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Dear Horned Frog Fans: The 2010-11 TCU athletics season is one that provided us a memory of a lifetime. It wasn’t just our Rose Bowl champion football program but also the incredible support we received from an unbelievable alumni and fan base. Thanks to you, our supporters, season-ticket holders, alumni, students, faculty, staff and fans, it was a record-breaking year on so many levels for us off the field. The incredible support of Chancellor Victor Boschini and a tremendous Board of Trustees, as well as the unbelievable efforts of TCU associate athletics director Davis Babb, our Frog Club staff, football coach Gary Patterson and others allowed us to generate the necessary funds for the renovation of Amon G. Carter Stadium. At press time, we had raised $143 million from 95 donors, surpassing our original goal of $105 million. Our Frog Club exceeded $5 million in donations and 5,000 members for the first time. We became just the second nonautomatic qualifying school to top $1 million in licensing revenues. We broke season ticket and attendance figures in football, baseball, soccer, volleyball, tennis and track and field. Through the leadership of Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief, Fridays in our city became Go Purple Fridays! The city became painted in purple. It was cool and fashionable to follow the Horned Frogs. Quite simply, you enabled us to succeed, and we thank you for that. In front of the largest television audience in ESPN and cable TV history, excluding the NFL, our football program captivated the nation with its dramatic Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin. It was an incredible stage to be on, and our student-athletes came through with a performance that made the TCU community proud. On Nov. 13, we said goodbye to an old friend as the final game was played in Amon G. Carter Stadium as we knew it. A few weeks later, on Dec. 5, we became the first team in the history of college football to implode its stadium and accept a Rose Bowl invitation on the same day. In addition to football, we won conference titles in baseball and women’s golf. Overall, it was another successful year for our athletics program. Twelve of our 20 sports were represented in postseason play with 11 teams nationally ranked. Among our many All-Americans, we had a national award winner in football’s Jake Kirkpatrick, who captured the Rimington Trophy as the best center in the country. The postseason honors extended to our terrific coaching staff. Karen Monez was selected as the Collegiate Rifle Coaches Association Coach of the Year, giving us three National Coach of the Year awards in the last two seasons. In addition to Amon G. Carter Stadium’s renovation, other facility improvements included a new weight room and the upper deck expansion of Lupton Stadium. Academically, our student-athletes continued to shine in the classroom and represent us well in the campus community. Our cumulative grade-point average was just under a 3.0 with four student-athletes graduating Phi Beta Kappa. The past year also saw us set our course for the future with the announcement that we accepted an invitation to join the BIG EAST Conference in all sports effective with the 2012-13 campaign. We hope you enjoy this year’s Annual Report as it summarizes a memorable and historic year for us, while also providing a look ahead to the future. Go Frogs!

Christopher M. Del Conte Director of Intercollegiate Athletics

2010-11 Intercollegiate Athletics Committee Rick L. Wittenbraker, Chair J. Kelly Cox John F. Davis III A.R. “Buddy” Dike Hunter Enis Alan D. Friedman Rafael G. Garza Charlie L. Geren Nick A. Giachino



Kenneth J. Huffman Bruce W. Hunt Ann M. Jones J. Roger King G. Malcolm Louden Kit Tennison Moncrief Roger A. Ramsey Jerry J. Ray Joan G. Rogers Billy Rosenthal

Clarence Scharbauer III Edgar H. Schollmaier Colby D. Siratt William E. Steele III Duer Wagner III F. Howard Walsh Jr. J. Roger Williams Marvin Gearhart – Emeritus Trustee Kade L. Matthews – Emeritus Trustee

Associate Athletics Directors Davis Babb Ross Bailey Jack Hesselbrock Kim Johnson Scott Kull Andrea Nordmann





FOOTBALL 2011 Rose Bowl Champions 2010 Mountain West Champions 13-0 Perfect Season At the time, the Rose Bowl earned the highest overnight rating (excluding the NFL) on record for ESPN and all of cable television.







women’s golf Mountain West Tournament Champions 16th NCAA Appearance Sanna Nuutinen – MWC Freshman of the Year Angie Ravaioli-Larkin – MWC Coach of the Year


2010-11 TCU Athletics annual report

BASEBALL Mountain West Regular Season Champions Sixth-Consecutive MWC Regular Season Title Fourth-Straight 40-Win Season Jim Schlossnagle – MWC Coach of the Year


Twelve of TCU’s 20 teams were represented at the national level in postseason play.






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Senior Festus Kigen was named South Central Region Athlete of the Year after winning the regional meet. Kigen represented TCU at the NCAA Cross Country Championship race, finishing 85th out of 246 competitors. The men finished sixth at the MWC Championships, while the women were ninth overall. Both programs were ranked in the South Central Region. The men held their ranking throughout the season. Sophomores Agnes Kemboi and Alex De La Garza swept the individual titles at the UTA Season Opener, as the women’s team won the meet and the men earned runner-up honors. Kemboi also enjoyed top-10 finishes at the Bear Twilight Invitational, Chile Pepper Festival and Cowboy Jamboree. The women’s team claimed second-place distinction at the Bear Twilight Invitational. The men earned a NCAA Public Recognition Award for the third-consecutive year. TCU had 13 athletes named to the All-Mountain West Conference Academic team.

Andy Dalton


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Closed the season ranked second in both the Associated Press and USA Today final polls, its third-straight year in the top 10 and fourth in the last six seasons. Won the Rose Bowl with a 21-19 victory over No. 5 Wisconsin. Season highlights also included a 47-7 win at Utah and a 45-10 victory over Baylor. Became the first school from a non-automatic qualifying conference to make back-to-back BCS appearances (2010 Fiesta Bowl, 2011 Rose Bowl) as well as becoming the first school from a non-AQ league to play in and win the Rose Bowl. Captured its second-straight Mountain West Conference championship and third in six years. Posted a 13-0 record for its second undefeated season in program history while also setting a single-season TCU win record. Sold out three home games en route to establishing new TCU marks for season tickets and attendance. Seniors recorded 44 wins in their career to set a win record for a class for the third-straight season. Led the nation in total defense for a third-straight year. Eight players received All-America honors, including five first-team selections.


Agnes Kemboi

Festus Kigen


(15-16 overall, 5-11 MWC) •

Irene Hester and Christy Hudson were tabbed All-Mountain West Conference. • Christy Hudson became the first Horned Frog since Dominika Szabo in 2002, 2003 and 2004 to earn three all-conference nods in her career. • Hudson also set a school record with two triple-doubles in one season. • The Frogs produced three triple-doubles in 2010, matching their total from the first 14 years of the program. • Four Horned Frogs combined to produce 46 double-doubles on the season, including a team-high 15 from Meghan Horio. • TCU averaged a school-record 1,319 fans. • In total, 21,097 fans attended TCU volleyball matches in 2010, a total that ranked 24th nationally. • Irene Hester led the league in kills per set (3.77) and points per set (4.37), while ranking second in aces per set (0.38). • She was the lone player in the league to rack up 400 kills, finishing the season with 403 kills. • Kristen Hester led the team in blocks with 100 total (18 solo, 82 assists). She has reached the 100 block mark each of the last two seasons.

Jordan Calhoun


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Irene Hester

The Frogs led the Mountain West Conference in six different offensive categories. Jordan Calhoun was a first-team AllMountain West selection. Calhoun became TCU’s all-time leader in goals scored for a career with 29 goals and also moved into No. 2 all-time in points for a career with 69 points. Senior Jackie Torda and Calhoun were named to the CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Women’s Soccer Team. The Purple and White led all TCU fall sports with 15 players on the All-MWC Academic Team. Earned fifth-straight Team Academic Award from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). TCU opened the doors to the Jane Justin Field House. Newcomer Kristen Barg was recognized on Top Drawer Soccer’s Top-100 Freshman to Watch list. TCU ranked eighth nationally in attendance with an average of 1,509 fans per home match. Goalkeeper Kelsey Walters started her professional career in Iceland.




Jessica Young


Hank Thorns


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MEN’S BASKETBALL (11-22 overall; 1-15 MWC) •

TCU reached the second round of the Conoco Mountain West Conference Championships following an opening victory over No. 8 seed Wyoming. Junior guard Hank Thorns was named Third-Team All-Mountain West Conference after leading league in both assists average and assist/turnover ratio. He finished the season ranked No. 4 and No. 13 nationally in the respective categories. Thorns’ 225 assists marked the No. 3 total in TCU single-season history and No. 2 in the history of the Mountain West Conference. Sophomore forward Garlon Green led TCU in scoring average (11.2 ppg) and fell just one trey shy of leading the MWC in 3-point field-goal percentage (47.6 percent). Freshman forward Amric Fields ranked No. 3 among all MWC freshmen in scoring and rebounding. The Frogs went 4-1 against opponents from the state of Texas. Among TCU’s victories was an 81-69 home win in November over eventual NCAA Tournament qualifier USC. The Frogs also picked up an 81-77 road win at Texas Tech and an 84-64 home decision against Metroplex rival SMU. TCU tied a school record previously set in 1982-83 by playing five games against top-10 ranked teams. The Feb. 19 home matchup with No. 7 BYU featured an  attendance of 7,258, which marked the third-largest  crowd in the 40-year history of Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. TCU graduated two seniors in forward Nikola Gacesa and guard Greg Hill.



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The women’s team posted the highest finish in program history at the NCAA Championships, tying Southern Miss for 13th place, totaling a program-best 15 points. Senior Jessica Young earned All-America honors after garnering NCAA silver in the women’s 60-meter dash. Young’s time of 7.17 was a new school record. The women’s 4x400 quartet consisting of Quinterra Charles, Kristal Juarez, Teneshia Peart and Young collected fifth place overall and All-America status at the NCAA meet with a school-record time. Junior Whitney Gipson also earned All-America recognition after soaring to sixth place in the women’s long jump. TCU collected eight gold medals at the 2011 Mountain West Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships in Albuquerque, N.M. Young highlighted the conference meet by receiving the High Point Award and the Outstanding Female Performance Award. Sophomores Cameron Tabor and Kelsey Samuels set new TCU records for the men’s and women’s weight throw. The Frogs had 17 student-athletes named to the MWC Indoor Track and Field team. The men earned a Public Recognition Award for scoring in the top-10 percent of the sport with their academic progress rates (APR).

Friedrich Grott


Mychal Dungey

Sarah Scherer

• Finished third at the NCAA Championships. • Took home fourth place in Smallbore and third in Air Rifle. • Sarah Scherer finished fourth individually in Air Rifle and Caitlin Morrissey finished sixth individually in smallbore. • The Horned Frogs went undefeated in the regular season, winning all 13 of their matches. • Karen Monez was named the CRCA Coach of the Year. • Four Frogs (Sarah Beard, Mattie Brogdon, Caitlin Morrissey and Sarah Scherer) were tabbed All-Americans. • Those four along with Catherine Green earned Academic All-America honors. • Scherer was twice named USA Shooting’s ELEY Athlete of the Month. • Scherer and Beard competed at numerous international competitions. • Scherer took home a gold medal in South Korea to help the USA team earn a quota spot for the 2012 Olympics.


Emily Carter

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The Horned Frogs finished the year with a 22-11 overall record, marking the fifth-straight year of 20+ wins. TCU played in the WNIT, marking the 11th-straight year in which the Frogs have played in postseason. Helena Sverrisdottir and Emily Carter were named All-MWC First Team. Starr Crawford earned All-MWC Second Team accolades as well as alldefensive team honors. Carter led the NCAA with the No. 1 scoring output in the entire nation, a 43-point outburst against SMU. Carter made 60-straight free throws to open the year, which moved her into the top 5 all-time in consecutive free throws made in NCAA history. Carter finished the season ranked No. 40 in the nation in scoring and No. 17 in the NCAA in free throw percentage. Sverrisdottir recorded only the third triple-double in program history during her final game against Oral Roberts in the first round of the WNIT. The Frogs made the MWC Tournament finals for the first time in program history by defeating New Mexico in the semifinals. Crawford led the MWC in rebounding overall and offensive rebounding. Sverrisdottir signed with Slovakia Kosice Good Angels of FIBA Europe following the season.

SWIMMING AND DIVING (Men: 4-1 overall, 4-1 MWC) (Women: 4-4 overall, 4-4 MWC) • •

Mandy Vincent

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The Horned Frogs set 24 program records in 2010-11. Edgar Crespo qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100-breastroke and 200-breaststroke. Sabine Rasch earned MWC gold in the women’s 100-freestyle. The TCU women snapped every TCU relay record at the MWC Championships. TCU had 21 athletes recognized with All-MWC considerations. The Frogs had 28 All-MWC overall selections between the individuals and relay teams. Overall, TCU registered 22 NCAA “B” cut times in 2010-2011. Both squads claimed Scholar All-America recognition from the CSCAA.






Kyle Winkler

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TCU advanced to the NCAA Regional Championships for the 22nd consecutive season when it was selected for the NCAA Colorado Regional in Erie, Colo. The squad finished sixth at the tournament, falling only one stroke short of forcing a playoff for the last spot to the NCAA Championships. Head Coach Bill Montigel’s squad is one of only four teams nationally to qualify for regionals each of the last 22 years with the same head coach. The Frogs finished runner-up at the Mountain West Conference Championships, only two strokes behind first-time champion San Diego State. The squad finished among the top 10 in 10 of 12 tournaments with six top-five placings. TCU won the Navy Spring Invitational in Annapolis, Md., in midApril, running away from the 19-team field by an 11-stroke margin. Senior Tom Hoge earned medalist honors at the Morris Williams Intercollegiate in Austin, Texas.  Hoge recorded five top-10 individual finishes overall during the spring campaign, as did junior Johan de Beer. Both Hoge and de Beer were named All-MWC. Hoge was a first-time selection, while de Beer received his league-leading third nod. De Beer led the Frogs in individual stroke average with a figure of 73.12.

Hosted the NCAA Regional for the third-straight season, becoming one of just six schools to host the last three years. One of just 13 schools to play in the last eight NCAA tournaments. Set a school-record in attendance and ranked 10th nationally after averaging 4,148 fans per game. Won 40 games for the sixth time in school history and the fourth-consecutive season. Ten members of the team earned all-conference accolades. The Horned Frogs won their sixth-straight regular season crown with a 20-3 record in league play. Kyle Winkler was named third-team All-American. Stefan Crichton and Andrew Mitchell were tabbed Freshmen All-Americans. Jim Schlossnagle was named MWC Coach of the Year for the sixth-consecutive year. TCU had a school-record eight players drafted in the MLB draft.

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Tom Hoge

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Sanna Nuutinen



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Won the Mountain West Conference championship for the second time in five years, rallying from a three-stroke final-round deficit. TCU’s 1-over-par 865 at the MWC Championships marked its second-best tournament score in program history. Made its 16th-consecutive NCAA postseason appearance. Also won the Alamo Invitational in November in San Antonio. Recorded two tournament titles in the same season for the first time since 199798. Angie Ravaioli-Larkin was named MWC Coach of the Year for the second straight season. Brooke Beeler captured medalist honors at the Alamo Invitational. TCU won a team title and had an individual champion at the same tournament for the first time since 2003. Sanna Nuutinen became TCU’s first conference freshman of the year since 2001. Had three all-conference selections to lead the MWC in that category for the third straight season.

Katariina Tuohimaa

WOMEN’S TENNIS (13-11 overall, 5-3 MWC) • • • •

Daniel Sanchez


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Former TCU All-American David Roditi was named TCU’s head coach on Sept. 7, 2010. The Frogs tallied 4,692 fans in 12 home matches to rank fifth overall in the country in total attendance. Reached the Mountain West Conference Championship finals for the third-straight season. The senior doubles tandem of Emanuel Brighiu and Christopher Price ended the season ranked No. 52, while Brighiu was listed at No. 72 in singles nationally. Brighiu and Price were both named named to the All-MWC Singles team, while joining forces as a All-MWC Doubles tandem. Junior Daniel Sanchez paced the team with a 15-6 singles record during the spring. The Frogs ended the year ranked No. 51 as a team, finishing the season with a final ranking for the 14th-straight time. TCU earned a Public Recognition Award for scoring in the top-10 percent of the sport with their academic progress rates (APR). Senior Cameron Nash was one of 41 graduating seniors to be inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honors society.

Advanced to the championship match of the MWC Women’s Tennis Championship for the fourth-straight year. Knocked off top-seeded UNLV at the MWC Championship to advance to the championship match. Katariina Tuohimaa was All-MWC in singles and doubles for fourth-straight year. Tuohimaa went 7-1 against conference opponents from the No. 1 spot. Tallied an overall record of 13-11 and won six of last seven matches. Maria Babanova and Gaby Mastromarino named All-MWC. Knocked off three ranked opponents and were undefeated against unranked opponents. Tuohimaa and Federica Denti ranked as high as No. 52 in doubles.


Courtney Chown

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The Horned Frogs went 5-1 at the friendly confines of October Hill Farms during the regular season. For a fifth-straight year, the Horned Frogs competed at the Varsity Equestrian National Championships. Courtney Chown made program history, earning the program’s first ever Varsity Equestrian All-America accolade in Horsemanship. Ashley Aikman and Callie Selchau both garnered honorable mention AllAmerica honors. Aikman was an honorable mention selection in Horsemanship, while Selchau earned the accolade in Equitation on the Flat. Chown went undefeated during the regular season with a perfect 9-0 record in Horsemanship. The Frogs were ranked in the top 10 nationally for the entire year, and as high as No. 5. The No. 9 seeded Hunt Seat team defeated Kansas State while the No. 6 seeded Western squad downed Fresno State on the opening day of nationals. By being seeded No. 9 overall at nationals, the Hunt Seat team earned the program’s highest national seeding ever on the English side.

OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD • • • • • • • •

Charles Silmon

The TCU women tied Miami (Fla.) for 27th place at the NCAA Championships, marking the fourth top-30 finish in program history and second top30 performance under head coach Darryl Anderson. Senior Jessica Young ran away with third-place honors in the women’s 100 meters at the national meet, collecting her seventh career All-America nod. Junior Whitney Gipson flew to fourth-place overall in the women’s long jump, recording the best finish by a Frog in that event and claiming her fourth All-American honor. Gipson was also a standout at the historic Penn Relays, breaking the meet record and Franklin Field record in the women’s long jump with a windaided mark of 21-11 ½ feet. Sophomore Charles Silmon advanced to the NCAA Championships weekend and claimed a pair of All-American honors in the 100- and 200-meters. TCU garnered nine gold medals at the 2011 Mountain West Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Fort Collins, Colo. Silmon headlined the conference meet by earning the Outstanding Male Performance Award. Senior Jordan Pitts collected MWC gold in the men’s 110-hurdles for the fourth straight season. The men earned a Public Recognition Award for scoring in the top-10 percent of the sport with their academic progress rates (APR).

Whitney Gipson

2010-11 TCU Athletics annual report



Tostitos Fiesta Bowl National Team of the Week, vs. Utah

Josh Boyce

First-Team Freshman All-American, Football Writers Association of America Second-Team Freshman All-American, Honorable-Mention Freshman AllAmerican,

Tanner Brock

Third-Team All-American, Phil Steele Publications Honorable-Mention All-American, First-Team All-MWC

Marcus Cannon

Third-Team All-American, Honorable-Mention All-American, Honorable-Mention All-American, Pro Football Weekly First-Team All-MWC

Tank Carder

Rose Bowl Defensive Most Valuable Player First-Team All-American, American Football Coaches Association First-Team All-American, Second-Team All-American, Associated Press Second-Team All-American, Second-Team All-American, The Kickoff Honorable-Mention All-American, All-Bowl Team, Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year First-Team All-MWC

Curtis Clay Academic All-MWC

Andy Dalton

Rose Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player Manning Award Finalist Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Finalist Bobby Bowden Award Finalist Maxwell Award Semifinalist Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist One of 15 “Players to Watch” for the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year Award Fourth-Team All-American, Phil Steele Publications Honorable-Mention All-American, Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year First-Team All-MWC (unanimous selection) Academic All-MWC Pop Boone Award winner NFL Combine Senior Bowl Walter Camp Football Foundation National Offensive Player of the Week, vs. Utah National Offensive Player of the Week, vs. Utah Helmet Sticker, vs. Baylor Manning Award Star of the Week, vs. Baylor Manning Award Star of the Week, vs. Wyoming Manning Award Star of the Week, vs. Utah

Wayne Daniels

First-Team All-American, Football Writers Association of America First-Team All-American, Phil Steele Publications Honorable-Mention All-American, First-Team All-MWC (unanimous selection) NFL Players Association Game

Evan Frosch

Honorable-Mention All-MWC

Cory Grant, DT Second-Team All-MWC

Eastham Energy College All-Star Game

Doak Walker Award Semifinalist First-Team All-MWC MWC Offensive Player of the Week, vs. Air Force

Bart Johnson

D.J. Yendrey

Alex Ibiloye

Second-Team ESPN Academic All-American Dutch Meyer Award winner Academic All-MWC

Tejay Johnson

Jim Thorpe Award Finalist First-Team All-American, Walter Camp Football Foundation First-Team All-American, Associated Press First-Team All-American, First-Team All-American, First-Team All-American, First-Team All-American, Second-Team All-American, Phil Steele Publications First-Team All-MWC

Colin Jones

Second-Team All-MWC Academic All-MWC

Jeremy Kerley

Honorable-Mention All-MWC Eastham Energy College All-Star Game

MEN’S & WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Lilian Chevalier Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Jordan Raines


MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC


Starr Crawford

Jordan Calhoun

Academic All-MWC

Academic All-MWC

Katie Dalton

Kim Castleberry

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Academic All-MWC

Chelsea Cody Academic All-MWC

Maddie Courvoisier

NCAA Championships Qualifier South Central Region Athlete of the Year

Doug Moore

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Monica Morgan Academic All-MWC

Jeff Pels

Academic All-MWC

Jake Rossmango

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Amanda Throckmorton Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Tim Wang

Academic All-MWC

Men’s Team

NCAA Public Recognition Award

VOLLEYBALL Kay Lin Connolly Academic All-MWC

Irene Hester

Rick Settle

MWC Scholar-Athlete*

All-MWC Academic All-MWC

Kevin Sharples

Meghan Horio

MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Academic All-MWC

Jason Teague

All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Second-Team All-MWC All-Junior College Transfer Team, Eastham Energy College All-Star Game

Christy Hudson

Emily Kirby

MWC Scholar-Athlete*

MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Helena Sverissdottir Paradise Jam All-Tournament Team Wooden Award Watch List First Team All-MWC Mountain West Conference AllTournament Team

Sarah Beard

Alex Mechalske

Festus Kigen

Meagan Henson

Kaitlin Hellman

Tricia Terry

Academic All-MWC

Delisa Gross


Jake Kirkpatrick

Tanja Ivandic

All-MWC Defensive Team Second Team All-MWC

MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Academic All-MWC

First Team All-MWC Mountain West Conference AllTournament Team No. 1 scoring game in the NCAA Academic All-MWC

Top Drawer Soccer Top-100 Freshman to Watch Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Ryan Dalrymple

Kelly Dawson

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Sloane Sunstrum

First-team All-MWC Third-team CoSida/ESPN Academic All-District Academic All-MWC

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Nikola Gacesa

Academic All-MWC

Academic All-MWC

Second-Team Freshman All-American, Second-Team All-MWC


Jimmy Young

MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Holden Hollingsworth

Stansly Maponga


Honorable-Mention All-MWC

Kylie Pont

Paul Hornung Award Finalist First-Team All-American, (kick returner) Honorable-Mention All-American, (return specialist) Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Year First-Team All-MWC (return specialist) Second-Team All-MWC (wide receiver) Senior Bowl Honoree, Paul Hornung Award’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week, vs. Oregon State Honoree, Paul Hornung Award’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week, vs. Baylor Honoree, Paul Hornung Award’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week, vs. SMU MWC Player of the Week, vs. San Diego State Rimington Trophy Winner Rotary Lombardi Award Finalist First-Team All-American, Walter Camp Football Foundation First-Team All-American, Sporting News Second-Team All-American, Associated Press Second-Team All-American, Second-Team All-American, CBSSports. com Second-Team All-American, Phil Steele Publications First-Team All-MWC Academic All-MWC Senior Bowl

Jake Kirkpatrick, Rimington Trophy Winner

Ed Wesley

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Kelly Johnson Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Ashley Jones Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Morgan Lane MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Leigha Leonard

First-team All-American Smallbore Second-team All-American Air Rifle CRCA Academic Team MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Mattie Brogdon

Second-team All-American Smallbore Second-team All-American Air Rifle

Catherine Green CRCA Academic Team MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Caitlin Morrissey

Academic All-MWC

First-team All-American Air Rifle CRCA Academic Team

Cheryl Martin

Sarah Scherer

Academic All-MWC

Brittany Slyman Academic All-MWC

Jackie Torda

Third-team CoSida/ESPN Academic All-District Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Kelsey Walters Academic All-MWC

Nikki Wilbur Academic All-MWC

Chelsey Wilgenburg Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*


NSCAA Team Academic Award

MEN’S BASKETBALL Hank Thorns Third–Team All-MWC

First-team All-American Smallbore First-team All-American Air Rifle CRCA Academic Team MWC Scholar-Athlete*

SWIMMING & DIVING Maria Paula Alvarez All-MWC (500-freestyle) All-MWC (1650-freestyle) All-MWC (800-freestyle relay)

Sebastian Arispe MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Rourke Barrett

All-MWC (200-freestyle relay) All-MWC (400-medley relay)

Taylor Bentley Academic All-MWC

Dan Bodin

All-MWC (200-freestyle relay)

Ashley Bolin

All-MWC (200-individual medley) All-MWC (400-individual medley) All-MWC (800-freestyle relay) MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Marin Bavcevic MWC Scholar-Athlete*

* = Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athletes must have completed at least two academic terms while maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better and have participated in varsity competition in an NCAA-sponsored sport.

Kyle Callens

All-MWC (One-Meter Springboard) All-MWC (Three-Meter Springboard) All-MWC (Platform Diving) MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Emily-Rose Creighton

Ryker Saunders MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Katie Scarsella

All-MWC (800-freestyle relay) Academic All-MWC

All-MWC (400-individual medley) MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Parris Schoppa

Edgar Crespo

Academic All-MWC

NCAA Qualifier All-MWC (100-breaststroke) All-MWC (200-breaststroke) All-MWC (200-medley relay) All-MWC (400-medley relay)

Kristi Dena

All-MWC (800-freestyle relay) MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Michelle Fleming All-MWC (200-breaststroke) Academic All-MWC

Michael Franz

All-MWC (500-freestyle) All-MWC (1650-freestyle)

Andy Garcia-Montes All-MWC (200-medley relay)

Jeff Gettel

All-MWC (100-backstroke) Academic All-MWC

Friedrich Grott

All-MWC (200-butterfly) All-MWC (400-medley relay)

Laszlo Gyurko

Academic All-MWC

Scott Smidlein Sammie Smith Academic All-MWC

Eric Steiger

MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Lindsey Stevens Academic All-MWC

Theo Trotman Academic All-MWC

Kaitlyn Vann MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Amanda Vincent

MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Shannon Jones Academic All-MWC

Kristy Wilson Academic All-MWC

MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

BASEBALL Second-team All-MWC Academic All-MWC

Jason Coats First-team All-MWC Academic All-MWC

Stefan Crichton

Second-team All-MWC Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American

Josh Elander

Zrinka Korac Academic All-MWC

Second-team All-MWC Collegiate National Team Member Academic All-MWC

Katie Lybbert

Taylor Featherston

All-MWC (Three-meter springboard) Academic All-MWC

Jantzen Witte First-team All-MWC Academic All-MWC

MEN’S TENNIS Emanuel Brighiu All-MWC (Singles) All-MWC (Doubles)

Paul Chappell Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*

Soren Gortizka Academic All-MWC

Slah Mbarek Academic All-MWC

Zach Nichols

All-MWC (200-butterfly) Academic All-MWC

Trent Appleby

Kimberly Jones

Louisville Slugger Third-team All-American NCBWA Third-team All-American First-team All-MWC Academic All-MWC

Garrett Weaver

Katelin Hatcher

Academic All-MWC

Kyle Winkler

Cameron Nash

Trevor Woods

Nelson Head

National Strength and Conditioning Association All-American Academic All-MWC

All-MWC (100-butterfly) All-MWC (200-butterfly) MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

All-MWC (100-backstroke) All-MWC (200-backstroke) All-MWC (200-freestyle relay) All-MWC (200-medley relay) All-MWC (400-medley relay) MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Joe Weik

First-team All-MWC

Brett Johnson

Phi Beta Kappa Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Christopher Price All-MWC (Singles) All-MWC (Doubles) Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete*


NCAA Public Recognition Award

WOMEN’S TENNIS Maria Babanova

Jessica Young, MWC Outdoor Track & Field Athlete of the Year Johan de Beer

All-MWC Cleveland Academic All-America Scholar Academic All-MWC

Pontus Gad Academic All-MWC

Tom Hoge

All-MWC PING All-Regional Team Cleveland Academic All-America Scholar Academic All-MWC

ITA Scholar-Athlete Academic All-MWC

Katariina Tuohimaa

Brooke Beeler All-MWC

Katy Cardno MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Melissa Loh

Mark Barnes

MWC Outdoor Champion (4x100) Outdoor All-MWC (100m, 200m)

Nikki Pappas

Andrew Mitchell


First-team Indoor All-American (4x400) Second-team Outdoor All-American (4x400) MWC Outdoor Champion (4x400) Outdoor All-MWC (400m)

Courtney Chown

Samantha Collins

Devin Price

All-MWC (200-freestyle relay) All-MWC (200-medley relay)

Sabine Rasch

MWC Champion 100-freestyle All-MWC (100-freestyle) All-MWC (100-butterfly) MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Christine Riddle MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Madi Rupp

Jerome Pena First-team All-MWC

Matt Purke Academic All-MWC

Brance Rivera

Varsity Equestrian All-American (Horsemanship)

Ashley Aikman

Honorable Mention Varsity Equestrian All-American (Horsemanship)

Callie Selchau

Honorable Mention Varsity Equestrian AllAmerican (Equitation on the Flat)

Second-team All-MWC Academic All-MWC


Aaron Schultz

Eli Cole

Academic All-MWC

Cleveland Academic All–America Scholar Academic All-MWC

Saria Hawkins MWC Scholar Athlete*

Narada Jackson

Quinterra Charles

Indoor All-MWC (long jump) Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar Athlete*

Lavon Collins

Indoor All-MWC (4x400) Outdoor All-MWC (4x400) Academic All-MWC

Chaniqua Corinealdi Second-team Outdoor All-American (4x100) Outdoor All-MWC (100m, 200m)

Ryan Dalrymple Academic All-MWC

Jeff Pels

Academic All-MWC

Jordan Pitts

MWC Outdoor Champion (110m hurdles) Outdoor All-MWC (110m hurdles)

Jake Rossmango Academic All-MWC

Kelsey Samuels

MWC Indoor Champion (shot put) Indoor All-MWC (shot put) Outdoor All-MWC (shot put) Academic All-MWC

Charles Silmon

Second-team Outdoor All-American (100m) Second-team Outdoor All-American (200m) MWC Outdoor Champion (100m, 200m, 4x100) MWC Outdoor Championships Outstanding Male Performance Award Indoor All-MWC (60m, 200m) Outdoor All-MWC (100m, 200m, 4x100)

OJ Stoneham

Indoor All-MWC (4x400)

MWC Outdoor Champion (4x100) Outdoor All-MWC (4x100)

Veronica Jones

Sara Talley

Kristal Juarez

Tricia Terry

Second-team Outdoor All-American (4x100)

Richard Knotts

Academic All-MWC Second-team All-MWC Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Collegiate National Team Member Academic All-MWC

MWC Scholar Athlete*


Zac Jordan

Academic All-MWC

Braylon Hartfield

All-MWC MWC Freshman of the Year Academic All-MWC

All-MWC (200-backstroke) MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Academic All-MWC

Indoor All-MWC (shot put) Outdoor All-MWC (shot put)

First-team Indoor All-American (4x400) Second-team Indoor All-American (400m) Second-team Outdoor All-American (4x400) Indoor All-MWC (400m)

All-MWC (Singles) All-MWC (Doubles) MWC Scholar-Athlete* ITA Scholar-Athlete Academic All-MWC

Jennifer Oster

Whitney Gipson

Stormy Harrison

Sanna Nuutinen

Shalini Sahoo

MWC Outdoor Champion (4x100) Indoor All-MWC (4x400) Outdoor All-MWC (200m)


Gaby Mastromarino All-MWC (Singles) ITA Scholar-Athlete Academic All-MWC

Mychal Dungey

Cleveland Academic All-America Scholar Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar-Athlete Award

Scott Roudebush

MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

Federica Denti

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar Athlete*

First-team Indoor All-American (long jump) First-team Outdoor All-American (long jump) MWC Indoor Champion (long jump) MWC Outdoor Champion (long jump) Indoor All-MWC (long jump) Outdoor All-MWC (long jump)

All-MWC Phi Beta Kappa National Strength and Conditioning Association All-American Second-Team Academic All-District Dutch Meyer Award winner MWC Scholar-Athlete* Academic All-MWC

All-MWC (Doubles) ITA Scholar-Athlete Academic All-MWC

Kelly Dawson

Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar Athlete* Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar Athlete*

Briyanni Thomas

Indoor All-MWC (long jump)

Second-team Outdoor All-American (4x400) MWC Outdoor Champion (4x400) Outdoor All-MWC (400m, 4x400)

Jack O’Brien

Jessica Young

Indoor All-MWC (800m) Outdoor All-MWC (800m) Academic All-MWC MWC Scholar Athlete*

Larissa Matthews Indoor All-MWC (60m hurdles)

Doug Moore Academic All-MWC

Cameron Parker

MWC Indoor Champion (triple jump) MWC Outdoor Champion (triple jump) Indoor All-MWC (triple jump) Outdoor All-MWC (triple jump)

Teneshia Peart

First-team Indoor All-American (4x400) Second-team Outdoor All-American (4x100) Second-team Outdoor All-American (4x400) MWC Outdoor Champion (4x400) Indoor All-MWC (4x400) Outdoor All-MWC (4x400)

First-team Indoor All-American (60m, 4x400) First-team Outdoor All-American (100m) Second-team Outdoor All-American (200m, 4x100) MWC Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year MWC Indoor Champion (60m, 200m, 4x400) MWC Indoor Championships High Point Award MWC Indoor Championships Outstanding Female Performance Award Indoor All-MWC (60m, 200m, 4x400) MWC Outdoor Champion (100m, 200m, 4x400) Outdoor All-MWC (100m, 200m, 4x400) Pop Boone Award winner

Sean Zurko

Indoor All-MWC (4x400) Academic All-MWC

Academic All-MWC

2010-11 TCU Athletics annual report


COACHING HONORS Angie Ravaioli-Larkin

David Roditi

WOMEN’S GOLF COACH Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year

Gary Patterson

 Fort Worth’s Outstanding Citizen, Exchange Club of Fort Worth Distinguished Texan Award, NFF Gridiron Club of Dallas TCU Chancellor’s Staff Award American Football Monthly Coach of the Year
 Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award Finalist
 Joseph V. Paterno Award Semifinalist

Dick Bumpas

 Frank Broyles Award Finalist National Coordinator of the Week, vs. Oregon State

Clay Jennings

 National Defensive Backs Coach of the Year,

Karen Monez


Jim Schlossnagle

Dave Borelli

Karen Monez

BASEBALL HEAD COACH Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year 400th Career Victory

Richard Sybesma


Jeff Mittie

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HEAD COACH WBCA’s The Center for Coaching Excellence 400th Career Victory

Dave Borelli

WOMEN’S TENNIS HEAD COACH ITA Women’s Collegiate Hall of Fame Inductee

David Roditi

MEN’S TENNIS HEAD COACH Named Men’s Tennis Head Coach in September

Richard Sybesma

Jeff Mittie

Angie Ravaioli-Larkin








2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS •

TCU student-athletes finished the fall 2010 semester with a cumulative grade point average of 2.963. Following the spring 2011 semester, the department’s cumulative GPA improved to 2.974.

Following the 2010-2011 academic year, 15 of TCU’s 20 athletic programs carried cumulative grade point averages above a 3.00.

In the 2010-2011 academic year, TCU landed 115 student-athletes on the fall and spring Academic All-Mountain West Conference squads.

Eighty-five TCU student-athletes (35 in fall 2010 and 50 in spring 2011) graduated in the 2010-2011 academic year.

Three former TCU student-athletes were named as recipients of the NCAA Degree Completion Award for 2010-2011.

In spring 2011, four TCU studentathletes were inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, a very prestigious national honorary society that recognizes academic excellence in the liberal arts and sciences. These studentathletes are Melissa Loh (Women’s Golf), Andrew McDonald (Men’s Track and Field), Cameron Nash (Men’s Tennis), and Eric Senseman (Men’s Track and Field).

In 2010-2011, Trevor Woods (Men’s Swimming and Diving) and Cameron Nash (Men’s Tennis) were two of four TCU students honored as Clark Scholars by the TCU Clark Society. Clark Scholars are nominated by TCU faculty members who feel the student would “represent the University with the highest degree of character, leadership and sense of service.”

The football team that represented TCU in the 2011 Rose Bowl had 17 graduates playing that game. Five played the 2010 season as graduate students while twelve players earned their degree in December.

Men’s Cross Country, Men’s Indoor Track, Men’s Outdoor Track and Men’s Tennis earned NCAA Academic Progress Rate Public Recognition Awards in the 2010-2011 academic year. Only the top ten percent of programs earn this award that recognizes academic excellence.






2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS •

TCU student-athletes and SuperFrog visited Fort Worth elementary schools in both the fall and spring semesters for the “SuperFrog Reading Challenge” program, encouraging students to improve their reading skills. More than 5,000 students from grades 3-5 participated in the program that provides incentives, such as tickets to TCU athletics events.

Women’s basketball teamed up with Neighbor Helping Neighbor to deliver gifts and TCU goodie bags to families and elderly throughout the Metroplex during the holidays.

Several TCU teams raised awareness for Project Purple – an initiative that allows needy children the opportunity to attend Horned Frog home events.

Members of the TCU track and field women’s team visited Cook Children’s Hospital, reading books and playing board games with the young patients.

Student-athletes from multiple teams spent time working at the Tarrant County Food Bank, working to eliminate hunger in Fort Worth and surrounding counties by providing food, education and other resources to hunger-relief charities and their communities.

Many TCU teams helped spread awareness for the Susan G. Komen Foundation by adding pink to the uniforms and donating funds from shirt sales to the cause. The baseball team dedicated the entire 2011 season to fighting breast cancer, boasting the team motto “We Fight Back”.




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Football had three sellouts against Baylor, Air Force and San Diego State

Soccer finished #8 in attendance nationally

Men’s Tennis finished #5 in attendance nationally

Baseball finished #10 in attendance nationally

Volleyball finished #24 in attendance nationally

Football Football Average Attendance (since 2006)

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Season Tickets (since 2006)

19,147 20,000










Season Revenue (since 2006)

$4.5 Million

$5 Million

$3.75 Million

$2.5 Million

$1.25 Million


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Rose Bowl Pep Rally

Thousands of TCU fans spilled into the streets surrounding LA Live in downtown Los Angeles for a pep rally before the 97th Rose Bowl. Brian Estridge, “The Voice of the Frogs,” and TCU radio color analyst John Denton served as emcees for the event, which featured the TCU band, cheerleaders and Showgirls. TCU chancellor Victor J. Boschini Jr., director of intercollegiate athletics Chris Del Conte and former Frog offensive lineman Victor Payne also took the stage.



Nike TCU and Nike, the world’s most recognizable symbol in athletic apparel, have become synonymous with each other. TCU is one of just five schools to be involved in Nike’s Pro Combat Uniform series each of the last two seasons and one of just 12 programs to be chosen by Nike for its product testing. In 2011, the Horned Frogs will be adding to their game-day attire options with a new helmet and set of uniforms. Nike was instrumental in over $20 million in retail TCU merchandise sold worldwide over the last year, providing a record $1 million in licensing revenues.

Live Chats & Social Media TCU introduced a series of live chats to, providing fans worldwide with the opportunity to have their questions answered directly by Horned Frog student-athletes, coaches and administrators. The sessions were usually 30 minutes with questions ranging from the upcoming season to TCU facility updates and personal interests.




paint the town purple

Licensing TCU signed a new agreement with the Collegiate Licensing Company this past year and experienced unprecedented growth in our licensing program. Revenue nearly doubled vs. the previous year and our “Paint the Town Purple� initiative pushed record retail numbers for our partners.

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Retail Doors (since 2006)

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2010-11 TCU Athletics annual report


Online Store TeamFanShop, a nationally recognized online shopping marketplace, became TCU Athletics’ online partner this past year and allowed us to significantly increase our product offerings from such top brands as Nike and gave us the flexibility to offer our fans Rose Bowl gear in a timely fashion. We plan to continue to grow our merchandise mix along with building on positive results in both revenue and customer service.

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DFW billboard campaign

Go Purple Fridays If it was Friday of game week and you wore your purple at participating retailers around Tarrant County, good things happened. Countless TCU Sports Network partner retailers got into the act with discount offers for fans showing their purple pride on Fridays. Making purple reign definitely has its benefits.




The official football season t-shirt was introduced that generated funds back to the Mayor’s charity of choice. We raised over $13,000 for Directions Home selling close to 7,000 t-shirts. The shirts were priced at $10, an affordable opportunity for everyone to participate.

National Media TCU’s Rose Bowl appearance and championship brought unprecedented national exposure to the Horned Frog football program. The 21-19 victory over Wisconsin delivered an 11.7 television rating. At the time, it was the highest overnight rating, excluding the NFL, in history for ESPN and all of cable television. For the second straight year, ESPN’s College GameDay made two appearances at Horned Frog football games. TCU was prominent across all national media, including quarterback Andy Dalton being the first Horned Frog since 1962 to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated. 

NFL Draft The Horned Frogs had five players drafted for the second time in three seasons. Quarterback Andy Dalton was the 35th-overall pick by the Cincinnati Bengals, becoming the highest selection from TCU on the offensive side of the ball since tailback LaDainian Tomlinson was drafted fifth overall by the San Diego Chargers in 2001. Offensive tackle Marcus Cannon (Fifth round, New England Patriots), wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (Fifth round, New York Jets), safety Colin Jones (Sixth round, San Francisco 49ers) and cornerback Malcolm Williams (Seventh round, New England Patriots) rounded out the 2011 NFL Draft class. The five picks tie for the second most under head coach Gary Patterson. Twenty former Horned Frogs worked out for NFL scouts, coaches and general managers as part of Friday’s TCU Pro Day. A total of 26 NFL teams were represented by various coaches, scouts and front office personnel. San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh was among those present.

Super Bowl Host TCU served as the practice site for the AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers in their preparation for Super Bowl XLV at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington. The Steelers utilized the Horned Frogs’ football facilities, while the floor of Daniel-Meyer Coliseum was the site of team news conferences and media availabilities.






The momentum around TCU athletics is defined in the TCU Frog Club and its incredible network of volunteers. The 2010-11 fiscal year saw the Frog Club top $5 million in donations and 5,000 members for the first time, just two of many records set. The Frog Club’s emphasis is on the student-athlete and raising Scholarships for Champions. The growth of the Frog Club has mirrored that of TCU’s athletics programs. Now in its 71st year, the Frog Club is positioned to help take TCU to the next level. •

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In 2010-11, the TCU Frog Club reached an all-time high in revenue with $5,077,542 in support of Scholarships for Champions. With 1,480 new members this year, the Frog Club saw a 21 percent increase in membership with an all-time high 5,272 donors. Gifts to endowed athletics scholarship funds totaled $1,368,725. The Frog Club’s 80-member, allvolunteer membership sales team raised a record $1,646,509, marking its fifth consecutive year of topping $1 million. The Frog Club staff secured 3,300 down payments for the 2,500 available club seats in the renovated Amon G. Carter Stadium. The 2010 Horned Frog Classic at Colonial Country Club generated a record $250,000 in scholarship support for the TCU men’s and women’s golf programs, representing a 22 percent increase from the previous year. The Coody Classic, named in honor of former TCU standout and 1971 Masters Champion Charles Coody, had a record 200 players participate. The Frog Club moved into new offices inside Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, adjacent to the ticket office, to better serve its constituents. The official Frog Club website, www., was upgraded to enable more than $1.7 million in gifts to be made online. 




Donors and season ticket holders will accumulate individual point totals based on the following criteria:



Cumulative Frog Club Membership

Cumulative Athletic Giving

1 point per year of membership (calculated from June 1, 1986-present)

1 point per $100 given (A rolling 10-year computation as each fiscal year ends)

Frog Club Annual Giving

Purple and White Points

1 point per $100 given per year (points awarded for gifts made during that fiscal year only, beginning June 1)

Capital Projects/Scholarship Endowment

2 points per $100 given per year (points awarded for gifts made during that fiscal year only, beginning June 1)

20-point maximum (2 points per season in which football season tickets were purchased. This is a one-time calculation on purchases made from 1996-2005)

Cumulative Season Ticket Commitment

1 point per season ticket purchased (Football, Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Baseball)

HORNED FROG PRIORITY POINTS SYSTEM The Horned Frog Priority Points System was approved by the Athletics Committee of TCU’s Board of Trustees and the TCU Frog Club Board of Directors on June 1, 2006. The Horned Frog Priority Points System  provides seasonticket holders, donors and Frog Club members with a transparent process for distributing high-demand tickets for TCU athletics events.  All donors and season-ticket holders are assigned points based on several criteria, including annual Frog Club contributions, capital project gifts, cumulative athletic giving and season-ticket loyalty.  The system has been used in recent years to allocate tickets to the Rose Bowl and Fiesta Bowl as well as the baseball team’s postseason appearances, including the 2010 College World Series. The Horned Frog Priority Points System will be utilized for the 2012 football season when Amon G. Carter Stadium’s renovation is completed. Over 20,000 Frog fans have accounts. Frog Club members are encouraged to access their account at www.tcufrogclub. com to check their points and rank.

Season Ticket Loyalty Points

2 points per consecutive season (Calculated from Fall 2006 forward, points issued each consecutive season in which season tickets are purchased for Football, Men’ s and Women’s Basketball or Baseball.)


10 points (Calculated from Fall 2006 forward, verified TCU letterwinners who are current members of BOTH the Lettermen’s Association and TCU Frog Club)

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LETTERMEN’S ASSOCIATION “A Common Bond ...The Tradition Continues,” that’s the mantra of the TCU Lettermen’s Association. More than just former student-athletes getting together to talk about times past, we are 20 sports strong with an active membership that gives back to its university. In 2010, the organization again surpassed the unprecedented milestone of 1,000 active members and has raised an all-time high of more than $110,000 in just membership dues alone. Our members have also given to capital campaigns, stadium improvement projects, athletic scholarship endowments, club seat deposits and made gifts to other departments on campus. As other universities are struggling to have their former student-athletes give back, the TCU Lettermen’s Association sets the bar.



2010-11 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Inducted five Horned Frogs into the Lettermen’s Hall of Fame in September 2010: Royce Huffman ’00, Aaron Schobel ’00, Reggie Smith ’92, Angela Stanford ’00, Bobby Tyler ‘60. The group was also honored at halftime of the Baylor game.







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• Continued to award more than $60,000 in scholarship assistance to the children of current dues-paying lettermen members through the Dutch Meyer Scholarship. • More than 600 former football players, athletic trainers, managers and coaches said farewell to old Amon G. Carter Stadium at halftime of the last game of the season. From remaining members of the 1938 National Championship team to recent 2009 graduates were in attendance, broken down by decades to pay their last respects to the stadium and to usher in the Horned Frogs to begin the second half. If you’re a former TCU Letterwinner and are interested in being a part of the Lettermen’s Association, please visit online at or call the Lettermen’s Association at 817-257-5471.



CAPITAL GIVING To continue our momentum on the field, TCU must keep pace with the rising costs of athletics scholarships, which have more than doubled during the past decade. Frog Club contributions help pay for athletics scholarships and keeping our varsity programs fully funded. Capital gifts help sustain and build athletics infrastructure. Together, the annual support of donors plays a major role in TCU’s success on and off the field.

Included above is an artist’s rendering of the entrance to a new TCU football locker room which would be completed in time for the 2012 season. Thanks to a gift from the David E. Bloxom Sr. Foundation, three new film towers will be installed on the Sheridan and Clif Morris football practice fields. The six overall towers are still named for the Darrell Lester Family.

An anonymous donor provided funding for a new van to be used by the TCU men’s and women’s tennis teams.



TCU ATHLETICS SCHOLARSHIPS Winning intercollegiate athletics titles demands a team effort. To build these championship teams, scholarships are vital to attracting and recruiting the highest caliber student-athletes possible. Giving to the TCU Frog Club goes directly to the Scholarships for Champions campaign. In 2010-11, the total surpassed $5 million for the first time, representing more than half the total cost of funding TCU’s 300 athletics scholarships.




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Ron and Paula Parker Endowed Football Scholarship Endowing a tight end position

Evan Frosch, senior, football

Bill Starkey Football Scholarship Endowing a defensive back position

Tejay Johnson, senior, football

Sherri Parker Lee Women’s Athletic Scholarship

Bequest Intention

L.R. “Dutch” Meyer Memorial Scholarship Endowing scholarship support for children of Letterwinners

Tejay Johnson



PARTIALLY ENDOWED ATHLETICS SCHOLARSHIPS JUNE 1, 2010 TO MAY 31, 2011 Michael T. Ashworth Athletic Scholarship

Christopher Price, senior, Men’s Tennis

Robert L. Avinger Endowment Fund for Athletic Scholarships Garlon Green, sophomore, Men’s Basketball Ross Bailey Endowed Scholarship

Darryl Nelson, senior, Athletic Training

David Baldwin Sanders Endowed Scholarship

Logan Brock, junior, Football

Heather A. Bellomy Memorial Scholarship

Delisa Gross, sophomore, Women’s Basketball

Marci K. Bozarth Scholarship in Women’s Golf

Brooke Beeler, junior, Women’s Golf

Buster Brannon Basketball Scholarship

J.R. Cadot, junior, Men’s Basketball

Elmer Brown Athletic Training Scholarship

Kristin Saunders, senior, Athletic Training

Tom S. Cate, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Curtis Clay, senior, Football

Charles Coody / Phi Delta Theta Golf Scholarship

Eduardo Perez. junior, Men’s Golf

Bill Crawford Athletic Scholarship

Jessica Young, graduate student, Women’s Track

Brion T. Carlson Memorial - Golf

Eli Cole, junior, Men’s Golf

Scott Dike Memorial Scholarship

Cameron Tabor, sophomore, Track & Field

Cornelia and Bayard Friedman Scholarship

Zach Nichols, senior, Men’s Tennis

TCU - Raymond Gafford Memorial Golf Scholarship

Melissa Loh, senior, Women’s Golf

Nick Giachino Women’s Golf Scholarship

Brooke Beeler, junior, Women’s Golf

Hunt Seat Equestrian Scholarship

Taylor Frederick, junior, Equestrian

Dale Glasscock Football Scholarship

Ross Forrest , sophomore, Football

Craig Harper Scholarship

Tom Hoge, senior, Men’s Golf

Garlon Green

Irene Hester

Melissa Loh



partially endowed athletics scholarships JUNE 1, 2010 TO MAY 31, 2011 Roland L. Harper Memorial Golf Scholarship

Johan de Beer, junior, Men’s Golf

Ben Hogan-Colonial Country Club Endowed Golf Scholarship Daniel Jennevret, sophomore, Men’s Golf Ashley Huffman Hawkins Scholarship in Women’s Golf

Rachel Raastad, junior, Women’s Golf

Hurley Family Endowed Athletic Scholarship

To be awarded Fall 2012

Bob Lilly Scholarship

Tejay Johnson, senior, Football

Blair Loving Memorial Athletic Scholarship

Max Bichsel, junior, Men’s Golf

Christy and David May/Lone Star Equestrian Center Endowed Scholarship

Tassie Munroe, senior, Equestrian

L. A. J. and Betty Monroe Endowed Basketball Scholarship

Nikola Cerina, sophomore, Men’s Basketball

Victor A. (Beaude) Sahm III and Kristy Echols Sahm Endowed Scholarship

To be awarded Fall 2011

Selma and Scott Sherman Outstanding Football Player Scholarship

To be awarded Fall 2011

Neil Sealy Memorial Scholarship

Jodie Shimp, junior, Athletic Training

Coach Richard Sybesma Endowed Swimming Scholarship

Jeff Gettel, senior, Swimming

Wray and Sally Thompson Golf Scholarship

Prisela Campbell, senior, Women’s Golf

Drs. Ona and Crystal Wright Scholarship

Emily Carter, senior, Women’s Basketball

Ed and Ona Wright Athletic Scholarship

Irene Hester, senior, Volleyball

Ed and Ona Wright Endowed Scholarship in Football

To be awarded Fall 2011

NEW ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS ESTABLISHED IN FY11 Blackmon Endowed Scholarship Dave T. Miller Endowed Scholarship Fund D.D. & Rick Alexander Endowed Athletic Equestrian Scholarship Genovese Family Endowed Athletic Scholarship Jay and Linda Barlow Athletic Scholarship L’Heureux Family Athletic Scholarship Mead Family Baseball Endowed Scholarship Mead Family Equestrian Scholarship Melissa and Scot Hollmann Endowed Swimming Scholarship Perryman Endowed Football Scholarship Prigel Family Endowed Athletic Scholarship Robin Thayer Athletic Memorial Scholarship


2010-11 TCU Athletics annual report


The following members of the Horned Frog Family have made a tremendous investment in TCU’s student-athletes by annually funding a full scholarship: Mrs. Jennie Beth H. Edwards The Fleming Foundation Four Sevens Suite (Four Sevens Operating Co., Ltd., Mr. & Mrs. Dick Lowe, Mr. & Mrs. Hunter Enis, Mr. & Mrs. Brad Cunningham, Mr. & Mrs. Larry Brogdon) Hurley Family Endowed Athletic Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. J. Roger King Mr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Louden Mr. and Mrs. Kade L. Matthews Moncrief Suite (Mr. & the late Mrs. W.A. “Tex” Moncrief, Jr., Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Moncrief, William A. & Elizabeth B. Moncrief Foundation) Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Reilly Roach-King Suite (Mr. & Mrs. John V. Roach / The Roach Foundation, Inc., Mr. & Mrs. J. Luther King, Jr. / Luther King Capital Management) Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scharbauer III Mr. Duer Wagner III Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Walsh, Jr. The Estate of Mary D. Walsh The Walsh Foundation Walsh & Watts Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Rick L Wittenbraker

Jackie Torda

Sarah Scherer

Tassie Munroe




The TCU Frog Club gratefully acknowledges its members and donors who contribute annual gifts and make it possible for more than 300 TCU student-athletes to receive athletics scholarships. On behalf of the TCU Athletics Department and all Horned Frog student-athletes, the Board of Directors of the TCU Frog Club say “Thank you.” Go Frogs!

$1 Million+ Lifetime Donors Mrs. Carol Margaret Allen T. J. Brown & C. A. Lupton Foundation, Inc. Amon G. Carter Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly Cox David E. Bloxom, Sr. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Enis Four Sevens Oil Company, Limited Jane & John Justin Foundation John L. Cox Company The late Mr. John S. Justin Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther King, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Louden The late Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Lowdon, Jr. Lowdon Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lowe Luther King Capital Management Corporation Mary Potishman Lard Trust Mr. W. A. Moncrief, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Roach Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scharbauer III Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scharbauer Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Schollmaier The Walsh Foundation Mr. Duer Wagner III Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walsh, Jr. William A. & Elizabeth B. Moncrief Foundation William and Catherine Bryce Memorial Fund



The following donors made annual gifts from June 1, 2010 to May 31, 2011.


Mrs. Carol Margaret Allen Amon G. Carter Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Enis Jane & John Justin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Luther King, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lowe Luther King Capital Management Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scharbauer III Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Scharbauer The Walsh Foundation Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Walsh, Jr.

$499,999-$100,000 Mr. and Mrs. Rick L. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Berry Mr. Tom Bivins Larry and Patti Brogdon Mr. and Mrs. Peter Courtney III David E. Bloxom, Sr. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Dee J. Kelly Leo Potishman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Levy Mr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Louden Mr. Dan E. Lowrance Mary Potishman Lard Trust Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mead Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Patton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve K. Perryman Mr. and Mrs. John V. Roach Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Schollmaier The Skyland Foundation Mr. Larry B. White, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Young, Jr.


Mr. Jack B. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. C. Jay Barlow Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Blackmon III Blackmoor Management Company Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Craine Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Davis Dr. and Mrs. T. Dean Fikar Mr. and Mrs. Nick A. Giachino Global Gas, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Scot C. Hollmann Mrs. Linda D. Hrebec Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Hunt Jack Browning Baldwin Family Partnership Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Kritser, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Kyle, Jr. Kyle & Associates Dr. and Mrs. E. Alexander L’Heureux, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tod M. Miller Mr. and Mrs. John R. Millett Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Parker Mr. and Mrs. William C. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. Prigel Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rubenstein Mr. William G. Shumacher Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Semple Ms. Angela Gwen Stanford The Angela Stanford Foundation Vincent Genovese Memorial Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Rick L Wittenbraker

$49,999-$10,000 Mr. and Mrs. Steve P. Allison Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Ambrose III AmeriCredit Corporation Amon G. Carter Star-Telegram Employees Fund Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Angelovich Mr. and Mrs. Mike Atkinson, Sr. Austin Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Tull E. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Gus S. Bates IV Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Berce

Mr. Harry M. Bettis, Jr. Mr. John D. Bettis Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bointy Mr. and Mrs. Milus F. Bozarth Mr. and Mrs. Vernon W. Bryant, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Buschman Dr. and Mrs. James I. Cash, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom D. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Christie Mr. and Mrs. Jerry P. Clark Mr. and Mrs. John K. Cockrell, Sr. Cockrell Enovation Dr. and Mrs. John E. Conway Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coody Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Cook Mr. N.E. Crain Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Daigle David A. Senior Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Davis Mr. and Mrs. John F. Davis III Dr. and Mrs. R. Vance Dell Mr. and Mrs. Joe Don Denton Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Deskins Dr. H. Anderson Dollahite and Dr. Leslie Tatum Mr. Michael D. Dry Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Durrett Mrs. Jennie Beth H. Edwards Mrs. Norma Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Nick T. Encke Mr. Bryan P. Eppstein and Mrs. Kimberley S. Eppstein Estate of Mary D. Walsh Farm and Ranch Healthcare, Inc. Frost National Bank The Honorable Charles L. Geren Mr. John Gleaton Greenwood Office Outfitters Mr. and Mrs. Marc Gunderson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Harp Mr. and Mrs. Jon D. Hellberg Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Hill Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan Hill Mr. James R. Hille Mr. and Mrs. Randall K. Howard Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Royce T. Huffman Mr. Harry J. Huntsberry Ms. Lisa L. Huntsberry Mrs. Linda A. Hurley Mr. and Mrs. Butch and Terry Turrentine Irby IMG College J. Hiram Moore Ltd

Mr. and Mrs. Christian Jacobi Jennie Beth and Cass Edwards Charitable Fund Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jeff B. King Mr. and Mrs. J. Roger King Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Kizer Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ladner Mrs. Sherri Parker Lee Ms. Martha V. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lombardi Mr. James L. Lucas, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Kade L. Matthews Mr. David D. May Luke and Christiana McConn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCord Mr. Wilson McMillion Mr. Matthew Mooney Mr. Henry B. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Christopher Moore Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Morris, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. Morris MWG Enterprises LLC Mr. and Mrs. Adrian L. Mynatt, Jr. Mr. Rod Nelson Mr. Larry C. Oldham Mr. Kip E. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Bryce P. Phillips PJL Incorporated Dr. and Mrs. Gary N. Pointer Dr. Ellis Ramsey, Jr. and Dr. Jan Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Reilly Reilly Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Reynolds Ms. Nancy T. Richards Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Ringnald Roger Williams Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/ Sprinter/Airstream Mr. Robert D. Rollins Mr. and Mrs. Lynn W. Ross, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Royer, Jr. Royer & Schutts Commercial Interiors Mr. and Mrs. Beaude Sahm Mr. and Mrs. John R. Samford Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Samford Dr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Scheideman Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Scully, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Seiber Mr. and Mrs. David A. Senior Mr. and Mrs. Collin Meacham Sewell Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Shabay Mr. and Mrs. William C. Shaddock

Southern Multifoods Southwest Ford Mr. Jerad T. Speigel Mr. and Mrs. Mark Spencer Mr. and Mrs. William E. Steele III Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Stuart II T. J. Brown & C. A. Lupton Foundation, Inc. Ms. Agnes C. Talley Dr. and Mrs. David K. Teegarden The Fleming Foundation The Roach Foundation, Incorporated Mrs. Jo Ann Geurin Thetford Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tutcher Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Van Amburgh Virginia and Robert Hobbs Charitable Trust Mr. Duer Wagner III Mr. and Mrs. M. Bradley Wallace The Late Mrs. Mary D. Walsh Walsh & Watts Incorporated Wells Fargo The Honorable and Mrs. J. Roger Williams Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Wiseman Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wood Dr. Mark William Wylie Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Zimmerman


Acme Brick Company Dr. and Mrs. Ted C. Alexander, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Pedro Alonso, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Arend Mr. and Mrs. Erik T. Bahr Mr. and Mrs. James P. Bailey, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. James W. Barber Dr. and Mrs. William W. Barnes Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney & Strauss, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Bessire Mr. and Mrs. Bart J. Biggers Mr. Byron G. Biggs Mr. and Mrs. William G. Blackmon, Jr. BNSF Railway Company Mr. Bill Bond Mr. and Mrs. John P. Boswell Boswell Interests, Limited Dr. Cheryl Kimberling and Mr. David Branch Brandt Engineering Company Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Brockway

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ATHLETICS DONORS Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Brunner Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Greg W. Cantwell Mr. Brady F. Carruth Ms. Brittani G. Cate Mr. Nicholas Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Claiborne Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Clinkscale Mr. Dalton H. Cobb, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Coffey, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk A. Coleman Mr. Everett Taylor Collins Mr. and Mrs. Don Conlon Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Cook Mr. Benjamin M. Cowan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crawford Mr. and Mrs. David R. Crocker Ms. Karen E. Crouch Mr. Christopher C. Curtin Dr. and Mrs. Wiley F. Curtis II Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Dale Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Day Mr. Christopher M. Del Conte and Dr. Robin Ward Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Denheyer Mr. and Mrs. Logan Dickinson Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dike Dimitri Lake & Ranch Properties LP Disney Worldwide Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dodson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Dunaway Mr. and Mrs. Drew Durrett Dr. and Mrs. Larry Easterling Mr. and Mrs. Billy Echols Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ekberg Enterprise EAN Holdings, LLC ePlus Technology, Inc. Mr. John B. Esch Mr. Jeffrey S. Eubank Mrs. Kathleen S. Farr Mr. and Mrs. Mike W. Farris Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Felner First Rate, Inc. Mr. Michael D. Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Allen Fogle Mr. Iric Joel Gachman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Garrett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ginsburg Mr. and Mrs. John R. Golden Mr. Brian B. Goodfriend Mr. Stephen H. Gray Greenman Parker Connally Greenman Inc. Mrs. Barbara M. Grimm-Marshall Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gunn Mr. Brian G. Gutierrez Mr. David Hargrave Mrs. Marla M. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Foy W. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Harrison Mrs. Michelle T. Heines Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Henry III Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Herman Dr. Dan Curtis Hinkle Mrs. Virginia Hobbs Mr. Dennis Hooks Mr. Kip R. Hooks Hooks Lincoln, Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. William R. Howell Howell Instruments, Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Huffman Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Iles, Sr. Ms. Stacey L. Jandrucko Jeff Eubank Roofing Company, Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Kearney Mr. and Mrs. Craig LeBlanc Kelly


Mr. and Mrs. Darrell R. Lester, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lewis Mr. Joseph Blake Lipscomb II Mr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Louden, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin D. Loughry Rev. and Mrs. Barry Loving Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Luton Mr. Michael W. Manley Marshall T. Robinson Properties Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy V. McCord Mr. Timothy S. McNew Mr. and Mrs. David Medanich Mr. Charles R. Meeker Dr. Bonnie Melhart and Mr. Leonard J. Melhart, Jr. Meridian Bank Texas Metroplex Multifoods, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Patrick Millican Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan D. Mock Mr. John P. Molyneaux Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Moncrief Mr. Shaun P. Mooney Dr. Linda S. Moore Mr. Ronald E. Moore Mr. Richard H. Morgan Moritz of Fort Worth - ChevroletChrysler-Jeep Mr. and Mrs. Dave Motley Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Muckleroy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mulhollan Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pavell Mr. and Mrs. Van Pearcy Mr. and Mrs. K. Clark Peveto Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Pitcock, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William Dee Poteet III Mr. E. W. Prater, Jr. Mr. C. Scott Price Lt. Col. Michael D. Putnam Regan & James P. Bailey, Jr. Family Fund


Mr. and Mrs. Jon Roy Reid Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Marshall T. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Randy Rodgers Dr. and Mrs. Tom Rogers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Henry Samford Mr. and Mrs. Jim Samis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Sanders, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Edward M. Sankary Ms. Gerry L. Saum Scott Sherman Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Shapard Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Shaw Mr. and Mrs. John R. Shelden Mr. and Mrs. Scott G. Sherman Mr. John C. Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. Jared William Shope Mr. Richard A. Skipper Mr. Carey R. Sloan Southwest Bank Mr. Scott Spiker Dr. and Mrs. Larry W. Spradley Mr. K. Lindsay Stites Mr. Dave Stone Ms. Jeannine K. Swan Systemware, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Tallmon Mr. Lee L. Tennison Texas Capital Bank The Arch and Stella Rowan Foundation, Inc. The Kearney Law Firm Mr. John B. Thomas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Thompson, Jr. Mr. Chad E. Tregellas Mr. and Mrs. Tim Tregellas Mr. and Mrs. Philip Trew Mr. John R. Vermillion Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett W. Vick Mr. Dave Vucina Mrs. Nancy B. Walden

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie H. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Whittington Mr. and Mrs. Jon T. Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Williamson Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Co. Mrs. Irene Y. Wills Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Wynne


3PAR Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Adams Dr. and Mrs. Nasim Akhtar Mr. and Mrs. Bob A. Akin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Denny Alexander Mr. Platt Allen III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Allison Mr. Larry Anfin Ann and Charles Florsheim Family Foundation Ms. Elizabeth Armstrong Dr. and Mrs. James H. Atkinson Mr. Alvin L. Attaway, Jr. John and Debbie Aughinbaugh Auto Claim Solutions LLC Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Autrey Mrs. Sandra R. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. T. Ross Bailey Mr. James A. Baird Bank of Texas Dr. Marsha and Mr. Fred Barber Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Barnes III Barnes and Noble College Booksellers, Inc. Dr. Louis H. Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bates III Mrs. Jo Bearden Mr. Patrick H. Beckham Mr. and Mrs. William B. Beebe Mr. and Mrs. Rick Beeler Mr. and Mrs. Virgil D. Beene

Ben Dyess & Associates Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Benesh Mr. R. Aaron Benton Mr. and Mrs. Don Bescher III Bettis Brothers, L.P. Mr. Edd E. Bivin Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Black Dr. Donald R. Blake Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Blakeman Blakeman Transportation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Don P. Bodenhamer Mr. John Allen Booth Mr. and Mrs. T. Marshall Boyd Mr. and Mrs. A. William Brackett Mr. and Mrs. George M. Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Brants III Mr. and Mrs. Zachary T. Bray Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Breedlove Mr. and Mrs. M. Glen Brewer, CPA Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bridge Mr. Jerald C. Britton and Mrs. Beverly R. Britton Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Brodhead, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Brown Brown-Forman/Jack Daniel Distillery Bumper Manufacturing Co., Inc. Mr. Forrest J. Burroughs Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cantrell, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Cappel Mr. and Mrs. Trey Carmichael Carol Winn & James Reed Dunaway Family Fdn, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. W. Plack Carr III Mr. and Mrs. Tim Carter Mr. and Mrs. Reagan K. Casey Chicken Express - Weatherford Mr. and Mrs. Rodger M. Chieffalo Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Churay Cisco Systems Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Chad E. Cline

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clingman Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clinkscales Mr. and Mrs. Curtis T. Cochran Dr. Gary M. Cole and Dr. Michele L. Cole Dr. Ira J. Collerain Mrs. Nancy A. Cooper Dr. Mary and Mr. John Costas Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Courtney Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Craig III Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Craine Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Cram, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Crowley Ms. Mary Lee Cruz Mr. and Mrs. Bob Culley Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cunyus Mrs. Sue S. Curtis Curtis Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Ron Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Forrest C. Davis Mr. Clemente S. De La Cruz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. DeArman DeArman Insurance Group Mr. Caleb Deason Mr. Terry L. Debo and Ms. Deborah E. Barnett Mr. Gianpaolo DeFarro Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. DeHart, Sr. Ms. Karol G. Del Real Mr. Joe Don Denton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David N. Dike Mr. and Mrs. Jay C. Disney Mr. and Mrs. David D. Draper Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Draper Mr. and Mrs. W. Byron Dunn, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Durant Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Dyess, Jr. Ms. Barbara Ellison Eakman Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Early Mr. and Mrs. Martin Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eller Mrs. Patricia Eubank Dr. James F. Evans Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawrence Evans Ewing Autohaus The Late Col. Don D. Ezell Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Falls Mr. and Mrs. Jeff W. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Farrelly III Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Faulk Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ferebee Mrs. Mona Ray Fields Mr. and Mrs. Jack C. Fikes FishNet Security Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Fitzgerald Mr. Todd R. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Floyd, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Craig Ford Ford & Joslin LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Fortson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shawn R. Franklin Mr. David R. Frazier Freese & Nichols, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kirk French Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Galvan Mr. Michael K. Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Garvey Garvey Texas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Rafael G. Garza Mr. Jeffrey S. Gdula Mr. and Mrs. John E. George, Jr. Mrs. Rita R. George Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. Randall C. Gideon Drs. Richard C. and Ann M. Gipson Mr. Jeffrey S. Gleeson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bernard Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Goodwin, Sr. The Honorable Kay Granger Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Graves Chester and Laura Grudzinski, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Haggard Mr. and Mrs. Eric L. Hahnfeld Hahnfeld Hoffer and Stanford Architects Mr. and Mrs. J. Clinton Hailey Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Hall Mrs. Melanie H. Hanna

Harbison-Fischer Manufacturing Mr. and Mrs. Hal F. Harbuck, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Hardgrove Mr. and Mrs. David R. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Hardin Mr. and Mrs. William W. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Harrison, Sr. Mr. Patrick A. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Harwell Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Russell Haynes Heartland Alliance of America Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Hesselbrock Hewlett Packard Co. Mr. and Mrs. Holt Hickman Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hill Hill & Wilkinson, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Hillard Ms. Trisha Hillman-Philipp Hillwood Development Corporation Ms. E. Elizabeth Hogan Mr. and Mrs. P. Michael Hogan Holiday Chevrolet Holt Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge Dennis and Patsy Hooks Kip and DeeDee Hooks Hooks Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hoover Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Howell Dr. and Mrs. L. Kenneth Hubbell Ms. Cathy C. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Joshua E. Huffman II Mr. Jimmy Humphreys, Jr. Mr. C. Brodie Hyde II Hyde Oil & Gas Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Rufus A. Ivie III Cal and Cheryl Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Jennings Jerry’s Buick/Pontiac/GMAC/Nissan Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. Johnson IV Mr. and Mrs. Matthew L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, Jr. Johnson Controls Mr. and Mrs. Casey P. Jones Dr. Clark A. Jones Mr. and Mrs. David S. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jon Rex Jones Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Jones JP Morgan Chase Bank/Pangburn Mrs. Delight Justice Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Kalpakis Mr. and Mrs. John D. Karl Mr. and Mrs. Ben L. Karr Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Katz Kay Granger Campaign Fund Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Keetch Ms. Melissa A. Keil Keith and Sonia Moore Foundation Mr. Thomas K. Kell Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Kelly Kenneth & Cherrie Garrett Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Roby V. Key Dr. and Mrs. Shujaat Ali Khan Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Kight Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Kile Mr. Jason W. Kinander Klabzuba Oil & Gas The Honorable Lois Kolkhorst and Mr. James D. Kolkhorst Mr. Alfred G. Kyle Mr. Corey T. Kyle Mr. and Mrs. George E. LaHood Mrs. Janeen M. Lamkin Mr. and Mrs. William A. Landreth, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Lansford Law Offices of Clemente De La Cruz, PLLC Law Offices of Harold V. Johnson, P.C. Mrs. Virginia Ann Lawrence Dr. and Mrs. David F. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Lewis Ms. Emily N. Lilly Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Lilly Mr. and Mrs. Ken M. Link, Jr. Mr. Platt Livingston Allen, III Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Llewellyn Mr. and Mrs. Billy A. Lloyd

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Loffland Dr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Lorimer, Sr. Mr. Drew T. Louden Mr. Eddie J. Loudon Mr. and Mrs. James M. Loveless Ms. Mary Ralph Lowe Dr. and Mrs. Don A. Lutes Mr. Jeffrey B. Luz Mr. Larry S. Lydick, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Lydick Mac Churchill Auto Group, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John R. MacLean Mr. Steven James Mafrige Dr. and Mrs. Steven C. Mann Marshall R. Young Oil Company Martha V. Leonard Fund Mrs. Debra J. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Martin, Jr. Martin Sprocket & Gear, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan T. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Matthews, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Jack E. McCallum Mr. Scott McCollam Mr. and Mrs. Marcus R. McCrary Mr. W. Frank McCreight Ms. Debra L. McDonald Drs. John E. McDonald and Joan L. Bergstrom McDonald Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Mike A. McGinnis Mrs. Mary Sue McIlvain Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McKee Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McKinnon, Jr. Mr. John McKnight Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer Mrs. Elaine H. Michero Mr. and Mrs. Jeffry S. Millican Mr. Jeffrey D. Mittie and Dr. Shanna H. Mittie The Honorable and Mrs. Michael J. Moncrief Mr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Monroe Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Monroe Dr. and Mrs. James B. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. James A. Moody Dr. Frank (Trey) Moore III Moritz - Kia Mr. Paxton E. Motheral Muckleroy & Falls Mrs. Martha Evans Neal Mr. and Mrs. Bales W. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Nelson III Dr. and Mrs. David A. Nethery Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Nettles, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Newton Mr. and Mrs. Ken J. Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. John G. Nikkel Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Norris, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Norwood Mr. and Mrs. P. Brad Nutter Mr. and Mrs. Wayland W. Oatman Mr. and Mrs. William D. O’Grady Omni American Bank Mr. and Mrs. John M. O’Rear Mr. and Mrs. Will Osborne III Mr. and Mrs. David Otey Mrs. Wanda M. Page Dr. and Mrs. Steffen E. Palko, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Papa Mr. and Mrs. James A. Parker II Michael and Jackie Parks Mr. Mitchell Parks Mr. and Mrs. Connor W. Patman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Casey D. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Patterson Mr. Robert G. Payne Ms. Diane Schneider Pease Mr. J. Scott Peck Mr. and Mrs. Anthony N. Pettitt Mr. Tory D. Pietzsch Ms. Pylar Pinkston Mr. and Mrs. Merl C. Pohler Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pond Mrs. Charlie Jo and Mr. Dick Powers Mr. and Mrs. David B. Prater PS The Letter Mr. and Mrs. Victor Puente, Jr.

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ATHLETICS DONORS R & P Parker Holdings LLC Mr. James A. Rainbolt Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Rainbolt Mrs. Betty Simmons Ralls Mr. and Mrs. David G. Rascoe Mr. and Mrs. Breck Ray Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Reese Mr. David L. Rettig, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Cody M. Reynolds Mr. Kerry Edgar Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. William P. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Roark Mr. Robert C. Roberson and Ms. Lucille H. Dubuis Robert D. & Catherine R. Alexander Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David D. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Mike Roberts Mrs. Chris C. Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K. Rose Mr. David M. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Stan Royal Mr. and Mrs. George Runnion, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. N. Reese Ryan Mr. and Mrs. John Jarman Rymell Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Rymell S. E. Rodriguez Attorney At Law Drs. James A. and Martha H. Salmon Mr. and Mrs. Travis Sanders Dr. and Mrs. John C. Saunders Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Scheideman Dr. and Mrs. Bob L. Schieffer Mr. August F. Schilling and Dr. C. Suzanne Huffman Mr. Douglas Schnitzer Mr. Aaron R. Schobel Mrs. Edith K. Schumacher Mrs. Kathryn L. Schutts Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Scott Dr. Farooq I. Selod and Dr. Sayeeda Selod Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Senter III Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Shircliff Ms. Merri L. Siddons Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Siddons Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Simmons Site Property L.L.C. Mr. and Mrs. Arville O. Slaughter Mr. and Mrs. John Sledge Mrs. Marginel H. Slimp Dr. Don L. Smith, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, Jr. Ms. Kelly Ann Smith Mr. and Mrs. Marvin G. “Bud” Smith Mr. and Mrs. Shawn David Smith Mrs. Ann B. Smyers Mr. and Mrs. James E. Snelson Sodexo, Inc. and Affiliates Sovereign Bank Mr. Michael E. Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Mike D. Stepp Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Rob Lee Stewart Mr. Richard M. Stinson Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Stroud Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stupfel Mr. Ralph J. Sturgeon Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sturman Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sweeney Ms. Sonia Taborsky Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Talley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Tapp Dr. and Mrs. Doug Tatum, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Tauber


Mrs. Linda R. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Francis Taylor TBG Partners Mr. Thaddeus L. Teaford, Jr. TES Energy Services LP TEXSTAR Ford Lincoln Mercury The Beck Group / HCBeck, Ltd. The Pettitt Firm, P.C. The Sweeney Company Mr. and Mrs. Gillis Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. David H. Thomas III Mr. and Mrs. Arch O. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Dwight D. Thompson Mr. James G. Thompson TMT Partners, Ltd. Mr. Britt C. Todd Todd Company


Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Topham Mr. Steven M. Tucker Mr. Tracy D. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tucker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Greg W. Turman Mr. and Mrs. David W. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Turner Twin Kell Cleaners Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Uecker Mr. and Mrs. Harris F. Underwood III Mrs. Jill E. Unell United Supermarkets LLC University Building Specialties, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos R. Vacek Mr. Damon R. Vacek Mr. and Mrs. Travis E. Vanderpool Mr. and Mrs. Jerry P. Villella Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Vincent

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Vinsant Dr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Vrnak Mr. and Mrs. Cyril A. Wagner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Walker Mr. David Alan Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Terry J. Walsh Mr. William L. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Ward Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Wardle Mr. and Mrs. Brent Watson Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Weidman Mr. Wayne H. Wells Western Real Estate Equities. LLC Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Wheatley II Mr. Robert Whipple Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitworth William L. Hill Insurance Mr. John S. Williams

Mr. Winston F. Williams and Mrs. Erica Jade Mullins-Williams Williams Trew Real Estate Services, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Curt W. Wilson Mr. Edward A. Wilson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Loftin V. Witcher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Witherspoon Ms. Rebecca S. Wood Mr. Samuel P. Woodson IV Mrs. Judy C. Wooten Worthington National Bank Mr. and Mrs. Randy Wyatt XTO Energy Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yamagata Mr. and Mrs. Warren T. York Mr. and Mrs. George M. Young Mr. Marshall R. Young Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Zimmerman


Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Abington Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Allen Ms. Lynn M. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Anderson Ms. Karen Andrews Mr. and Mrs. John R. Andrus Dr. Edwin C. Augustat Mr. and Mrs. Davis C. Babb Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baker Mr. Dutch Baughman Mr. Jay Phillip Bayman Ms. Gay Donohoo Bellrichard Ben Hogan Sports Therapy Institute Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Todd J. Blouin Mr. Russ A. Bloxom Mr. and Mrs. Geno E. Borchardt Mr. Mackey J. Bozarth Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Brannon Mr. and Mrs. James N. Brawley Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Brookshire Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Brown Dr. and Mrs. Derek Alden Brown Mr. Brad Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Bruegel Mr. and Mrs. Jon S. Brumley Mr. Ross W. Brunner Mr. and Mrs. Theron L. Bryant Mr. Richard J. Bryce Dr. Brent Bunnell and Dr. Melody Burton Mr. and Mrs. D. Bradley Burlison Mr. and Mrs. Michael Burns Mr. and Mrs. Don L. Burum Buxton Mr. and Mrs. John J. Byrne, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cantu Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carey Dr. Liz and Mr. Todd Carlton Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Carmena Mr. and Mrs. Shelby W. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. James H. Carter III CD Financial LP Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chaffee Mr. and Mrs. Taylor A. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Chanlatte Chumar Investments LLC Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cisi Mr. and Mrs. John R. Clark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Clausen Mr. and Mrs. John T. Cluck Mr. and Mrs. Lance Cobb Mr. Bobby J. Cochran Colters Advertising, Inc. Compass Bank Concussion Advertising Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Conly Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Conway Mr. Jonathan C. Conway Mr. Robert D. Costas Mr. George N. Coultress, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Cox Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Cox Mrs. Susan L. Crenshaw Mr. Thomas B. Crouch

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crudup Ms. April J. Culver Mr. and Mrs. Bradford L. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Chris D. Curtis D L Investments Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Bronson C. Davis Dr. David L. De Vlaming Mr. and Mrs. David B. Dike Dike Financial Services Mr. Landon J. Dipprey Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Duncan Ms. Gerri D. Dye Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Elliott Ms. Brenda Ennis Mr. Greg Esposito FCF Restaurants, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fillman, Jr. Firehouse Cafe Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florsheim Mrs. Elizabeth A. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Gallant Walter Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Jeff L. Fraley Mr. and Mrs. Bryan F. Frazier Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. L. R. French, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Robin French III Mr. Jake R. Friemel Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frunzi Mrs. Jane B. Furche Mr. and Mrs. Bill R. Gabbard, Jr. Mr. Joseph M. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Elton D. Gardner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Gardner Mr. David R. Gattis GBC Benefits Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Wade C. Gear Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gearhart Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gilbert Ms. Jill Elizabeth Goff Mr. Travis A. Goldammer Mr. Craig W. Gossard Mr. Christopher R. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Groat Mr. Leonard Gruca Mr. and Mrs. C. Rutledge Haggard Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Hall Mr. and Mrs. W. Bradley Hancock Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haney Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Steve H. Hargrove Hargrove Electric Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua N. Harmon Mrs. Carol V. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Danny G. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Jamie E. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Kyle H. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Marshall E. Harris Mr. Anthony Shane Harwell Ms. Janet G. Herald Mr. and Mrs. Edmundo O. Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Shawn G. Hessing Mr. and Mrs. Rayford B. High III Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hill II HKS, Inc. Mr. Timothy M. Hoch Mr. and Mrs. Andy Horn Mr. and Mrs. Corey R. Horsch Mr. Richard L. Hosea, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Houk Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Houk Mr. Micah J. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hund Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Hurst Mrs. Allison M. Huxel Mr. and Mrs. Grant H. James Mr. Ned M. James Mr. Cass J. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. John N. Johnson Mr. Stephen C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Jones Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Jones Ms. Elizabeth Kaufmann Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Kershaw Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan King Mr. and Mrs. Mason D. King Mr. Matthew B. King

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FACILITIES UPGRADES The Jane Justin Field House made its debut in August 2010 at the cost of $1.5-million, which was the largest gift ever at TCU for a project geared solely for women’s athletics. The facility features 5,000-square-feet and includes home and visitor locker rooms, an officials’ locker room, a training room, offices, lounge area and wrap-around raised viewing terrace. In their first game since the opening of the Jane Justin Field House, the Frogs posted a 7-0 victory over Texas Southern on August 22, 2010.



Lupton Stadium expanded the seating capacity in 2011 with a pair of upper deck sections down the first and third base lines. The extra 850 bleacher seats provided shade for the concourse patios and assisted TCU to reset the top-10 record attendance marks in program history. Overall, the Frogs’ average attendance figures went up 35 percent in 2011. The additional seating was put to use early as a stadium record 6,099 fans arrived for opening night against Kansas on Feb 18.



AMON G. CARTER STADIUM Amon G. Carter Stadium opened in 1930 and instantly became a landmark in the Fort Worth skyline. The upper deck on the west side was added in 1956, making it visible from miles around campus. During the first 80 years, TCU’s home field witnessed the likes of “Slingin’ Sammy” Baugh before he became a Pro Football Hall of Famer. Davey O’Brien scampered his way to a Heisman Trophy and national championship in 1938. Bob Lilly played there before being the first-ever draft pick of the Dallas Cowboys and LaDainian Tomlinson set an NCAA single-game rushing record with 406 yards in a home game in 1999.



TCU played the final home game in the existing Amon G. Carter Stadium on Nov. 13, defeating San Diego State, 40-35, to clinch a share of the Mountain West Conference championship. A crowd of 45,694 Frog fans crammed through the turnstiles for the last time to watch TCU play its final home game, representing the third sellout of the 2010 season and fourth in the last eight home games. TCU set a single-season attendance record for the second-straight year, averaging 42,466 fans per game. The previous record total from 2009 was 38,187. TCU won its last 20 home games inside the friendly confines of AGCS.



It took years to build TCU’s Amon G. Carter Stadium, but only seconds for Austin Commercial, the general contractor in charge of the Stadium renovation, to implode the West grandstand of the stadium on the morning of Sunday, Dec. 5.



FUTURE PROJECTS The new Amon G. Carter Stadium will be reconstructed to its original height to ensure the stadium returns to the Fort Worth skyline. The fan experience will vastly improve with a new concourse, additional restrooms and concession areas, as well as more ramps and elevators. The stadium will also feature 31 suites and space for up to 2,537 club seats, in addition to new scoreboards, a new press box and more seating in the north end zone. The stadium is scheduled for completion in the fall of 2012.



Corporate partners TCU values its association with IMG College, which develops and establishes corporate partners with national, regional and local companies. These sponsors help make TCU Athletics among the best values for fans in the NCAA. In turn, our partners receive maximum exposure by associating with a major Division I program in a top market. The 2010-11 year was a record year as IMG partnered with 188 sponsors. IMG College revenues exceeded an all-time high of $2.8 million. These monies go toward supporting the academic and athletic goals of TCU Athletics and Texas Christian University.

TCU Athletics thanks the following corporate partners Adventure Golf Carts Albertson’s Alexander Chandler All Saints Anheuser-Busch AT&T Yellow Pages Bakers Street Bank of Texas Baylor All Saints BBVA Compass Blue Mesa Bone & Joint Clinic Boomerjack’s Brix Pizza Brownstone Brumbaugh’s Buffalo Bros Carino’s Charter Communications Chicken Express Classic Foods Clear Fork Coca-Cola Enterprises Cockrell Enovation Colonial Park Colonial Savings Community Trust Bank Compass Bank Cooks Children Coopers BBQ Courtyard Marriott Craig’s Collision Crowne Plaza Tournament Cypress Equities Dairy Max DairyMax David Hunt Furs Devon Energy Domino’s Don Davis

Dr. Mitch Conditt Dr. Peter Ku Dunaway and Associates Executive Health Care First Financial Bank Frank Kent Motors Fort Worth Audi Fort Worth Pharmacy Freebirds Frost Bank Grand Marc In The Paint Jake’s Lawn Care Jason’s Deli Kincaid’s Hamburgers Kleiman Evangelista Eye Center Leddy’s Ranch LegacyTexas Bank Lonestar Charity Los Vaqueros Lucien Wright Insurance Services, Inc. Mama’s Pizza McDonald’s Martin Sprocket Minute Rice Meador Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep The Melting Pot Meridian Bank Texas Moritz Movie Tavern The MTN North Hills Hospital Northwestern Mutual Office Authority Ol’ South Pancake Omni Hotels Pappas Pepsi Bottling Group PS the Letter Radiology Associates

Railhead Smokehouse Rock Bottom Rosa’s Simply Fondue Sodexo Southside Bank Southwest Bank Sovereign Bank Sportswear Graphics Spring Hill Marriott Smashburger State Farm Insurance SW Dairy Farmers South West Roofing The Squire Shop Taco Bell Tarrant Concrete Taylor’s Rentals TCU Bookstore TCU Extended Ed TCU Florist TCU Frog Club Texas Capital Bank Texas Eye and Laser Texas Health Resources Texas Star Golf The Parking Spot The T Ticketcity Trinity Terrace Two Men and a Truck University Mosaics UNT Health USMD Waste Management West 7th Wynne Sedan & Limousine Group Yo Yogurt Yogi’s

820 AM & 1270 AM – The TCU Sports Network became the only college in North Texas to offer a Spanish broadcast when it partnered with Univision Radio last season. Miguel Cruz served as Voice of the Frogs en Espanol and former TCU safety Elvis Gallegos handled the color analysis on what was a fun and rewarding first-year broadcast.


2010-11 TCU Athletics annual report



TCU’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved an invitation to join the BIG EAST Conference in all sports beginning with the 2012-13 academic year on Nov. 29, 2010. TCU will become an official member of the BIG EAST July 1, 2012. BIG EAST members in football are Cincinnati, Connecticut, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, South Florida, Syracuse and West Virginia. For sports other than football, the BIG EAST also includes DePaul, Georgetown, Marquette, Notre Dame, Providence, Seton Hall, St. John’s and Villanova. By joining the BIG EAST Conference, TCU can continue its goal to build an excellent athletics program. The BIG EAST also provides TCU’s athletics program television exposure through ESPN, CBS Sports and SportsNet New York (SNY). The BIG EAST Conference has the longest standing continuous relationship of any league with CBS Sports. In adding TCU and the nation’s fifth-largest television market, the BIG EAST Conference further strengthens its footprint on the national television scene. BIG EAST markets already contained almost one-fourth of all television households in the United States. BIG EAST institutions currently reside in nine of the nation’s top-35 media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. Headquartered in Providence, R.I., the BIG EAST Conference was formed in 1979. The league has won 28 national championships in six sports with 128 student-athletes capturing individual national titles. “We take tremendous pride in having a nationally-prominent athletics program and joining the BIG EAST Conference will allow us to further grow our brand and increase our visibility and exposure,” TCU director of intercollegiate athletics Chris Del Conte said. “Having BCS automatic-qualifying status was a priority for our football program and a great reward for the success we’ve had the last decade under Gary Patterson. Keeping all our sports together was also critical. We are very excited to accomplish both these goals and look forward to our new home in the BIG EAST Conference.”

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2010-11 TCU Annual Report  
2010-11 TCU Annual Report  

The 2010-11 TCU Annual Report features a year-in-review of the TCU Athletics Department.