverly McDonald Beverly McDonald Nathandra John Rebecca Allison Rebecca Allison Gladyʼs Keitany Mary Kinyanjui Robin Schacht MaKeatha Cooper Kishelle Paul Alayne Thompson White, Harmon, Bell, Twum John, Jones, Jones, Hodge Jones, Davis, Paul, John Donna Thomas Neidra Covington Stevanie Wadsworth-Ferguson Stormy Harrison Kandra Lakey Meaghan Peoples

Athlete

Site

Arlington, Texas ---Provo, Utah Austin, Texas Baton Rouge, La. Philadelphia, Pa. Austin, Texas Denton, Texas Houston, Texas Des Moines, Iowa Philadelphia, Pa. Sacramento, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Sacramento, Calif. ---Philadelphia, Pa. ---Norman, Okla. Arlington, Texas Laramie, Wyo.

Raymond Stewart Kim Collins Lewis Banda Khadevis Robinson Eliud Njubi Eliud Njubi Kip Kangogo Herbert Mwangi LaTarence Dunbar Clayton Brookins Ron Dennis Smith, Porter, Sholars, Stewart Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars Ingraham, Richard, Burnett, Walker Jeffrey, Nix, Graves, Johnson Epps, Walter, Records, Graves Langat, Wilson, Hernandez, Kangogo Carl Mills Jonathan Jackson Chris Peoples Rob Coffman Jordan Reynolds Tommy Killen Fred Streck Joe Brown

Site

Waco, Texas Eugene, Ore. Sacramento, Calif. Buffalo, N.Y. Eugene, Ore. Philadelphia, Pa. Walnut, Calif. Louisville, Ky. Omaha, Neb. Arlington, Texas ---Provo, Utah Philadelphia, Pa. Houston, Texas ------Philadelphia, Pa. ---Philadelphia, Pa. Charlotte, NC Fort Worth, Texas ---Norman, Okla. ---Lincoln, Neb.

Date

1993 1993 May 13, 2006 1986 1987 April 22, 1999 April 1, 2004 May 5, 2000 2004 May 26, 2007 April 24, 2003 June 11, 2003 April 27, 2007 June 10, 2006 1985 April 25, 2008 1993 April 12, 2008 March 27, 2004 May 14, 2009

Date

1989 May 30, 2001 June 10, 2006 June 4, 1998 June 2, 2001 April 28, 2001 April 15, 2005 May 9, 2002 July 30, 1999 May 2, 1998 1995 June 2, 1989 1986 1983 1981 1981 April 29, 2005 1969 April 26, 2008 May 17, 2003 April 17, 2004 1992 April 12, 2008 1983 May 30, 2008

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NCAA RESULTS INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Individual Champions (4) EVENT ATHLETE 55 Meters Raymond Stewart 60 Meters Kim Collins 200 Meters Kim Collins 800 Meters Jackson Langat

Time 6.07 6.58 20.55 1:47.02

Year 1989 2001 2001 2006

INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Relay Champions (1) EVENT ATHLETE 4x400 R. Williams, A. Amantine, K. Campbell, J. Collins

Time 3:06.69

Year 2000

OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Individual Champions (3) EVENT ATHLETE Time 100 Meters Raymond Stewart 10.14 100 Meters Raymond Stewart 9.97 800 Meters Khadevis Robinson 1:46.04

Year 1987 1989 1998

OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS Relay Champions (6) **collegiate record; NCAA meet record EVENT ATHLETE 4x100 R. Tatum, A. Smith, L. Reid, G. Sholars ** 4x100 R. Tatum, A. Smith, G. Sholars, R. Stewart 4x100 H. Porter, A. Smith, G. Sholars, R. Stewart ** 4x100 J. Drummond, C. Johnson, R. Wright, H. Porter 4x100 D. Powell, B. Carter, L. Edwards, H. Abdallah 4x400 A. Ingraham, J. Richard, K. Burnett, D. Walker

Year 1986 1987 1989 1991 1995 1983

Time 38.46 38.82 38.23 38.88 38.63 3:02.09

INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS NCAA Men’s Finshes Year TCU Finish (Pts.) NCAA Champion (Pts.) 1975 T44th (1) UTEP (36) 1984 T31st (6) Arkansas (38) 1985 T15th (10) Arkansas (70) 1986 T39th (2) Arkansas (49) 1987 T26th (6) Arkansas (39) 1988 T44th (2) Arkansas (34) 1989 T16th (10) Arkansas (34) 1990 T50th (1) Arkansas (44) 1991 T23rd (8) Arkansas (34) 1995 T30th (8) Arkansas (59) 1996 T38th (5) George Mason (39) 1997 T25th (8) Arkansas (59) 1998 T31st (7) Arkansas (56) 1999 T30th (6) Arkansas (65) 2000 4th (34) Arkansas (69.5) 2001 2nd (33) LSU (34) 2002 T42nd (5) Tennessee (62.5) 2003 T13th (16) Arkansas (54) 2004 8th (24) LSU (44.5) 2008 T12th (14) Arizona State (44) 2009 N/A Oregon (54)

Site Detroit, Mich. Syracuse, N.Y. Syracuse, N.Y. Oklahoma City, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Oklahoma City, Okla. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. College Station, Texas

INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS NCAA Women’s Finshes Year TCU Finish (Pts.) NCAA Champion (Pts.) 1985 14th (14) Florida State (34) 1993 T35th (2) LSU (49) 1994 T29th (6) LSU (48) 2001 T45th (3) UCLA (53.5) 2007 T41st (5) Arizona State (38) 2008 T56th (2) Arizona State (51) 2009 T22nd (10) Tennessee (42)

Site Syracuse, N.Y. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. College Station, Texas

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OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS NCAA Men’s Finshes Year TCU Finish (Pts.) NCAA Champion (Pts.) 1929 T16th (8) Ohio State (50) 1930 21st (9) USC (55) 1933 T34th (2) LSU (58) 1961 T40th (2) USC (65) 1963 T29th (4) USC (61) 1973 T47th (2) UCLA (52) 1974 T48th (2) Tennessee (60) 1975 T40th (4) UTEP (55) 1976 T47th (1) USC (64) 1982 T60th (8) UTEP (105) 1983 T13th (33.5) SMU (104) 1984 T50th (7) Oregon (113) 1986 T16th (15) SMU (53) 1987 3rd (27) UCLA (81) 1988 12th (20) UCLA (82) E 1989 8th (24) LSU (53) 1990 T20th (13) LSU (44) 1991 9th (22) Tennessee (51) 1992 22nd (13) Arkansas (60) 1993 T34th (8) Arkansas (69) 1994 T42nd (6) Arkansas (83) 1995 T13th (19) Arkansas (61.5) 1996 T45th (6) Arkansas (55) 1997 T29th (10) Arkansas (55) 1998 3rd (43) Arkansas (58.5) 2000 T11th (20) Stanford (72) 2001 2nd (49) Tennessee (50) 2002 T28th (9) LSU (64) 2003 T14th (19) Arkansas (59) 2004 T4th (30) Arkansas (65.5) 2008 T67th (2) Florida State (52) 2009 T67th (1) Texas A&M (48)

Site Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Philadelphia, Pa. Albuquerque, N.M. Baton Rouge, La. Austin, Texas Provo, Utah Philadelphia, Pa. Provo, Utah Houston, Texas Eugene, Ore. Indianapolis, Ind. Baton Rouge, La. ugene, Ore. Provo, Utah Durham, N.C. Eugene, Ore. Austin, Texas New Orleans, La. Boise, Idaho Knoxville, Tenn. Eugene, Ore5). Bloomington, Ind. Buffalo, N.Y. Durham, N.C. Eugene, Ore. Baton Rouge, La. Sacramento, Calif. Austin, Texas Des Moines, Iowa Fayetteville, Ark.

OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS NCAA Women’s Finshes

Year 1985 1986 1987 1993 1994 1995 1998 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

TCU Finish (Pts.) 33rd (7) T39th (5) T39th (5) 12th (24) T34th (6) T37th (5) T29th (8) T60th (2) T64th (1) T49th (4) T65th (2) T68th (1) T47th (4) T27th (9) N/A T35th (9)

NCAA Champion (Pts.) Oregon (52) Texas (65) LSU (62) LSU (93) LSU (86) LSU (69) Texas (60) USC (64) South Carolina (82) LSU (64) UCLA (69) Texas (55) Auburn (57) Arizona State (60) LSU (67) Texas A&M (50)

Site Austin, Texas Indianapolis, Ind. Baton Rouge, La. New Orleans, La. Boise, Idaho Knoxville, Tenn. Buffalo, N.Y. Eugene, Ore. Baton Rouge, La. Sacramento, Calif. Austin, Texas Sacramento, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. Des Moines, Iowa Fayetteville, Ark.

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ALL-TIME MALE ALL-AMERICANS Year 1930 1963 1973 1974 1975 1976 1982 1983

1984 1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993 1994 1995

All-American (Placing) Cy Leland Jackie Upton (5) D. Hardin, G. Peacock (7) S. McKinney, L.Williams Bill Collins B. Collins, G. Peacock (7) P. Delaney, L.Williams B. Collins, G. Peacock (5) P. Delaney, G. Norris M. Milton, J. Thomas (8) C. Boone, G. Norris Phillip Epps (2) Philip Epps (5) P. Epps, D. Walker (6) J. Richard, J. Maness A. Ingraham, J. Richard (1) K. Burnett, D. Walker J. Maness, J. Richard (6) K. Burnett, M. Cannon Roscoe Tatum (3) Raymond Stewart (4) Michael Cannon (6) Johnny Walker (6) Michael Cannon (4) R. Tatum, A. Smith (1) L. Reid, G. Scholars T. Allen, S. Crumpton (N/A) K. Burnett, M. Cannon Roscoe Tatum (3) Raymond Stewart Greg Sholars Raymond Stewart (5) R. Tatum, A. Smith (1) R. Stewart, G. Scholars Tony Allen (5) Raymond Stewart (2) Raymond Stewart (5) R. Tatum, A. Smith (3) R. Stewart, G. Scholars Raymond Stewart (1) William Maru H. Porter, A. Smith (1) R. Stewart, G. Scholars William Maru Jordan Reynolds H. Porter, R. Wright (5) R. Redmon, D. Thomas Jon Drummond (4) Jon Drummond (2) J. Drummond, C. Johnson R. Wright, H. Porter (1) Horatio Porter (7) Jordan Reynolds (3) R. Redmon, D. Mowatt (4) R. Wright, H. Porter J. Oliver, D. Mowatt (2) B. Carter, H. Abdallah D. Powell (3) D. Powell (2) D. Powell, B. Carter (1) L. Edwards, H. Abdallah

Event 100 Yards High Jump Mile Relay

Year 1996

60 Yards 440 Relay

1997 1998

440 Relay 440 Relay 200 meters 200 meters 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay

1999 2000

4x400 Relay 55 Meters 55 Meters 400 Meters 800 Meters 400 Meters 4x100 Relay

2001

4x400 Relay 55 Meters 100 Meters 100 Meters 200 Meters 4x100 Relay 400 Meters 100 Meters 200 Meters 4x100 Relay 100 Meters 800 Meters 4x100 Relay

2002

2003 2004 2006

800 Meters Shot Put 4x100 Relay 55 Meters 100 Meters 4x100 Relay 200 Meters Shot Put 4x100 Relay

2007 2008

4x100 Relay 100 Meters 100 Meters 4x100 Relay

2009

All-American (Placing) Brashant Carter (8) Khadevis Robinson G. Hackney, B. Carter (4) C. Allison, H. Abdallah Khadevis Robinson (7) Jarmiene Holloway (2) Syan Williams Khadevis Robinson (1) J. Holloway, S. Williams B. Howard R. Williams, C. Brookins J. L. Collins II, K. Robinson (2) Ricardo Williams (8) Jason Howard (4) Kim Collins (2) Kim Collins (3) Ricardo Williams (5) Jonny L. Collins II (7) Ellud Njubi (28) R. Wiiliams, A. Amantine K. Campbell, J. L. Collins II (1) R. Wiiliams, A. Amantine K. Campbell, J. L. Collins II (4) Kim Collins (1) Kim Collins (1) Eliud Njubi (8) Kim Collins (2) Elud Njubi (8) Elud Njubi (7) Jason Howard (3) Abdul Rasheed (5) Michael Frater (11) Michael Frater (4) Cleavon Dillon (4) Aundre Edwards (5) Michael Frater (5) Michael Frater (3) Brandon Simpson (7) Aundre Edwards (3) Michael Frater (2) Aundre Edwards (4) Lewis Banda (3) Jackson Langat (1) L. Banda, Q. Butler (8) O. McDaniel, J. Langat Lewis Banda (4) B. Reed, L. Banda (4) J. Warner, O McDaniel L. Banda, C. Chavez (2) D. Delaney, J. Langat Jonathan Jackson (3) Jonathan Jackson (3) C, Chavez, Guy (2) C. Henry, M. Love M Dungey (9) J. Brown (10) J. Warner, M. Dungey (7) A. Mitchell, O. McDaniel M. Barnes, O. McDaniel (8) M. Dungey, J. Warner

Event 200 Meters 800 Meters 4x100 Relay

Justyn Warner | Three-Time All-American

800 Meters 100 Meters 200 Meters 800 Meters 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 200 Meters High Jump 60 Meters 200 Meters 200 Meters 400 Meters CC 4x400 Relay 4x400 Relay 60 Meters 200 Meters Mile Run 100 Meters 800 Meters 1500 Meters High Jump High Jump 60 Meters 100 Meters Long Jump Long Jump 60 Meters 100 Meters 400 Meters Long Jump 100 Meters Long Jump 400 Meters 800 Meters 4x400 Relay 400 Meters 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay Triple Jump Triple Jump 4x400 Relay 200 Meters Javelin 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay

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ALL-TIME FEMALE ALL-AMERICANS Year

1982 1985 1986 1987 1992 1993 1998 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

2008 2009

All-American (Placing)

Beverly Petty Adele Kennedy Ella Smith (5) Donna Thomas (8) Donna Thomas (7) Rebecca Allison (4) Rebecca Allison (4) Stevanie Wadsworth Beverly McDonald (2) Beverly McDonald (2) Stevanie Wadsworth (2) Tinesha Hackney (7) G. Jackson, D. Crudup (3) C. Lewis, T. Hackney Monica Twum (6) Monica Twum (7) L. White, C. Baldwin (8) T. Starts, H,. Hanchak Donita Harmon (8) L. White, D. Harmon (6) K. Bell, M. Twum J. Jones, D. Harmon (7) L. Bakasa, V. Hodge M. Davis, D. Jones (8) D. Harmon, N. John Virgil Hodge (7) D. jones, M. Davis (7) K. Paul, N. John Virgil Hodge (7) Virgil Hodge (5) D. Jones, K. Paul (6) J. Jones, N. John K. Bell, J. Jones (4) V. Hodge, D. Jones Virgil Hodge (7) Neidra Covington (14) Neidra Covington (9) Jessica Young (4) H. Shade, K. Paul (4) J. Clarke, J. Young Jessica Young (2) Neidra Covington (8) Whitney Gipson (13)

Event

Long Jump Discus 100 Meters Long Jump Triple Jump 1500 Meters 1500 Meters Shot Put 100 Meters 200 Meters Shot Put 100 Meters 4x100 Relay 60 Meters 100 Meters 4x100 Relay 200 Meters 4x100 Relay 4x100 Relay 4x400 Relay 200 Meters 4x400 Relay 200 Meters 200 Meters 4x400 Relay 4x100 Relay 200 Meters Triple Jump Long Jump 60 Meters 4x400 Relay 100 Meters Triple Jump Long Jump

Academic All-America Honorees Year

2003 2006 2007 2008

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Michael Frater Joe Brown McKale Davis Joe Brown

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Event

Third Team First Team First Team First Team

Jessica Young | Four-Time All-American

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RELAY HISTORY AN UNMATCHED LEGACY IN RELAYS A tradition rarely matched in the sprints and relays. TCU offers nothing less. And the proof is on paper and in the history books. TCU, the little school in Fort Worth, has produced more NCAA Championships in the 400-meter relay than any other school over the last 31-plus years. It all started modestly with a fifth-place finish by the mile relay at the 1973 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Since then, TCU has gradually developed into a force to be reckoned with in collegiate track & field as the school has produced five NCAA Outdoor national champions in the 4x100-meter relay over the last 20 years. TCU also has produced three individual national champions. Raymond Stewart won two outdoor 100-meter crowns, an indoor 55-meter dash title, and ran on two 400-meter relay championship units. Kim Collins won indoor titles at 60 and 200 meters and anchored the winning 4x100-meter relay team during the outdoor season. TCU has finished among the top 10 in the menʼs team standings at the NCAA Outdoor Championships 13 times since 1983. Five times (1986, 1987, 1989, 1991 and 1995) the Horned Frogs have placed in the top five, including a second-place finish (1993), a third-place finish (1988) and a pair of fourth-place finishes (1992 and 1996). They added a fourth-place finish in the 2000 NCAA Indoor Championships and came back with a second-place finish in the 2001 and 2008 Indoor Championships. In 2009, the womenʼs 4x400 quartet consisting of Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke and Jessica Young collected fourthplace honors with a time of 3:36.51. The fourth-place finish was the highest finish posted by a women's 4x400 at the NCAA Indoor Championships in program history. Throughout a history spanning back to the 1930s, TCU track has produced numerous individual All-Americans and All-American relay units. And those honorees have not been limited to the sprints. In 1998, Khadevis Robinson won the 800-meter title at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Other All-Americans include 800-meter William Maru (1989-1990), middle distance runner Eliud Njubi (2001), shot putters Jordan Reynolds (1990 and 1992) and Stevanie Wadsworth (1992-1993), javelin thrower Joe Brown (2008), triple jumpers Jonathan Jackson (2007) and Whitney Gipson (2009-Present) and long jumpers Aundre Edwards (2002-04), Neidra Covington (2007-Present) and Cleavon Dillon (2002-04).

4x100 METER NCAA OUTDOOR FINISHES 1983 6th 39.39 Epps, Walker, Richard, Maness 1986 1st 38.46 CR Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars 1987 1st 38.82 Tatum, Smith, Sholars, Stewart 1988 3rd 39.25 Tatum, Smith, Stewart, Sholars 1989 1st 38.23 CR Porter, Smith, Sholars, Stewart 1990 5th 39.38 Porter, Wright, Redmon, Thomas 1991 1st 38.88 Drummond, Johnson, Wright, Porter 1992 4th 38.95 Redmon, Mowatt, Wright, Porter 1993 2nd 38.91 Oliver, Mowatt, Carter, Abdallah 1995 1st 38.63 Powell, Carter, Edwards, Abdallah 1996 4th 39.45 Hackney, Carter, Abdallah, Allison 1997 NCAA semifinalist (entered with nationʼs fastest time) 1999 NCAA Qualifier (entered with nationʼs fastest time) 2000 NCAA Finalist (entered with nationʼs fastest time - DQ) 2002 NCAA Qualifier (entered with nationʼs third fastest time) 2006 4th 39.19 Banda, McDaniel, Reed, Warner 2007 12th 40.24 Jones, Delaney, Warner, Guy 2008 7th 39.60 Warner, Dungey, Mitchell, McDaniel 2009 8th 39.50 Barnes, McDaniel, Dungey, Warner TCU’S SUB-39 4X100 PERFORMANCES 38.23

Smith, Porter, Sholars, Stewart

1989

38.46

Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars

1986

38.56

Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars

1986

38.63

Powell, Carter, Edwards, Abdallah

1995

38.79

Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars

1988

38.79

Smith, Porter, Stewart, Sholars

1989

38.80

Drummond, Johnson, Wright, Porter

1991

38.82

Tatum, Smith, Sholars, Stewart

1987

38.84

Howard, Holloway, Collins, Williams

1999

38.88

Drummond, Johnson, Wright, Porter

1991

38.90

Drummond, Johnson, Wright, Porter

1991

38.91

Oliver, Mowatt, Carter, Abdallah

1993

38.95

Redmon, Mowatt, Wright, Porter

1993

38.97

Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars

1986

38.98

Tatum, Smith, Sholars, Stewart

1986

ALL-TIME COLLEGIATE 4X100 TOP PERFORMANCES 38.23

TCU +

38.24

LSU

June 2, 1989 June 5, 1998

38.32

LSU

May 29, 2002

38.35

Florida

June 2, 2000

38.45

South Carolina

June 2, 2000

38.46

TCU

June 6, 1986

38.48

LSU

May 31, 2002

38.53

Houston

June 4, 1982

Texas A&M

June 2, 1989

38.56

TCU

June 4, 1986

38.59

UCLA

May 22, 1988

38.63

TCU

June 2,1995

Texas A&M

June 6, 1986

38.64

LSU

June 2, 1995

38.65

LSU

June 13, 2003

+ Collegiate Record set at 1998 NCAA Championships

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INDOOR WOMEN TOP 10 55 Meters 1. Giesla Jackson 2. Catoshia Lewis 3. Tinesha Hackney 4. Monica Twum 5. Jessica Young 6. Virgil Hodge 7. Lisa Ford 8. Sonia Williams 9. Jamee Jones 10. Chaunte Baldwin 11. Kandis Bell

6.71a 6.76 6.80 6.82 6.85 6.88 6.91 6.96 7.04 7.06 7.14

1998 1998 1998 2002 2009 2006 1987 2001 2006 2001 2006

400 Meters 1. Nathandra John 2. Jessica Young 3. Dywana Crudup 4. Deborah Jones 5. Marquita Davis 6. Larissa Bakasa 7. Kristal Juarez 8. Donita Harmon 9. Heather Hanchak 10. Jessica Clarke

53.80 53.81 53.84 53.98 54.31 54.91 54.98 55.19 55.30 55.42

2007 2009 2000 2006 2006 2004 2008 2003 2000 2009

800 Meters 1. Rebecca Allison 2. Cindy Dietrich 3. Perhona Tomlin 4. Meaghan Peoples 5. Calandra Stewart 6. Justina Malone 7. Cassie Hostick 8. Keela Thompson 9. Stacey Locker 10. Heather Isbell

2:10.69 2:12.30 2:13.32 2:14.25 2:14.33 2:14.40 2:16.19 2:20.05 2:21.75 2:22.57

1986 2001 2002 2008 2004 2004 2005 1999 2001 2004

2:32.70 2:52.89 2:57.75 2:57.79 2:58.65 3:04.55 3:11.88 3:27.17

1985 2001 2009 2005 2009 2005 2001 2005

60 Meters 1. Jessica Young 2. Virgil Hodge 3. Monica Twum 4. LaʼToya White 5. Donita Harmon Sonia Williams 7. Giesla Jackson 8. Dywana Crudup Chaunte Baldwin 10. Brittany Blaylock

7.26 7.30 7.33 7.42 7.46 7.46 7.47 7.48 7.48 7.50

2009 2008 2002 2003 2003 2001 1998 2000 2002 2008

55 Meter Hurdles 1. Chessna Davis 2. MaKeatha Cooper 2. Kishelle Paul 3. Julie Curtis 4. Esther Thomas 5. Mary Minor

7.83 7.94 7.97 8.25 8.27 8.33

1997 2005 2008 2006 2001 2006

60 Meter Hurdles 1. MaKeatha Cooper 2. Kishelle Paul 3. Chessna Davis 4. Julie Curtis 5. Esther Thomas 6. Mary Minor 7. Meaghan Peoples

1000 Meters 1. Rebecca Allison 2. Cindy Dietrich 3. Tanja Ivandic 4. Cassie Hostick 5. Dani Selner 6. Justina Malone 7. Melody Raffloer 8. Elese Dawson

8.30 8.37 8.63 8.73 8.88 8.92 9.02

2004 2008 1999 2003 2001 2006 2009

Mile Run 1. Rebecca Allison 2. Calandra Stewart 3. Cindy Dietrich 4. Mary Kinyanjui 5. Gladyʼs Keitany

4:47.49 4:51.59 4:54.41 4:58.70 5:00.53

1986 2006 2002 2004 2000

200 Meters 1. Virgil Hodge 2. Giesla Jackson Donita Harmon 4. Jessica Clarke 5. Lisa Ford 6. Monica Twum 7. Brittany Blaylock 8. Catoshia Lewis 9. Jamee Jones 10. Kishelle Paul

22.99 23.57a 23.57 24.02 24.03 24.10 24.12 24.13 24.18 24.22

2007 1998 2003 2008 1988 2001 2008 1998 2006 2008

3000 Meters 1. Mary Kinyanjui 2. Calandra Stewart 3. Gladyʼs Keitany 4. Katie Singleton 5. Dani Selner 6. McKale Davis 7. Alayne Thompson 8. Tanja Ivandic 9. Katrina Zielinski 10. Halie Bullin

9:39.09 9:42.75 9:53.90 9:59.35 10:05.22 10:06.08 10:06.97 10:07.67 10:09.61 10:10.03

2004 2006 2001 2000 2009 2006 2004 2009 2004 2005

5000 Meters 1. Mary Kinyanjui 2. Robin Schacht 3. Gladyʼs Keitany 4. Robin Schacht 5. Katie Singleton 6. Alayne Thompson 7. Katrina Zielinski 8. Halie Bulin

16:23.55 16:57.00 17:03.61 17:07.50 17:14.88 17:23.81 17:27.94 17:33.27

2004 1999 1999 1999 2000 2004 2004 2005

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Long Jump 1. Donna Thomas 2. Neidra Covington 3. JimAnne Hejny 4. Whitney Gipson 5. Esther Thomas 6. LaʼQuinta Ross 7. Amber Anderson 8. LaʼToya White 9. Brittany Scott

6.53m 6.26m 6.20m 6.18m 5.77m 5.73m 5.53m 5.54m 5.17m

1985 2008 2008 2009 2001 2008 2009 2002 2006

Triple Jump 1. Neidra Covington 2. Donna Thomas 3. Whitney Gipson

13.41m 12.90m 12.17m

2008 1985 2009

Weight Throw 1. Kelsey Samuels 2. Zelma Wade

15.52m 11.86m

2010 2004

Shot Put 1. Stevanie Ferguson 2. Stormy Harrison 3. Candis Kelley 4. Kelsey Samuels 5. Zelma Wade 6. Sara Talley 7. Kandra Lakey 8. Esther Thomas

16.77m 15.32m 15.31m 14.94m 14.71m 13.35m 12.95m 10.94m

1993 2008 2009 2010 2006 2010 2004 2001

4x400 Meter Relay 1. H. Shade, K. Paul, J. Clarke, J. Young 2. J. Jones, K. Paul, D. Jones, N. John 3. J. Clarke, K. Paul, B. Blaylock, V. Hodge 4. J. Clarke, K. Paul, H. Shade, J. Young 5. N. John, M. Davis, D. Jones, K. Paul 6. L. Bakasa, D. Harmon, D. Jones, M. Davis 7. D. Jones, K. Paul, V. Hodge, N. John 8. L. Bakasa, H. Hanchak, T. Paige, P. Tomlin 9. L. Ford, M. Stewart, V. Morgan, K. Spears 10. N. John, D. Jones, J. Jones, Mar. Davis

3:34.63

3:34.75 3:39.01 3:39.08 3:39.39 3:39.56 3:42.40 3:43.79 3:44.27 3:45.09

2009 2007 2008 2009 2006 2004 2006 2001 1988 2005

Distance Medley Relay 1. C. Dietrich, H. Hanchak, P. Tomlin, G. Keitany 2. H. Bullin, John, C. Hostick, C. Stewart 3. H. Isbell, L. Bakasa, J. Malone, C. Stewart 4. H. Isbell, C. Hewitt, J. Malone, D. Harmon 5. H. Bullin, John, K. Zielinski, C. Stewart 6. 7. D. Selner, T. Miller, M. Peoples, T. Ivandic

11:50.15 11:51.18 11:56.61 12:04.94 12:16.97 12:20.54 12:32.46

2001 2005 2004 2003 2006 2000 2009

* - collegiate record h - hand-held time a – altitude mark w – wind aided MT – manual time

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INDOOR MEN TOP 10 55 Meters 1. Syan Williams 2. Raymond Stewart 3. Jarmiene Holloway 4. Jonathan Drummond 5. Roscoe Tatum 6. Bryan Howard 7. Kim Collins 8. Bradley Reed 9. Terran Williams 10. Justyn Warner

6.06a 6.07 6.10 6.13 6.15 6.20 6.22 6.26 6.32 6.33

1998 1989 1998 1990 1985 1999 2001 2005 1999 2006

60 Meters 1. Kim Collins 2. Bryan Howard 3. Jarmiene Holloway 4. Bradley Reed Michael Frater Demario Wesley 8. Syan Williams 9. Delwayne Delaney 10. Andon Mitchell

6.53 6.59 6.62 6.64 6.64 6.64 6.67 6.68 6.70

2000 1999 1999 2006 2002 2002 1998 2006 2008

55 Meter Hurdles 1. Jimmy Oliver 2. Reggie Harrell 3. Mark Hill 4. Bruce Galbert 5. Jordan Pitts 6. LaTarence Dunbar 7. Jared Bradley

7.43 7.47 7.65 7.81 7.89 8.00 8.20

1994 2001 1999 2001 2008 2001 2001

60 Meter Hurdles 1. LaTarence Dunbar 2. Jordan Pitts 3. Reggie Harrell 4. 5. Mark Hill 6. Michael Whitmarsh 7. Bruce Galbert 8. Jared Bradley

7.88 7.92 7.94 8.06 8.11 8.36 8.53 8.64

2000 2008 2003 2004 2000 1998 2001 2001

200 Meters 1. Kim Collins 2. 3. Bryan Howard 4. Brashant Carter 5. 6. Philip Epps 7. Syan Williams 8. Jarmiene Holloway 9. Jermaine Joseph 10. Mychal Dungey

20.52 20.73 20.81 20.88 20.89 20.19 20.90 21.06 21.10 21.17

2000 2001 1999 1996 2000 1982 1998 1999 2003 2008

400 Meters 1. Lewis Banda 2. Johnny L. Collins II 3. Roy Williams 4. Tony Allen 5. Che Chavez 6. Brandon Simpson 7. Dell Guy 8. Khadevis Robinson 9. David Spencer 10. Brett Wilson

45.67 46.26 46.58 46.67 46.87 47.04 47.06 47.27 47.77 47.83

2006 2000 2001 1986 2008 2003 2007 1998 2001 2005

800 Meters 1. Jackson Langat 2. Khadevis Robinson 3. Eliud Njubi 4. Sean Zurko 5. Jason Morgan 6. Jack OʼBrien 7. Jeff Pels 8. Antwaine Williams 9. Raita Yamanouchi 10.

1:47.02 1:48.36 1:49.01a 1:50.17 1:52.58 1:54.34 1:56.98 1:57.82 1:58.04 1:58.25

2006 2003 2002 2008 2003 2009 2008 1999 2004 2004

1000 Meters 1. Johnny Walker 2. Jackson Langat 3. Jeff Pels 4. Johnathan Bundren 5. Houston Bolin 6. Cody Cook

2:08.83 2:25.46 2:30.07 2:32.50 2:35.60 2:35.62

1986 2006 2009 2005 2005 2006

Mile Run 1. Eliud Njubi 2. Kip Kangogo 3. Eddie Crowe 4. Festus Kigen 5. David Lagat 6. Johnathan Bundren 7. Ryan Womack 8. Justin Speer 9. Cody Cook 10. David Harris

4:00.53 4:06.78 4:07.00 4:08.04 4:17.99 4:18.47 4:19.77 4:20.99 4:23.35 4:23.72

2001 2005 1993 2008 1998 2005 2000 2001 2006 2004

3000 Meters 1. Kip Kangogo 2. Eliud Njubi 3. Festus Kigen 4. David Lagat 5. Herbert Mwangi 6. Cain Williams 7. Adrian Martinez 8. Matt Manly 9. Johnathan Bundren

7:58.36 8:04.17 8:05.05 8:21.06 8:23.52 8:30.38 8:38.50 8:47.08 8:54.21

2006 2002 2008 1999 2002 1996 2000 2008 2003

5000 Meters 1. Glenn LeGros 2. David Lagat 3. Herbert Mwangi 4. Kip Kangogo 5. Eliud Njubi 6. Adrian Martinez 7. Matt Manly 8. Johnathan Bundren 9. Matt Manly 10. Alex Morris

14:10.17 14:17.71 14:22.05 14:40.76 14:43.32 15:03.47 15.16.82 15:28.96 15:36.98 15:42.22

1992 2000 2002 2005 2001 2000 2008 2003 2005 2005

High Jump 1. Jason Howard 2. Chris Peoples 3. David Jeffrey Aaron Anderson 5. Jared Bradley 6. Brandal Lawrence

2.18m 2.17m 1.93m 1.93m 1.84m 1.81m

1999 2004 2006 2000 2001 2003

Long Jump 1. Aundre Edwards 2. Cleavon Dillon 3. 4. Jason Howard 5. Kimton Coleman 6. Abdul Rasheed 7. Brandal Lawrence 8. Jonathan Jackson 9. Jeremy Kline 10. Michael DePriest

7.97m 7.86m 7.86m 7.56m 7.51m 7.37m 7.36m 7.24m 7.14m 6.86m

2004 2002 2002 2001 2002 2001 2003 2008 2008 2006

Triple Jump 1. Jonathan Jackson 2. Brandal Lawrence 3. Abdul Rasheed 4. 5. Michael DePriest 6. Jason Howard 7. Chaime Breaux 8. Aundre Edwards 9. Thomas Ward 10. Mark Lettieri

16.32m 15.97m 15.96m 14.91m 14.74m 14.73m 14.27m 13.93m 13.96m 12.20m

2008 2002 2001 2000 2006 2000 2004 2001 2009 2005

Weight Throw 1. Cameron Tabor 2. Cody Moore

17.15m 15.24m

2010 2005

Pole Vault 1. Cody Koontz 2. Rob Coffman

4.70m 4.60m

2002 2004

Shot Put 1. Jordan Reynolds 2. Tommy Killen 3. Shane Sims 4. Cody Moore 5. Shawn Worten 6. Robert Clark 7. Joey Kramer

18.83m 16.19m 15.22m 14.97m 14.71m 12.09m 11.36m

1992 2008 2003 2005 1998 2005 2006

4x400 Meter Relay 1. Maness, Richard, Burnett, Cannon 2. 3. Henry, Guy, Chavez, Love 4. Amantine, Dunbar, Williams 5. Williams, Amantine, Campbell, Collins 6. McDaniel, Butler, Langat, Banda 7. Banda, Chavez, Butler, Langat 8. Pyant, Morgan, Slowly, McBryde 9. Butler, Chavez, Cooper, Reed

3:04.82 3:04.87 3:06.19 3:06.59 3:06.69 3:08.14 3:08.19 3:08.28 3:10.44

1984 2003 2008 2001 2000 2006 2006 2002 2005

Distance Medley Relay 1. 2. Bundren, Butler, Jackson, Kangogo 3. Cook, Chavez, Langat, Kangogo 4. 5. 6. Tijerina, Macklin, OʼBrien, Pels 7. Lenney, Lettieri, Yamanou, McMahon 8. 9. Lenney, Lettieri, Martinec, Bundren

9:54.46 9:58.26 10:02.91 10:09.75 10:20.04 10:25.31 10:53.97 10:55.75 11:04.82

1996 2005 2006 1999 2000 2009 2002 2004 2003

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OUTDOOR WOMEN TOP 10 100 Meters 1. Jessica Young 2. Virgil Hodge 3. Beverly McDonald 4. Giesla Jackson 5. Monica Twum 6. Ella Ford 7. Tinesha Hackney 8. Catoshia Lewis 9. Jamee Jones 10. Donita Harmon

11.06w 11.07w 11.08 11.19 11.29 11.31 11.32 11.40 11.45 11.46

2009 2006 1993 1998 2003 1985 1998 1999 2006 2004

200 Meters 1. Virgil Hodge 2. Beverly McDonald 3. Lisa Ford 4. Donita Harmon 5. Moinca Twum 6. Ella Ford 7. Jessica Young 8. Kandis Bell 9. Jessica Clarke 10. Dywana Crudup

22.57w 22.67 23.01 23.10 23.12 23.14 23.16 23.24 23.30 23.39

2006 1993 1988 2004 2003 1985 2009 2003 2008 1999

400 Meters 1. Nathandra John 2. Deborah Jones 3. Jessica Clarke 4. Jessica Young Kristal Juarez 6. Dywana Crudup 7. Larissa Bakasa 8. Marquita Davis 9. Michelle Stewart 10. Perhona Tomlin

52.31 52.50 52.52 52.96 52.96 53.08 53.09 53.10 54.70 55.08

2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 2000 2004 2006 1989 2003

800 Meters 1. Rebecca Allison 2. Perhona Tomlin 3. Cindy Dietrich 4. Calandra Stewart 5. Justina Malone 6. Ashley Young 7. Gladyʼs Keitany 8. Meaghan Peoples 9. Tiara Miller 10. Tanja Ivandic

2:05.48 2:08.22 2:10.12 2:10.24 2:10.50 2:13.56 2:15.15 2:15.41 2:15.51 2:18.16

1986 2002 2001 2006 2002 2007 2001 2008 2009 2009

1,500 Meters 1. Rebecca Allison 2. Calandra Stewart 3. Gladyʼs Keitany 4. Cindy Dietrich 5. Mary Kinyanjui 6. George Biancardi 7. Halie Bullin 8. Tanja Ivandic 9. Cassie Hostick 10. Allie Koons

4:14.85 4:24.15 4:29.16 4:29.86 4:32.58 4:35.01 4:37.24 4:37.31 4:41.10 4:43.58

1987 2007 2001 2001 2003 1999 2005 2009 2006 2001

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3,000 Meters 1. Gladyʼs Keitany 2. Mary Kinyanjui 3. Calandra Stewart 4. Cindy Dietrich 5. Katie Singleton 6. Allie Koons 7. Halie Bullin 8. Robin Schacht 9. Marci Madsen 10. Alayne Thompson

9:35.54 9:40.20 9:45.22 9:47.94 9:50.40 9:57.68 10:03.62 10:07.67 10:09.32 10:09.58

1999 2003 2006 2002 1999 2001 2005 2000 1998 2003

Long Jump 1. Donna Thomas 2. Whitney Gipson 3. JimAnne Hejny 4. Neidra Covington 5. Amber Anderson 6. LaQuinta Ross 7. Esther Thomas 8. Esther Jackson 9. Meaghan Peoples 10. Tiffany Morton

6.54m 6.27m 6.23m 6.19m 5.98m 5.92m 5.91m 5.67m 5.65m 5.61m

1985 2009 2004 2009 2009 2009 2001 2002 2009 2001

5,000 Meters 1. Mary Kinyanjui 2. Gladyʼs Keitany 3. Katie Singleton 4. Robin Schacht 5. Calandra Stewart 6. Kim Baker 7. Ami Butler

16:41.81 16:44.54 16:52.84 17:04.53 17.14.62 17:17.10 17:18.45

2004 2001 2000 2000 2007 1990 2004

10,000 Meters 1. Karly Reichenstein 2. Robin Schacht 3. McKale Davis 4. Katrina Zielinski 5. Jamie Ford 6. Kim Baker 7. Alayne Thompson 8. Steph Wentworth 9. Shannon Andrew 10. Katie Cosgrove

Triple Jump 1. Neidra Covington 2. Donna Thomas 3. JimAnne Hejny 4. Whitney Gipson 5. Tiffany Morton 6. Amber Anderson 7. Esther Thomas 8. Teryni Buckner

13.56m w 12.90m 12.71m 12.39m 12.23m 12.11m 11.57m 11.40m

2009 1985 2008 2009 2001 2008 2001 2009

32:13.14 35:29.60 36:22.7 37:25.94 38:44.58 40:02.72 40:17.31 40:49.91 40:56.26 41:36.43

1997 2000 2007 2004 2002 1990 2004 2002 2008 2003

Shot Put 1. Stevanie Ferguson 2. Stormy Harrison 3. Candis Kelley 4. Zelma Wade 5. Kandra Lakey 6. Esther Thomas 7. Meaghan Peoples

17.19m 16.02m 15.86m 14.36m 12.98m 10.40m 10.22m

1993 2009 2008 2004 2004 2001 2009

100m Hurdles 1. MaKeatha Cooper 2. Kishelle Paul 3. Chessna Davis 4. Julie Curtis Esther Thomas 6. Lisa Evans 7. Mary Minor 8. Meaghan Peoples

13.24 13.38 13.65 13.95 13.95 14.01 14.16 14.23

2004 2009 1997 2006 2001 1983 2006 2008

Discus 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stormy Harrison Zelma Wade Adele Kennedy Kandra Lakey Candis Kelley

48.82m 48.14m 46.36m 45.07m 44.93m

2008 2005 1982 2004 2009

400m Hurdles 1. Kishelle Paul 2. Julie Curtis 3. Carla Poole 4. Meaghan Peoples 5. Meaghan Ryan 7. Stephanie Jones 8. Gina Messamer 9. Mary Minor 10. Chessna Davis

57.70 59.36 59.42 59.84 60.77 63.52 64.88 65.57 68.46

2007 2006 2001 2009 2009 1999 2005 2005 1999

Javelin 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Kandra Lakey Crystal Fenoglio Meaghan Peoples Nichole Burgress Esther Thomas

39.42m 37.67m 25.19m 24.35m 20.28m

2004 2008 2009 2009 2001

5,060 pts 4,603 pts

2009 2001

3,000m Steeplechase 1. Alayne Thompson 2. Susan Hemphill 3. Heather Isbell 4. Allie Koons 5. Julie Mayfield 6. Shanon McKinney 7. Pattie Parker

10:57.65 11:15.72 11:19.94 11:21.21 11:48.27 11:56.18 13:11.20

2003 2001 2004 2001 2009 2003 2004

Heptathlon 1. Meaghan Peoples 2. Esther Thomas

4x100 Meter Relay 1. White, Harmon, Bell, Twum 2. Bell, Jones, Jones, Hodge 3. Jackson, Crudup, Lewis, Hackney 4. Jackson, Sharrieff, Lewis, Jackson 5. Jackson, Sharrieff, Lewis, Jackson 6. 7. Jackson, Sharrieff, Lewis, Jackson 8. 9. Paul, Hodge, Jones, Jones 10. Jackson, Sharrieff, Lewis, Jackson

43.37 43.53 43.69 43.70 43.75 43.77 43.80 43.83 43.93 44.04

2003 2007 1998 1997 1997 1998 1997 1998 2006 1997

4X200m Relay 1. John, Jones, Jones, Hodge 2. Spencer, Sarrieff, Lewis, Jackson Bakasa, Harmon, Bell, Hodge 4. White, Harmon, Bakasa, Twum 5. White, Baldwin, Starts, Bakasa 6. White, Harmon, Bell, Twum 7. Spencer, Brown, Crudup, Crudup 8. Shade, Clarke, Paul, Young 9. Starts, Hewitt, Paige, Bakasa

1:33.21 1:33.63 1:33.63 1:33.94 1:34.87 1:34.93 1:35.35 1:36.76 1:38.26

2007 1997 2004 2003 2002 2003 1997 2009 2001

4X400m Relay 1. Jones, Davis, Paul, John 2. John, Jones, Davis, Harmon 3. Paul, Clarke, Juarez, Young 4. Paul, Clarke, Wilkinson, Young 5. John, Jones, Blaylock, Hodge 6. Paul, Clarke, Shade, Young 7. Miller, Ryan, Wilkinson, Ross 8. Paul, Shade, Ryan, Juarez 9. Clarke, Ross, Wilkinson, Paul 10. Davis, Jones, Paul, Jones

3:30.00 3::31.49 3:32.82 3:33.01 3:33.37 3:33.63 3:34.52 3:36.56 3:36.98 3:37.02

2006 2005 2009 2009 2007 2009 2009 2009 2008 2006

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OUTDOOR MEN TOP 10 100 Meters 1. Raymond Stewart 2. Kim Collins 3. Jon Drummond 4. Michael Frater 5. Donovan Powell 6. Roscoe Tatum 7. 8. Andrew Smith 9. Bryan Howard 10. Greg Sholars

9.89 9.99 10.03 10.05 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 10.12

1987 2001 1991 2002 1995 1986 2001 1988 1999 1987

5,000 Meters 1. Kip Kangogo 2. Festus Kigen 3. David Lagat 4. Glenn LeGros 5. Herbert Mwangi 6. Eliud Njubi 7. Adrian Martinez 8. Richard Ramire 9. Steven Solazzo 10. Alan Keefer

13:47.11 14:03.61 14:04.63 14.07.01 14:20.96 14:45.47 14:50.58 15:10.00 15:23.66 15:23.91

2005 2008 1998 1991 2002 2001 1999 1987 2005 1981

200 Meters 1. Kim Collins 2. Tony Allen 3. Brashant Carter 4. Bryan Howard 5. Phillip Epps 6. Steve Slowly 7. 8. 9. Raymond Stewart 10. Otis McDaniel

20.08 20.10 20.11 20.14 20.19 20.27 20.28 20.31 20.31 20.35

2001 1987 1996 1999 1982 2002 2004 2001 1988 2006

10,000 Meters 1. Herbert Mwangi 2. Andres Gomez 3. Adrian Martinez 4. Matt Manly 5. J.T. Reinert 6. Steven Solazzo 7. Matt Manly 8. Jonathan Bondren 9. Alex Morris 10. J.T. Reinert

29:43.67 29:50.80 30:32.56 31:35.11 31:52.08 32:30.08 32:36.70 33:05.17 33:24.99 33:57.20

2002 1992 2000 2008 2007 2005 2005 2004 2004 2005

2006 1985 1987 2003 2000 1984 2000 1983 1983

110m Hurdles 1. LaTarence Dunbar 2. Reggie Harrell 3. Jimmy Oliver 4. Jordan Pitts 5. Mark Hill 6. Jeff Matthews Tavio Rubio 8. Jordan Pitts 9. 10. Darryl Hooks

13.64 13.73 14.04 14.07 14.13w 14.20 14.20 14.21 14.23 14.24

1999 2001 1993 2008 2000 1979 1970 2009 2004 1981

400m Hurdles 1. Clayton Brookins 2. Gerald Alexander 3. Norman Stafford 4. Clint Renfro 5. Mark Hill 6. Jordan Pitts 7. Jared Bradley

50.90 51.24 51.29 51.42 51.56 51.76 51.77

1998 1986 1983 2007 1999 2009 2001

3,000m Steeplechase 1. Ron Dennis 2. Dan Shaw 3. Steven Lenney 4. Matt Manly 5. Cody Cook 6. Justin Speer 7. Ryan Womack

9:04.6h 9:25.67 9:38.67 9:39.17 9.43.39 9:43.59 9:47.92

1995 1999 2003 2008 2007 2000 2000

Long Jump 1. Cleavon Dillon 2. Aundre Edwards 3. Carl Mills 4. Jason Howard 5. Jonathan Jackson 6. Abdul Rasheed 7. Brandal Lawrence 8. Richard Knotts 9. Chris Peoples

8.01m 8.00m 7.83m 7.83m 7.75m 7.40m 7.39m 7.21m 7.19m

2002 2002 1969 2001 2004 2001 2000 2009 2004

400 Meters 1. Lewis Banda 2. Michael Cannon 3. Tony Allen 4. Brandon Simpson 5. Johnny L. Collins 6 Allen Ingraham 7. Roy Williams 8. David Walker 9. James Richard 800 Meters 1. K. Robinson 2. 3. William Manu 4. Jim Jeffery 5. Eliud Njubi 6. Johnny Walker 7. Jacob Hernandez 8. Sean Zurko 9. Russell Bates 10. David Nix 1,500 Meters 1. Eliud Njubi 2. Eddie Crow 3. Kip Kangogo 4. William Johnson 5. Festus Kigen 6. David Lagat 7. Richard Ramirez 8. Ryan Womack 9. Dan Shaw Mile Run 1. Eliud Njubi 2. Kip Kangogo 3. Festus Kigen 4. Steve Bond

45.10 45.14 45.23 45.25 45.26a 45.26 45.89a 45.98 46.01 1:46.04 1:46.41 1:46.74 1:46.90 1:47.17 1:47.70 1:47.96 1:50.78 1:51.59 1:52.30

1998 2003 1990 1981 2001 1986 2005 2008 1981 1981

3:40.31 3:43.31 3:43.82 3:45.61 3:48.28 3:49.25 3:49.78 3:53.68 3:56.48

2001 1993 2005 1983 2008 1998 1987 1998 1999

3:56.84 4:06.14 4:06.81 4:11.80

2001 2006 2008 1970

Triple Jump 1. Jonathan Jackson 2. Jason Howard 3. Abdul Rasheed 4. Brandal Lawrence 5. Emmanuel Opubar 6. Michael DePriest 7. Stan Washington

16.55m 16.32m 16.20m 16.07m 16.05m 14.54m 13.20m

2008 2001 2001 2003 1979 2004 1981

High Jump 1. Chris Peoples 2. Jason Howard 3. John Harrison 4. Spencer Sunstrum Stan Washington 6. Emmanuel Opubor Jimmy Shoppa 8. Chris Peoples 9. Robert Nees 10. Jackie Upton

2.22m 2.21m 2.16m 2.13m 2.13m 2.12m 2.12m 2.10m 2.10m 1.98m

2003 1999 1983 1979 1981 1980 1980 2004 1967 1963

Pole Vault 1. Rob Coffman 2. Mark Thomson 3. Cody Koontz 4. Jeff Zych 5. Mike Howell

4.90m 4.88m 7.49m 4.45m 4.11m

2004 1973 2002 2007 1959

Shot Put 1. Jordan Reynolds 2. Trey Jordan 3. Marcus Cannon 4. Mike Allen 5. Tommy Killen 6. John Morton 7. Bob Cooke 8. Dason Tucker 9. Bill Foster

19.75m 16.73m 16.72m 16.31m 15.76m 15.05m 14.74m 13.24m 13.23m

1992 2007 2009 1970 2008 1950 1938 2009 1981

Discus 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

58.79m 58.12m 50.83m 48.06m 47.98m 47.93m

2008 1990 1973 2009 2009 2006

Old Javelin 1. Fred Streck 2. Stuart Spangburg 3. Wes Ritchey 4. Jim McKinley

75.54m 65.66m 60.80m 50.19m

1983 1979 1954 1981

New Javelin 1. Joe Brown

68.29m

2008

Tommy Killen Jordan Reynolds Mark Scheehle Marcus Cannon Nic Richmond Joey Kramer

4x100 Meter Relay 1. Smith, Porter, Scholars, Stewart 2. Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars 3 Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars 4. 5. Powell, Carter, Edwards, Abdallah 6. Howard, Holloway, Williams 7. Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars 8. Smith, Porter, Stewart, Sholars 9. Drummond, Johnson, Wright, Porter 10. Tatum, Smith, Sholars, Stewart

38.23a 38.46 38.56 38.58 38.63 38.64 38.79 38.79 38.80 38.82

1989 1986 1986 2001 1995 1999 1988 1989 1991 1987

4X200m Relay 1. Tatum, Smith, Reid, Sholars 2. Tatum, Smith, Allen, Sholars 3. Epps, Walker, Richard, Maness 4. Slowly, Frater, Edwards, Joseph 5. Sholars, Smith, Allen, Stewart 6. Epps, Records, Bates, Walker 7. Epps, Records, Richard, Maness 8. Reed, Banda, Chavez, McDaniel

1:20.20 1:20.59 1:20.84 1:21.50 1:21.82 1:22.04 1:22:04 1:23.20

1986 1987 1983 2002 1987 1981 1982 2006

4X400m Relay 1. Ingraham, Richard, Burnett, Walker 2. Chavez, Delaney, Langat, Banda 3. Alexander, Burnett, Cannon, Allen 4. Maness, Ingraham, Burnett, Cannon 5. 6. Willis, Richard, Burnett, Walker 7. Cannon, Burnett, Alexander, Allen 8. 9. Williams, Amantine, Campbell, Collins 10. Maness, Ingraham, Burnett, Cannon

3:02.09 3.02.12 3:02.74 3:02.96 3:03.00 3:03.24 3:03.27 3:03.47 3:03.69 3:03.81

1983 2006 1986 1984 1998 1983 1986 1998 2000 1984

4X800m Relay 1. Jeffrey, Nix, Graves, Johnson 2. Epps, Records, Bates, Walker 3. Graves, Nix, Newbold, Jeffrey 4. Pels, OʼBrien, Hill, Zurko

7:19.30 7:23.04 7:26.90 7:39.19

1981 1981 1980 2009

Sprint Medley Relay 1. Cannon, R. Tatum, A. Smith, J. Walker 2. 3. Epps, Maness, Richard, Jeffrey 4. McDaniel, Reed, Wilson, Langat 5. Delaney, McDaniel, Warner, Banda 6. Henry, Dungey, Renfro, Zurko 7. Dungey, McDaniel, Love, Zurko 8. Epps, Walter, Records, Graves 9. Pouncy, Shaw, Collins, Hardin 10. Dungey, Guy, Zurko, McDaniel

3:14.40 3:14.40 3:16.70 3:17.38 3:17.68 3:19.50 3:20.67 3:21.08 3:21.70 3:22.67

1985 2001 1982 2005 2006 2009 2009 1981 1972 2008

Distance Medley Relay 1. Langat, Wilson, Hernandez, Kangogo 2. McManus, Texada, Manu, LeGros 3. Walker, Graves, Johnson, Nix 4. Bryant, Hardin, Kourvelas, Bond

9:36.14 9:40.32 9:52.6 9:56.5

2005 1990 1980 1971

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UPHOLDING TRADITION Keeping the Flyin’ Frog Tradition Alive

JACKSON LANGAT | FESTUS KIGEN Langat was the 2006 NCAA Indoor Champion in the menʼs 800 meters, while Kigen has led TCU in both cross country and the menʼs 1,500 every year he has been at TCU. Kigen, who collected runner-up accolades at the 2008 MWC Cross Country Championships, should push to the first NCAA participant in the distance events this season since Langat in 2006.

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JON DRUMMOND | MYCHAL DUNGEY Drummon was a force on the track during his years in Fort Worth. The three-time All-American honoree collected gold medal honors at the Olympics. Dungey has also earned three All-America honors during his three years in Fort Worth and is poised for big things during the 2010 season.

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BRIDGING THE PAST & PRESENT

UPHOLDING TRADITION Keeping the Flyin’ Frog Tradition Alive

STEVANIE WADSWORTH-FERGUSON | STORMY HARRISON Ferguson holds the school record in the womenʼs shot put, while Harrison currently sits at No. 2 in the record books. Both have claimed conference championships and sit No. 1 in the record books in throw events.

DONNA THOMAS | NEIDRA COVINGTON Thomas was an all-American in the triple jump (seventh-place finish) and long jump (eighth-place) at the 1985 NCAA Outdoor Championships, while Covington has already surpassed Thomasʼ All-America certificates for a career with three heading into her senior season. Covington has earned All-America honors once in the long jump and twice in the triple jump.

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TOP OUTDOOR PERFORMANCES TCU MEN 100 METERS 9.89w Raymond Stewart 9.91 Raymond Stewart 9.97 Raymond Stewart 9.97 Raymond Stewart 9.99 Kim Collins 9.99 Raymond Stewart 10.01 Kim Collins 10.01 Raymond Stewart 10.02 Kim Collins 10.03 Jon Drummond 10.03 Raymond Stewart 10.05 Michael Frater 10.05 Raymond Stewart 10.05 Raymond Stewart

1987 1989 1989 1989 2001 1987 2001 1988 2000 1991 1987 2002 1989 1988

200 METERS 20.08 Kim Collins 20.10 Tony Allen 20.14a Bryan Howard 20.18 Kim Collins 20.19 Phillip Epps 20.27 Steve Slowly 20.31 Raymond Stewart 20.34 Kim Collins 20.35 Otis McDaniel 20.38 Leroy Reid 20.40 Horatio Porter 20.60 Otis McDaniel 20.67 Otis McDaniel 20.68 Mychal Dungey

2001 1987 1999 2000 1982 2002 1987 2001 2006 1986 1991 2008 2005 2009

4X100 METER RELAY 38.23 Andrew Smith, Horatio Porter, Raymond Stewart, Greg Sholars 38.46 Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Leroy Reid, Greg Sholars 38.56 Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Leroy Reid, Greg Sholars 38.63 Donovan Powell, Brashant Carter, Lloyd Edwards, Hosia Abdallah 38.64 Bryan Howard, Jarmiene Holloway, Lindel Frater, Ricardo Williams 38.79 Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Leroy Reid, Greg Sholars 38.79 Andrew Smith, Horatio Porter, Raymond Stewart, Greg Sholars 38.80 Jon Drummond, Carey Johnson, Ralston Wright, Horatio Porter 38.82 Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Greg Sholars, Raymond Stewart 38.84 Bryan Howard, Jarmiene Holloway, Johnny Collins, Ricardo Williams 38.88 Jon Drummond, Carey Johnson, Ralston Wright, Horatio Porter 38.90 Jon Drummond, Carey Johnson, Ralston Wright, Horatio Porter

1989 1986 1986 1995 1999 1988 1989 1991 1987 1999 1991 1991

4X200 METER RELAY 1:20.20 Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Leroy Reid, Greg Sholars ++ 1:20.59 Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Leroy Reid, Greg Sholars 1:20.84 Phillip Epps, David Walker, James Richard, James Maness

1986 1987 1983

4X400 METER RELAY 3:02.09 Allen Ingraham, James Richard, Keith Burnett, David Walker 3:02.12 Che Chavez, Delwayne Delaney, Jackson Langat, Lewis Banda 3:02.74 Gerald Alexander, Keith Burnett, Michael Cannon, Tony Allen + 3:02.96 James Maness, Allen Ingraham, Keith Burnett, Michael Cannon 3:03.24 Joel Willis, James Richard, Keith Burnett, David Walker 3:03.27 Michael Cannon, Keith Burnett, Gerald Alexander, Tony Allen 3:03.69 Roy Williams, Anthony Amantine, Kendrick Campbell, Johnny Collins 3:03.81 James Maness, Allen Ingraham, Keith Burnett, Michael Cannon 3:03.88 Allen Ingraham, James Richard, Keith Burnett, David Walker 3:03.90 James Maness, Keith Burnett, Michael Cannon, Allen Ingraham

1983 2006 1986 1984 1983 1986 2000 1984 1983 1984

4X800 METER RELAY 7:19.30 Jim Jeffrey, David Nix, Russell Graves, William Johnson

1981

Sprint Medley Relay 3:14.40 Michael Cannon, Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Johnny Walker

1985

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TCU WOMEN 4X100 METER RELAY 43.37 Laʼ Toya White, Donita Harmon, Kandis Bell, Monica Twum 43.67 Laʼ Toya White, Donita Harmon, Kandis Bell, Monica Twum 43.69 Giesla Jackson, Dywana Crudup, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Hackney 43.70 Giesla Jackson, Shareen Sharrieff, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Jackson 43.75 Giesla Jackson, Shareen Sharrieff, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Jackson 43.77 Giesla Jackson, Dywana Crudup, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Hackney 43.80 Giesla Jackson, Shareen Sharrieff, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Jackson 43.83 Giesla Jackson, Dywana Crudup, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Hackney 43.93 Kishelle Paul, Virgil Hodge, Jamee Jones, Deborah Jones 44.00 Laʼ Toya White, Donita Harmon, Tiffany Starts, Monica Twum 44.00 Giesla Jackson, Dywana Crudup, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Hackney 44.04 Giesla Jackson, Shareen Sharrieff, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Jackson 44.05 Jamee Jones, Donita Harmon, Larissa Bakasa, Virgil Hodge 44.10 Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Kristal Juarez, Jessica Young 44.10 Laʼ Toya White, Donita Harmon, Tiffany Starts, Monica Twum 44.18 Giesla Jackson, Dywana Crudup, Catoshia Lewis, Tinesha Hackney 44.19 Sonia Williams, Janice Thomas, Chaunte Baldwin, Monica Twum 44.20 Laʼ Toya White, Donita Harmon, Tiffany Starts, Monica Twum 44.21 Kishelle Paul, Brittanny Blaylock, Jessica Clarke, Virgil Hodge 44.21 Giesla Jackson, Cyntrece Spencer, Alayah Cooper, Tinesha Jackson 44.22 Kishelle Paul, Brittanny Blaylock, Jessica Clarke, Virgil Hodge 44.25 Laʼ Toya White, Chaunte Baldwin, Tiffany Starts, Monica Twum 44.34 Kishelle Paul, Brittanny Blaylock, Jessica Clarke, Virgil Hodge 44.36 Kishelle Paul, Brittanny Blaylock, Jessica Clarke, Virgil Hodge 44.37 Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Kristal Juarez, Jessica Young

2003 2003 1998 1997 1997 1998 1997 1998 2006 2003 1998 1997 2004 2009 2003 1998 2001 2003 2008 1996 2008 2002 2008 2008 2009

4X200 METER RELAY 1:33.21 Nathandra John, Deborah Jones, Jamee Jones, Virgil Hodge + 1:33.63 Larissa Bakasa, Donita Harmon, Kandis Bell, Virgil Hodge 1:33.63 Cyntrece Spencer, Shareen Sharrieff, Catoshia Lewis, G. Jackson 1:33.94 Laʼ Toya White, Donita Harmon, Larissa Bakasa, Monica Twum 1:34.10 Larissa Bakasa, Donita Harmon, Kandis Bell, Virgil Hodge 1:34.87 Laʼ Toya White, Chaunte Baldwin, Tiffany Starts, Larissa Bakasa 1:34.93 Laʼ Toya White, Donita Harmon, Kandis Bell, Monica Twum + all-time TCU school record

2007 2004 1997 2003 2004 2002 2003

4X400 METER RELAY 3:30.00 Marquita Davis, Deborah Jones, Kishelle Paul, Nathandra John + 3:31.49 Marquita Davis, Deborah Jones, Donita Harmon, Nathandra John 3:32.06 Marquita Davis, Deborah Jones, Kishelle Paul, Nathandra John 3:32.82 Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Kristal Juarez, Jessica Young 3:33.01 Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Shekila Wilkinson, Jessica Young 3:33.37 Kishelle Paul, Deborah Jones, Brittany Blaylock, Nathandra John 3:33.63 Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Hayley Shade, Jessica Young 3:33.82 Kishelle Paul, Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Nathandra John 3:34.01 Kishelle Paul, Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Nathandra John 3:34.16 Marquita Davis, Deborah Jones, Kishelle Paul, Nathandra John 3:34.52 Tiara Miller, Meaghan Ryan, Shekila Wilkinson, LaQuinta Ross 3:34.69 Marquita Davis, Deborah Jones, Kishelle Paul, Nathandra John 3:35.42 Kishelle Paul, Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Nathandra John 3:35.52 Kishelle Paul, Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Nathandra John 3:36.10 Kishelle Paul, Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Nathandra John 3:36.45 Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Hayley Shade, Jessica Young 3:36.63 Marquita Davis, Deborah Jones, Kishelle Paul, Nathandra John 3:36.56 Kishelle Paul, Hayley Shade, Meghan Ryan, Kristal Juarez 3:36.66 Hayley Shade, Kishelle Paul, Jessica Clarke, Jessica Young 3:36.78 Deborah Jones, Jamee Jones, Donita Harmon, Nathandra John 3:37.02 Marquita Davis, Jamee Jones, Kishelle Paul, Deborah Jones 3:37.03 Larissa Bakasa, Deborah Jones, Jamee Jones, Donita Harmon 3:37.31 Marquita Davis, Deborah Jones, Kishelle Paul, Nathandra John 3:37.33 Kishelle Paul, Deborah Jones, Marquita Davis, Nathandra John + all-time TCU school record

2006 2005 2006 2009 2009 2007 2009 2007 2007 2006 2009 2006 2007 2007 2007 2009 2006 2009 2009 2005 2006 2004 2006 2007

SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY 4:04.53 Cyntrece Spencer, Dywana Crudup, LaKissha Brown, Kim Dooley 4:09.25 LaKissha Brown, Giesla Jackson, Alayah Cooper, Kim Dooley

1997 1996

+ national collegiate dual meet record — at UCLA ++ all-time collegiate record — at Penn Relays

Kishelle Paul | 2006-2009

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CONFERENCE INDOOR PERFORMANCES

TCU All-Time

CONFERENCE INDOOR MEN MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) MWC Champ (Pts.) 2009 2 (117) BYU (224) 2008 2 (128) BYU (169) 2007 5 (69) BYU (180) 2006 3 (106) BYU (206) CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) C-USA Champ (Pts.) 2005 2 (101) Houston (201) 2004 6 (51) Houston (184) 2003 2 (93.5) Houston (155) 2002 1 (133) TCU (133)

Site Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M.

Site Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Bloomington, Ind.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) WAC Champ (Pts.) 2001 1 (160.5) TCU (160.5) 2000 1 (131) TCU (131) 1999 2 (92) BYU (134) 1998 5 (62) BYU (149.5) 1997 8 (40) BYU (117)

Site Reno, Nev. Houston, Texas Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo.

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) SWC Champ (Pts.) 1996 5 (51) Baylor (107) 1995 6 (41) Rice (108) 1994 8 (19) Texas (100) 1993 7 (22) Texas (102) 1992 6 (33) Texas (140) 1991 7 (30) Arkansas (151) 1990 8 (13) Arkansas (146.5) 1989 8 (22) Arkansas (130) 1988 7 (31) Arkansas (143.5) 1987 9 (10) Arkansas (93) 1986 8 (21) Arkansas (92) 1985 8 (22) Arkansas (156) 1984 8 (11) Arkansas (118) 1983 9 (11) Arkansas (137) 1982 7 (38) Arkansas (129) 1981 T7 (21) Arkansas (91) 1980 8 (15) Texas A&M (102) 1979 T8 (16) Arkansas (92) 1978 9 (12) Houston (93) 1977 9 (1) Houston (43.5) 1976 8 (14) Baylor (61.5) 1975 5 (24) Texas (57) 1974 9 (0) Texas (96.3)

Site Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth Fort Worth

WOMEN MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) MWC Champ (Pts.) 2009 5 (78) BYU (224) 2008 1 (129) TCU (129) 2007 3 (116) BYU (179) 2006 3 (98) Colorado State (156.50) CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) C-USA Champ (Pts.) 2005 T8 (40) Houston (137) 2004 1 (125) TCU (125) 2003 4 (70) Houston (135.5) 2002 5 (52) Houston (107)

Site Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Albuquerque, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M.

Site Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Bloomington, Ind.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) WAC Champ (Pts.) 2001 4 (90) Rice (144.5) 2000 6 (39) Rice (163) 1999 7 (44) BYU (181.5) 1998 6 (43) BYU (183.5) 1997 6 (37) BYU (163)

Site Reno, Nev. Houston, Texas Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo.

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) SWC Champ (Pts.) 1996 8 (6) Texas (123) 1995 T7 (14) Texas (136) 1994 7 (10) Texas (107) 1993 6 (56) Texas (104) 1992 7 (6) Texas (118) 1991 8 (5) Texas (141) 1990 9 (5) Texas (127) 1989 8 (6) Texas (137) 1988 6 (32) Texas (185) 1987 6 (14) tie-Texas & Houston (110) 1986 6 (10) Texas (180) 1985 4 (36) Texas (159) 1984 8 (5) Houston (146) 1983 8 (1) Houston (158)

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CONFERENCE INDOOR CHAMPIONS MEN 55 METERS SWC 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1989 60 METERS MWC 2009 2008 2007 2006 60 YARDS SWC 1983 1976 1975

Donovan Powell Donovan Powell Jimmy Oliver Horatio Porter Jon Drummond Raymond Stewart

Andon Mitchell Andon Mitchell Delwayne Delaney Justyn Warner

Phillip Epps Lorenzo Ashford Bill Collins

200 METERS MWC 2008 Mychal Dungey C-USA 2002 Jermaine Joseph WAC 2001 Kim Collins 2000 Kim Collins 1998 Syan Williams SWC 1996 Brashant Carter 1992 Horatio Porter 400 METERS MWC 2006 Lewis Banda C-USA 2003 Brandon Simpson WAC 2001 Roy Williams SWC 2000 Roy Williams 1988 Tony Allen 440 YARDS SWC 1975 Andrew McKinney 800 METERS MWC 2006 Jackson Langat MILE RUN C-USA 2005 2002 WAC 2001

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6.29 6.26 6.26 6.27 6.25 6.14

6.81 6.70 6.68 6.77

6.09 6.01 6.20

MILE RUN SWC 1993

Eddie Crowe

3000 METERS MWC 2006 Kip Kangogo C-USA 2005 Kip Kangogo 2002 Eliud Njubi WAC 2001 Eliud Njubi 5000 METERS C-USA 2005 Kip Kangogo 2002 Herbert Mwangi WAC 2000 David Lagat 1999 David Lagat

4:07.00

8:19.36 8:24.03 8:19.73 8:28.31

14:40.76 14:30.53 14.38.24 14:12.02

21.52

60 METER HURDLES MWC 2009 Jordan Pitts 2008 Jordan Pitts C-USA 2003 Reggie Harrell 2002 LaTarence Dunbar

7.94 7.99

20.97 21.21 20.90

55 METER HURDLES WAC 2001 Reggie Harrell

7.47

21.52 21.33

4X400 METER RELAY MWC 2009 2008 2006 C-USA 2003 WAC 2001 2000 1997

21.17

46.69 47.53 47.10 47.52 46.67

49.3

1:49.93

Kip Kangogo Eliud Njubi

4:07.89 4:07.17

Eliud Njubi

4:06.93

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MILE RELAY SWC 1984 1982 1975 DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY C-USA 2005 SWC 1996 HIGH JUMP WAC 2001 Jason Howard 1999 Jason Howard

8.03 7.92

3:11.32 3:14.13 3:08.19 3:13.06 3:12.37 3:15.02 3:12.16

3:16.20 3:12.58 3:18.9

9:58.26 9:54.46

7-1.75 7-0.25

LONG JUMP C-USA 2004 Aundre Edwards 2003 Aundre Edwards 2002 Cleavon Dillon TRIPLE JUMP MWC 2008 Jonathan Jackson C-USA 2003 Brandal Lawrence 2002 Brandal Lawrence WAC 2001 Brandal Lawrence FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR MWC 2007 2006 WOMEN 60 METERS MWC 2009 Jessica Young 2008 Virgil Hodge 2007 Virgil Hodge C-USA 2003 2002 WAC 2000

53-04.25 51-11.00 50-8.00 51-1.75

Dell Guy Justyn Warner

7.26 7.30 7.37

Monica Twum Monica Twum

7.43 7.47

Dywana Crudup

7.51

WOMEN 55 METERS WAC 2001 Monica Twum 1997 Catoshia Lewis 200 METERS MWC 2009 Jessica Clarke 2008 Virgil Hodge 2007 Virgil Hodge 2006 Virgil Hodge C-USA 2004 Donita Harmon WAC 2001 Monica Twum 400 METERS MWC 2009 Jessica Young 2006 Deborah Jones C-USA 2004 Larissa Bakasa MILE RUN MWC 2006

24-11.25 25-6.25 25-6.00

Calandra Stewart

6.84 6.80

24.12 23.53 23.27 23.46 24.09 24.10

53.81 53.98 54.91

4:59.20

5000 METERS C-USA 2004 Mary Kinyanjui 60 METER HURDLES MWC 2008 Kishelle Paul 2006 Kishelle Paul C-USA 2004 MaKeatha Cooper 4X400 METER RELAY MWC 2009 2008 2007 2006 C-USA 2005 2004 SHOT PUT MWC 2009 2008 2007 2006 SWC 1995 1993

Candis Kelley Candis Kelley Candis Kelley Candis Kelley Stevanie Wadsworth Stevanie Wadsworth

17:02.34

8.37 8.62 8.30 3:42.66 3:45.47 3:40.41 3:45.09 3:42.58

50-02.75 49-05.00 49-05.50 48-07.50 54-4.50 55-0.25

LONG JUMP MWC 2008 Neidra Covington

20-06.50

TRIPLE JUMP MWC 2008 Neidra Covington 2007 Neidra Covington

44-00.00 42-09.75

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR MWC 2007 Neidra Covington High-Point Award MWC 2007 Virgil Hodge Women’s Outstanding Performance Award MWC 2009 Jessica Young 2008 Virgil Hodge Female Coach of the Year Award MWC 2008 Darryl Anderson

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CONFERENCE OUTDOOR PERFORMANCES

TCU All-Time

CONFERENCE OUTDOOR MEN MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) MWC Champ (Pts.) 2009 2 (125) BYU (190) 2008 2 (192) BYU (210) 2007 4 (123) BYU (214) 2006 3 (143) BYU (248) CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) C-USA Champ (Pts.) 2005 2 (105) Houston (201) 2004 6 (63) Cincinnati (170.5) 2003 5 (76) Houston (140.5) 2002 1 (132.5) TCU (132.5) WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) WAC Champ (Pts.) 2001 1 (162) TCU (162) 2000 2 (132) SMU (146) 1999 4 (87) BYU (190.5) 1998 3 (107) BYU (22) 1997 8 (71) UTEP (141) SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) SWC Champ (Pts.) 1996 7 (34) Texas (129) 1995 6 (61) Texas (157) 1994 8 (25) Texas (143.75) 1993 7 (42) Texas (130) 1992 6 (60) Texas (151) 1991 T3 (87) Arkansas (218) 1990 7 (53) Arkansas (162) 1989 6 (53) Arkansas (163) 1988 8 (45) Arkansas (155) 1987 7 (29) Texas (145) 1986 7 (39.5) Texas (115) 1985 9 (32) Arkansas (167) 1984 9 (20) Arkansas (142) 1983 7 (46) Arkansas (133) 1982 8 (28) Arkansas (134) 1981 7 (29.25) Texas A&M (121.75) 1980 9 (10) Texas A&M (138) 1979 8 (29) Texas (110) 1978 9 (4) Texas A&M (126) 1977 9 (2) Texas (127.5) 1976 8 (23) Texas (119) 1975 7 (37) Texas (101) 1974 6 (42) Texas (162)

Site Laramie, Wyo. Fort Worth, Texas San Diego, Calif. Provo, Utah

Site Houston, Texas Louisville, Ky. Charlotte, N.C. Louisville, Ky.

Site Fresno, Calif. El Paso, Texas Fort Collins, Colo. Houston San Diego, Calif.

Site Lubbock Austin Houston Austin College Station Houston College Station Waco Austin Lubbock Houston Fayetteville, Ark. Austin Fort Worth Houston Dallas Waco Austin Austin Austin Waco Lubbock Houston

MEN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) SWC Champ (Pts.) 1973 6 (39.5) Texas (164) 1972 6 (35) Texas (141) 1971 6 (13) Rice (60.5) 1970 4 (26) Texas A&M (72.5) 1969 7 (11) Texas (62) 1968 8 (4) Texas (66) 1967 8 (7) Rice (60) 1966 8 (11) Texas (58) 1965 8 (3) Rice (67.5) 1964 8 (1) Rice (61) 1963 8 (12) Baylor (64.2) 1962 6 (23.5) Baylor (73.9) 1961 8 (12.5) Texas (68.5) 1960 8 (13.33) Baylor (79) 1959 8 (15.5) Texas (87.5) 1958 6 (15.5) Texas (91) 1957 7 (10.5) Texas (114.83) 1956 6 (22) Texas (76) 1955 7 (6) Texas (78.5) 1954 7 (14) Texas (95.75) 1953 7 (10) Texas A&M (104) 1952 7 (6.5) Texas A&M (95.5) 1950 7 (5) Texas (60) 1949 7 (1) Texas A&M (55.25) 1948 dnc Texas A&M (64.5) 1947 T6 (0) Texas A&M (59.33) 1946 7 (4) Texas (53.75) 1945 6 (0) Texas (79.083) 1944 dnc Texas (89.214) 1943 dnc Texas A&M (68) 1942 5 (9) Texas (57.25) 1941 7 (5.5) Texas (64) 1940 7 (6) Texas (62) 1939 7 (6.5) Rice (56) 1938 4 (16) Rice (55.4) 1937 tie-5 (8) Texas (66) 1936 6 (9) Texas (64.5) 1935 7 (1) Texas (73.5) 1934 5 (3) Texas (77) 1933 4 (14) Texas (57.33) 1932 5 (26) Texas (49.33) 1931 5 (17) Rice (48.5) 1930 T5 (10) Texas A&M (51.66) 1929 5 (8) Texas A&M (58.25) 1928 7 (0) Rice (53) 1927 6 (10.5) Texas (58.5) 1926 6 (5) Texas (62.33) 1925 7 (3) Texas (62.75) 1924 6 (5.75) Texas (67.5) 1923 7 (6) Texas (65.5)

Site Austin Fayetteville College Station Pasadena Waco Fort Worth Dallas Austin College Station Lubbock Fayetteville Waco Houston Fort Worth College Station Dallas Austin Fayetteville, Ark. Houston Waco Fort Worth Dallas Austin Fayetteville, Ark. Houston Waco College Station Dallas Austin Houston Dallas Austin Houston College Station Dallas Austin Houston College Station Dallas Austin Houston Fort Worth College Station Dallas Austin Houston Fort Worth College Station Austin Stillwater, Okla.

WOMEN MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) MWC Champ (Pts.) 2009 2 (139) BYU (214) 2008 4 (126) Colorado State (187) 2007 2 (152) BYU (195) 2006 3 (144) BYU (183)

Site Laramie, Wyo. Fort Worth, Texas San Diego, Calif. Provo, Utah

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) C-USA Champ (Pts.) 2005 6 (58) Houston (137) 2004 2 (120) Houston (121) 2003 3 (89) USF (147) 2002 4 (65) Houston (144)

Site Houston, Texas Louisville, Ky. Charlotte, N.C. Louisville, Ky.

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) WAC Champ (Pts.) 2001 T3 (110) Rice (142.5) 2000 6 (64) Rice (163) 1999 10 (38) BYU (214) 1998 7 (59) BYU (249) 1997 4 (57) BYU (231) SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts.) SWC Champ (Pts.) Site 1996 8 (15) Texas (144) 1995 T7 (25) Texas (122) 1994 8 (10) Texas (150) 1993 6 (34) Texas (136) 1992 8 (4) Texas (140) 1991 8 (12) Texas (188) 1990 8 (29) Houston (138) 1989 7 (26) Texas (191) 1988 7 (25) Texas (233) 1987 6 (34) Texas (209) 1986 4 (18) Texas (241) 1985 5 (34) Texas (182) 1984 8 (1) Houston (223) 1983 8 (5) Houston (177)

Site Fresno, Calif. El Paso Fort Collins, Colo. Houston San Diego, Calif.

Lubbock Austin Houston Austin College Station Houston College Station Waco Austin Lubbock Houston Fayetteville, Ark. Austin Fort Worth

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CONFERENCE OUTDOOR CHAMPIONS MEN 100 METERS MWC 2009 Andon Mitchell 10.26 2008 Justyn Warner 10.44 2007 Delwayne Delaney 10.40 2006 Otis McDaniel 10.29 C-USA 2005 Bradley Reed 10.46 2004 Michael Frater 10.20 2002 Michael Frater 10.07 WAC 2000 Kim Collins 10.13 SWC 1995 Donovan Powell 10.07 1994 Donovan Powell 10.37 1991 Jon Drummond 10.12w 1989 Raymond Stewart 9.97 1988 Raymond Stewart 10.01w 1987 Raymond Stewart 9.99w 100 YARDS SWC 1975 Bill Collins 1974 Bill Collins 1931 Dick Houser

9.4 9.5 9.6

200 METERS MWC 2009 Mychal Dungey 20.67 2008 Otis McDaniel 20.60 2007 Delwayne Delaney 21.24 2006 Otis McDaniel 20.35 C-USA 2002 Michael Frater 20.45 WAC 2001 Kim Collins 20.34 1998 Jarmiene Holloway 20.55 SWC 1996 Brashant Carter 20.39w 1995 Brashant Carter 20.58 1983 Phillip Epps 20.63 1982 Phillip Epps 20.47 220 YARDS SWC 1930 Cy Leland 1929 Cy Leland 1927 Kenneth McCorkle

20.9 22.6 22.0

400 METERS MWC 2006 Lewis Banda 45.90 C-USA 2003 Brandon Simpson 45.65 WAC 2001 David Spencer 46.29 2000 Johnny L. Collins II 45.26 1999 Johnny L. Collins II 46.36a

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MEN 800 METERS MWC 2006 Jackson Langat 1:48.15 C-USA 2005 Jackson Langat 1:47.38 2002 Jason Morgan 1:50.80 WAC 2001 Eliud Njubi 1:50.30 1998 Khadevis Robinson1:46.06 SWC 1996 Khadevis Robinson1:50.79 1989 William Maru 1:48.65 1985 Johnny Walker 1:48.20 1500 METERS C-USA 2005 Kip Kangogo WAC 2001 Eliud Njubi SWC 1993 Glen LeGros 5000 METERS C-USA 2005 Kip Kangogo 2002 Herbert Mwangi WAC 2001 Eliud Njubi 10,000 METERS C-USA 2002 Herbert Mwangi WAC 2001 Herbert Mwangi

3:43.82 3:47.19 3:51.97

14:29.48 14:38.79 14:45.47

29:43.67 30:38.12

110 METER HIGH HURDLES MWC 2009 Jordan Pitts 2008 Jordan Pitts C-USA 2003 Reggie Harrell WAC 2001 Reggie Harrell 1999 LaTarence Dunbar 120 YARD HIGH HURDLES SWC 1970 Larry McBryde 1962 Bobby Bernard 1956 Bill Curtis 1954 Bill Curtis 1933 Charles Casper 1932 Charles Casper 400 METER HURDLES MWC 2008 Jordan Pitts 2007 Clint Renfro WAC 1998 Clayton Brookins

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14.44 14.12 13.74 13.73 13.82

14.1 14.0w 14.0 14.5 14.7 15.0

51.94 51.42 50.91

MEN 4X100 METER RELAY MWC 2009 2008 2007 2006 C-USA 2004 2002 WAC 2001 1997 SWC 1996 1995 1992 1991 1989 1987 1986 1983 440 YARD RELAY SWC 1975 4X400 METER RELAY MWC 2009 2008 2007 C-USA 2005 2004 2003 WAC 2000 1999 1998 1997 SWC 1983

39.42 40.03 40.39 39.52 40.10 39:17 39.13 39.13 39.53 39.53 38.90 39.11 39.06 39.02 39.42

40.0

3:08.18 3:10.77 3:08.09 3:05.70 3:08.43 3:05.09 3:06.87 3:07.42 3:05.68 3:08.06 3:05.41

LONG JUMP MWC 2007 Jonathan Jackson23-06.00 C-USA 2004 Aundre Edwards 24-04.25 2003 Aundre Edwards 24-11.25 SWC 1970 Carl Mills 24-07.75 1969 Carl Mills 25-08.25w 1955 Joe Craig 23-06.50 TRIPLE JUMP MWC 2008 Jonathan Jackson51-02.25 2007 Jonathan Jackson52-10.75 2006 Jonathan Jackson49-11.75

MEN TRIPLE JUMP C-USA 2003 Brandal Lawrence50-10.00 2002 Brandal Lawrence52-01.25 WAC 2001 Abdul Rasheed 53-01.50 HIGH JUMP SWC 1967 Robert Nees 1963 Jackie Upton 1962 Jackie Upton 1961 Jackie Upton 1923 Morris Parker

6-10.00 6-6.00 6-8.00 6-5.75 5-10.00

POLE VAULT SWC 1959 Mike Howell

13-6

SHOT PUT SWC 1992 Jordy Reynolds 1990 Jordy Reynolds 1950 John Morton 1938 Bob Cooke

62-05.25 62-01.00 49-04.50 48-04.25

Discus MWC 2009 Tommy Killen JAVELIN MWC 2008 Joe Brown SWC 1954 Wes Ritchey

179-02

221-07 199-04.50

220 YARD LOW HURDLES SWC 1933 Charles Cooper 1932 Charles Cooper

23.4 23.2

HIGH POINT PERFORMERS C-USA 2002 Michael Frater 30 points WAC 2001 Eliud Njubi 30 points SWC 1975 Bill Collins 20.5 points 1976 Jerry Thomas 18 points OUTSTANDING PERFORMER MWC 2006 Otis McDaniel

WOMEN 100 METERS MWC 2009 Jessica Young 2008 Virgil Hodge 2007 Virgil Hodge 2006 Virgil Hodge C-USA 2003 Monica Twum WAC 2001 Monica Twum 1998 Tinesha Hackney SWC 1993 Beverly McDonald 200 METERS MWC 2009 Jessica Young 2008 Virgil Hodge 2007 Virgil Hodge 2006 Virgil Hodge C-USA 2004 Donita Harmon WAC 2001 Monica Twum SWC 1993 Beverly McDonald 400 METERS MWC 2008 Jessica Clarke 2007 Deborah Jones 2006 Nathandra John C-USA 2004 Larissa Bakasa WAC 2000 Dywana Crudup

11.25 11.21 11.40 11.24 11.47 11.31 11.43 11.19

23.17 22.94 23.04 22.89 23.14 23.27 22.68

52.52 52.50 52.31 54.25 53.08

1500 METERS MWC 2006 Calandra Stewart 4:34.40 5000 METERS C-USA 2004 Mary Kinyanjui 2003 Mary Kinyanjui WAC 2000 Robin Schach

17:07.93 16:47.84 17:39.83

10000 METERS MWC 2007 McKale Davis 100 METER HURDLES MWC 2009 Kishelle Paul 2008 Kishelle Paul 2007 Kishelle Paul 2006 Kishelle Paul C-USA

13.38 13.38 13.71 13.79

2004 MaKeatha Cooper WOMEN 4X100 METER RELAY MWC 2009 2008 2007 2006 C-USA 2005 2003 2002 WAC 2001 2000 1998 1997 4X400 METER RELAY MWC 2008 2007 2006 C-USA 2005 2004 SHOT PUT MWC 2009 Stormy Harrison 2008 Stormy Harrison 2007 Canids Kelley 2006 Candis Kelley SWC 1995 S. Wadsworth 1993 S. Wadsworth

13.37

44.66 44.36 44.49 44.23 44.59 44.86 44.25 44.19 44.69 44.21 43.70

3:39.61 3:35.42 3:37.31 3:34.82 3:39.95

52-06.75 52-02.50 51-01.75 50-06.25 53-07.50 56-04.75

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CONFERENCE CROSS COUNTRY

TCU All-Time

CONFERENCE CROSS COUNTRY MEN MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) 2009 6 (186) New Mexico (29) 2008 6 (156) BYU (38) 2007 6 (167) BYU (46) 2006 6 (153) BYU (27) 2005 6 (140) BYU (27) CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) 2004 8 (244) Houston (73) 2003 9 (230) Marquette (43) 2002 T9 (253) Charlotte (53) 2001 8 (220) Tulane (61)

Ind. Champion Jacob Kirwa Mark Korir Jeremy Johnson Josh Rohatinsky Josh Rohatinsky

Site Orem San Diego Albuquerque Salt Lake City Fort Collins

Ind. Champion Site Mate Nemeth, Memphis Chicago Kyle MacKenzie, ECU Tampa Andrew Smith, USF Hattiesburg Eliud Njubi, TCU Greenville

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) Ind. Champion 2000 6 (111) SMU (54) Eliud Njubi, TCU 1999 4 (87) Rice (56) Clyde Colenso, SMU 1998 7 (152) BYU (77) Jeff Simonich, Utah 1997 8 (235) BYU (46) Damien Kallabis, UTEP 1996 10 (259) Air Force (66) Mark Ostendarp, UTEP

Site Tulsa Fresno Houston Fresno Dallas

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) Ind. Champion Site 1995 8 (dns) SMU (38) Matt Priest, A&M Waco 1994 7 (167) Baylor (44) Kamiel Maase, Texas Lubbock 1993 6 (132) Texas (62) Brian Keim, Baylor Dallas 1992 4 (75) Baylor (34) Glen LeGros, TCU Webster 1991 5 (150) Texas (20) Glen LeGros, TCU Austin 1990 6 (142) Arkansas (15) Brian Baker, Ark. College Station 1989 6 (148) Arkansas (27) Tim Gargiulo, SMU Dallas 1988 9 (226) Arkansas (24) Reuben Reina, Ark. Willis 1987 n/a Arkansas (38) Harry Green, Texas Fayetteville 1986 9 (260) Arkansas (21) Joe Falcon, Ark. Waco 1985 n/a Arkansas (26) Anthony Smith, UH Georgetown 1984 n/a Arkansas (35) David Swain, Ark. Lubbock 1983 n/a Arkansas (29) Tom Moloney, Ark. Houston 1982 n/a Arkansas (21) Sam Sitonik, Texas Georgetown 1981 n/a Arkansas (32) David Barney, Ark. College Station 1980 9 (252) Arkansas (23) Mark Anderson, Ark. Dallas 1979 n/a Arkansas (36) Mike Novelli, Rice Willis 1978 9 (256) Arkansas (29) Mark Anderson, Ark. Fayetteville 1977 9 (264) Arkansas (59) Mike Novelli, Rice Waco 1976 n/a Arkansas (29) Niall OʼShaughnessy, Ark. Lubbock 1975 n/a Arkansas (36) Randy Melancon, Ark. Houston 1974 9 (257) Arkansas (30) Jeff Wells, Rice Houston 1973 n/a Texas (40) Jeff Wells, Rice Austin 1972 9 (179) Texas (29) Rick Yarbrough, Texas College Station 1971 n/a SMU (30) Peter Morales, Baylor Dallas

MEN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) Ind. Champion Site 1970 5 (111) SMU (28) Tom Gardner, Texas Fayetteville 1969 3 (61) SMU (52) Fred Cooper, Texas Lubbock 1968 4 (118) SMU (34) Brian Woolsey, Texas Waco 1967 n/a Texas (41) Brian Woolsey, Texas Austin 1966 n/a Arkansas (37) John Heffner, A&M College Station 1965 n/a Texas (28) Preston Davis, Texas Dallas 1964 n/a Texas (20) Richard Romo, Texas Austin 1963 n/a Texas (34) Preston Davis, Texas Fayetteville 1962 n/a Texas A&M E.L. Ener, A&M College Station 1961 n/a Texas A&M E.L. Ener, A&M Dallas 1960 n/a Texas n/a Austin 1959 n/a Arkansas (24) Jan Ahlberg, SMU Fayetteville 1958 n/a Arkansas (37) Jan Ahlberg, SMU Fort Worth 1957 3 (73) Arkansas (30) Ray Dyck, Arkansas Waco 1956 n/a Arkansas n/a College Station 1955 n/a Texas n/a Austin 1954 n/a Texas n/a College Station 1953 n/a Texas A&M James Blaine, A&M Dallas 1952 n/a Texas A&M James Blaine, A&M Austin 1951 n/a Arkansas James Blaine, A&M Fayetteville 1950 n/a Arkansas n/a College Station 1949 n/a Texas A&M Julian Herring, A&M Austin 1948 n/a Texas A&M n/a College Station 1947 n/a Texas n/a Austin 1946 n/a Texas (17) n/a n/a 1945 n/a Texas A&M n/a n/a 1944 n/a Texas n/a n/a 1943 n/a Texas n/a n/a 1942 n/a Texas n/a n/a 1941 n/a Texas (26) n/a n/a 1940 n/a Texas (20) n/a n/a 1939 n/a Texas (19) n/a n/a 1938 n/a Texas n/a n/a 1937 n/a Texas (23) n/a n/a 1936 n/a Texas (19) n/a n/a 1935 n/a Texas (21) n/a n/a 1934 n/a Texas (26) n/a n/a 1933 n/a A&M/Texas n/a n/a 1932 n/a Texas (26) n/a n/a 1931 n/a Texas (23) n/a n/a 1930 n/a Texas (29) n/a n/a 1929 n/a Texas A&M n/a n/a 1928 n/a Texas A&M n/a n/a 1927 n/a Texas A&M n/a College Station 1926 n/a Rice n/a College Station 1925 n/a Texas A&M n/a Houston 1924 n/a Texas n/a n/a 1923 n/a Texas n/a Dallas 1922 n/a Texas A&M n/a Stillwater 1921 n/a n/a n/a College Station 1920 n/a n/a n/a College Station

WOMEN MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) 2009 7 (196) New Mexico (24) 2008 8 (195) New Mexico (31) 2007 8 (224) CSU (33) 2006 5 (121) BYU (35) 2005 8 (192) BYU (23)

Ind. Champion Cecily Lemmon Angela Wagner April Thomas Kassi Andersen Heidi Magill

CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) 2004 2 (93) Marquette (66) 2003 2 (55) Marquette (43) 2002 5 (166) Marquette (29) 2001 3 (85) Marquette (46)

Ind. Champion Mary Kinyanjui, TCU Mary Kinyanjui, TCU Erin Moffett, DePaul Gladyʼs Keitany, TCU

Site Orem San Diego Albuquerque Salt Lake City Fort Collins

WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) Ind. Champion 2000 1 (35) TCU Gladyʼs Keitany, TCU 1999 2 (63) Rice (50) Fride Vullum, Tulsa 1998 3 (107) BYU (22) Maggie Chan, BYU 1997 13 (317) BYU (17) Courtney Pugmire, BYU 1996 14 (368) BYU (23) Courtney Pugmire, BYU

Site Chicago Tampa Hattiesburg Greenville

Site Tulsa Fresno Houston Fresno Dallas

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TCU Year Finish (Pts) Champion (Pts) Ind. Champion Site 1995 8 (dnf) SMU (27) Katie Swords, SMU Waco 1994 8 (207) Rice (31) Katie Swords, SMU Lubbock 1993 8 (230) Baylor (31) Sally Geis, Baylor Dallas 1992 8 (198) Baylor (21) Sally Geis, Baylor Webster 1991 7 (165) Baylor (30) Nat Nalepa, Baylor Austin 1990 5 (150) Baylor (29) Nat Nalepa, Baylor College Station 1989 7 (188) Texas (45) Tina Hall, Texas Dallas 1988 7 (187) Arkansas (30) Sally Ramsdale, Ark. Willis 1987 6 (152) Texas (32) Trina Leopold, Texas Fayetteville 1986 6 (165) Texas (23) Annie Schweitzer, Texas Waco 1985 n/a Houston/UT (38) Annie Schweitzer, Texas Georgetown 1984 n/a Houston (36) Nora Collas, Houston Lubbock 1983 n/a Houston (36) Tara Arnold, Texas Houston 1982 n/a Houston (36) Lori Nelson, Texas Georgetown * Conference USA celebrated its 10th anniversary during the 2004-05 season. In conjunction, the league named a Team of the Decade for each of the conferenceʼs 19 sports. TCU, which has only been in the league since the 2000-01 season, was represented by one male and two female runners: Eliud Njubi (2001); Mary Kinyanjui (2002-03) and Gladyʼs Keitany (2001).

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PENN RELAYS

PENN RELAYS HISTORY OUTSTANDING MALE COLLEGE ATHLETE Presented by Philadelphia Sportswriters Association 1990 Jon Drummond 1986 TCU 4x100 and 4x400 relays INDIVIDUAL COLLEGE ATHLETE OF THE MEET Presented by Philadelphia Sportswriters Association 2008 Jonathan Jackson MENʼS 4X100 METER RELAY (4) 1991 Jon Drummond, Carey Johnson, Ralston Wright, Horatio Porter 1990 Horatio Porter, Ralston Wright, Raymond Redmond, Derrick Thomas 1987 Greg Sholars, Andrew Smith, Tony Allen, Raymond Stewart 1986 Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Leroy Reid, Greg Sholars MENʼS 4X200 METER RELAY (4) 1990 Horatio Porter, Ralston Wright, Raymond Redmond, Derrick Thomas 1989 1987 Greg Sholars, Andrew Smith, Tony Allen, Raymond Stewart 1986 Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Leroy Reid, Greg Sholars MENʼS 4X400 METER RELAY (2) 2000 Roy Williams, Anthony Amantine, Kendrick Campbell, J. L. Collins 2008 Che Chavez, Dell Guy, Clemore Henry and Matthew Love MENʼS 100 METER DASH (2) 1994 Donovan Powell 1991 Jon Drummond OLYMPIC DEVELOPMENT MILE (1) 2001 Eliud Njubi MASTERS (55) 100-METER DASH (1) 2008 Bill Collins

38.80 (Penn Relays Record) 39.33 39.26 39.11 1:21.28 1:21.70 1:21.99 1:20.20 (Penn Relays Record ; Collegiate Record) 3:05.76 3:07.83 10.22 10.23 3:56.84 11.44

MENʼS LONG JUMP (2) 2003 Aundre Edwards 2008 Jonathan Jackson

26-02.75 (7.99m) 24-2.5 (7.38m)

MENʼS TRIPLE JUMP (1) 2008 Jonathan Jackson

54-3.75 (16.55)

MENʼS SHOT PUT (2) 1992 Jordy Reynolds 1991 Jordy Reynolds WOMEN'S 4X400 METER RELAY (2) 2005 Deborah Jones, Jamee Jones, Donita Harmon, Nathandra Jones 2008 Jessica Clarke, S. Wilkinson, Meaghan Peoples and Kishelle Paul WOMENʼS SHOT PUT (2) 1992 Stevanie Wadsworth-Ferguson 2008 Candis Kelley WALL OF FAME 1986 4x200 Meter Relay Team 1991 4x100 Meter Relay Team

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62-11.25 (19.18m) 61-06.75 (18.76m) 3:36.43 3:39.72 54-0 (16.46m) 51-3.75 (15.64m) Enshrined in 2001 Enshrined in 2008

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TEXAS RELAYS

TEXAS RELAYS HISTORY MOST OUTSTANDING PERFORMER (2) 2001 Kim Collins * 2000 Kim Collins ^ MOST OUTSTANDING TEAM (2) 1991 TCU Men (won 4x100-meter relay, won 4x200-meter relay, won shot put) 1988 TCU Men (won 4x100-meter relay) UNIVERSITY MENʼS 4X100 METER RELAY (6) 1996 1991 1989 1988 1987 1986 WOMENʼS UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE 4X100 METER RELAY (1) 1997

39.20 39.23 39.08 39.43 39.13 38.97 43.80

UNIVERSITY MENʼS 4X200 METER RELAY (8) 2000 1:23.34 (Roy Williams, Anthony Amantine, Kendrick Campbell, Johnny L. Collins II) 1993 1:22.31 1992 1:21.76 1991 1:22.40 1989 1:22.13 1988 1:21.43 1983 1:22.30 1975 1:23.9 UNIVERSITY MENʼS SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY (2) 1998 1982 UNIVERSITY MENʼS DISTANCE MEDLEY RELAY (1) 1993

UNIVERSITY MENʼS 5000 METERS (3) 2001 Herbert Mwangi 2000 David Lagat 1999 David Lagat

14:20.96 14:46.31 14:30.96

UNIVERSITY MENʼS TRIPLE JUMP (1) 2006 Jonathan Jackson

51-07.00

UNIVERSITY WOMEN SHOT PUT SECTION B 2008 Candis Kelley

49-08.25

MENʼS COLLEGE 10-METER HURDLES (1) 1953 Bill Curtis UNIVERSITY MENʼS HIGH JUMP (1) 1963 Jackie Upton UNIVERSITY MENʼS JAVELIN (1) 1953 Wes Ritchey UNIVERSITY MENʼS SHOT PUT (4) 1992 Jordy Reynolds 1991 Jordy Reynolds 1990 Jordy Reynolds 1938 Hank Erwin

14.8 (JC/Fresh, 120 yards) 6-7 179-4 63-3 1/2 62-4 1/2 60-6 1/2 48-5 1/2

3:18.87 3:16.74

9:43.9

* (won Invitational 100-meter dash; anchor leg of winning 4x100 meter relay; leg of winning sprint medley relay) ^ (won Invitational 100-meter dash; anchor leg of winning 4x100-meter relay team)

MENʼS INVITATIONAL 100 METERS (3) 2001 Kim Collins 2000 Kim Collins 1987 Raymond Stewart UNIVERSITY MENʼS 100 METERS (2) 1975 Bill Collins (100 yards) 1930 Cy Leland (100 yards) UNIVERSITY MENʼS 1500 METERS (2) 1983 William Johnson 2008 Festus Kigen

9.99w 10.07w 9.80w 9.53 9.6 3:47.41 3:50.30

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ALL-TIME ROSTER wA Abdallah, Hosia (1993-95) Adams, Homer (1922) Adams, Woodrow (1941) Alexander, Charlie (1983) Alexander, Gerald (1984-86) Allen, Egypt (1984) Allen, Mike (1970) Allen, Tony (1986-88) Allinder, Sara (1980) Allison, Christopher (1996-97) Allison, Rebecca (1984-88) Amantine, Anthony (2000-01) Anderson, Amber (2008-09) Anderson, William (1933-34) Andrew, Shannon (2006-09) Anes, Alyssa (1996-99) Arnold, Disraeli (2001) Ashford, Lorenzo (1975-76) Ashton, Michael (1997) Aurelio, Fred (1986) Axtell, Herber (1924) wB Bailey, Richard (1919) Baity, Lisa (2008-09) Bakasa, Larissa (2001-04) Baker, JimAnne (2004-05) Baker, Kim (1990-93) Baker, Laura (1986-89) Baldwin, Chaunte (1999-02) Banda, Lewis (2005-06) Barnes, Mark (2009-10) Barr, Heidi (2004-08) Bassler, Charles (1913) Bates, Russel (1979-81) Battan, Martin (1921-22) Beckford, Rohan (1998-99) Beckman, Andrew (1990-93) Beckman, Molly (1992-95) Bell, Kandis (2003-06) Bell, Thomas (1981-83) Belmont, Patrick (1997-99) Benassi, Chris (2004) Bener, Ken (1980) Benz, Adam (2008-10) Bernard, Bobby (1960-61) Bevers, Marc (1998-99) Biancardi, Georgeanne (1999-02) Bishop, John (1971-73) Blackwell, Kelly (1988) Blakney, John (1973-74) Blaylock, Brittany (2007-09) Bledsoe, Albert (1993) Blevins, Kimberly (1982-83) Bloxom, Dave (1946-49) Boileau, Barbara (1981) Bolin, Houston (2005-06) Bond, John (1941) Bond, Steve (1970-71) Boone, Cleo (1976) Booth, Peter (1983) Boothe, Ashley (1998-99) Borchardt, Richard (2010) Bozeman, Alton (1995-97) Bozeman, Herbert (1907) Bradford, Cecil (1927) Bradshaw, Michaela (2009-10)

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wB Bradley, Jared (2001-02) Brasted, Fred (1927) Brawley, Nolan (1962-64) Braziel, Jerome (2002) Braziel, Jerrod (2001-02) Braziel, Lakeisha (1994) Breaux, Chaime (2004) Bredthauer, T.M. (1941) Breeding, Eugene (1922) Breeding, James (1953-55) Breisch, Jason (1994) Brewer, Liz (1980) Brigance, Myla (1993-95) Briscoe, Eugene (1922) Broadley, Karl (1919) Brookins, Clayton (1995-98) Brookins, Daryl (1981) Brooks, Tony (1986) Brown, Chris (1993) Brown, Ernest (1931) Brown, Harry (1946) Brown, Joe (2005-08) Brown, Lakissha (1995-97) Brown, Lynn (1932-33) Brown, Mike (1998) Bryant, Greg (1974-75) Buchanan, Waylon (1953) Buckner, Teryni (2009-10) Bulaich, Norman (1967) Bullin, Halie (2005-08) Bundren, Johnathan (2003-05) Burge, Jeni (1993) Burnett, Keith (1983-86) Burgress, Nicole (2009) Butler, Ami (2003) Butler, Quincy (2005-06) wC Campbell, David (1987-89) Campbell, Kendrick (2000-01) Cannon, Charles (1968) Cannon, Marcus (2009-10) Cannon, Michael (1984-88) Cantrell, John (1957-59) Cantrill, Ralph (1924-25) Carlisle, Amber (2007-10) Carter, Brashant (1993-95) Casper, Charles (1932-34) Cate, Bonnie (1993-95) Cate, Tom (1950) Cazeres, Gabriel (1947) Chappel, Robert (1932-34) Chappell, William (1938-39) Charles, Quinterra (2010) Charlton, John (1964-66) Chavez, Che (2004-08) Cherry, Blair (1921-23) Chevalier, Lilian (2009-10) Christopher, Quinitka (1995) Clarke, Jessica (2008-09) Clark, N.L. (1927-28) Clark, Poss (1926) Clark, Rex (1933-36) Clark, Robert (2005) Clifford, Pat (1936-38) Cochran, Daniel (1988) Coffman, Rob (2004)

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wC Coleman, Jacquinette (1990-93) Coleman, Kimton (2002) Coleman, Robin (1990-93) Collins, Bill (1971-75) Collins, Don (1978-80) Collins II, Johnny (1997-00) Collins, Kim (2000-01) Collins, Samantha (2010) Connor, Unique (2010) Cook, Bob (1938-40) Cook, Cody (2005-06) Cooper, Alayah (1995) Cooper, Jay (2005-08) Cooper, MaKeatha (2004-05) Copeland, Gordon (1931) Cosgrove, Katie (2003-04) Cotton, Kathy (1986) Cowan, Dallas (1993-95) Covington, Neidra (2007-10) Craig, Joe Bob (1954-55) Creer, Carl (1983-84) Crowder, Jonica (1995) Crowe, Eddie (1993) Croxton, Lesley (1987-89) Crudup, Dywana (1997-00) Crudup, Kahler (1997-99) Crum, Curt (1989) Crum, Kirk (1986) Crumpton, Steve (1985-88) Culwell, Clarence (1955-57) Culwell, Kathy (1982) Cunningham, Concho (1925-27) Cunningham, Ira (2000) Curtis, Bill (1954-56) Curtis, Julie (2003-06) wD Dacus, Weldon (1953) Daigle, Brian (1979) Dallas, L.O. (1931) Dalrymple, Ryan (2008-10) Dalton, Katie (2010) Davidson, Keith (1975-77) Davis, Arlon B. (1901) Davis, Chad (2009) Davis, Chessna (1996-99) Davis, Herb (1965-66) Davis, Lance (1920) Davis, Marquita (2004-06) Davis, McKale (2004-06) Davis, Randall (1984-86) Davis, Raymond (1982) Davis, Rebekah (1997) Dawell, Veronica (1989) Dawson, Elese (2005) Dawson, Kelly (2009-10) Dawson, Skye (2010) Dean, Deborah (1992-93) DeBardeleben, Newt (1994-95) Delaney, Delwayne (2005-06) Delaney, Phil (1974-76) DePriest, Michael (2005-06) Dennis, Ron (1990-93) Devine, Debora (1987-88) Dickinson, Curtis (1925-26) Dietrich, Cindy (2001-02) Dillon, Cleavon (2002-05)

wD Doherty, Shawn (1986) Donlon, Ed (1946-49) Dooley, Kim (1994-97) Dougherty, Anne (1980) Douglass, Joe (1958-60) Dowell, Veronica (1989-91) Downs, Pat (1973) Drummond, John (1990-91) Dunbar, LaTarence (1999-02) Duncan, Carroll (1954) Duncan, Charles (1951-54) Dungey, Mychal (2008-10) Dunivant, Lee (1937-39) Dunlap, George (1956) Dunn, David (1980-82) Dunn, John (1947-51) Durett, John (1935) Durham, Jordan (2005) wE Easley, Robert Hugh (1919) Edge, Sabrina (2000-01) Edwards, Aundre (2001-04) Edwards, Lloyd (1994-95) Emerson, Dave (2010) Ennis, April (1994-95) Epps, Phillip (1979-83) Erwin, Puss (1936-38) Estock, Cathy (1983-84) Evans, Lisa (1982-84) wF Fails, Charles (1973-74) Faulk, Jim (1957) Faust, Jason (1996-97) Fauver, Jim (1963) Fenner, Michelle (1988) Fenoglio, Crystal (2007-09) Ferguson, Byron (1986-89) Ferguson, Stevanie (1995) Finney, David (1955) Flack, Adam (2001) Flores, Robert (1956-58) Ford, Jamie (2001-02) Ford, Lisa (1986-89) Foster, Ricardo (1997-00) Foster, William (1981-83) Foust, Amanda (2007-09) Fowler, Chester (1920-21) Fowler, Mal (1952-53) Francen, Heidi (1997-00) Franklin, Sonja (1989-93) Frater, Michael (2001-04) Fulcher, John T. (1920-21) Fung, Nick (2009) Furr, Rodney (1983) wG Galante, Dan (2005) Gandy, Perry (1938) Garcia, Michael (2006) Gardiner, Charles (1993-94) Gardner, Buzz (1966-68) Gasaway, Regan (1960-62) Gaston, LeRoy (1994-95) Gathright, Robert (1953-55) Gerard, Matt (1991)

wG Gibson, Merl (1946) Ginavan, Dana Sue (1982) Gipson, Whitney (2009-10) Goff, Stephen (2002) Gomez, Andres (1994-97) Gonzales, Ruben (1955) Goodrich, Darla (1980-83) Gough, Leron (1909-10) Graham, Glenn (1968-70) Graves, Russel (1979-82) Green, Clois (1909) Green, Judge (1920-22) Groseclose, Robert (1939-41) Gross, Thomas (1981) Guy, Dell (2007-10) wH Hackney, George (1995-97) Hall, Johnny (1937-39) Hallford, Ray (1967-68) Hamilton, Shalondia (1985) Hamlin, Cedric (1921) Hanna, Emily (2010) Hanchak, Heather (1999-02) Hansen, Tom (1949) Hardin, David (1970-73) Harmon, Donita (2003-05) Harrel, Bob (1935) Harrell, Reggie (2001, 2003) Harris, David (2004) Harris, Ginger (1982) Harris, Rhonda (1992-94) Harris, Wylie (1920) Harrison, John (1983) Harrison, Stormy (2008-10) Harrison, Stuart (1999-02) Harrison, Wilbert (1935) Hartie, Shane (1993) Harvey, Alison (1997-00) Harwood, Alex (1907-08) Hawkins, Josh (2000) Hawkins, Saria (2010) Hays, Ben (1946-49) Hays, George (1949) Heard, Mike (1991) Heizer, Al (1960-62) Hejny, JimAnne (2006-08) Helm, Adam (2000) Hemphill, Susan (2001) Hendricks, Leah (2002) Hendricks, Tandra (1994-97 Henry, Clemore (2008-10) Henry, Colvern (1920) Henson, Dayna (1982-83) Henson, Tammy (1983) Hernandez, Jacob (2005) Hewitt, Chanel (2000-03) Hilburn, Charlie (1927-29) Hill, Liana (1998) Hill, Mark (1999-00) Hill, Paul (1934-35) Hill, Zane (2009-10) Hodge, Virgil (2004-08) Hoeffler, Paul (1951-53) Hoffman, Wilbur (1983-85) Holiday, Yolanda (1993-94) Holloway, Jarmiene (1998-99)

wH Hollingsworth, Holden (2008-10) Holmes, Shyra (1995-98) Hooks, Daryl (1981) Hoskins, Arionne (2009) Hostick, Cassie (2005-08) Houser, Dick (1931) Howard, Brian (1998-99) Howard, Jason (1999-01) Howard, Robert (1922-26) Howell, Foster (1931) Howell, Mike (1958-60) Hudgins, Tom (1946) Hunt, Leslie (2000) Hunt, Robert (1964-66) Hutson, Jerry (1956-58) Huzenlaub, Ash (1995-98) Hyde, Josh (2008) wI Ingraham, Allan (1980-84) Ingram, Cecil (1949) Inman, Ashlee (2001-02) Isbell, Heather (2003-04) Isley, Ralph (1929-30) Ivandic, Tanja (2008-10) wJ Jackson, Giesla (1995-98) Jackson, Jonathan (2004-08) Jackson, Tinesha (1995-98) Jeffrey, James (1979-82) John, Nathandra (2005-06) Johnson, Camae (1989) Johnson, Carey (1991) Johnson, Ella (1984) Johnson, Warren (1996-97) Johnson, Wes (2004) Johnson, William (1980-83) Jolley, Sonja (1988-89) Jones, Billy (1983) Jones, Deborah (2004-06) Jones, Doyle (1993) Jones, Jamee (2004-07) Jones, Olin (1937) Jones, Raymond (2005-08) Jones, Stephanie (1998-99) Joseph, Jermaine (2002-03) Juarez, Kristal (2008-10) wK Kane, Edwin (1919-21) Kangogo, Kip (2005-06) Katchinska, Bryan (2002) Keefer, Alan (1981) Keitany, Gladyʼs (1998-01) Kellett, James (1949-51) Kelley, Candis (2006-09) Kemboi, Agnes (2010) Kennedy, Adele (1983) Kennedy, Jason (1996-99) Kennedy, Linda (1982) Kern, Evan (2008) Kerr, William (1924) Ketcham, Sam (1960-61) Kigen, Festus (2007-10) Killen, Tommy (2006-10) Kilpatrick, J. Bryan (1951-52)

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ALL-TIME ROSTER wK Kinnard, Harry W. (1903) Kinyanjui, Mary (2003-04) Kinzy, Howard (1967) Kizer, Jay (1982) Klein, Susan (1980) Kline, David (1966) Kline, George (1935-36) Kline, Jeremy (2008-09) Knight, Bruce (1913) Knight, Howell G. (1905-06) Knight, Mark (1980) Knotts, Richard (2009-10) Knox, Walter (1923) Koons, Allie (2001) Koontz, Cody (2002-03) Kourvelas, Chuck (1973) Kramer, Joey (2005) Kring, Frank (1941) wL Lagat, David (1997-00) Lakey, Kandra (2004) Lambert, Hal (1950) Lampkin, Joi (1991) Langat, Jackson (2003-06) Lanzara, Bria (2002) Largent, Roy (1922) Lawrence, Brandal (2000-03) Lee, Tony (1980) LeGros, Glen (1990-93) Leland, Cy (1929-30) Lenney, Steven (2002-05) Lester, James (1970) Lettieri, Mark (2002-05) Lewis, Catoshia (1996-99) Light, Harvey (1924-26) Ligon, Ernest (1919-20) Lindelow, Christine (2008) Lindsay, George (1947) Lines, Robert (1913) Linne, Aubrey (1959-60) Linson, Curtis (1976) Livergood, James (1957-59) Locker, Stacey (2001) Loftis, Demeitria (1993) Lord, Stuart (1979-80) Love, Matt (2008-10) Lovvorn, Edgar (1926-27) Lummus, Joel (1956) Luton, Thomas (1995) wM Maciulewicz, Brad (2003-04) Macklin, Aaron (2008-09) Madison, Ricky (2003) Madsen, Marci (1997-98) Magofin, George (1933-35) Malone, Justina (2002-05) Maness, James (1982-84) Manly, Matt (2005-08) Mannshreck, Chapman (1995) Marcom, Heather (1980) Martin, Mike (1970) Martinec, Case (2003) Martinez, Adrian (1997-00) Maru, William (1989-91) Matthews, Larissa (2010)

wM Massey, Duf (1949-50) Matthews, Jef (1978-79) Matthews, Rags (1927) Mayfield, Carlene (2007-09) Mayfield, Julie (2009-10) McAdams, Jerry (1970) McBryde, Larry (1970-71) McBryde, Terrance (2002) McCarthy, Phil (1947-48) McConnell, Russell (1934) McCorkle, Kenneth (1926-27) McCoy, Wirth (1932) McCroskey, Glenn (1961-62) McCullough, Ray (1930-32) McDaniel, Otis (2005-09) McDonald, Andrew (2008-10) McDonald, Beverly (1992-93) McDonald, David (1970) McDowell, Horace (1934) McFarland, Bobby (1950-52) McGee, Heide (1989) McGee, Lesley (1994-97) McGee, Linda (1987-88) McGowen, Ed (1948) McGrath, Jim (1966-67) McGraw, Mitchell (1935) McIntyre, Kim (1981) McKenzie, John (1963) McKenzie, Luke (1990-93) McKinley, Issac (1980) McKinley, James (1982-83) McKinney, Sam (1973-75) McKinney, Shannon (2000-03) McKnight, Brett (2005) McLemore, Robert (2008-09) McMahon, Sean (2002) McManus, J.T. (1987-91) McNutt, Molly (1994) Melton, Stilwell (1913-16) Mercer, Tommy (1951) Messamer, Gina (2005-06) Meyer, John (1987-89) Mickan, Randy (1990-91) Miller, Amy (1995) Miller, Bill (1969) Miller, Charles (1980) Miller, Tiara (2009) Miller, Virgil (1956-57) Millerick, Ashley (2006-09) Mills, Carl (1969-71) Milton, Michael (1976) Minor, Mary (2005-06) Mitchell, Andon (2008-09) Mitchell, DeJuan (2009) Mitchell, John (1955-57) Mitchell, Tracy (1984) Monk, Bill (1949) Montgomery, Beecher (1941-42) Montgomery, Erwin (1923-25) Montgomery, Ross (1967) Moon, Antoinette (1990-93) Moore, Cody (2005) Moore, Doug (2010) Morgan, Cecil (1925) Morgan, Jason (2002-03) Morgan, Vonda (1988-89) Morris, Alex (2004-05)

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84 Los Angeles | 88 Seoul | 92 Barcelona | 96 Atlanta | 00 Sydney | 04 Athens | 08 Beijing JON DRUMMOND Year 1996 2000

Site Atlanta, Ga. Sydney, Australia

BEVERLY MCDONALD Year 1996 2000 2004

Site Atlanta, Ga. Sydney, Australia Athens, Greece

KHADEVIS ROBINSON Year 2004

Site Athens, Greece

MICHAEL FRATER Year 2004 2008

Site Athens, Greece Beijing, China

LEWIS BANDA Year 2004 2008

Site Athens, Greece Beijing, China

CLEAVON DILLON Year 2004

Site Athens, Greece

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Site Los Angeles, Calif. Seoul, South Korea Barcelona, Spain Atlanta, Ga.

MONICA TWUM Year 2000

Site Sydney, Australia

KIM COLLINS Year 1996 2000 2008

Site Atlanta, Ga. Sydney, Australia Beijing, China

VIRGIL HODGE Year 2008 DONAVAN POWELL Year 2000

Site Beijing, China Site Sydney, Australia

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Otis

Candis

MCDANIEL KELLEY

2010 Inductee

McDaniel closed out his senior season collecting All-America honors as a member of the men's 4x100 that placed eighth overall in Fayetteville, Ark., with a time of 39.50 seconds. A multiple conference champion, McDaniel earned four All-America honors while at TCU. Probably his biggest accomplishment during his stint in Fort Worth was that he won gold in the 200 at the NACAC Under 23 Track & Field Championships with a meet-record time of 20.61. He was also the PanAm Junior Champion in the 200 meters and 4x100 relay. In 2008, he was part of the men's 4x100 unit that earned All-America honors by crossing the finish line in seventh-place with a time of 39.60 seconds. McDaniel had a solid outing at the MWC Championships as he won the conference title in the 200 meters with a seasonal best time of 20.60. He headed to nationals with the 14th fastest time in the nation in the 200 and also ran on the 4x100 at the NCAA Championships. Was a key component on both the sprint medley and 4x100 units during his four years in Fort Worth that ranked in the top-10 of the world and national standings nearly every season. During his sophomore campaign, McDaniel was named Outstanding Performer at the Mountain West Outdoor Championships. At the MWC, he won the 100 and 200 meters and was a member of the 4x100 relay team that won conference title He set the conference and meet record en route to winning the 200 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a time of 20.35. Finally, in 2005 McDaniel earned a spot on the U.S. Junior National team where he captured gold in the 200 meters at the Pan American Junior Championships with a 20.67 clocking.

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Kelley closed out her indoor career in style at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships, winning the women's shot put for the fourth-straight year with an NCAA provisional toss of 50 feet, 2 ¾ inches. Kelley, who dominated the Mountain West Conference during her stay in Fort Worth with six titles, helped TCU claim seven-consecutive Mountain West Conference shot put titles between the indoor and outdoor seasons. By winning the conference title, Kelley became the first female student-athlete in MWC history to win the women's shot put title four-straight years. In 2008, she earned All-Region recognition after tossing the shot put 50 feet, 4 1/2 inches to finish in eighth-place in Lincoln at the Midwest Regional. Kelley captured the women's shot put title with a throw of 51 feet, 3 ¾ inches at the Penn Relays. With the win, Kelley won the first shot put title at the Penn Relays since 1992 and became only the third individual in TCU history to win a shot put title in Philadelphia

Kishelle

PAUL

2010 Inductee

Paul closed out her career as TCUʼs most decorated hurdler in the history of the program. She went into the 2009 National Championships having claimed her second-consecutive Midwest Regional title in the 400-meter hurdles with a seasonal-best time of 58.00 seconds to automatically qualify for nationals. By winning her second-consecutive regional title, Paul became the first TCU female student-athlete to win a regional in back-to-back years. Paul, who won the Mountain West Conference 100-meter hurdles title with a seasonal-best time of 13.38 seconds, also led off TCU's No. 5 ranked 4x400, which clocked a seasonal-best time of 3:32.82 seconds. During the indoor season, Paul collected her third All-America award as a member of the the women's 4x400 that placed fourth overall at the NCAA Indoor Championships. She also helped the women's 4x400 set the indoor school record in the event with a time of 3:34.63 at the ISU NCAA Qualifier. Overall, Paul who collected multiple conference championships and set the school record in the 400-meter hurdles in 2007, closed her career in Fort Worth earning All-America accolades in three out of the four years she was at TCU, while also claiming regional titles two straight years.

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Tony

Lewis

Joe

ALLEN

BANDA

BROWN

TONY ALLEN | 4X400 ANCHOR IN 1986

LEWIS BANDA | FIVE-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

JOE BROWN | 2008 ALL-AMERICAN

1986-1988

2006

2004-2008

Tony Allen is one of several athletes who were both track and football greats at TCU. He had a smooth running style that helped him establish school records in the 200 meters (20.10) in 1987 and the indoor 400 meters (46.67) in 1988. Allen is forever etched in the Southwest Conference record books for his efforts in the indoor 400 meters.

Despite being on the TCU campus for just one season after transferring from Arizona State, Lewis Banda did more in his time in one season than many do in their entire careers.

Brown closed out his career as a Flyinʼ Frog by being named the 2007-08 Mountain West Conference Male Student-Athlete of the Year.

Banda earned five All-America certificates and set the school record in the indoor and outdoor 400 meters.

Allen anchored the Frogs to a national collegiate dual-meet 4x400 meter relay mark when the team clocked a 3:02.74 at UCLA in 1986. He earned all-America honors on TCUʼs 4x400 meter relay unit, which finished third at the NCAA Championships in 1988.

A native of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Banda earned three of his five AllAmerica honors during the outdoor season. At the Outdoor NCAA Championships, Banda finished fourth in the 400 meters with a time of 45.10. He also anchored the 4x400 relay team that placed second with a time of 3:02.12 and 4x100 team that finished fourth with a mark of 39.19.

A walk-on to the Horned Frogs' track and field team as a freshman in 2004-05, Brown won the men's javelin title at the 2008 MWC Outdoor Track and Field Championship, while also earning AllAmerican honors with a 10th-place finish in the javelin at the 2008 NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

At the Indoor NCAA Championships, Banda earned All-America honors in the 400 meters by placing third with a time of 45.85. Banda was also a member of the 4x400 relay team that placed eighth with a time of 3:08.82. Banda set the school record in the indoor 400 with a time of 45.67 and the outdoor 400 with a time of 45.10. In addition to his All-America honors, Banda won conference titles in the indoor 400, indoor 4x400 relay and outdoor 400. In 2008, Banda qualified for the Olympics in Beijing, but had to pull out of competition because of an injury.

In recognition of his academic and athletic accomplishments, he was selected as the 2008 Dutch Meyer Male Scholar Athlete of the Year and was honored with the 2008 Chancellor's Award, two of the highest academic accolades presented to a TCU studentathlete. Overall, the Overland Park, Kan., native, had an outstanding senior season in the men's javelin, collecting All-America honors by tossing the javelin 211 feet, 9 inches to place 10th overall. Brown became the first TCU athlete ever to be named an All-American in the javelin. The finish by Brown was also the best by a TCU javelin thrower at the NCAA Championships. At the Mountain West Conference Championships, Brown closed his MWC career in winning-fashion, taking the title on his last attempt in competition. Overall, he blasted a throw of 221 feet, 7 inches to become only the second Horned Frog ever to win a conference crown in the javelin, and the first since Wes Ritchey won the Southwest Conference in 1954 TRACK & FIELD | WWW.GOFROGS.COM

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Michael

Bill

Johnny

CANNON

COLLINS

COLLINS

MICHAEL CANNON | TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

BILL COLLINS | USA MASTERS HALL OF FAME

JOHNNY COLLINS | 2000 NCAA CHAMPION WITH 4X400

1983-1986

1972-1975

Michael Cannon established the school record in the 400meters (45.14), a record that lasted from 1985 to 2004. Cannon was a two-time all-American and held four of the six swiftest 400-meter races ever by a Frog sprinter. He anchored the school-record indoor mile relay unit and was a member of the second fastest 4x400 meter team at TCU. Cannon helped the TCU indoor mile relay team to a Southwest Conference crown in 1984. He finished fifth in the 1985 NCAA Outdoor 400 meters, and then placed fourth the next year in the same race. Coach “Bubba” Thornton named him TCUʼs Outstanding Track athlete for 1985. He was a quarterfinalist at the 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 400 meters. Cannon was a local product from Dallas South Oak Cliff High School. He was one of the most versatile runners in Texas with running times among the stateʼs leaders in the 100, 200 and 400 meters. He posted best times of 10.4 in the 100, 21.4 in the 200 and 46.2 in the 400.

Bill Collins is recognized as one of TCUʼs first great sprinters. The Mount Vernon, New York, native captured two Southwest Conference 100-yard titles in 1974 and 1975. He also won the 60-yard dash crown at the SWC Indoor Championship in 1975.

Johnny L. Collins II made a name for himself as both an outstanding leader and as the Western Athletic Conferenceʼs top quarter-miler. His duties included the open quarter and as anchor leg for the prolific 4x400 meter relay team during his four-year collegiate career.

The ʻFleet Frogʼ finished with career best marks of 9.3 seconds and 20.7 seconds in the 100 and 200 events respectively. He gained all-America recognition in the 60-yard dash (indoors) in 1974, and on the 4x100 meter relay team in 1975.

Collins was an outstanding dual sport athlete before stepping foot on the TCU campus. He played football and ran track at Fort Worthʼs Wyatt High School. He made an immediate impact for the Flyinʼ Frogs when he ran the anchor leg on TCUʼs 4x400 meter relay unit in both the indoor and outdoor seasons as a true freshman.

Collins played a key role on one of TCUʼs early great relay quartets that ran a conference record 3:18.9 in the 1975 indoor mile relay. He also aided the 1973 sprint relay that set a then-school record of 40.9. Collins still has not given up running and has remained active in agegroup track and field and has held several national age-group sprint marks. In 2006, Collins was named the USATF Masters Athlete of the Year. In 2003 he was inducted into the USA Track & Field Masters Hall of Fame. Collins owns more than 141 masters national titles, 33 world masters crowns and has set nearly 47 world records during his remarkable Masters career.

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Collins was awarded many honors before his Horned Frog career was over. He won back-to-back WAC Outdoor 400-meter titles, was on seven WAC championship relay teams, earned all-America honors all four years and anchored the Frogsʼ 4x400 relay unit to the 2000 NCAA Indoor Title. He also established the WAC 400-meter dash record with a time of 46.26.

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Kim

Cleavon

COLLINS

DILLON

KIM COLLINS | 2000 NCAA CHAMPION - 60M & 200M

CLEAVON DILLON | THREE-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

2000-2001

2002-2005

Kim Collins was able to establish himself as one of the top sprinters in TCU history in just two short years. The St. Kitts native took the long way to Fort Worth with a stop at Central Arizona College for two years before joining the Horned Frog sprinting stable.

Cleavon Dillon earned three All-America honors and was TCUʼs top long jumper and sprinter. Dillon earned All-America honors in 2003 and 2004 by running a leg on TCUʼs 4x100 team. His first All-America certificate came in the long jump in 2002.

Collins received six All-America certificates during his stint at TCU and won three NCAA titles (the 2001 indoor 60 and 200 meters and the 2001 outdoor 4x100 meter relay). He joined Raymond Stewart as the only Horned Frog athletes to capture two individual NCAA titles. He was a two-time recipient of the Outstanding Performer award at the Texas Relays.

He set the then-school record in the long jump during the indoor season of 2002 with a leap of 7.86m (25-09.50).

Collinsʼ defining moment as a Frog came in the finals of the 2001 NCAA 4x100 meter relay, where he took the final handoff trailing Leonard Scott by about two steps, but caught the Tennessee standout with about 50 meters to go and pulled away to give TCU the victory in a Hayward Field record time of 38.58. Collins represented St. Kitts in the 2004 Olympics in Athens and placed sixth in the 100 meter final. He has also made appearances at the 1996, 2000 and 2008 Olympics and in five World Track and Field Championships, including the 2003 meet held in Paris, France, where he captured the gold medal. He was a quarterfinalist in the 100 meters at the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta and finished seventh in the 100 meters at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. He won the 100-meter dash at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. He recently represented TCU at the 12th Annual IAAF World Championships In Athletics in Berlin, Germany.

Delwayne

DELANEY DELWAYNE DELANEY | 2005 NCAA RUNNER-UP - 4X400

2005-2007 A Mountain West Conference Champion in both indoors and outdoors in three seasons at TCU, Delaney had am impressive list of honors during his Horned Frog career.

In addition to competing in the long jump and running relays, Dillon also ran the 60 meters, 100 meters and 200 meters.

Delaney, a St. Kitts native and All-American, earned the Male High-Point Award at the MWC Outdoor Championships after winning the 100 and 200 meters and running a leg on the 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams that also finished first in 2007. During the indoor season, Delaney was the only member of the menʼs team to win a MWC Indoor title with a victory in the 60 meters.

A native of St. Clair, Trinidad, Dillon earned All-America honors by placing fourth in the long jump in 2002, sixth in the 4x100 relay in 2003 and fourth in the 4x100 in 2004.

Delaney was also a valuable member of the TCU relay teams in both the 4x100 and 4x400. In 2007, he was part of a 4x100 team that placed third at the Midwest Regional.

He continues to compete professionally for Trinidad.

Delaney will be remembered though as being a member of a 4x400 team that placed second at the NCAA Championships with a time of 3:02.12 in 2005.

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Aundre

Phillip

DRUMMOND EDWARDS

EPPS

JON DRUMMOND | OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST

PHILLIP EPPS | THREE-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

1989-1991 Jon Drummond closed out the decade as a world-class force on the international track & field circuit. Drummond is one of the better-known sprinters in U.S. track history. The former TCU great was a standout at the 1997 World Championships before a recurrence of spinal meningitis sidelined him for much of the 1999 season. He remarkably recovered to earn a spot on the gold medal winning 4x100 meter relay at the 1999 World Championships and captured Gold at the 2000 Olympic games in the 4x100 meter relay. He was also an entry for the USA in the 100 meters at the 1996 Olympic Games in addition to running a leg on the silver medallist 4x100-meter relay. A three-time all-American at TCU, Drummond still ranks as one of the fastest TCU sprinters ever. He posted a 10.03 clocking in the 100 meters in the 1991 NCAA Championships. He also blazed a 6.12 effort in the indoor 55 meters during his junior season of 1990, a time that still ranks third on TCUʼs all-time list. Drummond not only captured Southwest Conference and Penn Relays 100-meter titles in 1991 and also finished second in the 100 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Eugene, Oregon. He anchored TCUʼs 4x100 meter relay to another NCAA title. Drummond fought recurring injuries while at TCU, but he ran a few times that pegged him as a real possibility. In 1990, he clocked a 10.10 100 meters. In 2008, Horatio Porter along with Carey Johnson, Ralston Wright and Drummond were honored as part of the 2008 Wall of Fame class at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia.

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AUNDRE EDWARDS | FOUR-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

2001-2004 A four-time All-American, Aundre Edwards was one of the nationʼs top long jumpers during his four-year career, finishing in the top five in the nation in four NCAA events. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Edwards showed signs of good things to come as a sophomore. He jumped 8.00 meters at the TCU Invitational, took home the bronze medal at the C-USA outdoor Championship with a jump of 7.64 meters and earned all-America honors with a fifth place finish in the long jump at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships, recording a mark of 7.85 meters. As a junior, Edwards established the school indoor record with a leap of 7.87 meters, a mark he would later shatter. He swept both the Conference USA indoor and outdoor titles, placed 11th at the NCAA Indoor meet and fourth at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the long jump competition. He returned for his senior campaign in 2004 and swept the Conference USA long jump indoor and outdoor titles for the second straight year. He took a personal-best bronze medal at the national level in the 2004 NCAA Indoor Championships with a school record jump of 7.97 meters, then took fourth place at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field meet in June.

1980-1983 Phillip Epps came to TCU as a football player and performed eight years in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers and the Buffalo Bills as a wide receiver and return specialist before retiring from the sport in 1988. Epps made a name for himself at TCU in the short indoor events and the outdoor 200 meters. His 20.19 effort in the 200 was retired as the sixth fastest ever in that event for a SWC athlete. The Atlanta, Texas native raced to Southwest Conference 200meter crowns in both 1982 and 1983, plus he claimed the 60yard crown in 1983 (he recorded the six fastest times ever for a Horned Frog in that event). He ran the leadoff leg on the 1983 4x100 unit that won the SWC title. He was a three-time All-America honoree.

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Michael

Jarmiene

Bryan

FRATER

HOLLOWAY

HOWARD

MICHAEL FRATER | 2008 OLYMPIC GOLD MEDALIST

JARMIENE HOLLOWAY | 1998 100-METERS RUNNER-UP

BRYAN HOWARD | COLLEGIATE RECORD 4X100

2001-2004 A seven-time All-American with a unique running style, Michael Frater followed in the footsteps of his brother, Lindel, and left as one of the top sprinters in school history. Michael earned his first all-America certificate as a sophomore in the indoor 60-meter dash and placed fourth at nationals in the 100-meters during the outdoor season. As a junior, Frater placed fifth at the NCAA Indoor meet in the 60, took the bronze medal in the 100 during the outdoor season and ran the anchor leg on the 4x1 relay unit that placed sixth. Frater earned the silver medal at the 2004 NCAA Championships in the 100 meter dash, missing the gold by just eightthousandths of a second. He anchored the Frogsʼ 4x100 relay unit which finished fourth in the nation. In 2008, Frater helped Jamaica break the world record and win gold in the men's 4x100 at the 2008 Olympics. In 2009, Frater captured a goal medal as a member of Jamaica's 4x100 relay at the 12th Annual IAAF World Championships. Frater, who ran the second leg of the relay, teamed with Nesta Carter, Usain Bolt and Asafa Powell to win the gold medal at National Stadium.

1998-1999 Jarmiene Holloway only showed glimpses of his potential while in Fort Worth, he was relatively unheralded at TCU despite producing some of the finest performances in school history during an injury-ridden two seasons as a Horned Frog. Holloway finished second in the 100-meter dash at the 1998 NCAA Outdoor Championship. He followed that with an impressive leg on the Frogsʼ record- shattering 4x100 meter relay. Jarmiene captured the WAC title in the 200 in 1998 and placed third in the same meet in the 100. He also participated on relay units which seven times ran sub-39 4x100s. Holloway continues to run on the professional circuit today and placed third at the USA Indoor Championships at 60 meters during the 2002 season.

1998-1999 Few sprinters have entered TCU with the credentials Bryan Howard brought to the Flyinʼ Frogs when he chose to transfer from Auburn during the winter of 1997. He was an NCAA indoor 55-meter champion for the Tigers. He came to TCU to be a part of the Horned Frogsʼ stable of sprinters and immediately became one of the finest in school history. Howardʼs legacy at TCU does not include a bevy of individual victories, but he did leave a mark on the program. He is arguably one of the finest leadoff men in TCUʼs incredibly rich history in the 4x100 meter relay. Howard led off TCU in seven different sub-39 second 4x100 performances over a two-year span, including the collegiate record setting 1998 NCAA Championship squad that exploded to a 38.04 performance in Buffalo, New York. He teamed up with Jermaine Holloway to lead TCUʼs 1999 unit to some startling early-season performances and clocked the nationʼs fastest time (38.64) by a collegiate team at the Texas Relays in April. Injuries nagged Howard during his final season and he pulled his hamstring during the final stretch of the 200 meters at the NCAA Championships in Boise, Idaho. Howardʼs times of 10.13 in the 100 and 19.1 best performances in Horned Frog history.

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Jonathan

Kip

Jackson

JACKSON

KANGOGO

LANGAT

JONATHAN JACKSON | TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

KIP KANGOGO | MWC 10TH ANNIVERSARY CC TEAM

JACKSON LANGAT | 2006 NCAA CHAMPION IN 800

2004-2008 Jackson ended his prestigious career as a two-time All-American, while also recording multiple conference championships in both the long and triple jump. The nation's No. 3 ranked jumper going into the NCAAs, Jackson qualified for nationals by posting runnerup honors at the Midwest Regional. In 2008, Jackson had one of the most successful outings for an athlete in Penn Relays history. The senior crushed his own school record to win the men's triple jump after winning the long jump on his first day of competition in Philadelphia. By doing so he earned College Athlete of the Meet honors for individual events. The Grand Prairie, Texas, native, who's mark of 54 feet, 3.75 inches in the triple jump was as high as No. 1 in the NCAA during the season recorded the 10th longest jump in Penn Relays history. He became the first TCU track and field athlete ever to win both the men's long and triple jump at the Penn Relays. Finally, Jackson, who earned his second All-America honor of his career during the indoor season in the triple jump, won the conference title in the triple jump, claiming his third career MWC outdoor crown with a winning leap of 51 feet, 2 ¼ inches. During the indoor season, Jackson earned All-American honors by soaring 16.32m (53-06.50) to finish third overall in the men's triple jump at nationals. Jackson's mark broke his own school record. He earned his first All-America honors of his career by placing third in the triple jump at the 2007 NCAA Outdoor Championships, finished third with a leap of 52-09.50 (16.09m).

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1989-1992 One of TCUʼs most prolific distance runners, Kip Kangogo won seven conference titles in just two years after transferring from BYU. In addition to his six conference titles, the Kabarnet, Kenya, native owns the school record in the 3000 meters (9:39.09), outdoor 5000 meters (13:47.11) and was a member of the distance medley relay team that set the outdoor school record with a time of 9:36.14. Kangogoʼs first four conference titles came at one meet, as he was named Athlete of the Meet at the 2005 Conference USA Indoor Championships. At the meet, he captured gold in the mile, 3000 meters, 5000 meters and as the anchor of the distance medley relay team. After sitting out the 2004 cross country and track seasons due to NCAA transfer rules, Kangogo qualified for the 2005 NCAA Cross Country Championships where he finished 33rd - just 2.8 seconds shy of All-America status. He also won the 2006 Mountain West Conference Indoor title in the 3000 meters and 2005 C-USA outdoor titles in the 1500 meters and 5000 meters.

In 2008, Kangogo was selected as part of the Mountain West Conference 10th Anniversary Men's Cross Country Team. The anniversary team was selected by a combined panel of media, institutional and conference personnel and on-line fan poll. In order to be eligible for consideration, candidates must have been a first team allMountain West selection at least once in their careers.

2003-2006 A highly-decorated middle-distance runner, Jackson Langat was an NCAA indoor 800-meter champion for TCU and earned seven All-America certificates in three years for the Horned Frogs. Langat became TCUʼs first indoor champion in the 800 meters in 2006 when he set a TCU indoor record with a time 1:47.02. In addition to his NCAA title in the 800, Langat earned All-America honors in the event three additional times - 2004 indoor, 2003 outdoor and 2003 indoor. A native of Kericho, Kenya, Langat earned his other All-America certificates as a member of TCUʼs 4x400 relay team. In 2003, Langat was a member of the 4x400 team that earned a silver medal at the NCAA Indoor Championships. In 2006, Langat helped the 4x400 team earn a silver medal at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and finish eighth at the NCAA Indoor Championships. In 2005, Langat was selected to the Conference USA All-Decade team. Langat was the 2003 C-USA Indoor Athlete of the Year. Langat won both the 800 meters and mile run at the 2003 C-USA meet and finished second the mile run at the 2004 C-USA meet. In addition to his NCAA title during his senior year, Langat was also the indoor and outdoor Mountain West Conference Champion in the 800 meters. In 2008, Langat and Virgil Hodge were selected as part of the Mountain West Conference 10th Anniversary Indoor Track & Field Team.

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Cy

Otis

Horatio

LELAND

MCDANIEL

PORTER

CY LELAND | 100 YARD DASH IN 9.4 SECONDS

OTIS MCDANIEL | FOUR-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

HORATIO PORTER | TWO-TIME NCAA CHAMPION

1928-1930

2005-2009

Leland was an all-Southwest Conference halfback on the Horned Frogsʼ 1929 unbeaten Southwest Conference championship team. His shining athletic moment probably came at the 1930 Kansas Relays when he tied the world record in the 100-yard dash in 9.4 seconds.

McDaniel closed out his senior season collecting All-America honors as a member of the men's 4x100 that placed eighth overall in Fayetteville, Ark., with a time of 39.50 seconds. A multiple conference champion, McDaniel earned four All-America honors while at TCU. Probably his biggest accomplishment during his stint in Fort Worth was that he won gold in the 200 at the NACAC Under 23 Track & Field Championships with a meetrecord time of 20.61. He was also the PanAm Junior Champion in the 200 meters and 4x100 relay.

Lelandʼs 1930 track season was filled with record-breaking performances. He started the season by setting TCU marks in the 100 (9.6) and 220-yard dash (21.5) at the Fat Stock Show Meet at TCU on March 15. Leland then gained regional notoriety by winning the 100 at the Drake Relays. He capped the year by breaking the 220-yard dash conference record at the Southwest Conference Championships in 20.9. He closed the season with a fourth-place 100 finish at the NCAA meet.

In 2008, he was part of the men's 4x100 unit that earned All-America honors by crossing the finish line in seventh-place with a time of 39.60 seconds. McDaniel had a solid outing at the MWC Championships as he won the conference title in the 200 meters with a seasonal best time of 20.60, while also posting runner-up honors in the 100 meters. Was a key component on both the sprint medley and 4x100 units during his four years in Fort Worth that ranked in the top-10 of the world and national standings nearly every season.

In football, Cy rushed for 100 yards four times during his career and three times during the 1929 season. A 173-yard outing against Abilene Christian in 1930, setting a TCU single-game rushing mark at the time, highlighted his career. In 1929, Leland led the nation while averaging 7.2 yards per attempt. His 93-yard punt return for a touchdown against Baylor in 1929 remains a TCU record.

During his sophomore campaign, McDaniel was named Outstanding Performer at the Mountain West Outdoor Championships. At the MWC, he won the 100 and 200 meters and was a member of the 4x100 relay team that won conference title He set the conference and meet record en route to winning the 200 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a time of 20.35. He also won the 100 meters at the MWC Outdoor Championships with a time of 10.29

The most famous moment of his TCU athletic career came in Austin, Texas in 1929, when Leland took a kickoff and raced down the west sideline for a 95-yard touchdown that led to a 15-12 TCU win and the Frogsʼ first SWC football championship.

Finally, in 2005 McDaniel earned a spot on the U.S. Junior National team where he captured gold in the 200 meters at the Pan American Junior Championships with a 20.67 clocking.

The man who started TCUʼs sprinting tradition long ago was Texas native Cy Leland. Leland was a TCU immortal when he graduated in 1931.

1989-1992 Yet another local product from Fort Worth Polytechnic High School, Horatio Porter was a five-time all-America sprinter at TCU. En route, he ran the leadoff carry on the fastest NCAA 4x100 relay to that point — 38.23 seconds at the NCAA Championships in Indianapolis, Porter again handled the leadoff leg as the Flyinʼ Frogs won in 38.80 seconds. A two-time NCAA Outdoor qualifier in the 200 meters (he had a career PR of 20.40 in that event), Horatio captured both the 55 meters and the 200 at the 1992 SWC Indoor meet. In 2008, Porter along with Carey Johnson, Ralston Wright and Jon Drummond were honored as part of the 2008 Wall of Fame class at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. Johnson, Wright, Drummond and Porter were part of a 4x100 relay team in 1991 that set a 10-year Penn Relays record, winning the event in 38.80 seconds. It was the first sub-39 college 4x100 at that time. The unit joins TCU's 1986 4x200 meter relay squad on the Wall of Fame.

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Donovan

Jordan

Khadevis

POWELL

REYNOLDS

ROBINSON

DONOVAN POWELL | TWO-TIME NCAA CHAMPION

JORDAN REYNOLDS | TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

KHADEVIS ROBINSON | 1998 NATIONAL CHAMPION

1994-1995 In just two seasons at TCU, the powerful Donovan Powell made a monumental impact on TCUʼs sprinting scene. A junior college all-American, he was perfect four-for-four in SWC championships, capturing the indoor 55 meter and outdoor 100 meter titles both his junior and senior years. His 10.07 clocking at the 1995 Southwest Conference meet ranked No. 8 all-time among the swiftest efforts by conference sprinters. Powell anchored the Frogsʼ to back-to-back 4x100 meter NCAA relay crowns in 1994 and 1995, and he fi nished third and second, respectively, in the 100- meter events at those national meets. Powell finished with five all-America awards at TCU. Powell continued his track career by competing professionally. He captured the gold medal at the U.S. Indoor Championships in the 60-meter dash. He also placed second in the same event at the World Indoors in 1999.

1988-1992 A two-time All-American in the shot put, Jordan Reynolds solidified himself as TCUʼs greatest male thrower despite competing at TCU when the program was largely just known for its sprints and relays. Reynolds owns the school record in the discus and both the indoor and outdoor records in the shot put. A native of Houston, Texas, Reynolds set the outdoor and indoor shot put record in 1992 with tosses of 64-9 3/4 (19.75m) and 61-9 1/2 (18.83m), respectively. He set the discus record in 1990 with a toss of 190-8 (58.12m). Reynolds earned All-America honors in 1992 for placing second in the shot at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. His other All-America honor came in the shot at the 1990 NCAA Outdoor Championships. He also won the outdoor title in the shot put at the Southwest Conference Championships in 1990 and 1992. At the Texas Relays, Reynolds was a three-time champion in the shot put with titles. He also was a two-time champion in the shot put at the Penn Relays (1991, 1992).

1995-1998 A broken wrist his junior year of high school is what prompted Khadevis Robinsonʼs track career. He was a standout football player until the injury, but he felt he needed another sport to list on his college application-so he tried track. Bothered by only making the NCAA Indoor meet once in college, he made the most of his outdoor NCAA opportunities as he won the 1998 NCAA Outdoor 800 to close his college career. Robinson won the 1999 USA Indoor Championships and was a finalist at the World Championships, both indoors and outdoors. In July of 2002, Robinson ran the fourth fastest time in the world in the 800 meter in Finland, shattering his personal record with a time of 1:44.41. He continues to perform on the professional circuit and is one of the nationʼs top 800-meter runners, earning a trip to Athens, Greece for the 2004 Summer Olympics. This past summer, he collected runner-up honors in the event with a time of 1:45.97 seconds at the 2009 USA Outdoor Championships, In August of 2006, Robinson helped shatter the American and world record in the 4x800 meters at the Memorial Van Damme meet with a time of 7:02.82. Despite shattering the previous world mark, the U.S. squad finished second to Kenyaʼs time of 7:02.43. Robinson concluded 2006 ranked No. 1 in the U.S. and No. 7 in theworld in the 800 meters. He represented the Flyinʼ Frogs at the 12th Annual IAAF World Championships In Athletics in Berlin, Germany In 2008, Robison's bid for a second-straight Olympics in the 800 meters fell short at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

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Greg

Andrew

Raymond

SHOLARS

SMITH

STEWART

GREG SHOLARS | THREE-TIME NCAA CHAMPION

ANDREW SMITH | THREE-TIME NCAA CHAMPION

RAYMOND STEWART | SEVEN-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

1986-1989 One of the most intense competitors ever to don TCUʼs track and field colors, Greg Sholars is best remembered as being only one of two Horned Frogs to be a member of three NCAA 4x100-meter relay title units (1986,ʼ87 and ʼ89). Another local product from Fort Worthʼs Southwest High School, Sholars anchored both the fastest 4x100-meter relay (38.23) and 4x200 relay (1:20.20) combos in NCAA history. Along the way, he garnered five NCAA All-American honors. Though he owned a career personal record of 10.12 seconds in the 100 meters, Sholars often was willing to unselfishly forego individual races in order for the Flyinʼ Frogs to concentrate on the prowess in the short stick events.

1986-1989 Though he performed extensively in the shadows of TCU great Raymond Stewart through much of his career, Andrew Smith certainly earned a place of his own in TCUʼs sprinting hall of honor. Not only did the Kingston, Jamaica, native own a personal best of 10.10 seconds in the 100 meters, en route to garnering all-American honors four straight years — 1986 to 89 — the powerful Smith was a key member of the fastest collegiate 4x100 and 4x200-meter relay units in history to that point. In fact, Smith, a premier stick man — along with his purpleclad 4x100 mates — claimed gold at the 1986, 1987 and 1989 NCAA Championships in addition to many other major relay titles over that stretch. He was a major contributor to TCUʼs incredible 25-race win streak on the sprint relay.

1986-1989 Considered to be the greatest of TCUʼs legion of sprinting stars, Raymond Stewart still holds the school record in the 100-meter dash of 9.89 seconds, in addition to anchoring the second-fastest relay unit in NCAA history (bettered only by TCUʼs 1998 unit) that ran 38.23 in 1990. The first of many Jamaican sprinters to reach superstar status while at TCU, Stewart was a seven-time all-American. Stewart was at his best at the marquee events, winning 100-meter titles at the Penn Relays, Florida Relays, Texas Relays and SWC Championships. But it was at the NCAA Championships of 1987 and 1989 where Stewart asserted himself as a force in collegiate track with victories in the 100 those two years, in addition to taking the 1989 NCAA Indoor Championships 55-meter title. To cap it off, Stewart added NCAA titles as a member of the 4x100-meter relay units in 1987 and 1989. Stewart was a 100meter fi nalist in the 1984, 1988 and 1992 Olympic games, placing sixth in 1984 as the youngest man (age 19) to race in the finals. Stewart won a silver medal in the 1988 Olympics in the 4x1 relay. Stewart won three consecutive SWC 100-meter crowns, one of just six men to accomplish that feat in conference history.

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Rosco

Ricardo

Roy

TATUM

WILLIAMS

WILLIAMS

ROSCOE TATUM | TWO-TIME NCAA CHAMPION

RICARO WILLIAMS | SEVERAL ALL-AMERICA HONORS

ROY WILLIAMS | 2000 NCAA CHAMPION

1985-1988

1999-2000

1998-2001

Roscoe Tatum a Carthage, Texas native, provided power-driven speed to the Horned Frog sprint units from 1985 through 1988.

Although he was only on the TCU campus for two short years, Ricardo “Flash” Williams left an indelible mark on the program.

One of the nationʼs top quarter-milers, Roy Williamsʼ solid career was cut short by back problems during his senior campaign.

Tatumʼs track offerings included a 10.08-second clocking in the 100 meters in 1986 and a 6.15 effort in the 60-yard dash (indoor) in 1985.

One of the top junior sprinters in his native country of Jamaica, Williams came to TCU after a two-year stint at Southwestern Christian Community College. “Flashʼ earned Indoor All-America honors as a junior by placing eighth in the 200 meters and ran the anchor leg on TCUʼs outdoor 4x100 meter relay squad that qualified for the national meet.

During his four-year tenure, Williams was a three-time NCAA allAmerican and a 10-time All-WAC performer.

Tatum was a member of TCUʼs first two NCAA Championship 4x100-meter relay units (1986 and 1987), as well as the fastest 4x200 relay time ever by a collegiate squad (1:20.20 seconds) and was a five-time NCAA All-American.

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He came back as a senior to finish fifth in the outdoor open 200 and run on the 4x100 meter relay team that produced the nationʼs fastest time. He also ran on the winning 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams at the Penn Relays and the winning 4x100 relay at the Texas Relays.

Williams immediately carved a niche as a freshman, running the lead leg on TCUʼs 4x400 meter relay unit. The quartet earned a second place fi nish at the NCAA Outdoor Meet. The unit, again with Williams running the frst leg, captured the 2000 NCAA Indoor title, then placed fourth in the national outdoor meet. Despite back ailments that limited his performances during his senior campaign, Williams had one last hurrah as he claimed victory in the 400-meter dash at the WAC Indoor Championships, defending his 2000 title.

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Syan

Rebecca

Dywanna

WILLIAMS ALLISON

CRUDUP

SYAN WILLIAMS | 1998 NCAA CHAMPION

DYWANA CRUDUP | ALL-AMERICAN

1997-1998 A versatile performer both indoors and outdoors in two seasons at TCU was Syan Williams. This Jamaican speedster — a transfer from Central Ohio University — burned up the indoor circuits in his two years. The TCU record holder in the 55-meter dash indoors, Williams won WAC indoor titles in the 55 and 200 meters in 1998. Williams was also a valuable member of the TCU relay teams in both the 4x100 and 4x400. Running the third leg in the 4x100meter relay, Williams served a pivotal member of the TCU team that broke a collegiate record on the way to a national title at the 1998 NCAA Championships in Buffalo, New York, and paved the way to TCUʼs third place team finish.

REBECCA ALLISON | TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

1984-1988 Rebecca Allison was a two-time All-American in the 1,500 meters, where she finished fourth at both the 1986 and 1987 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Allison still owns school records in both the indoor and outdoor 800 as well as the 1,500 meters and mile run. In the 800, Allison set both the top indoor time of 2:10.69 and the top outdoor time of 2:05.48 in 1986. In the 1,500 meters, Allison set the record in 1987 with a time of 4:14.85. In the mile run, Allison posted a record time of 4:47.49 in 1986.

1997-2000 The Flyinʼ Frogs boasted a recruiting coup when Fort Worth native Dywana Crudup decided to stay close to home and attend TCU. The Dunbar High School product quickly earned the reputation as the top female quartermiler in school history. Crudup showed her versatility by competing in sprint distances ranging from 60 to 400 meters. She earned All-America honors when she ran the second leg on the 1998 4x100 meter relay team that won the Western Athletic Conference championship and finished third in the nation. Crudup capped off her senior season by capturing the WAC indoor 60-meter and the WAC outdoor 400-meter titles. She left TCU as the school record holder in the indoor 60 and 400 meters and in the outdoor 400, and was a member of the recordsetting outdoor 4x100 meter relay team.

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Lisa

Donita

Virgil

FORD

HARMON

HODGE

LISA FORD | MULTIPLE SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER

DONITA HARMON | FOUR-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

VIRGIL HODGE | SIX-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

1985-1988 Like many TCU stars, Lisa Ford was a local product who reached collegiate stardom without leaving her hometown. A graduate of Fort Worthʼs Polytechnic High School, Ford established the TCU womenʼs record in the indoor 55-meter dash with a time of 6.91 seconds. Ford had garnered NCAA Qualifying marks over four consecutive seasons in both the 100-and 200-meter dashes before her TCU career was completed. Additionally, Ford consistently ranked among the best in the tough Southwest Conference as she garnered nine second place finishes in sprint races at SWC meets. Ford remained the school indoor 200-meter record holder 10 years after running with the purple and white and she held the TCU 200-meter outdoor record for a short time also.

2003-2005 Donita Harmon was one of the most decorated runners on the womenʼs squad in her three years at TCU. The four-time All-American earned three certificates as part of both 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams, and garnered a fourth honor with an eighth-place fi nish in the 200 meters at the 2003 NCAA Outdoor Championships. Harmon was a member of the first womenʼs 4x400 relay unit TCU sent to the national meet in school history, placing eighth at the 2005 NCAA Outdoor Championships. She was also a part of the 4x100 squad that placed sixth in 2003 and seventh in 2004 at the NCAA. The native of Albuquerque, N.M., made a sweep of the 2004 Conference USA 200 meter titles in both indoor and outdoor, and almost accomplished the feat in the 100 meters. She took gold in the C-USA indoor 60 meters. Harmon, who owns a share of the schoolʼs indoor record in the 200 meters, was named to the C-USA All-Decade Team in 2005. She was also a member of the school record 4x100, 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams.

2004-2008 Virgil Hodge ended her prestegious career by being selected as part of the Mountain West Conference 10th Anniversary Indoor Track & Field Team. The six-time All-American, is one of the most prolific runners ever at TCU and recently competed at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing in both the 100 and 200 meters. This summer, she represented TCU at the 12th Annual IAAF World Championships In Athletics in Berlin, Germany. In 2008, Hodge was selected as the Mountain West Conference Women's Indoor Track and Field Student-Athlete of the Year. She finished the indoor season earning All-America honors at the NCAA Championships by placing seventh in the women's 200 meters. In Fayetteville, she clocked a season-best time of 23.20 and by doing so became the only female in Horned Frog history to hold at least six such honors. Hodge, who captured five indoor crowns at the MWC Indoor Championships throughout her career, crossed the finish line ahead of the field in both the 60-meter and 200-meter dashes in 2008 for the second-consecutive year, earning herself the 2008 Women's Outstanding Performance award to accompany her two all-conference performances. Hodge won both events at the Mountain West Conference Championships in Fort Worth. At the MWC Championships, Hodge, who set a new St. Kitts national record in the 100, closed out her MWC career in style as she clocked a new personal best time of 11.21 seconds in the 100 meters to claim her third-straight conference outdoor title. She also won her third-straight 200-meter championship title. In the summer of 2008, Hodge represented St. Kitts in both the 100 and 200 meters at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.

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Giesla

Tinesha Jackson-

Nathandra

JACKSON

HACKNEY

JOHN

GIESLA JACKSON | TWO-TIME NCAA QUALIFIER

TINESHA JACKSON-HACKNEY | TWO-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

NATHANDRA JOHN | THREE-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

1995-1998

1995-1998

As a member of TCUʼs fastest womenʼs relay unit in history, Giesla Jackson qualified twice for the NCAA Outdoor Championships on her own in the 100 and 200-meter dashes.

A Fort Worth native from Arlington Heights High School, Tinesha Jackson-Hackney blossomed into one of the nationʼs finest sprinters during her four years at TCU.

Teamed with Dywana Crudup, Catoshia Lewis and Tinesha Jackson-Hackney, Jackson ran the lead leg of TCUʼs record-setting 400-meter relay at the 1998 NCAA Outdoor Championships and the quartet took TCU to a third-place finish. She also competed in the 100-meter dash and reached the semifinal round at that NCAA meet.

Jackson-Hackney set the TCU womenʼs records for the indoor 55-meter dash (6.71) and the indoor 200 (23.57), both at altitude in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 1998. That senior season was a fitting cap to a career in which she improved each year, culminating in the Western Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships 100-meter crown. That victory permanently etched her name in the TCU history books.

Jackson collected numerous all-WAC accolades (both indoors and outdoors) throughout her career at TCU. She earned her distinction by leading off 11 of TCUʼs fastest 4x100 units in womenʼs history.

She went on to earn a pair of all-America honors at the 1998 NCAA Outdoor Championships by placing seventh in the 100 with a time of 11.32 and running the anchor leg on TCUʼs record-setting 400-meter relay (43.69) that placed third. Hackney ran on relay squads that posted the 11 fastest times in the 4x100 relay in TCU history.

2005-2007 Nathandra John closed out her career at TCU rewriting the school record books in the Indoor 400 meters with a time of 53.80 at the MWC Indoor Championships. She also earned her third All-America honor of her career by running the anchor leg on the 4x400 relay team that placed sixth at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Their mark of 3:34.75 set a new school record. A member of the All-MWC Indoor and Outdoor teams in the 400 meters and 4x400 relay, John holds the school record in the outdoor 400 meters with a time of 52.31 at the MWC Outdoor Championships in 2006. John, a St. Kitts native, returned in 2006 as an All-American from a 4x400 relay team that placed seventh at the NCAA Outdoor Championships with a school record 3:30.00 and won the 400 meters and the 4x400 relay titles at the indoor and outdoor Mountain West Conference Championships. After transferring to TCU from Paul Quinn College in Dallas, John became a key member on both the 4x400 meter relay and distance medley relay quartets by running the opening leg of the gold medal winning 4x400 unit and second leg of the third-place DMR squad at the conference indoor meet. She saved her best performance for the Conference USA Outdoor Championships where she set a new school record with a clocking of 52.92 seconds in the 400 and helped both relay units to gold medals. John later competed at the Midwest Regional where she finished sixth in the 400 and also anchored a 4x400 team which set a school record with a time of 3:31.49, enabling the foursome to advance to the NCAA Championships where they earned All-America honors as the 4x400 relay group placed eighth. TRACK & FIELD | WWW.GOFROGS.COM

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DEBORAH

Glady’s

Candis

JONES

KEITANY

KELLEY

DEBORAH JONES | FOUR-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

GLADY’S KEITANY | THREE-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPION

CANDIS KELLY | SIX-TIME MWC CHAMPION IN SHOT PUT

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1998-2001

Deborah Jones, a four-time All-American, was a versatile performer in both indoors and outdoors in four seasons at TCU. Jones closed out her individual career by running 52.50 in the 400 meters to place first overall at the MWC Outdoor Championships. During the indoor season in 2007, John posted a personal record of 53.92 in the 400 meters at the MWC Championships. A constant in the Flyinʼ Frogs relay units as well, she ran the third leg on a 4x100 relay team that placed fourth at the NCAA Outdoor Championships and the opening leg on the 4x400 realy team that placed sixth at the NCAA Indoor Championships with a school record time of 3:34.75 in 2007. Jones was a member of a 4x200 relay team that set a school record with a time of 1:33.21 at the Penn Relays in 2007. She earned all-conference honors by being a member of the 4x100 and 4x400 team that won the MWC Outdoor title for a second consecutive year in 2007. In 2005, she won gold at the C-USA Championships with the 4x400 realy team and later that season claimed fourth in the 400 and a pair of golds with the 4x100 and 4x400 relay units at the conference outdoor competition. Jones ran the second leg on a 2005 mile relay team that placed third at the Midwest Regional with a school-record time of 3:31.49. That unit went on to advance to the NCAA Championships where they earned All-America honors.

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Gladyʼs Keitany won back-to-back conference titles in cross country in 2000 and 2001. In 2000, Keitany won the Western Athletic Conference Championship and in 2001 she won the Conference USA Championship. Keitany owns school records in the outdoor 3000 meters and as a member of the distance medley relay team. She set the school mark in the 3000 meters at the Penn Relays on April 28, 2001 with a time of 9:35.54. A native of Iten, Kenya, Keitanyʼs distance medley relay team owns the school mark of 11:50.15, which was set on Feb. 10, 2001 in Fayetteville, Ark. Keitany was also the 1998 WAC Cross Country Freshman of the Year.

2006-2009 Kelley closed out her indoor career in style at the Mountain West Conference Indoor Championships, winning the women's shot put for the fourth-straight year with an NCAA provisional toss of 50 feet, 2 ¾ inches. Kelley, who dominated the Mountain West Conference during her stay in Fort Worth with six titles, helped TCU claim seven-consecutive Mountain West Conference shot put titles between the indoor and outdoor seasons. By winning the conference title, Kelley became the first female student-athlete in MWC history to win the women's shot put title four-straight years. In 2008, she earned All-Region recognition after tossing the shot put 50 feet, 4 1/2 inches to finish in eighth-place in Lincoln at the Midwest Regional. Kelley captured the women's shot put title with a throw of 51 feet, 3 ¾ inches at the Penn Relays. With the win, Kelley won the first shot put title at the Penn Relays since 1992 and became only the third individual in TCU history to win a shot put title in Philadelphia

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Mary

Beverly

Kishelle

KINYANJUI MCDONALD PAUL MARY KINYANJUI | 2003 SOUTH CENT. REGIONAL AOY

2003-2004 One of the most prolific female distance runners at TCU, Kinyanjui was one of three cross country athletes to represent the Frogs on the 2005 Conference USA All-Decade Team. A two-time CUSA and South Central Region cross country champion, she joined Gladys Keitany as the only TCU female runners to win two league cross country individual titles. Kinyanjui earned first team all-conference honors for winning the 2003 C-USA Cross Country Championships. She was later named the 2003 South Central Region Female Athlete of the Year after winning the regional meet in 20:44, and earned a trip to the NCAA meet where she placed 45th at the NCAA Championships. The Kiambu, Kenya, native holds three school records on the track – the indoors 3000m and 5000m, and the 5000 meters outdoors.

BEVERLY MCDONALD | 2000 OLYMPIC SILVER MEDAL

1992-1993 In 1993, this former Jamaican Olympian raced to victories in both the 100 and 200-meter races at the Southwest Conference Championships. The engaging McDonald, still active in international track and field competition, held the Lady Frogsʼ sprint marks in both of those events with times of 11.08 and 22.67 seconds, respectively. McDonald became a two-time all-American in 1993 when she placed runner-up in both the 100 and 200-meter events at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in New Orleans, Louisiana. McDonald has been one of Jamaicaʼs most consistent performers on the international circuit since leaving TCU. She was ranked among the top 10 sprinters in the world in the 200 in 1999 and took a silver medal in that event at the 1999 World Championships. She ran the qualifying leg of the Jamaican 4x100 team that won gold at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, Greece. She also ran in the 100 and 200-meter individual races. McDonald also won a silver medal at the 2000 Olympics as a member of the 4x100 relay team. She was also a member of the Jamaican national team at the 2003 World Championships. Beverly was coached by former TCU track great Raymond Stewart after she finished at TCU. In 2008, McDonald was inducted into the TCU Hall of Fame.

KISHELLE PAUL | TWO-TIME REGIONAL CHAMPION

2006-2009 Paul closed out her career as TCUʼs most decorated hurdler in the history of the program. She went into the 2009 National Championships having claimed her second-consecutive Midwest Regional title in the 400-meter hurdles with a seasonal-best time of 58.00 seconds to automatically qualify for nationals. By winning her second-consecutive regional title, Paul became the first TCU female student-athlete to win a regional in back-to-back years. Paul, who won the Mountain West Conference 100-meter hurdles title with a seasonal-best time of 13.38 seconds, also led off TCU's No. 5 ranked 4x400, which clocked a seasonal-best time of 3:32.82 seconds. During the indoor season, Paul collected her third All-America award as a member of the the women's 4x400 that placed fourth overall at the NCAA Indoor Championships. She also helped the women's 4x400 set the indoor school record in the event with a time of 3:34.63 at the ISU NCAA Qualifier. Overall, Paul who collected multiple conference championships and set the school record in the 400-meter hurdles in 2007, closed her career in Fort Worth earning All-America accolades in three out of the four years she was at TCU, while also claiming regional titles two straight years.

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Ella

Donna

Monica

SMITH

THOMAS

TWUM

ELLA SMITH | MULTIPLE SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER

DONNA THOMAS | TWO ALL-AMERICAN AWARDS IN 1985

MONICA TWUM | FOUR-TIME ALL-AMERICAN

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1984-1985

2003-2004

Ella Smith transferred from North Texas in 1984 and quickly established herself as one of the top womenʼs sprinters in the NCAA ranks.

The former TCU record holder in the long jump (21-51/2) and the triple jump (42-4), Donna Thomas rewrote the Horned Frogs record book during the 1985 season.

The top TCU female sprinter of the 21st century, Monica Twum was a four-time All-American during her three-year career at TCU.

At one point in her remarkable career, Smith held every womenʼs sprint mark at TCU — the 60-yard dash (indoors), the 100 meters (11.31), the 200 meters (23.14) and the 400 meters (55.14) — plus she was a member of both school record relay units.

A Fort Worth native who transferred to TCU from North Texas State, Thomas was a graduate of Trimble Tech High School where she was a three-time state champion. With the start of NCAA-sanctioned womenʼs athletics at TCU, Thomas transferred before the 1984 season and earned numerous All-American honors as a relay sprinter and in the jumps.

A native of Tema, Ghana, Twum transferred to TCU after one year at Life University. She made an immediate impact, placing sixth in the 60-meters during the 2001 indoor season and seventh in the 100-meter dash during the outdoor season at the NCAA Championships as a sophomore.

In 1985, the ever-smiling Smith, a product of Groesbeck, Texas, earned All-American recognition for the Frogs when she placed sixth in the 100 meter at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Austin, Texas.

TCUʼs 1985 Female Athlete of the Year, Donna was an all-American in the triple jump (seventh place finish) and the long jump (eighth place) at that yearʼs NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Twum ran the anchor leg on both TCU 4x100 meter relay units that earned All-America distinction in 2002 and again in 2003. She ran the final leg on the 2003 quartet that established a new school record with a time of 43.37 seconds in the semifinal round of the NCAA Championships. In addition to her success on the national level, Twum won four individual conference indoor titles and three individual conference outdoor titles.

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Stevanie Wadsworth-

FERGUSON

STEVANIE WADSWORTH-FERGUSON | ALL-AMERICAN

1992-1994 When Stevanie Wadsworth decided to transfer back to a school in her home state after an unfulfilled year at Ohio University, many track and field observers were skeptical of her choice to attend a school with no previous history in womenʼs throwing events. Three years later, Wadsworth, now Wadsworth-Ferguson, had clearly made the right choice. By the time her collegiate career had ended, she owned every TCU throws record, had won a pair of SWC shot put titles and had earned All-America honors in 1992 and 1993.

ALL-TIME GREATS LIST AT TCU

1928-2009 Men Tony Allen Lewis Banda Joe Brown Michael Cannon Bill Collins Johnny L. Collins Kim Collins Cleavon Dillon Delwayne Delaney Jon Drummond Aundre Edwards Philip Epps Michael Frater Jarmiene Holloway Bryan Howard Jonathan Jackson Kip Kangogo Jackson Langat Cy Leland Otis McDaniel Horatio Porter Donovan Powell Jordan Reynolds Khadevis Robinson Greg Scholars Greg Smith Raymond Stewart Roscoe Tatum Ricardo Williams Roy Williams Syan Williams

Women Rebecca Allison Dywana Crudup Lisa Ford Donita Harmon Gisela Jackson Tinesha Jackson-Hackney Virgil Hodge Nathandra John Deborah Jones Gladys Keitany Candis Kelly Mary Kinyahjui Beverly McDonald Kishelle Paul Ella Smith Donna Thomas Monica Twum Stevanie Wadsworth-Ferguson

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THE PROGRAM

SIMPLY THE BEST TCU has produced some of the most memorable relay units in the history of track and field, including the fastest 4x100 and 4x200 in collegiate history. The following is a look back at seven of the Flyinʼ Frogs best relays. All seven were NCAA National Champions.

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The Flyinʼ Frogs had produced seven NCAA titles in the 4x100 and 4x400 relays in their history.

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1983 BRINGS HOME A 4X400 NATIONAL TITLE

Allen Ingraham | James Richard | Keith Burnett | David Walker

David Walker Anchoring 1983 4x400 Squad at the 1983 NCAA Outdoor Championships in houston.

TCUʼs great relay tradition is dominated by its championship 4x100-meter units, but the Horned Frogs nabbed their first NCAA title of any kind in the 4x400-meter relay at the 1983 NCAA Outdoor Championships in Houston. TCUʼs victory, in a time of 3:02.09 (just .11 off the collegiate record of the time) gave the Horned Frogsʼ quartet of Allen Ingraham, James Richard, Keith Burnett and David Walker the programʼs first title. Ingraham took the Frogs out to third place on the first leg, just .10 behind Alabama and race leader Baylor. The Frogs held third behind pre-meet favorite Baylor and the Crimson Tide as Richard ran a 45.5 leg to maintain within close range of Alabamaʼs star sprinter, Calvin Smith. Burnett took over for TCU on the third leg and ran a commanding lap in 45.0 to give the Horned Frogs a six-meter lead over Michigan State and Baylor. The lead eventually vanished as Michigan Stateʼs Eliot Tabron overtook TCU anchorman Walker on the final turn, but Walker had enough energy left to finish strong. Walker caught Tabron in the final 10 meters and held off a strong charge by Alabamaʼs Lamar Smith while MSUʼs Tabron faded to third. Walkerʼs final leg of 45.6 was fast enough to give TCU the victory and the senior thrust his arms skyward as he triumphantly crossed the finish line. The race featured no less than four teams from TCUʼs conference, the Southwest Conference, which dominated collegiate track & field for much of the decade as SMU, Baylor and Texas joined TCU in the final.

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1986 THE FIRST 4X100 CROWN COMES TO FORT WORTH Roscoe Tatum | Andrew Smith | Leroy Reid | Greg Sholars

1986 Newspaper clipping talking about 1986 4x100 unit winning the National Championship. They entered the NCAA Outdoor Championships of 1986 as the pre-meet favorites, having won all seven races heading into the meet, but TCUʼs 4x100-meter relay unit knew it had its work cut out against a field that included four rival squads from the Southwest Conference. After running 38.56 in the preliminary heat (just .03 off the existing collegiate record at the time), TCUʼs foursome of Roscoe Tatum, Andrew Smith, Leroy Reid and Greg Sholars knew it would take a similar effort - or an even better one - to win the final. And they came up with just such a performance. Running without ace sprinter Raymond Stewart, lost for the season with a quadriceps injury early in the year, TCU relied on its incredible depth to produce a collegiate record 38.46 in the final. To that point, only nine nations had ever produced faster relay units. And TCU needed to produce a flawless race as the young Frogs (two sophomores, a junior and a freshman anchoring) held off the fastest all-freshman relay unit in history from SWC rival Texas A&M. It was a smooth race for TCU, which held the lead from the start with the ever-present Aggies right behind. Sophomores Roscoe Tatum and Andrew Smith established the slight lead and junior Leroy Reid took it into the final curve. With TCU still maintaining a small advantage, freshman Greg Sholars took the Horned Frogs home in a collegiate record time, just .17 ahead of A&M. The time would have won the silver medal at the 1984 Olympic Games just two years earlier and was a world leading time for the season when it was produced. Most of all, it established TCU as a sprinting and relays power, a position the Horned Frogs have maintained for almost two decades.

1986 4x100 Relay Squad It was one of collegiate trackʼs most incredible winning streaks, spanning two calendar years and 25 races against the nationʼs finest 4x100-meter relay units. It started April 4, 1986, with a preliminary heat victory at the Texas Relays and ended April 30, 1988, at the Penn Relays. In between, TCU garnered consecutive NCAA titles, set numerous meet records, lowered the collegiate record and made an indelible mark on collegiate track and field. 1986 1. Texas Relays ______________________Austin________________39.57 2. Texas Relays ______________________Austin ______________38.97* 3. UCLA dual ________________________Los Angeles ____________39.3 4. Penn Relays ______________________Philadelphia __________39.58 5. Penn Relays ______________________Philadelphia __________39.11* 6. SWC Championships ________________Houston ______________39.02 7. Texas Last Chance __________________Austin________________39.50 8. NCAA Championships ________________Indianapolis __________38.56 9. NCAA Championships ________________Indianapolis ________38.46*# 1987 10. TSU Relays ________________________Houston ____________39.02* 11. Florida Relays ______________________Gainesville __________38.98* 12. Texas Relays ______________________Austin________________39.56 13.Texas Relays ________________________Austin________________39.13 14. Penn Relays ______________________Philadelphia __________40.49 15. Penn Relays ______________________Philadelphia __________39.26 16. Mutual Life Games __________________Kingston ______________38.9 17. SWC Championships ________________Lubbock ______________39.06 18. Southwest TAC ____________________Dallas________________39.46 19. NCAA Championships ________________Baton Rouge __________39.16 20. NCAA Championships ________________Baton Rouge __________38.83 1988 21. TSU Relays ________________________Houston ______________39.22 22. Texas A&M Invite ____________________College Station ________39.56 23. Texas Relays ______________________Austin________________39.35 24. Texas Relays ______________________Austin________________39.43 25. Penn Relays ______________________Philadelphia __________41.10 (*meet record; #collegiate record)

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1987 FROGS REPEAT AS CHAMPIONS

Roscoe Tatum | Andrew Smith | Greg Sholars | Raymond Stewart

Greg Sholars helped the Flyin’ Frogs bring home the title for a second-consecutive season in 1987.

Unbeaten in 18 races, TCUʼs 4x100-meter relay unit entered the 1987 NCAA Outdoor Championships at Baton Rouge, La., squarely in the sights of several strong competitors. Their chief competition would come from an upstart quartet from Texas A&M, their main rival in the Southwest Conference. The defending NCAA champions, TCU was running slightly different unit than the 1986 quartet as sophomore Ray Stewart replaced Leroy Reid in the foursome after Reid had suffered a slipped disk in his back earlier in the season. Reidʼs absence precipitated a change in the relay order for TCU as former anchor Greg Sholars moved to the third slot (Reidʼs former position) with Stewart taking over as anchor man. As fate would have it, the race would come down to Stewartʼs final sprint. A&M sent a message in the qualifying heats, running a stadium record 38.89 to erase TCUʼs previous track record of 39.10. The Frogs, meanwhile, won their heat in a pedestrian 39.16 as they safely passed the stick to reach the final. That set the stage for the final and a showdown between two teams from Texas. TCU was positioned in lane 6. The Aggies were directly to TCUʼs left in lane 5. The race was a close one from the starting gun. Leadoffs Roscoe Tatum of TCU and Lawrence Felton of A&M reached the first handoff in a virtual tie. Then, the Aggies pulled slightly ahead on the second leg as NCAA 200-meter champion Floyd Heard nudged ahead of TCUʼs Andrew Smith at the second exchange. On the third leg, TCUʼs Sholars made up the deficit to pull even with Aggie Greg Lewis at the final baton pass. It was up to Stewart and A&M anchor Stanley Kerr. Both runners blasted out of the final curve in a dead heat before Stewart came up with a final burst of speed to take a thrilling victory by .03 of a second. TCUʼs 38.82 was the fastest time by any collegiate team of the 1987 season while A&Mʼs 38.85 was second on that seasonʼs list. “That last third of the race, I saw that Kerr was still there,” Stewart said. “I said, ʻOK, time for me to goʼ.”

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1989 FLYIN’ FROGS WIN AGAIN IN RECORD FASHION

Raymond Stewart | Andrew Smith | Horatio Porter | Greg Sholars

Only two nations (U.S. and the former Soviet Union) have ever run faster than TCU’s 38.23 In Provo, Utah.

When sprinter Raymond Stewart came to TCU in 1985 he was already an Olympic medalist and a national hero in his native Jamaica. By the time he left TCU, Stewart had accomplished more than any Horned Frogs sprinter in history. Stewartʼs collegiate career ended spectacularly with his performance at the 1989 NCAA Outdoor Championships in Provo, Utah, as he won the 100-meter dash in 9.97 seconds (the second-fastest time ever by a Southwest Conference sprinter). His final race in a TCU uniform, the 4x100-meter relay, ended appropriately with Stewart carrying the baton across the finish line in a collegiate record 38.23, breaking the mark of 38.46 set by TCUʼs 1986 championship quartet. But Stewart was just one of three members of the relay squad to finish outstanding careers this day. For second leg Andrew Smith and third leg Greg Sholars, it was the third NCAA relay title of their careers.

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1991 CRUSHES FIELD AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Jon Drummond | Carey Johnson | Ralston Wright | Horatio Porter

Horatio Porter helped the Flyin’ Frogs Bring home their fourth NCAA Title in six years.

When TCU leadoff man Jon Drummond bolted from the starting blocks at the beginning of the 1991 NCAA Championships 4x100-meter relay finals, a race that figured to be a tight one between Drummondʼs Horned Frogs, upstart Clemson and defending champion Alabama was already decided. Such was Drummondʼs start and ensuing first leg of the relay that TCU cruised to an easy victory and its fourth NCAA 4-by-1 title in six years. During practices throughout his TCU career, sprinter Horatio Porter liked to wear a shirt with the words “Born To Lead” across the front. In the 4x100 final of 1991, Porter and his relay mates brought that motto to life. The runner-up in the 100-meter dash earlier in the meet, Drummond passed smoothly to second leg Carey Johnson whose excellent run enlarged an already sizable TCU advantage. From that point, it was just a matter of safety and time before TCU regained its perch atop the collegiate relay world. Ralston Wright took a perfect exchange from Johnson and ran an excellent curve before handing to anchor leg Horatio Porter who cruised home to the title in 38.88. “We had to scratch from the ʻ90 final, so weʼve been looking forward to this all year,” Porter said. “Weʼre just happy to win - we could have run 40-flat and still be thrilled to win.”

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1995 FLYIN’ FROGS WIN NO. 6 RELAY TITLE IN TIGHT RACE

Donovan Powell | Brashant Carter | Lloyd Edwards | Hosia Abdallah

1995 Newspaper clipping talking about 1995 4x100 unit winning the National Championship. As the LSU Tigers dominated collegiate track & field during the early 1990s, the Tiger relay squads racked up three consecutive NCAA 4x100-meter relay championships. LSU seemed destined to extend their streak to a record-tying four straight, but TCUʼs quartet of Donovan Powell, Brashant Carter, Lloyd Edwards and Hosia Abdallah had other ideas. In a tight race between LSU, TCU and Kentucky, Powell gave TCU the lead through into the first exchange before Kentuckyʼs Tim Harden briefly surged in front. But it was an outstanding third leg in which Edwards ran an excellent curve for the Horned Frogs to give TCU a two-meter lead when he handed off to anchorman Abdallah. LSUʼs Rohsaan Griffin made a strong bid to overtake Abdallah, but the TCU anchor held him off for a slim victory. TCUʼs winning time of 38.63 was the eighth fastest in collegiate history at the time. “We just finished fast and smooth like we practice every day,” Abdallah said.

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2000 4X400 BRINGS HOME FIRST INDOOR CROWN

Roy Williams | Anthony Amantine | Kendrick Campbell | Johnny Collins

Kendrick Campbell & Anthony Amantine helped the Flyin’ Frogs bring home indoor title in 2000.

The final event of the 2000 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships, the 4x400-meter relay, produced TCUʼs first NCAA indoor relay title ever, a breakthrough for a program that has produced seven outdoor NCAA relay crowns. The TCU quartet of Roy Williams, Anthony Amantine, Kendrick Campbell and Johnny L. Collins II edged Oklahoma by threetenths of a second with a winning time of 3:06.69. The performance capped a monumental indoor season for TCU, which won its first conference team title ever two weeks prior by winning the Western Athletic Conference indoor crown. The NCAA meet set new TCU standards by almost any measure as the Horned Frogs set new standards for indoor All-Americans, team points and team finish. The fourth place finish by TCU, while the highest at an NCAA indoor meet, had only been topped twice previously at NCAA Outdoor meets as TCU placed third at the outdoor championships in 1987 and again in 1988.

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2010 QUALIFYING STANDARDS 2010 NCAA DIVISION I MENʼS INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD QUALIFYING STANDARDS AUTOMATIC PROVISIONAL Event FAT MT FAT MT 55 Meters 6.14@ — 6.25@ — 60 Meters 6.60@ — 6.71@ — 55-Meter Hurdles 7.17@ — 7.38@ — 60-Meter Hurdles 7.70@ — 7.91@ — 200 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* 21.48 — 21.88 — (200m/220 yds)* 21.23 — 21.63 — (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 20.83 — 21.23 — 400 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* 47.15 46.9 48.25 48.0 (200m/220 yds)* 46.75 46.5 47.85 47.6 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 46.15 45.9 47.25 47.0 800 Meters# (200m/220 yds or less)* 1:48.90 1:48.6 1:51.40 1:51.1 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 1:48.00 1:47.7 1:50.50 1:50.2 Mile# (200m/220 yds or less)* 4:00.80 4:00.5 4:05.30 4:05.0 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 3:59.00 3:58.7 4:03.50 4:03.2 3,000 Meters# (200m/220 yds or less)* 7:57.20 7:56.9 8:07.70 8:07.4 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 7:54.50 7:54.2 8:05.00 8:04.7 5,000 Meters# (200m/220 yds or less)* 13:50.80 13:50.5 14:13.80 14:13.5 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 13:47.00 13:46.7 14:10.00 14:09.7 1,600-Meter Relay (Under 200m/220 yds)* 3:10.50 3:10.2 3:14.40 3:14.1 (200m/220 yds)* 3:08.90 3:08.6 3:12.80 3:12.5 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 3:06.50 3:06.2 3:10.40 3:10.1 Mile Relay (Under 200m/220 yds)* 3:10.70 3:10.4 3:14.80 3:14.5 (200m/220 yds)* 3:09.10 3:08.8 3:13.20 3:12.9 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 3:07.50 3:07.2 3:11.60 3:11.3 Distance Medley Relay—Meters# (200m/220 yds or less)* 9:33.00 9:32.7 9:44.70 9:44.4 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 9:30.00 9:29.7 9:41.70 9:41.4 Distance Medley Relay—Yards# (200 m/220 yds or less)* 9:35.70 9:35.4 9:47.40 9:47.1 (Banked or Over 200 m/220 yds)* 9:33.50 9:33.2 9:45.20 9:44.9

2010 NCAA DIVISION I WOMENʼS INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD QUALIFYING STANDARDS AUTOMATIC PROVISIONAL Event FAT MT FAT MT 55 Meters 6.74@ — 6.92@ — 60 Meters 7.26@ — 7.44@ — 55-Meter Hurdles 7.57@ — 7.86@ — 60-Meter Hurdles 8.14@ — 8.43@ — 200 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* 23.90 — 24.60 — (200m/220 yds)* 23.70 — 24.40 — (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 23.20 — 23.90 — 400 Meters (Under 200m/220 yds)* 53.20 52.9 55.20 54.9 (200m/220 yds)* 52.90 52.6 54.90 54.6 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 52.40 52.1 54.40 54.1 800 Meters# (200m/220 yds or less)* 2:06.00 2:05.7 2:10.00 2:09.7 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 2:05.00 2:04.7 2:09.00 2:08.7 Mile# (200m/220 yds or less)* 4:38.90 4:38.6 4:48.90 4:48.6 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 4:37.00 4:36.7 4:47.00 4:46.7 3,000 Meters# (200m/220 yds or less)* 9:16.00 9:15.7 9:35.00 9:34.7 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 9:13.00 9:12.7 9:32.00 9:31.7 5,000 Meters# (200m/220 yds or less)* 16:12.50 16:12.2 16:49.50 16:49.2 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 16:07.50 16:07.2 16:44.50 16:44.2 1,600-Meter Relay (Under 200m/220 yds)* 3:37.00 3:36.7 3:44.00 3:43.7 (200m/220 yds)* 3:35.80 3:35.5 3:42.80 3:42.5 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 3:33.00 3:32.7 3:40.00 3:39.7 Mile Relay (Under 200m/220 yds)* 3:36.60 3:36.3 3:43.60 3:43.3 (200m/220 yds)* 3:35.40 3:35.1 3:42.40 3:42.1 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 3:34.20 3:33.9 3:41.20 3:40.9 Distance Medley Relay—Meters# (200m/220 yds or less)* 11:09.40 11:09.1 11:30.40 11:30.1 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 11:05.50 11:05.2 11:26.50 11:26.2 Distance Medley Relay—Yards# (200m/220 yds or less)* 11:11.00 11:10.7 11:32.00 11:31.7 (Banked or Over 200m/220 yds)* 11:09.00 11:08.7 11:30.00 11:29.7

@ Qualifying times attained at altitude of 6,000 feet and above, add .04 seconds. Times attained at altitude of 3,000-5,999 feet, add .02 seconds. METRIC METRIC High Jump 2.24 2.14 Pole Vault 5.50 5.20 Long Jump 7.85 7.50 Triple Jump 16.15 15.45 Shot Put 19.30 17.75 35-Pound Weight 21.50 19.50 Heptathlon 5,675 points 5,325 points

@ Qualifying times attained at altitude of 6,000 feet and above, add .04 seconds. Times attained at altitude of 3,000-5,999 feet, add .02 seconds.

*—Size of track. #—Altitude adjustment available.

*—Size of track. #—Altitude adjustment available.

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High Jump Pole Vault Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put 20-Pound Weight Pentathlon

METRIC 1.85 4.25 6.38 13.30 16.90 21.00 4,075 points

METRIC 1.78 4.00 6.13 12.65 15.20 18.75 3,725 points

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2010 OUTDOOR QUALIFYING STANDARDS The 2010 outdoor campaign will mark the first season that NCAA Division I schools will utilize a “preliminary round” format for determining qualifiers for the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship meet, which will be hosted by the University of Oregon on June 9-12 in Eugene, Ore. As opposed to the past six years, where four regional meets were held for the purpose of determining who advances to the NCAA Championship meet, the 2010 season will feature East and West Preliminary Rounds, held in Greensboro, N.C., and Austin, Texas, respectively. The holders of the top 48 marks in each event will advance to either the East or West Preliminary Round site, based on their schoolʼs geographical location. Both preliminary round meets will be held May 27-29, with North Carolina A&T hosting the East site and the University of Texas hosting the West version. All states west of the Mississippi River, plus Illinois and Wisconsin and with the exception of Louisiana, will compete in the West Preliminary Round. All other states will compete in the East meet. Hayward Field: 2010 NCAA Championships

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HOME MEET INFORMATION

HOME MEET INFORMATION About The TCU Home Meets TCU will once again host two meets this spring at the Lowdon Track & Field Complex. TCU will kickoff its outdoor season with the fourth annual Horned Frog Invitational on March 19-20. The Flyin' Frogs will then host the 11th annual TCU Invitational on April 16-17. Horned Frog Invitational TCU will host the fourth annual Horned Frog Invitational on March 19-20, 2010 at the Lowdon Track & Field Complex. The complex, which opened in 2000, is the annual host to the Horned Frog Invitational, which features a separate high school and college division. Last spring, over 1,086 athletes were in competition at the Lowdon Track and Field Complex. Overall, 66 high schools were represented at the 2009 Horned Frog Invitational. TCU Invitational The 11th annual TCU Invitational is set for April 16-17, 2010, at the Lowdon Track & Field Complex. The complex was opened for competition on April 22, 2000, with the inaugural TCU Invite. Several top collegiate teams from around the region and nation have participated in the TCU Invite, including squads from Alabama, Louisville, Mississippi State, North Texas, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Rice, Sam Houston State, SMU, Stephen F. Austin, Texas, Texas-Arlington, Texas Tech and Tulsa.

DIRECTIONS TO LOWDON TRACK & FIELD COMPLEX Dallas/Fort Worth Airport • Start out going south on International Parkway S/TX-97 Spur S • Take the TX-183 W/TX-360 S ramp toward Ft. Worth/Grand Prairie/Arlington (0.7 miles) • Merge onto TX-183 W via the exit on the left toward Ft. Worth (10.6 miles) • TX-183 W becomes I-820 S/TX-121 S (0.2 miles) • Keep left to take TX-121 S via Exit 24B toward Downtown Fort Worth (7.1 miles) • Merge onto I-35W S/US-287 S/US-81 S via the exit on the left toward US-377 S/Waco (0.7 miles) • Merge onto I-30 W via Exit 51 toward Abilene (3.3 miles) • Take the University Drive exit, Exit 12A, toward City Parks/Zoo/TCU (0.1 miles) • Take the University Drive South ramp toward Forest Park Zoo/TCU (0.1 miles) • Merge onto S University Drive (1.5 miles) • Turn right onto W Cantey Street (0.3 miles) • Turn left onto Stadium Drive I-30 East • Take I-30 East • Take exit 12A toward University Drive (0.4 miles) • Turn slight left onto W Freeway/W Rosedale St./West FWY (0.1 miles) • Merge onto S University Drive toward Parks-Zoo/TCU (1.6 miles) • Turn right onto W Cantey Street (0.3 miles) • Turn left onto Stadium Drive I-20 West • Take I-20 West • Take the I-35W exit, Exit 437, toward Waco/Denton • Merge onto I-35W N/US-81 N toward Fort Worth • Take Exit 48A toward Berry Street/TCU (0.3 miles) • Turn slight left onto S Freeway/South FWY. (0.2 miles) • Turn left onto E Berry Street (2.6 miles) • Turn slight right onto Stadium Drive (0.3 miles)

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Tentative Horned Frog Invitational Time Schedule FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2010 FIELD EVENTS 4:30 PM COLLEGE DISCUS TO FOLLOW COLLEGE HAMMER

(WOMEN, MEN) (WOMEN,MEN)

SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 2010 RUNNING EVENTS 11:00 AM 11:10 AM 11:20 AM 11:30 AM 11:40 AM 11:45 AM 11:50 AM 12:05 PM 12:20 PM 12:25 PM 12:40 PM 1:05 PM 1:20 PM 1:40 PM 1:55 PM 2:15 PM 2:30 PM 2:45 PM 2:55 PM 3:10 PM 3:25 PM 3:30 PM 3:35 PM 3:55 PM 4:15 PM 4:25 PM 4:35 PM 4:50 PM 5:05 PM 5:15 PM 5:25 PM 5:40 PM 5:50 PM 6:05 PM 6:20 PM 6:25 PM

WOMEN MEN HS GIRLS HS BOYS WOMEN MEN HS GIRLS HS BOYS WOMEN MEN HS GIRLS WOMEN HS BOYS MEN HS GIRLS HS BOYS WOMEN MEN HS GIRLS HS BOYS WOMEN MEN HS GIRLS HS BOYS WOMEN MEN HS GIRLS HS BOYS WOMEN MEN WOMEN MEN HS GIRLS HS BOYS WOMEN MEN

SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 2010 FIELD EVENTS 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:30 PM 2:30 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:30 PM

1500M 1500M 4x100 RELAY 4x100 RELAY 4x100 RELAY 4x100 RELAY 800M 800M 800M 800M 100M HURDLES 100M HURDLES 110M HIGH HURDLES 110M HIGH HURDLES 400M 400M 400M 400M 100M 100M 100M 100M 1600M 1600M 400M HURDLES 400M HURDLES 200M 200M 200M 200M 3000M 3000M 4x400M RELAY 4x400M RELAY 4x400M RELAY 4x400M RELAY

HS GIRLʼS AND BOYʼS LONG JUMP HS SHOT PUT (GIRLS, FOLLOWED BY BOYS) JAVELIN (WOMEN, MEN TO FOLLOW) HIGH JUMP (WOMEN, FOLLOWED BY MEN) POLE VAULT (WOMEN, MEN TO FOLLOW) MENʼS LONG JUMP (WEST PIT), WOMENʼS LONG JUMP (EAST PIT) TRIPLE JUMPS TO FOLLOW SHOT PUT (WOMEN, FOLLOWED BY MEN)

FINAL FINAL HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME FINAL FINAL HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME FINAL FINAL HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME HEATS BY TIME

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TCU ALMA MATER/TRADITIONS

TCU TRADITIONS

WHAT IS A HORNED FROG?

BILL CRAWFORD SCHOLARSHIP

ALMA MATER

• The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornu-

The Bill Crawford Athletic Scholarship was established in 1987 by Mr. William H. Crawford, TCU Class of 1942, and his wife, Dorothy. The scholarship benefits student-athletes.

Hail all hail, TCU Memories Sweet, Comrades True Light of Faith, Follow Through Praise to Thee, TCU

tum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body”; in Latin, cornutus means “horned.” • Their primary diet is red harvester ants; theyʼd like 80

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to 100 a day. FIGHT SONG CHANT F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T

• The typical horned frog is three to five inches long.

Purple, White, Horned Frogs Fight Victory, Victory, Right, Right, Right

• Horned frogs are cold-blooded animals and have an

Rah, Rah TCU! Rah, Rah, TCU

unusual pinea

F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Go, Go, Horned Frogs Go TCU Frogs Fight

FIGHT SONG

gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of the head, which zoolgists believe is part of their system of the moregulation. • When angered or frightened, horned frogs can squirt a fine, four foot stream of blood from their eyes.

We'll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory

• The horned frog was named the State Reptile of Texas

For TCU, so tried and true,

in 1992.

We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU Hail white and purple flag whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you!

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THE MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

THE MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Mountain West Conference Directory

About the Mountain West Conference From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West Conference has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. Fresh off celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2008-09, the MWC continues to cultivate opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. Over the history of its first decade, the MWC has been assertive in its involvement with the NCAA governance structure and has taken a leadership role in the overall administration of intercollegiate athletics.

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Progressive in its approach, the MWC has marked several achievements over its first decade of existence, most notably becoming the first to establish a sports network dedicated solely to an intercollegiate athletic conference. The MWC was the first to experiment with the coaches challenge in the college football instant replay system. It was also the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS conference to participate in and win two BCS bowl games, as well as have three teams ranked all eight weeks of the BCS Standings. Additionally, the MWC was the first conference to have a member institution with No. 1 overall picks in both the NFL and NBA drafts in the same year (Utahʼs Alex Smith and Andrew Bogut, respectively). Since it was founded in 1999, the MWC is the only conference to have the No. 1 selection in each of the NFL, NBA and MLB drafts. The MWC also ranks second in No. 1 draft picks over the last five years with three overall. The Mountain West Conference is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within Mountain West Conference boundaries, including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders four MWC schools (Utah, BYU, Air Force and Colorado State). The high plains of Wyoming (elevation 7,220 feet – the highest Division I campus in the nation) contrast with the desert city of Las Vegas (the fastest growing metropolitan area in the West) and the Pacific Ocean locale of San Diego State. The southwestern flavor of New Mexico complements the western heritage and culture of Fort Worth, Texas, home of the MWCʼs newest member, TCU. History The Mountain West Conference was conceived on May 26, 1998, when the presidents of eight institutions — Air Force, BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah and Wyoming — decided to form a new NCAA Division I-A intercollegiate athletic conference. The split from the former 16-team conference re-established continuity and stability among the membership within the new league and signaled the continuation of its tradition-rich, long-standing athletic rivalries. Five of the MWCʼs eight original members have been conference rivals since the 1960s (BYU, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado State), while San Diego State (1978) and Air Force (1980) were longtime members as well. UNLV and TCU entered the fold in 1996 and the Rebels continued as one of the original eight institutions that formed the MWC in 1999. TCU rejoined the group with its first year of competition in the Mountain West in 2005-06, completing the Conference membership as it stands today. When the MWC officially began operations on July 1, 1999, the new league had in place a seven-year contract with ESPN, giving the broadcaster exclusive national television rights to MWC football and menʼs basketball, and three-year agreements to send the leagueʼs football champion to the Liberty Bowl and a second team to the Las Vegas Bowl. Commissioner Craig Thompson also arranged a third bowl tie-in each of the first three years (1999 Motor City, 2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans) before securing a four-year deal with the Emerald Bowl in San Francisco in 2002. An innovator in the postseason bowl structure, the MWC engineered many “firsts,” as league teams have participated in five inaugural bowl games (2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans, 2002 San Francisco (Emerald), 2005 Poinsettia, 2006 New Mexico), as well as placing the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS team into a BCS bowl game with Utahʼs appearance in the 2005 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

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COMMISSIONER Craig Thompson Bret Gilliland

Commissioner Deputy Commissioner

BUSINESSS & FINANCE Jim Andrus

Assoc. Commiss., Business & Finance

CHAMPIONSHIPS Carrie Coll Dawn Anderson Chelsea Guetz

Assoc. Commiss., Championships Director of Championships Championships Coord.

COMMUNICATIONS Javan Hedlund Kim Melcher Marlon Edge Becky Motchan

Assoc. Commiss., Communications Director of Communications Asst. Director of Communications Asst. Director of Communications

COMPLIANCE Carolayne Henry Gary Walenga

Assoc. Commiss., Compliance/SWA Asst. Director of Compliance

MARKETING Dan Butterly

Assoc. Commiss., Marketing

MULTIMEDIA Katie Cavender

Multimedia Coordinator

OPERATIONS James Hixson

Director of Operations

SUPPORT STAFF Ruth Hill

Administrative Assistant

OFFICIALS Ken Rivera

Coordinator of Football Officials

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TCU COMPLIANCE PROSPECTS Who is a Prospective Student-Athlete (Prospect)? You are a prospect if you have started classes for the ninth grade. Before the ninth grade, you may become a prospect if a university provides you (or your family or friends) any financial aid or other benefit that is not usually provided to prospective student-athletes. How do I know if Iʼm being recruited? There are several ways to be recruited: (1) A coach may provide you with an official paid visit to view the campus, (2) a coach may arrange an in-person, off-campus meeting with you (or your family), or (3) a coach or staff member may call you (or your family) on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Only coaches and athletic department staff can be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at TCU. Please contact the coaching staff if you know of a prospect that may have the interest and ability to participate in intercollegiate athletics at TCU. The coach can then take appropriate action.

WHAT IS A CONTACT? A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospectʼs parent(s) or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs in excess of an exchange of greeting. NOTE: At the Division I level, athletic representatives (boosters) may not contact you for the purpose of recruiting. What can TCU offer you to attend? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement, or arrangements (e.g. cash, clothing, cars, gifts, loans, etc…) to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent. TCU may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. TCU can recommend that this aid is renewed each year, as is the general practice at the institution, but this renewal is not guaranteed.

BOOSTERS Who is a "booster"? A "booster" is known in NCAA terms as a "representative of the institution's athletics interests." You become a booster if: • you have ever been a member of any organization promoting TCU Athletics, • you have ever made any type of donation to the Frog Club, TCU Athletics or any other TCU booster organization, • you have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes, • you have ever assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, • you have promoted TCU Athletics in any other manner. NCAA Bylaw 13.02.12.1 mandates that when you become a booster, you retain that identity for the rest of your life. As a representative of TCU's athletics interests, you are bound by NCAA rules. TCU is responsible for your actions.

OFFICE OF ATHLETICS COMPLIANCE Andrea Nordmann Associate Director of Athletics – Compliance 817.257.7525 a.nordmann@tcu.edu John Cunningham Director of Athletics Compliance 817.257.7525 j.a.cunningham@tcu.edu TBA Assistant Director of Athletics Compliance 817.257.7525 TBA Stephanie Kay Administrative Assistant 817.257.7525 stephanie.kay@tcu.edu

CONTACT INFORMATION NCAA 700 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46206 317.917.6222 www.ncaa.org Mountain West Conference 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200 Colorado Springs, CO 80921 719.488.4040 www.TheMWC.com Texas Christian University Office of Athletics Compliance 2800 Stadium Drive Fort Worth, TX 76129 www.gofrogs.com

INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL "Institutional control" of Athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA rules. The NCAA constitution provides that each institution shall be responsible for ensuring that student-athletes, members of the institution's staff and other individuals or groups that represent the institution's athletics interests comply with all applicable NCAA regulations. Because of the complexity of NCAA rules, this document does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively. TRACK & FIELD | WWW.GOFROGS.COM

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TCU ATHLETICS WEBSITE

WWW.

GOFROGS.COM

GoFrogs.com, is the official site of the TCU Athletics Department and it supplies Horned Frog fans around the country with the latest news, video and features on TCU Track and Field live from Fort Worth.

The site provides the latest press releases, rosters, bios, progressive charts, schedules, statistics, game notes, quotes, player and coach journals, photo galleries, audio and video available to Flyinʼ Frog fans and the media. The premium content TCU All-Access at GoFrogs.com provides even more access to the Horned Frogs as all video content is free to the public. Every week during the season, TCUʼs All-Access carries video of the Flyinʼ Frogs previous week along with player interviews. GoFrogs.com also provides coach and player quotes, photos, video and audio clips and the latest weekly notes from the TCU Athletics Media Relations in advance to a meet or game. On game days, live statistics and the TCU Radio Network radio broadcasts are available online with recaps, statistics, notes, quotes and photos following shortly after the game.

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HALL OF FAME TCU HALL OF FAME FIRST Edward Eugene Bill Jon Phillip Judge A.D. Jack Cy James Beverly Ross Horatio Col. Wm. V. "Blue" Khadevis Eugene Greg Raymond Harry Donna Bubba Julius Jewell Kenneth L.C. "Pete"

LAST GRAD YEAR INDUCTED AS Briscoe 1924 Track & Field Collins 1975 Track & Field Drummond 1991 Track & Field Epps 1982 Track & Field Green 1920 Tennis, Track, Football Langdon 1934 Track, Football Leland 1930 Track & Field Maness 1985 Football, Track McDonald 1993 Track & Field Montgomery 1969 Track, Football Porter 1992 Track & Field Rattan 1913 Baseball, Fooball, Track Robinson 1998 Track & Field Schmidt 1950 Track, Basketball Sholars 1989 Track & Field Stewart 1989 Track & Field Taylor 1927 Baseball, Basketball, Track Thomas Wilson 1985 W. Track & Field Thornton 1969 Track, Football Truelson 1935 Basketball, Tennis, Football, Track Wallace 1935 Track & Field Wineburg 1957 Baseball, Football, Track Wright 1910 Track, Football

PENN RELAYS WALL OF FAME 1986 4x200 Meter Relay Team 1991 4x100 Meter Relay Team

USA TRACK AND FIELD MASTERS HALL OF FAME Bill Collins

Enshrined in 2001 Enshrined in 2008 Enshrined in 2003

2010 Track & Field Schedule Indoor Season Date Meet D. 12 Texas A&M Reveille J. 16 Texas A&M Invitational J. 22-23 Razorback Invitational J. 29 Lobo Challenge F. 12-13 Tyson Invitational F. 25-27 MWC Championships M. 5-6 Last Chance Meet M. 12-13 NCAA Indoor Champ.

Location College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Fayetteville, Ark. Albuquerque, N.M. Fayetteville, Ark. Albuquerque, N.M. Ames, Iowa Fayetteville, Ark.

Outdoor Season Date Meet M. 19-20 Horned Frog Invitational M. 27 UTA Invitational M. 31 Texas Relays A. 1-3 Texas Relays A. 10 North Texas Invitational A. 16-17 TCU Invitational A. 16-18 Mt. SAC Relays A. 22-24 Penn Relays A. 23-24 Oklahoma Invitational M. 1 Texas Invitational M. 13-15 MWC Outdoor Champ. M. 27-29 NCAA Regional J. 9-12 NCAA Outdoor Champ.

Location Fort Worth, Texas Arlington, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Denton, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Walnut, Calif. Philadelphia Norman, Okla. Austin, Texas Albuquerque, N.M. Austin, Texas Eugene, Ore.


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