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Nina Munch-Soegaard

Senior Captain | 2009 All-American

HORNED FROG TENNIS 2010 MEDIA GUIDE


TCU Head Coach

JEFFERSON HAMMOND

Fourth Season | 54-29 (.659)

2009 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year 2008 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year 2006 ITA Southwest Region Assistant Coach of the Year

TCU Accomplishments Under Hammond: • Three NCAA Team Championship appearances • 2007, ‘08, ‘09 Mountain West Conference Champions • Three All-Americans • 2007, ‘08 ITA All-Academic Team honors • 19 All-Mountain West Conference awards • 2007 NCAA Doubles Semifinalists • ITA National Indoor Individuals: 2008 Singles Semifinalist & Doubles Semifinalists 2007 Doubles Semifinalists 2006 Doubles Finalists


Contents THIS IS TCU Family Values...................................................................................................................................................................... 2-3 Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.................................................................................................................. 4-5 TCU Athletics Achievements in 2009........................................................................................................... 6-7 TCU Athletics Facilities.............................................................................................................................................. 8-9 Global Bridge.............................................................................................................................................................. 10-11 Head of the Class/Academic Services................................................................................................. 12-13 Campus Growth........................................................................................................................................................ 14-15 Fort Worth, Texas...................................................................................................................................................... 16-17 Dr. Victor Boschini, University President........................................................................................................ 18 Chris Del Conte, TCU Athletics Director....................................................................................................... 19 Climbing the Mountain West Conference........................................................................................... 20-21 2009 Season Preview......................................................................................................................................... 22-23 Rene Simpson, Horned Frog Legend.............................................................................................................. 24 COACHING STAFF Head Coach Jefferson Hammond............................................................................................................ 26-27 Assistant Coach Sarah Gray................................................................................................................................... 28 Volunteer Assistant Anna Lubinsky................................................................................................................... 29 Support Staff........................................................................................................................................................................ 30 2010 TCU HORNED FROGS Megan Alexander..................................................................................................................................................... 32-33 Maria Babanova................................................................................................................................................................. 34 Kayla Duncan....................................................................................................................................................................... 35 Idunn Hertzberg................................................................................................................................................................. 36 Gaby Mastromarino......................................................................................................................................................... 37 Nina Munch-Soegaard........................................................................................................................................38-39 Shalini Sahoo....................................................................................................................................................................... 40 Katariina Tuohimaa.......................................................................................................................................................... 41 Roster and 2009 Fall Stats...................................................................................................................................... 42 TCU HISTORY AND RECORDS 2009 Season Review.......................................................................................................................................... 44-45 2009 Season Statistics............................................................................................................................................... 46 2009 Postseason Review and Awards...........................................................................................................47 Yearly Results.............................................................................................................................................................. 48-51 All-Time Series Results....................................................................................................................................... 52-54 Coaching History............................................................................................................................................................... 55 Individual Honors/All-Americans.................................................................................................................56-57 All-Time Tournament Results......................................................................................................................... 58-59 Final Rankings/Individual Records.................................................................................................................... 60 All-Time Standings........................................................................................................................................................... 61 Former Frogs........................................................................................................................................................................ 62 TCU Compliance Information................................................................................................................................. 63 Media Relations................................................................................................................................................................. 64 ON THE COVER: Top: senior captain and 2009 singles All-American Nina Munch-Soegaard. Below: TCU’s trophies since joining the Mountain West Conference in 2005-06. (2006, ‘07, ‘08 Regular Season champions; 2006, ‘09 Tournament champions)

GENERAL INFORMATION Location..................................................................................................................Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment.........................................................................................................................................8,853 Founded............................................................................................................................................... 1873 Nickname......................................................................................................................Horned Frogs Colors.......................................................................................................................Purple and White Conference............................................................................................................... Mountain West Chancellor............................................................................................ Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletics Director...............................................................................................Chris Del Conte Home Courts...........................................................Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Outdoor Courts (Capacity)..................................................................................... 22 (1,500) Indoor Courts (Capacity).................................................................................................. 5 (250) Tennis Center Phone....................................................................................(817) 257-7960 COACHING STAFF Head Coach........................................................Jefferson Hammond (fourth season) Alma Mater................................................................................................................Vermont, 1993 Career Head Coaching Record....................................................................54-28 (.659) Record at TCU............................................................................................................................... same Assistant Coach........................................................................... Sarah Gray (first season) Voluteer Assistant Coach....................................Anna Lubinsky (second season) WOMEN’S TEAM INFORMATION 2009 Record.................................................................................................................................17-11 MWC Championship Finish.......................................................................................................1st MWC Regular Season Finish.................................................................................................2nd NCAA Championships Finish.............................................2nd Round (Fayetteville) Final 2008 Ranking................................................................................................................No. 29 Letterwinners Returning/Lost..............................................................................................6/2 TCU MEDIA RELATIONS Director................................................................................................................................Mark Cohen Women’s Tennis Contact....................................................................................Jaime Handy Office Phone....................................................................................................... (817) 257-5379 Cell Phone............................................................................................................ (817) 343-2525 E-mail..........................................................................................................................j.handy@tcu.edu Mailing Address.............................................................................................TCU Box 297600 ...........................................................................................................................Fort Worth, TX 76109 Overnight Address.................................................................................2900 Stadium Drive ...........................................................................................................................Fort Worth, TX 76129 Web site.............................................................................................................. www.GoFrogs.com Mountain West Web site......................................................................www.TheMWC.com Please, Just TCU Though the TCU Department of Athletics is a proud and integral part of Texas Christian University, it desires to be recognized simply as TCU (acronym only) Athletics. Therefore, we respectfully urge that the university’s teams be identified with an appropriate appellation - TCU. In subsequent references of the same presentation, the team may be referred to by nickname - Horned Frogs. A shorter version of the nickname, Frogs, is acceptable in later usage. Thank you for your cooperation.

CREDITS: The 2010 TCU Women’s Tennis Media Guide was written and designed by Media Relations Graduate Assistant Jaime Handy. Special thanks go to student assistants Michelle Altenberg and Melissa Reynolds, as well as administrative assistant Deanna Damon for editorial assistance. Photography was provided by Jim Boyd, Michael Clements, Glen Ellman, Linda Kaye Stephen Nowland, Jamie Schwaberow, Wes Turner and Anthony Vasser. The covers were designed by Jaime Handy. Printing by Cockrell Printing in Fort Worth, Texas.

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PART O F A FAM I LY TCU is an established and prestigious university that takes a deep pride in its athletic programs. When a student-athlete hits the field, court, track, pool or course, they represent the high standards and expectations that comes with wearing the Purple and White. This season’s mission statement of “We’re not just a team, we’re a family,” exemplifies the loyalty and team chemistry this group possesses and captures the passion and excitement that surrounds TCU Athletics. The TCU women’s tennis coaching staff brings youthfulness to the sport and a drive to continue the national success of the program. Head coach Jefferson Hammond took the reigns of the program three seasons ago, leading the Frogs to a Mountain West Conference tournament title, a pair of regular season crowns and three-straight trips to the NCAA Championships. “Being a horned frog on the tennis team means that we go all out every time we step on the court, and that we possess a championship attitude at all times.”

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This is TCU ALMA MATER Hail all hail, TCU Memories Sweet, Comrades True Light of Faith, Follow Through Praise to Thee, TCU

RIFF, RAM, BAH ZOO Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo Lickety, Lickety, Zoo, Zoo Who, Wah, Wah, Who Give ‘em hell, TCU

FIGHT SONG CHANT F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Purple, White, Horned Frogs Fight Victory, Victory, Right, Right, Right Rah, Rah TCU! Rah, Rah, TCU F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Go, Go, Horned Frogs Go TCU Frogs Fight

FIGHT SONG

Tradition runs deep at TCU, and it all begins with the Horned Frog. Some say the frog was chosen as the school’s mascot because the football practice field was overrun with the small, spiny lizards. Others say its feisty attitude simply matched the tough frontier spirit shown by TCU itself. Other school traditions

We’ll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory For TCU, so tried and true, We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU Hail white and purple flag whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you!

include TCU’s school colors, purple and white. The former represents royalty, the latter a clean game. Learning how to do the Horned Frog hand sign is a must (Make a peace sign. Now fold those two fingers.). And new students may not have any idea what Riff, Ram, Bah Zoo means now, but they’ll soon discover that it’s one of the oldest cheers in the country. We also blow the 120-decibel Frog Horn—a real live train horn—after every football score.

WHAT THE HECK IS A HORNED FROG? 1. The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornutum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body”; in Latin, cornutus means “horned.” 2. Their primary diet is red harvester ants; they eat 80 to 100 a day. 3. The typical horned frog is three to five inches long. 4. Horned frogs are cold-blooded and have an unusual pineal gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of the head, which zoologists believe is part of their system of thermoregulation. 5. When angered or frightened, horned frogs can squirt a fine, four-foot stream of blood from their eyes. 6. The horned frog was named the State Reptile of Texas in 1992.

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FIRST-CLASS FACILITIES The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center and Bernard J. “Tut” Bartzen Varsity Courts is considered one of the finest facilities in collegiate athletics. Completed in 1976 at a cost of more than $2-million, the home of the TCU women’s tennis program is located on the southwest corner of the TCU campus and features an indoor and outdoor tennis complex. The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center features 27 total courts - six varsity tennis courts and five indoor courts which are reserved solely for the men’s and women’s tennis programs - as well as 16 courts that are for public use. The outdoor section of the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center includes a pavilion with a seating capacity of 1,500 to go along with fully-stocked pro shop and complete locker room facilities. The outdoor courts are recessed by as much as 16 feet, providing wind control and deleting many viewing obstructions. I

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In addition, the faithful of the Purple and White continued to show their dedication to the men’s and women’s tennis program as stadium lights were added to the varsity courts allowing TCU the ability to play night matches for the first time in school history. At a cost of around $300,000, the 100-foot Musco brand candles of light provide the Frogs premium illumination with minimal spillage into the surrounding neighborhoods. The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center has been the model for collegiate tennis facilities around the country and was selected as one of the top-25 tennis facilities in the country by Tennis Magazine in 1990. The USTA Facility Awards Committee also selected the TCU home tennis courts as the Most Outstanding Public Tennis Facility in 1998. In 1980, the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center gave the Fort Worth community its first indoor tennis facility, which included a $500,000 extension that houses five indoor courts that were funded by the Mary Potishman Lard Trust. Located on the southeast of the tennis facility, the indoor complex assures the TCU tennis program of having one of the most complete facilities in the entire country. The TCU tennis complex would not have been made possible had it not been for The Friedman Center, which was named after the late Bayard H. Friedman. The namesake of the TCU tennis complex served as the Chair of the Board of Trustees at TCU as well as served as the former mayor of Fort Worth. The Friedman Center received the 1986 United States Tennis Association Member Organization of the Year Award in recognition of its excellence and dedication to the world of tennis.

PRO-SHOP RENOVATION The Pro-Shop in the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center underwent a complete renovation in Fall 2009, compliments of the Mary Potishman Lard Endowment. The project updated the existing space more efficiently by adding individual offices for the staff, a conference room and storage space. The front desk check-in, merchandise floor space and locker rooms received a significant face-lift. The renovation created a modern feel and utilized the extra floor space to provide the public with a lounge area and coffee bar. TCU will use the renovated locker rooms to accomodate opponents during home matches.

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This is TCU Horned Frog Success in 2009 SPRING 2009 On the field and the court, four progams -baseball, men’s golf, women’s tennis and men’s tennis -- won Mountain West Conference championships. All four programs, as well as individuals from rifle, men’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, competed in NCAA postseason action. For the first time in TCU history, the Horned Frogs hosted the NCAA Rifle Championships and an NCAA Baseball Regional. Women’s tennis’ Jefferson Hammond and men’s golf’s Bill Montigel earned MWC Coach of the Year honors. TCU baseball climbed as high as No. 10 in the nation, according to Baseball America, for the program’s highest-ever ranking. The Frogs compiled 40 wins for the third-straight year. Additionally, TCU earned its sixth consecutive trip to the NCAA Regionals, but this time as a No. 1 seed and host of the Fort Worth Regional. Advancing to the program’s first Super Regional, the Frogs extended the series with No. 1 overall seed Texas to an elimination game. Sophomore men’s golfer Tom Hoge provided drama at the MWC tournament, rallying from eight strokes down with five holes to play to

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force a playoff. With three birdies and a par, the Frogs won the first sudden death hole to capture their first-ever MWC title. The magic didn’t stop there, as the squad finished in the top four at the Midwest Regional and qualified for the NCAA Championships. Led by Hoge’s three-under-par, third place individual finish, TCU’s highes in seven years, the team completed the tournament in ninth, the program’s best showing in 12 years. The No. 29 women’s tennis squad captured their second MWC Championship in four years in the league. The Frogs went 10-1 against conference foes and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Championships. Junior Nina Munch-Soegaard garnered AllAmerica status after claiming a top-16 seed in the NCAA Singles Championships, while seniors Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska advanced to the round of 16 at the NCAA Doubles Championships for the secondstraight season. The No. 38 men’s tennis team clinched the MWC regular-season crown for the second year in a row and third time in four seasons. The team earned a league-high five allconference selections and earned a trip to the NCAA Championships for the 18th time in 19 years.

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FALL 2009 TCU football earned a trip to its first BCS appearance, finishing the season at the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. The 12-1 Horned Frogs reached 12 victories for the second time in their 114-year history. TCU won the Mountain West Conference Championship for the first time since 2005. Ranked as high as No. 3 in the country, TCU enjoyed a 14-game winning streak, tying a school record. Twenty-one TCU football players earned postseason honors in 2009, including seven All-Americans. In the classroom, the American Football Coaches Association recognized TCU for graduating 75 percent or more of its student-athletes. Head coach Gary Patterson received National Coach of the Year accolades from the Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press, Sporting News and Liberty Mutual in addition to being named the recipient of the Eddie Robinson Award, Bobby Dodd Award, George Munger Award and Woody Hayes Award.

ESPN’s College GameDay made its first-ever appearance on the TCU campus, hosting the popular morning show prior to the Frogs’ 55-28 win over Utah. TCU also defeated BYU when the show was hosted in Provo on Oct. 24. The TCU volleyball team made history this season by earning its firstever bid into the NCAA tournament. The Horned Frogs, who swept Rice in the first round of the NCAA tournament, established a new school record for wins in a season with a 27-6 overall record. Four Frogs were named All-Mountain West Conference, while the team earned seven Player of the Week honors over the course of the season. The TCU women’s soccer reached a program-high No. 26 nationally ranked, and climbed as high as No. 4 in the Pacific Region. The Frogs qualified for the Mountain West Conference tournament for the thirdstraight season and produced a National Player of the Year finalist.

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This is TCU AMON G. CARTER STADIUM The Horned Frogs’ official home since its construction in 1930, Amon G. Carter Stadium features grandstands on both sidelines, including a massive double-deck west stand that towers above the TCU campus. The Frogs have used the homefield atmosphere of the charming facility to their advantage by winning 50 of 56 games (89.3 percent) at home since 1999. The playing surface was changed from a synthetic turf to natural grass in 1992, and a new state-of-the-art scoring and video system was added in 2002. Amon G. Carter Stadium received a major facelift in 2008, as the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center added six luxury suites and 255 club seats to the south end zone. A complete renovation of Amon Carter also has recently been proposed.

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

DANIEL-MEYER COLISEUM Home of the TCU men’s and women’s basketball teams, Daniel-Meyer Coliseum is located on the southeast corner of Amon G. Carter Stadium. The 7,201-seat arena of the “DMC” was constructed in 1961 and has seen several upgrades in recent years. In addition to receiving updated men’s and women’s locker rooms in 2002, a new sports medicine facility was added in 2006. The arena floor was replaced in 2003, and a new LED suspended scoreboard and LED boards along the scorers’ tables were added in 2007 at a cost of nearly $1.5 million. TCU has taken full advantage of its home-court atmosphere since the DMC’s construction. The men have won 63 percent of their home games since 1961, while the Lady Frogs have posted an 81.8 percent home winning percentage over the last 10 seasons.

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This is TCU TCU ATHLETICS FACILITIES Top: Lupton Stadium and WilliamsReilly Field Second Row: Ed & Rae Schollmaier Basketball Complex Third Row (L to R): Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium; Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Bottom Row (L to R): Lowdon Track and Field Complex; University Recreation Center

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E XPLO R I N G TC U Texas Christian University is forging into all-new frontiers today—the explosion of technology; the reality of a global society; the wonder found in diversity; the satisfaction of understanding the world we live in and making it better. At TCU, students find small classes (a 15:1 studentto-teacher ratio), challenging and caring professors and countless ways to get involved and lead. A challenging academic environment helps individuals grow as thinkers, writers and speakers. And learning to change the world isn’t just some lofty idea. For the thousands of students who choose TCU each year, it’s what they work toward every day.

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This is TCU TCU Campus Breakdown AddRan College of LIBERAL ARTS Aerospace Studies Anthropology Asian Studies* British & Colonial/Post-Colonial Studies* Classical Studies* Criminal Justice Economics English Geography History Military Science Modern Language Studies • French studies • German studies • Italian studies • Japanese studies Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law Track Pre-Major Track Religion Sociology Spanish and Hispanic Studies Women’s Studies* Neeley School of Business Business • Accounting# • Electronic Business • Entrepreneurial Management# • Finance# • Marketing# • Supply & Value Chain Mgmt. General Business* College of Science & Engineering Astronomy Biology Chemistry Child Development Computer Information Technology Computer Science Engineering • Electrical • Mechanical Environmental Earth Resources Environmental Science Geology Health Care Ethics Mathematics Neuroscience Nutritional Sciences • Coordinated Program In Dietetics • Nutrition • Food Management Physics Pre-Health Professions Track • Pre-Dentistry • Pre-Medicine • Pre-Optometry • Pre-Pharmacy • Pre-Podiatry • Pre-Veterinary Psychology Ranch Management

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College of Communication Broadcast Journalism Communication Studies International Communications • News Editorial • Global Adv./Public Relations News Editorial • Newspaper/Magazine • Periodical Design • Photojournalism Film/Television/Digital Media Strategic Communications College of Fine Arts Art Administration* Art Education Art History Classical and Contemporary Dance Fashion Merchandising Graphic Design Interior Design Music • Church Music • Music Education • Orchestra Instraments • Organ • Opera • Performance • Piano • Piano Pedagogy • Voice Presentation* Studio Art Theatre • Acting • Design • Directing • Make-Up and Hair • Musical Theatre • Stagecraft College of Education Education • Early Childhood Education • Middle School Education • Secondary Education Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Habilitation of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Health and Fitness Movement Science Nursing Physical Education Psychosocial Kinesiology Social Work Speech-Language Pathology

# - available with International Emphasis * - available as a minor only

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HEAD OF THE CLASS Before practice, the training room and dual meets, there are the books. Up early and up late, TCU student-athletes strive for excellence in the classroom, just as they do on the playing field. In the Spring of 2009, Horned Frog student-athletes notched a departmental cumulative grade point average of 2.957, which is the highest since tracking began in the Fall of 1998. The women’s tennis program has had a perfect APR score of 1000 in four-consecutive years and was one of 13 TCU programs to boast a team GPA of more than 3.0 in 2008-09. Women’s tennis also had a trio of 2009 All-Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete award winners, which is the highest academic honor given by the conference.

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ABE MARTIN ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER

The newest addition to TCU’s academic support services is the Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, part of the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex attached to Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The new facility features seven individual tutor rooms and a spacious computer lab (above right) with 32 deskop machines, in addition to a 120-seat educational learning center featuring the latest technology and teaching tools. The Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center pairs with the Davis Academic Learning Center (below), located in the Justin Center, to give TCU one of the finest sets of academic facilities in the nation. Included among a five-person TCU Academic Services staff is assistant director Judy Golden (above left), who helps assist Frog tennis players in their academic pursuits.

ABOUT ACADEMIC SERVICES

The Athletic Academic Services Office (AASO), located in the Davis Academic Learning Center and the new Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center, offers exceptional academic support services for all Horned Frog student-athletes. The AASO is client-centered in its objectives and goals as it provides an environment conducive to academic achievement and personal development. Life Skills programming ensures that student-athletes receive a well-rounded academic experience and are prepared for the challenges after TCU. In addition to five full-time staff members, the AASO also utilizes the help of two graduate assistants and five undergrad student workers in addition to a pool of 50-plus tutors who provide at least 200 weekly sessions.

ACADEMIC HONORS In 2008-09, Maria Babanova (far left), Kayla Duncan (middle) and Katariina Tuohimaa (right) led the charge of Frogs on the Mountain West Conference AllAcademic team. To be eligible for the award, studentathletes must have completed at least one academic term at the member institution while maintaining a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better and be a starter or significant contributor on their athletic team.

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W H AT ’S N E W AT T C U In recent years, Texas Christian University has invested more than $500 million in new facilities and upgrades to campus classrooms, laboratories and residence halls. The individual projects have radically changed the face of the TCU campus, and further advances continue each day. Individual projects recently completed include the construction of the new Brown-Lupton University Union, TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore and Mabee Foundation Education Complex, in addition to four new student residence halls. In all, nine new facilities have been added to the campus landscape over the last two years alone.

BROWN-LUPTON UNIVERSITY UNION Better known as the BLUU, construction of the 145,000 square foot student union was completed in the fall of 2008, giving TCU students a more spacious and functional facility that serves as the beating heart of the campus. A new dining facility, auditorium, conference rooms, gift shop and student organization headquarters are some of the many services that the new union offers to TCU students, faculty and staff. The BLUU features three separate dining options, including Market Square, an 800-seat hall where TCU students can watch their food being grilled, seared, tossed or baked to order. Market Square boasts seven different varieties of cuisine from which students can select on all-you-can-eat terms.

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This is TCU TCU BARNES & NOBLE BOOKSTORE The new 34,000-square-foot facility was a joint venture with Barnes & Noble, which operates as the university’s bookstore. Students can now study and meet classmates in the Starbucks lounge or purchase TCU gear across the street from campus. The bookstore is located on the corner of University Drive and W. Berry Street. The new bookstore includes expanded book sales and retail space, a lounge, reading areas, a mezzanine for textbooks, study areas and a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating.

J.E. AND L.E. MABEE FOUNDATION EDUCATION COMPLEX Renovation of the interior of the existing Bailey Building and construction of an adjoining three-story, 23,000 square-foot addition, named Betsy and Steve Palko Hall, was completed in summer 2007. The Bailey Building, constructed in 1914, was originally the home of Brite College of the Bible. It was named for West Texas pioneers Mary Ann and Robert Bailey.

RESIDENCE HALLS Four new residence halls, totaling approximately 220,000 square feet, have been added to the grounds of TCU’s campus. The TCU student housing administrative offices are located on the ground floor of Kellye Wright Samuelson Hall. Samuelson and Amon G. Carter Hall, the two northern-most buildings, were completed in summer 2007. Teresa and Luther King Hall and Mary and Robert J. Wright Hall, TCU’s most recent additions, were completed in 2008.

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HEART OF THE METROPLEX Fort Worth continues to wear its cowboy heritage and exude a prop-your-feet-up-and-stay-awhile spirit. Smiles and nods are the norm. Optimism, like a friendly handshake, is undeniable. Yet as much as Fort Worth began on the open range, it thrives more today as a cosmopolitan city. It marries a proud cowboy heritage with a distinct sophistication that sets the city apart. Downtown itself is only five miles from campus. Sundance Square invites patrons to enjoy the 20-block entertainment and shopping venue. Where else can you take your pick of more than 25 upscale eateries, see a movie, attend a play, listen to a symphony or dance under the stars – all within walking distance of each other? Fort Worth connects with nearby Dallas and other surrounding communities for what is simply known as the “Metroplex,” which boasts a total population of more than 6.1 million to form the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States.

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This is TCU DFW QUICK FACTS • Fort Worth ranks No. 1 among fastest growing cities in Texas; 18th nationally (ranked by CNNmoney.com). • There are four professional sports teams in DFW (Cowboys, Mavericks, Rangers and Stars). • Fort Worth is also home to minor league baseball’s Fort Worth Cats. • There are 21 malls in DFW. • There are 13 movie theaters in Fort Worth and the surrounding areas. • There are more than 350 restaurants in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. • An average of 1,150 commercial flights fly in and out of DFW International Airport on a daily basis (to at least 85 cities a day). • There are 22 airlines that fly in and out of DFW Airport. • There are approximately 1,500 churches in Dallas/Fort Worth. • Dallas/Fort Worth is made up of 12 counties (TCU is located in Tarrant County). • The Metroplex’s total population of nearly 6.1 million residents ranks No. 4 among the top metropolitan areas in the United States. • There are just under 600,000 people living in Fort Worth. • The land area of Fort Worth is 293 square miles. • Approximately 7.5 million people visit Fort Worth each year, bringing $900 million to the local economy. • Fort Worth is home to Billy Bob’s, the largest honky-tonk in the world. The inside of this landmark is three acres.

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This is TCU DR. VICTOR

CHANCELLOR

BOSCHINI

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

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

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D E L C O NTE

BABB

DAVIS ASSOCIATE A.D.

ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

11th year at TCU

FIRST YEAR AT TCU

Supporting student-athletes, first and foremost, both academically and athletically.

Chris Del Conte was appointed the new athletics director at TCU on Oct. 22, 2009. Del Conte, who has 19 years of professional experience in intercollegiate athletics, is the seventh athletics director in TCU history.

BAILEY

ROSS ASSOCIATE A.D.

During his tenure as athletics director at Rice, Del Conte had responsibility for 16 intercollegiate programs, 350 student-athletes, along with coaches and staff. Del Conte also designed, developed and managed the Rice Vision for the Second Century Campaign, which has raised over $90 million to date. He secured significant funds to build athletic facilities such as the Tudor Fieldhouse and Youngkin Center for Student Athlete Excellence, and also raised $4 million for upgrades to the football stadium. Del Conte also secured a marketing sponsorship and broadcast rights contract for Rice and maintained a focus on student-athlete academic achievement, resulting in numerous public recognition awards from the NCAA for the academic progress rate of student-athletes.

32nd year at TCU

HATCHER

“We conducted a thorough national search, reviewed numerous résumés and ultimately found a stellar professional with the expertise and background to continue guiding our athletic program toward excellence,” said TCU Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. “Christopher has extensive experience and proven ability in collegiate athletics and academic administration. He has successfully served in leadership positions in athletic programs throughout the country and guided the development of strategic partnerships, negotiated and managed key contracts, advanced student-athlete academic achievement, and ensured that athletics remained integrated with the strategic direction of each university he served.” “I am thrilled to be appointed TCU’s athletics director,” said Del Conte. “Athletics plays a vital role in the entire university experience and as such, it must remain an integral part of TCU’s strategic direction. Doing so enhances and supports not only the student-athlete experience but also the collegiate experience of all TCU students. This program enjoys invaluable community involvement and support, has a history of excellence steeped in tradition and continues building its reputation on a national level. I look forward to carrying forward the great momentum that is clearly visible throughout the TCU athletic program.”

RHONDA FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE

20th year at TCU 11th year as FAR

JACK

HESSELBROCK ASSOCIATE A.D.

22nd year at TCU

Prior to Rice, Del Conte was the senior associate athletics director for external operations and sports programs for the University of Arizona in Tucson. In that role, Del Conte had responsibility for the planning, management and oversight of the day-to-day operation for the department of intercollegiate athletics. He also functioned as the chief financial officer for the department; managed external operations; had oversight and management of all contracts, ticket sales, broadcast rights fees, corporate sponsorships, and trademarks and licensing; and oversight of all facility construction.

JOHNSON

KIM ASSOCIATE A.D./ SWA

He has served on various professional committees and associations including the Division 1A Directors’ Association and the National Association of Directors of Athletic Development.

Second year at TCU

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

KULL

SCOTT ASSOCIATE A.D.

Fifth year at TCU

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C L I M B I N G T H E M O U N TA I N TCU women’s tennis head coach Jefferson Hammond was named the 2009 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year. The honor marks the second award in as many years for Hammond, as he also earned the accolade in 2008. Hammond garnered the recognition after guiding the 29th-ranked Horned Frogs to a 17-11 overall record and a 10-1 mark in MWC matches. In 2009, senior Macall Harkins, sophomore Katariina Tuohimaa and freshman Kayla Duncan earned all-conference singles honors from the league, while Tuohimaa and Duncan were also tabbed for all-MWC doubles accolades. The Frogs are 39-4 against conference opponents since entering the league in 2006, including two tournament titles and a pair of regular season championships. TCU has also garnered Coach of the Year honors in three of the four years in the MWC.

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

The Mountain West Conference is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within Mountain West Conference boundaries - including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders four MWC schools (Utah, BYU, Air Force and Colorado State). The high plains of Wyoming (elevation 7,220 feet – the highest Division I campus in the nation) contrast with the desert city of Las Vegas (the fastest-growing metropolitan area in the West) and the Pacific Ocean locale of San Diego State. The southwestern flavor of New Mexico complements the western heritage and culture of Fort Worth, Texas, home of the MWC’s newest member - TCU.

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2010 Season Preview Head coach Jefferson Hammond and the 2010 TCU women’s tennis team will look to make their seventh consecutive trip to the NCAA Championships this season after returning six players from last year’s Mountain West Conference tournament title team. The Horned Frogs also welcome a pair of newcomers that will make an immediate impact in 2010. The Horned Frogs are scheduled take on 16 NCAA qualifiers from a year ago. While traveling to face stout competition from Vanderbilt, Michigan, Alabama, Auburn, Miami, Wichita State, Baylor and Notre Dame, TCU will also host a tough slate at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, including Stanford, SMU, Arkansas, Texas A&M, Illinois and VCU. “We have put ourselves in position to play a very good schedule,” Hammond said. “We look forward to the week-in and week-out challenge in front of us. It should provide a platform for improvement as we head into the conference and NCAA tournaments.” TCU opens up conference play April 2 against Air Force and the Frogs have garnered four-straight Mountain West Conference titles in as many years and hope to continue their success this season. The MWC Championships will be held in Las Vegas, Nev., by host UNLV, April 28-May 1. If the Frogs’ make their seventh consecutive NCAA appearance, they will have the right to play for a trip to play in Athens, Ga., May 20-31. “Our conference is always tough and we look forward to league play as much as any non-conference match,” Hammond said. Headlining the TCU lineup will be 2009 ITA Singles All-American and senior captain Nina Munch-Soegaard. The Amarillo, Texas native enjoyed a successful junior campaign, defeating five straight nationally ranked opponents to begin the year. Reaching as high as No. 6 in the Campbell’s/ITA Singles Rankings, Munch-Soegaard earned a top-16 seed at the NCAA Singles Championships and finished the year listed at No. 22.

“This is my fourth year and Nina’s as well,” Hammond said. “This will be a special year with her as the captain of the team and I expect her to lead this group to great heights.” Munch-Soegaard also claimed the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional singles crown, while advancing to the semifinals of the National Indoor Championships. Senior transfer Megan Alexander joins the Frogs’ after spending the first three years of her collegiate career as a standout at the University of Florida. As a Gator, Alexander was a two-time All-American, earning singles honors as a freshman and doubles accolades in her sophomore season. “Megan brings a highly competitive demeanor to the court,” Hammond said. “She has had great success and we look forward to more.” During the fall, Alexander made her presence felt immediately, teaming up with sophomore Kayla Duncan to claim the doubles title in the Frogs’ opening tournament at The Racquet Club Invitational. Overall, Alexander enjoyed an 8-4 singles record and 8-2 doubles ledger during the 2009 fall semester. The Frogs’ junior class of Maria Babanova, Idunn Hertzberg and Katariina Tuohimaa will be the rock of the TCU roster in 2010, bringing depth and experience to the court.

Nina Munch-Soegaard ended the 2009 season with a No. 22 ITA Singles ranking, the fourth best finish in TCU history.

Babanova sustained a 13-9 singles record for TCU in 2009, but her true contributions came in doubles action, sporting a 22-9 clip, including a 5-2 mark against the MWC. The Moscow, Russia product teamed up with three different partners throughout the 2009 season, but achieved the most success with then freshman Gaby Mastromarino, finishing 8-4 and going 4-1 in MWC play. “Maria is a fighter who will never back down,” Hammond said. “She’s determined to lay it all on the line in every match.” Hertzberg is also a returning junior that will give the Frogs’ depth. In 2009, the Oslo, Norway native posted winning streaks of six and four during the year, playing in the Nos. 3 through 6 position. She claimed a 7-1 singles record against the MWC and delivered the clinching shot against No. 29 San Diego State. Hertzberg saw limited doubles action, but paired up with Munch-Soegaard to help earn the doubles point against Arkansas in the second round of the NCAA Championships. “Idunn does not like to lose. She will find her way back into matches and has many, many times.” Tuohimaa has enjoyed back-to-back seasons of all-MWC accolades in singles and doubles for the first half of her collegiate career and will look to add more recognition in 2010. Tuohimaa produced a 14-8 record from the front three courts, including a 7-1 clip against the MWC. The Helsinki, Finland product enjoyed an eight-match winning streak as a junior and clinched matches against Florida State, BYU, Colorado State and over UNLV in the MWC Championship finale.

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2010 Season Preview “Katariina can play with anyone in the country and has a tremendous will. She has an incredibly professional manner about her when it comes to practice habits and play.” Tuohimaa’s doubles prowess came alongside freshman Kayla Duncan, where the duo captured a 14-8 overall record, anchored by a 6-1 ledger against MWC opponents. The TCU tandem ended the season with five-straight wins to help propel the Frogs through the MWC tournament and NCAA Championships. Shalini Sahoo, a native of New Delhi, India, who has experienced success on the international level, joined TCU’s roster this fall as a junior. The righthander reached high positions of No. 623 in singles and No. 891 in doubles in the WTF world rankings this past spring. Sahoo transferred to TCU from Lady Shri Ram College for Women in New Delhi. “Shalini has an excellent work ethic. She has very nice strokes and a great mind.”

Duncan made her first impression count as a freshman in 2009, leading TCU with a 27-7 overall singles record and garnering all-MWC honors in singles and doubles. Her 27 wins fell one short of matching Lucie Dvorakova’s single-season best for a Frog freshman, registering 28 wins in 1996. Duncan was the only TCU player to go undefeated against the league in 2009 and carried her momentum into the fall semester to accomplish a 13-6 singles record, highlighted by six wins over nationally-ranked opponents. “Kayla had a fantastic fall to follow-up a great freshman year. She is really building momentum to do great things.” Mastromarino returns for her sophomore campaign after going 18-14 as a newcomer a year ago. She also helped TCU in many areas, playing anywhere from the Nos. 2 through 6 courts. Mastromarino delivered the winning blow over conference foes Colorado State and Wyoming, taking six of her final seven wins in straight sets. “Gaby is an excellent player who contributes in many areas, not just on the court. She will do anything for her teammates.”

ITA Preseason Team Rankings 1. Duke (21) 2. Northwestern (9) 3. California (3) 4. Georgia (4) 5. Baylor (2) 6. Notre Dame 7. Miami 8. Florida (12) 9. USC 10. Georgia Tech ---------------------------------------------------- 27. TCU

ITA Preseason Singles Rankings 1. Irina Falconi Georgia Tech 2. Jana Juricova California 3. Denise Dy Washington 4. Anastasia Petukhova Fresno State 5. Yasmin Schnack UCLA 6. Caitlin Whoriskey Tennessee 7. Laura Vallverdu Miami 8. Maria Sanchez USC 9. Josipa Bek Clemson 10. Marina Cossou California --------------------------------------------------67. Kayla Duncan TCU

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ITA Preseason Doubles Rankings 1. Whoriskey/Pluskota Tennessee 2. Burdette/Barte Stanford 3. Mejia/Vallverdu Miami 4. Bek/Hadziselimovic Clemson 5. Embree/Will Florida 6. Grabinski/Marand North Carolina 7. Nijssen/Boxx Mississippi 8. Koning/Rehberger South Florida 9. Redecsi/Salkovic DePaul 10. Remnyse/Schnack UCLA --------------------------------------------------17. Alexander/Duncan TCU 59. Duncan/Tuohimaa TCU

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HORNED FROG LEGEND Former Frog Rene Simpson became the first women’s tennis player inducted into the TCU Letterman’s Association Hall of Fame on Sept. 17, 2009 at Brown-Lupton University Union. Simpson was honored alongside J.J. Henry, Khadevis Robinson, Dennis Nutt, Michael Reeder and Marshall E. Harris to make up the 41st Class. Simpson was a fixture at the NCAA National Championships in each of her final three seasons where she competed in both singles’ and doubles’ action. During her senior season, Simpson capped off a historic season by becoming the first of two players in program history to capture All-American accolades in both singles’ and doubles’ action and was selected as the Southwest Region Senior Player of the Year. As a senior, Simpson captured the Southwest Conference singles’ title and was chosen as an All-Southwest Conference award winner in both singles’ and doubles’ action. The former TCU standout currently holds four program records in career combined victories, career singles’ victories, single-season combined victories and single-season singles’ victories as well as ranking third with 99 career doubles’ victories. Following her standout career at TCU, Simpson competed for her home country of Canada at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. The former TCU standout competed for over a decade on the Women’s Tennis Association Tour where she was ranked as high as 32nd in the world in doubles’ action as well as 70th in the world in singles’ competition. Simpson also represented Canada in the Fed Cup for 11th and captured the 1992 Canadian Singles’ Championship. SIMPSON IN TCU’S RECORD BOOKS 1st.....................Single Season Victories -- Singles (42, 1987-88) 1st.....................Single-Season Victories -- Combined (71, 1987-88) 1st.....................Career Victories -- Singles (133) 1st.....................Career Victories -- Combined (232) 3rd.....................Career Victories -- Doubles (99) 10th.................Single Season Victories -- Doubles (29, 1987-88) SIMPSON’S FINAL NATIONAL RANKINGS Singles 39th 26th 12th

Year Doubles, Partner 1986 -1987 33rd, Teresa Dobson 1988 9th, Tory Plunkett*

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Coaches and Support Staff Head Coach Jefferson Hammond............................. 26-27 Assistant Coach Sarah Gray.................................................... 28

Volunteer Assistant Coach Anna Lubinsky.................. 29 Support Staff......................................................................................... 30

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Jefferson

Hammond

Fourth Season | MWC Coach of the Year (2008, 2009) | 54-28 (.659) Head Coaching Record In 2009, Hammond drove TCU to an overall record of 17-11 and a final team ranking of No. 29. The Horned Frogs returned to NCAA postseason play for the sixth-straight season, reaching the second round of the Fayetteville Regional. They defeated No. 36 Tulsa in the opening round, 4-1, before losing to No. 14 Arkansas, 4-3. Hammond earned his secondconsecutive Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year award, leading the Horned Frogs to a 10-1 record against league opponents and claiming the program’s second conference tournament title in four seasons.

Hammond is very proud of his team off of the court as well, where the team has made the ITA All-Academic squad two out of the last three years with a 3.3 GPA. The program has also had a perfect APR percentage of 1000 in his three years.

The 2009 season was a year of achievements for Hammond and his squad. As a junior, Nina Munch-Soegaard earned ITA singles All-American honors after gaining a top-16 seeding in the NCAA Singles Championships. Munch-Soegaard also claimed the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional singles crown and advanced to the semifinals of the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships. She reached a ranking as high as No. 6, finishing her spectacular junior season at No. 22.

For the second-straight season, five TCU players earned all-conference honors, including the junior duo of Harkins and Sydorska, who took home singles and doubles honors. The doubles team also advanced to the semifinals of the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, bowing out to Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish would also get the best of them in the round of 16 of the NCAA Doubles Championships in Tulsa, Oklahoma. TCU advanced to the round of 16 after dismantling Georgia Tech.

Senior Anna Sydorska earned sole possession of the TCU career doubles record, ending her career with an overall record of 106-43, while also ranking fifth in combined wins, going 179-87 in singles and doubles for TCU. Alongside partner Macall Harkins, the duo made the finals of the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional doubles bracket and advanced into the semifinals at the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships. The duo also defeated Florida in the opening round of the NCAA Doubles Championships, falling to Clemson in a tight match in the round of 16. The tandem landed as high as No. 13 in the ITA polls, ending their senior campaign at No. 31.

Sophomore Munch-Soegaard was selected as the 2008 Texas Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame Tennis Player of the Year and Hammond earned the MWC Coach of the Year award.

Macall Harkins, Kayla Duncan and Katariina Tuohimaa each earned AllMWC singles considerations, while Duncan and Tuohimaa also garnered Doubles honors. On April 10, 2009, Hammond achieved his first career benchmark total for wins, claiming his 50th career victory after a 7-0 sweep over Colorado State. Hammond enters his second season as the commitee chairperson for the ITA Texas Region. In his first year of responsibilities, TCU hosted the 2008 Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships in Fort Worth.

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TCU went 8-0 in MWC play in 2008 to defend their regular-season title. The Frogs’ 20-6 overall record earned a fifth straight NCAA Tournament appearance and a final ranking of 26th in the nation.

In his first season as head coach in 2007, the Frogs went 7-1 in MWC play to capture the regular-season title. TCU led the league with five all-conference selections, and Munch-Soegaard was named the MWC Freshman of the Year. Ana Cetnik and Sydorska advanced to the semifinals in doubles play at the NCAA Championships to earn All-America honors. Cetnik earned a new TCU record with 35 single-season doubles wins, while Sydorska tied for second all-time with 34. Hammond, the 2006 Southwest Region Assistant Coach of the Year, helped lead the Frogs to many firsts and notable accomplishments. The Frogs won a round against Vanderbilt at the National Indoor Championships and leaped four spots in the polls to grab the No. 12 ranking - the highest in program history.

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The 2006 campaign also marked TCU’s inaugural season as a member of the Mountain West Conference and the Frogs quickly established dominance as the rookie member of the league. TCU went 8-0 versus MWC foes to win the regular-season title and grab the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament. With the No. 1 spot, the Frogs rolled through the tournament to capture the crown. Following league play, the Frogs made history as they became the first TCU women’s program to host the opening rounds of the NCAAs. The team also made the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in school history, defeating No. 17 Texas, 4-0, in the round of 32. TCU eventually lost to No. 1 Stanford, 4-0, who claimed their third-straight title. In his first season at TCU in 2005, the Horned Frogs ended the year with a 21-5 record and their final ranking of 19th marked the first top 20 finish since 1981. At one point during the spring, TCU was rated as high as No. 14. Hammond has prided himself on building a championship attitude amongst his teams. Under his guidance at TCU, his players have tallied 22 total championships in tournament play throughout his five years. Hammond came to Fort Worth, Texas, after being involved in the collegiate coaching ranks in the state of California. During the 2003 and 2004 seasons, Hammond served as the volunteer assistant coach for the nationally ranked Southern California men’s team. He helped guide the 2004 USC squad to a coPac-10 team championship and to the NCAA

semifinals. The Trojans finished No. 4 in the rankings. The Indianapolis native broke into the college scene in 2002 as an administrative assistant for the UC Irvine men’s tennis team. Hammond started his coaching career at University High in Irvine, Calif., in 2000 after serving as an assistant tennis pro at The Pointe Hilton on South Mountain in Phoenix. During his two-year stint with the boys’ varsity tennis squad at University High, Hammond led his team to two California Interscholastic Federation team championships. Following the 2000 title, he was named the Orange County Register Coach of the Year. Hammond has not only excelled as a coach but as a player. As recently as 2001, he was ranked No. 1 in the Southern California Tennis Association in the men’s 30-and-under singles. Hammond earned his bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Vermont in 1993, where he was four-year starter on the tennis team with a .694 winning percentage in singles. As a senior, he was co-captain, and in 1992, he helped lead the Catamounts to the North Atlantic Conference championship. Following graduation, he spent time playing on the United States Tennis Association Pro Circuit. Hammond and his wife, Amy, who was the Pac-10 platform diving champion in 1994 at Arizona State, have two boys, Eric, 7, and Kevin, 4, and reside in Keller.

Hammond’s All-Time Record vs. Opponents (Three Years) Opponent Air Force Alabama Arkansas Auburn Baylor BYU California Colorado State Florida State Fresno State Georgia Tech Kansas State Miami (Fla.) Michigan Mississippi New Mexico North Carolina North Carolina State North Texas Oklahoma Pepperdine Rice San Diego State SMU South Florida Texas Texas A&M Texas State Texas Tech Tulsa UNLV UT Arlington Utah Vanderbilt VCU Virginia Wake Forest William & Mary Wyoming

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Sarah

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Assistant Coach | First Season | Texas A&M ‘07 TCU head coach Jefferson Hammond announced the hiring of Sarah Gray as the new assistant women’s tennis coach on Sept. 4, 2009. Gray, a former collegiate tennis standout at Kentucky and Texas A&M, and Hammond will look to lead the Horned Frogs to run for the NCAA Championships this season. “Sarah was an outstanding college player and brings an amazing amount of experience to the team,” Hammond said. “She has made it as deep as the NCAA quarterfinals, was an All-American and brings with her an invaluable familiarity with what it takes to be among the best. I’m looking forward to working with Sarah and to having a great year.” Formerly Sarah Foster, the Lexington, Ky., native spent her first two collegiate seasons at the University of Kentucky, earning ITA doubles All-American recognition in 2005. She also helped to lead the Wildcats to its first-ever SEC Championship and NCAA Elite Eight finish. Gray picked up SEC Freshman of the Year and ITA Southeast Region Rookie of the Year honors. After transferring to College Station in 2006, Gray’s success followed by earning Big 12 Newcomer of the Year accolades. She enjoyed a 20-15 singles ledger in her first year as an Aggie, while also donating a 23-15 record in doubles to qualify for the NCAA Doubles Championships alongside partner Tifffany Clifford. In her senior campaign, Gray earned All-Big 12 honors and collected the Aggie Spirit Award. She returned to the NCAA Doubles Championships with Clifford in 2006, totaling a 23-11 doubles clip for the year. After graduating from Texas A&M with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in communications, Gray went on to play professionally on the WTA circuit in 2008 and traveled to France to compete for T.C. Vignes until June 2009. She was married in April 2009 to Kent Gray of Harlingen, Texas. The couple met while attending Texas A&M and now reside in Fort Worth.

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Volunteer Assistant Coach | Second Season | Texas A&M ‘07 Anna Lubinsky enters her second season as the Frogs’ volunteer assistant. Lubinsky played at Texas A&M from 2003-07 and was the first player in Aggie history to move from Line 6 to Line 1, earning the Line 1 Singles Big 12 Championship in 2007. “Anna brings a vibrant and competitive spirit to our team,” Hammond said. “She had a tremendous college career as a player and is coming off of the pro circuit where she won two doubles titles. I expect her presence to make us just that much better this spring and will round out the staff, adding intangibles that are needed to get the most out of our talent.” While at TAMU, Lubinsky was nationally-ranked as high as No. 17 in singles play and No. 22 in doubles competition. She was the Southwest Regional champion in 2006 and was named the ITA Southwest Region Senior Player of the Year in 2007. She was also a two-time winner of the coveted Churchwell Aggie Heart Award (2006, 2007). In 2005, she was the ITA Summer Circuit Player of the Year and a Strength Training All-American. Despite being on the pro circuit for a just over a year, Lubinsky enjoyed early success. She had two doubles titles and was a finalist in the IV Copa Mazatlan “Club El Cid” Torneo in April 2008. She also received the Sportsmanship Award at the Baylor Medical Pro Classic in June 2007. Earning a ranking as high as No. 798, Lubinsky had professional wins over players ranked as high as No. 300, No. 425, No. 445, No. 505, No. 536 and No. 655 in the world. Lubinsky also currently works for Cradera, a consulting company in Dallas, Texas.

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Support Staff Kim Johnson

Craig Smith

Associate Athletic Director Senior Woman Administrator

Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Director

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

The San Angelo, Texas, native also coordinates practice times and assists with event management at all home TCU men’s and women’s tennis matches. Smith earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Schreiner College in 1993.

Jeff Wrage Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center Associate Director

Jeff Wrage is in his ninth year as associate director of tennis for Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. Wrage is responsible for program management, adult and junior leagues and also provides lessons. He serves as the tournament director for all tournaments hosted by TCU as well. Wrage holds a Bachelor of Science in comprehensive psychology from the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

Judy Golden

Lauren Crawford

Academic Advisor

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Judy Golden joined TCU in May 1997 and worked in the school of business for six years before coming to the athletics department four years ago.

Lauren Crawford is in her third year at TCU after serving a year as assistant athletic trainer at Highland High School in Gilbert, Ariz.

In addition to women’s tennis, the Loveland, Colo., native works with baseball, men’s basketball, men’s tennis, women’s golf, rifle, and men’s and women’s swimming and diving. She holds a Bachelor of Science from Texas Tech in home and family life and a Master of Liberal Arts from TCU.

Crawford received her undergraduate degree in athletic training and her master’s in secondary education from Northern Arizona University. Crawford has been a certified athletic trainer for two years and passed the Texas licensure in December of 2007.

Zach Dechant

Jaime Handy

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

Media Relations Graduate Assistant

Zach Dechant oversees the development of baseball, and women’s tennis, as well as assisting with football. His previous experience has includes stints at the University of Wyoming, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Missouri State University and the University of Washington. He earned a bachelor’s degree in health and wellness from Missouri State in 2003, and is currently working towards his master’s degree. He is certified through the NSCA, CSCCA, and the USAW.

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Craig Smith is in his 11th year as director of tennis for Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center. He oversees all adult and junior programs, leagues and camps at the center, as well as lesson schedules.

Jaime Handy is in his second year at TCU after enduring media relations internships with the University of Florida Gators and the Houston Astros. The Fort Worth, Texas native received his undergraduate degree in mass communications with an emphasis in advertising and public relations from West Texas A&M University in May 2007. Handy will graduate with a master of liberal arts degree from TCU in May 2010.

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Gaby Mastromarino.......................................................................... 37 Nina Munch-Soegaard.........................................................38-39 Shalini Sahoo........................................................................................ 40 Katariina Tuohimaa........................................................................... 41

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Alexander

Senior | Right-Handed | 5-6 | Dallas, Texas (Spring Creek Academy/Florida) • ITA Singles All-American (2007) (at Florida) • ITA Doubles All-American (2008) (at Florida) • Second Team All-SEC (2007, 2008) (at Florida) • SEC Academic Honor Roll (2007, 2008) (at Florida) FALL 2009 (SENIOR): Opened the semester with an ITA preseason singles ranking of No. 111... savored an 8-4 singles record, including a 1-2 clip against nationallyranked opponents... her top win came in straight-sets against Micaela Hein from Arizona State during the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships... enjoyed an 8-2 doubles ledger... teamed up with Kayla Duncan for a 5-0 doubles record to win the doubles crown at the Racquet Club Invitational in Midland, Texas, defeating tandems from UT Arlington, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Rice and Boise State... also went 3-2 with Maria Babanova, advancing to the quarterfinals at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships. 2008-09 (JUNIOR [FLORIDA]): Played in five dual matches and posted a 3-2 record all at the No. 3 position... final singles match was a 6-1, 6-3 loss to UCLA’s No. 63-ranked Maya Johansson in the ITA Team Indoors Round of 16... was 1-0 in clinching matches... earned a 3-3 record during the entire year versus ranked opponents... finished the season with a final national doubles ranking of No. 32 with Marrit Boonstra... played all 15 doubles matches during the entire year with Boonstra ... posted a 4-2 record in dual match action ... final two matches were tough losses, with a 9-7 setback to UCLA’s Remynse and Schnack in the ITA Team Indoors Round of 16 and an 9-8 (16-14) loss to North Carolina’s Marand and Grabinski... was 2-0 in clinching doubles-point matches... compiled a 2-2 record during the entire year versus ranked opponents. 2007-08 (SOPHOMORE [FLORIDA]): Ended the season ranked No. 95 in singles action... notched 13 singles wins during the dual match season, mostly playing in the third spot in the lineup ... topped UCLA’s Yasmin Schnack in the NCAA Team Championships semifinals to earn one of UF’s two points ... topped the 48th-ranked Courtney Ulery of Vanderbilt 6-3, 0-6, 6-4 from the No. 3 singles position clinched the win for Florida over No. 5 North Carolina with a 6-1, 6-3 win over 72nd-ranked Austin Smith ... blanked Stetson’s Natalie Gorham 6-0, 6-0 to clinch the dual-match season opener for the Gators... Named a Doubles All-American, finishing the season ranked No. 12 in the country alongside partner Marrit Boonsta... the duo was ranked as high as No. 5 on March 4... teamed with Boonstra (15-4) and Lolita Frangulyan (4-1) during the dual-match season, mostly playing in the No. 1 doubles position... Alexander and Boonstra won their first 10 matches as partners and only lost one match during regular season play... teamed with Boonstra to beat the 21st-ranked team of A. Taylor and C. Ulery of Vanderbilt in the NCAA Round of 16 ... defeated Tennessee’s seventh-ranked pair of C. Whoriskey and Z. Zubor 8-3 in the Gators’ win over the Vols ... took down the No. 8 doubles team in the nation, North Carolina’s S. Marand and S. Garbinski, with an 8-3 win to clinch the doubles point for the Gators ... outlasted the Duke pair of Amanda Granson and Melissa Mang, the No. 6 doubles team in the nation, by an 8-5 score. 2006-07 (FRESHMAN [FLORIDA]): Wrapped her freshman campaign with a final singles ranking of No. 25, reaching as high as No. 19 on March 6... capped the season winning four of her final five matches, which included her run into the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championships, where she opened with a thrilling 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (3) win over 10th-ranked Jenna Long from North Carolina... downed Stanford’s 20th-ranked Jessica Nguyen in the second round, before falling to eventual NCAA runner-up No. 5 Lindsey Nelson of Southern California 6-2, 6-4... played the No. 2 position in 18 of the 20 dual matches she completed, earning an 11-7 record at that spot in addition to a 1-1 record at the No. 3 court she played during the SEC Tournament... sported a career-long 12-match win streak that spanned from November into mid-February... named the SEC Player of the Week for her play during the matches of February 12-18, when she extended her singles winning streak to 12 in a row after posting two huge victories over players from Texas and Miami... compiled an 11-7 ledger versus nationally-ranked opponents, including a 2-2 record during the fall season... also 2-0 in dual match-clinching matches... earned a final Fila national doubles ranking of No. 51 with partner Diana Srebrovic, after reaching as high as No.

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27 on April 3... was 17-4 record during the spring season, including a 17-3 record in dual matches... teamed with Srebrovic for the first 10 dual match pairings, posting a 9-1 record all at the No. 2 position, but partnered with Anastasia Revzina in every dual match afterward, earning an 8-3 mark at the No. 3 spot, including the 8-4 win over Baylor’s 49th-ranked Zuzana Zemenova and Iva Mihaylova in the NCAA round of 16, handing the Bear pair their first loss of the season (17-match win streak snapped). HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Trained at T Bar M Racquet Club for one year and three summers ... attended Grace Community and Spring Creek Academy... coached by her father, Greg Alexander, and Dave Licker... competed in the U.S. Open Juniors in 2005... ranked as high as No. 1 nationally in the USTA National Girls 18 standings during the 2004 and 2005 seasons... won the 2005 USTA National Open Championships held in Waco, Texas, and was a finalist in the doubles event... won the 2004 Girls 18 Singles title in Austin, Texas, and the 2002 Girls 16 Singles title at Midland, Texas... in December 2004, reached the finals of the USTA National Winter Championships... quarterfinalists at the 2005 Easter Bowl ITF Tennis Championships... reached the quarterfinal round at the 2005 Chanda Rubin Pan-American Closed ITF Jr. Tennis Championships and the USTA National Championships... posted a 4-0 singles record as a member of the 2005 USTA Junior Federation Cup team... during the 2004 season, swept the singles and doubles crowns for two ITF Girls 18 events, placed second at the Winter National Girls 18 Singles and at the Clay Court National Girls 18, while finishing third in doubles... in 2003, took second at the Clay Court National Girls 16 Doubles tournament, while finishing third at the Winter National Girls 16 Doubles... given the 2005 Chuck McKinley-No. 1 National USTA Ranking award, as well as the 2005 Mary Lowden - Texas Female Player of the Year honor. PERSONAL: Alexander is the daughter of Greg and Mary Alexander... has a younger sister, Jessica... majoring in general studies.

Singles Year Overall Tourn. 2006-07 22-11 10-3 2007-08 21-14 8-6 2008-09 8-5 5-3 Fall 2009 8-4 8-4 Totals 59-34 31-16

Dual 12-8 13-8 3-2 -- 28-18

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Doubles Year Overall Tourn. Dual 2006-07 19-5 2-2 17-3 2007-08 28-10 8-6 20-4 2008-09 11-4 7-2 4-2 Fall 2009 8-2 8-2 -Totals 64-21 25-12 41-9

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Babanova

Junior | Right-Handed | 5-3 | Moscow, Russia (School. No. 712) FALL 2009 (JUNIOR): Recorded a 3-5 singles ledger, playing in three tournaments... opened the schedule with a pair of wins at the Racquet Club College Invitational against players from North Texas and Abilene Christian... also garnered a victory over a Rice Owl at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships in Waco, Texas... enjoyed a 4-4 doubles record for the semester, highlighted by a 3-2 clip with Megan Alexander... the duo snared a couple of wins of teams from Stephen F. Austin and Texas. 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE): Tallied a 13-9 overall singles record and a spring ledger of 6-6, playing primarily from the Nos. 5 and 6 positions... earned wins in her last three matches... delivered the match-clinching point against No. 24 Texas A&M, No. 48 Pepperdine and Air Force... enjoyed a overall doubles record of 22-9, including a 8-4 clip with partner Gaby Mastromarino from the No. 3 spot in the spring... was 5-1 against MWC opponents... completed the fall semester with a 7-3 singles record... defeated No. 119 Jessi Robinson from Duke at the Bulldog Invitational in straight sets...topped all three opponents at the Rainbow Wahine Invitation in Honolulu... advanced to the singles consolation draw quarterfinals at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships...went 10-3 in doubles action, including a 9-3 clip with partner Nina Munch-Soegaard... the duo won three matches to advance to the doubles main draw semifinals at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... also entered the third round of prequalifying at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships, taking down pairings from Virginia and Florida. 2007-08 (FRESHMAN): Posted an overall singles record of 12-4... tallied a 6-1 dualmatch record at the No. 6 position, including a perfect 4-0 mark in MWC play... all six wins in the spring came in straight sets... went 20-6 in doubles play overall in 2007-08... earned an 18-4 doubles mark during the spring, including a perfect 10-0 mark with partner Nina Munch-Soegaard... recorded a singles mark of 6-3 during the fall... won three matches over opponents from Oklahoma, Washington and UC-Irvine to claim the flight No. 3 singles title at the SDSU Fall Classic II... teamed up with Idunn Hertzberg for a 2-2 doubles record... duo won two matches in the doubles flight No. 2 consolation round to reach the championship match at the SDSU Fall Classic II. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Won the singles and doubles titles at the Houston Corpus Christi USTA Texas Super Champ events... also grabbed the doubles championship at the Austin event... tallied a singles record of 19-2 in the spring of 2006 at the USTA Texas Super Champ events... recorded an undefeated mark of 10-0 in doubles play... achieved a career high combined ITF Junior ranking of No. 403. PERSONAL: Babanova is the daughter of Viktor and Marina... has an older sister, Natalia (27)... majoring in business at TCU... enjoys skiing and skating in her spare time.

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Sophomore | Right-Handed | 5-6 | Winston-Salem, North Carolina (Statesville Christian) • All-MWC Singles Team (2009) • All-MWC Doubles Team (2009) FALL 2009 (SOPHOMORE): Paced the Frogs with a 13-6 singles record for the semester... tallied a 6-4 ledger against nationally-ranked opponents...upended No. 19 Ellah Nze from Duke in straight sets at the Duke Tennis Center during the UNC-Kitty Harrison Invitational... also toppled No. 32 Taylor Ormond from Baylor and No. 54 Emily Fraser of Virginia...went 9-3 in doubles action... advanced to the semifinals of the Wilson/ ITA Texas Regional Championships... teamed up with Megan Alexander for a 5-0 doubles record to win the doubles crown at the Racquet Club Invitational in Midland, Texas, defeating tandems from UT Arlington, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Rice and Boise State... joined Katariina Tuohimaa for a 4-3 ledger in the fall, as the duo finished the tournament season with three-straight wins, higlighted by an 8-1 decision over the No. 21 pairing of Marable/Bartlett from Princeton. 2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Led TCU with an overall singles record of 27-7 and enjoyed the most wins in the spring with a 17-10 clip from the No. 3, 4 and 5 positions... tied former Frogs Paty Alburto, Rene Simpson and Daria Zoldakova for the second-most wins in a single season by a freshman at TCU (27), falling one victory shy of Lucie Dvorakova’s 28win total (1996)... ended the spring schedule on an 11-match winning streak... earned AllMWC singles honors as the only TCU player to boast a perfect 8-0 record against the league... added wins in the first and second rounds of the NCAA Regionals against No. 38 Tulsa and No. 14 Arkansas, respectively... also led the Frogs with five match-clinching points during the spring, putting away N.C. State, Utah (twice), New Mexico and Tulsa... Duncan secured an overall doubles record of 24-10... also garnered All-MWC doubles accolades alongside partner Katariina Tuohimaa... duo posted an overall spring record of 14-8, while going 6-1 ledger against the league... helped garner the doubles point in the first round of the NCAA Regionals against No. 38 Tulsa... the pairing ended the spring schedule on a seven-match winning streak... named TCU Female Student-Athlete of the Week on Feb. 9... exploded onto the collegiate scene with a 10-1 record in singles play during the fall... tallied the third-most wins of the fall schedule... her only loss of the semester came at the hands of No. 116 Morgan Frank from Texas A&M at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships...Duncan would bounce back to win five straight to take the Consolation Draw Singles crown...topped players from Baylor, LSU, Texas Tech and UTA... turned in a 8-2 doubles record...alongside partner Gaby Mastromarino, the tandem swept through the Bulldog Invitational with four wins over teams from Wake Forest, Indiana and Virginia...the duo advanced into the round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: At Reynolds High School, Duncan was a doubles finalist at the state championship her freshman year and won the state doubles title her sophomore season...also named the team MVP both seasons...helped lead Statesville Christian to the 2A state title in 2007...was an All-State selection as a senior, sophomore and freshman...claimed the USTA Southern Girls’ 18 Doubles title with partner Whitney Kay in Little Rock, Ark...also competed in the singles portion of the tournament, winning three matches...defeated No. 17 Rachael Hart by a score of 6-3, 7-5 in the consolation bracket...won the 16’s Intersectional on the USTA Southern section team, defeating Southern California in the finals. PERSONAL: Duncan is the daughter of Gerry and Karen Duncan...has two younger sisters, Hannah (16) and Isabel (11)...her mother, Karen, played tennis at Purdue University.... plans to study neuroscience and attend medical school.

Singles Year Overall Tourn. Dual 2008-09 27-7 10-1 17-6 Fall 2009 13-6 13-6 -- Totals 40-13 23-7 17-6

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Junior | Right-Handed | 5-7 | Oslo, Norway (Wang) • All-MWC Doubles Team (2008) FALL 2009 (JUNIOR): Recorded a 3-8 singles record, playing in three tournaments... picked up some momentum at the UNC-Kitty Harrison Invitational, defeating players from Virginia Tech and North Carolina State... went 1-2 in doubles action alongside Maria Babanova... the duo took down a team from Minnesota at the UNC-Kitty Harrison Invitational. 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE): Finished the season with an overall singles record of 22-12, the third-most wins on the squad, including a spring clip of 14-9... posted win streaks of six and four matches during the spring... enjoyed a 7-1 ledger against the MWC... delivered the clinching victory at No. 29 San Diego State... boasted an overall doubles mark of 11-6, including a 5-3 spring record in limited action... teamed up with Nina Munch-Soegaard to garner a doubles victory against No. 14 Arkansas in the second round of the NCAA Regionals... named TCU Female Student-Athlete of the Month for March... enjoyed a strong fall season with an 8-3 singles record, fourth-most on the team... topped players from Duke and Indiana at the Bulldog Invitational... defeated all three opponents at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational hosted by Hawaii... fell in the consolation draw semifinals at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... compiled a 5-3 doubles record with partner Katariina Tuohimaa... defeated pairings from Georgia and Wake Forest at the Bulldog Invite... advanced to the round of 16 in main draw doubles at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships, picking up a pair of wins over Texas State and UTEP. 2007-08 (FRESHMAN): Tallied the second-most wins on the team with an overall singles record of 22-11 and a spring record of 17-6 playing at the No. 5 and No. 6 positions... posted a 7-2 singles mark in MWC play... earned All-MWC honors in doubles play with partner Katariina Tuohimaa after recording a perfect mark of 8-0 in league play at the top two positions... compiled an overall doubles record of 20-8 in 2007-08 and a 16-4 mark during the spring... notched a singles record of 5-5 in the fall... won two matches over Monica Wiesner of San Diego and Julia Trunk of San Diego State to advance the final round of the singles flight No. 1 at the SDSU Fall Classic II... earned two wins in the consolation round at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... went 4-4 overall in doubles play with Maria Babanova and Andrea Morgado... won two matches with Babanova to advance to the doubles flight No. 2 consolation championship at the SDSU Fall Classic II... teamed up with Morgado to defeat Houston’s duo of Starratt and Wasson at the Baylor Intercollegiate. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Won the 2006 Norwegian Open Championship... claimed the 2005 ITF Junior Oslo Outdoor event championship... singles finalist at the 2006 ITF Junior Oslo Indoor event... member of the 2006 and 2007 Norwegian Federation Cup team... competed in the World Group in Turkey in 2005 and in Africa in 2006 with the Norwegian Federation Cup team... achieved a career high WTA ranking of No. 944 and an ITF Juniors career combined ranking of No. 229. PERSONAL: Hertzberg is the daughter of Jens and Monique... currently a movement science major.

Singles Year 2007-08 2008-09 Fall 2009 Totals

Overall Tourn. Dual 22-11 5-5 17-7 22-12 8-3 14-9 3-8 3-8 -- 47-31 16-16 31-16

Doubles Year Overall Tourn. Dual 2007-08 20-8 4-4 16-4 2008-09 11-6 6-3 5-3 Fall 2009 1-2 1-2 -- Totals 32-16 11-9 21-7

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Mastromarino

Sophomore | Right-Handed | 5-11 | Tequesta, Florida (Jupiter) 2008-09 (FRESHMAN) Posted an overall singles record of 18-14, including a 12-12 mark during the spring schedule... played in all but the top two spots... delivered the matchclinching victory against Wyoming and Colorado State... six of her final seven wins were in straight sets... had an overall doubles record of 19-9, including a 11-7 clip during the spring... enjoyed a 8-4 doubles ledger with partner Maria Babanova from the No. 3 position... the tandem ended the season on a four-match winning streak together... had an impressive start to her collegiate career, opening with a 6-2 singles record in the fall...defeated players from Georgia and Wake Forest at the Bulldog Invitational...defeated a Texas player to advance to the round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships...turned in a 8-2 doubles record...alongside partner Kayla Duncan, the swept through the Bulldog Invitational with four wins over teams from Wake Forest, Indiana and Virginia...the duo advanced into the round of 16 at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Played her prep career at Jupiter High for head coach Cathy Scalese...ranked as high as No. 14 in the state of Florida... selected to Florida State Zone all-star team.... awarded academic FHSAA Lamp of Knowledge in 2004...awarded Warrior Head in 2008, and Inducted to Warrior “Wall of Fame” in 2007. PERSONAL: Mastromarino is the daughter of Tom and Julie Mastromarino...has an older sister, Jennifer (29), and a younger brother, Eric (14)...is a double major in psychology and criminal justice at TCU... her father was a Division II All-American at Mount St. Mary’s University in 1981...he is a 5-time national singles champion, and 4-time national doubles champion and was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Mount St. Mary’s in 1992.

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Munch-Soegaard Senior | Left-Handed | 5-7 | Amarillo, Texas (Home-Schooled) • ITA Singles All-American (2009) • All-MWC Singles Team (2007, 2008) • ITA Southwest Region Player to Watch (2008) • Texas Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame Player of the Year (2007, 2008) • MWC Freshman of the Year (2007) 2008-2009 (JUNIOR): Singles All-American... dismantled five straight nationallyranked opponents to open the season... ranked as high as No. 6 in the country before finishing the year at No. 22... the No. 22 listing is the fourth-best finish by Horned Frog in program history... has now earned final rankings in all three seasons as a Horned Frog... earned an overall singles record of 18-9 after going 5-4 at the top position during the spring... all nine spring decisions came against ranked opponents... became the fourth singles All-American in TCU history, joining Nicole Leimbach (2006), Story Tweedie-Yates (2005) and Rene Simpson (1988)... her biggest wins came against 2008 NCAA Singles Champion No. 11 Amanda McDowell from Georgia Tech and No. 6 Fani Chifchieva from Auburn... entered the NCAA Singles Championships as the No. 16 national seed... fell to No. 17 Laura Gioia in opening round... garnered a 17-6 overall doubles record after going 7-3 during the spring with four different partners and playing in all three positions... teamed up with Macall Harkins to defeat No. 33 Berkeley Brock and Lenka Hojckova from N.C. State... alongside Idunn Hertzberg, the duo helped clinch the doubles point over No. 14 Arkansas with a win in the second round of the NCAA Regionals... Paired up with Maria Babanova to take down tandems from Auburn, Miami, Baylor and Florida State... led the team in the fall with a 13-5 record in singles action, including a 12-match winning streak from 10/9 to 11/7... earned an ITA preseason ranking of No. 47... became the first Horned Frog to advance to the semifinals in singles action at the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships at Boar’s Head Sports Club in Charlottesville, Va... upended 2008 NCAA Singles Champion No. 3 Amanda McDowell of Georgia Tech in the opening round...followed by taking down No. 30 Samantha Murray of Northwestern and No. 70 Maria Sanchez from Southern Cal before falling to No. 1 Aurelija Miseviciute from Arkansas in the semifinals... named TCU Female Student-Athlete of the Week on Feb. 2... claimed back-to-back MWC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week nods in February... crowned Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Singles champion after taking down No. 34 Taylor Ormond from Baylor in the finals...On her way to the title, she also dismantled No. 15 Megan Falcon of LSU and No. 27 Csilla Borsanyi of Baylor in straight sets... earned TCU Female Athlete of the Week and Female Athlete of the Month accolades after her regional performance... went 10-3 in doubles action, including a 9-3 clip with partner Maria Babanova... the duo won three matches to advance to the doubles main draw semifinals at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... also entered the third round of prequalifying at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships, taking down pairings from Virginia and Florida. 2007-08 (SOPHOMORE): Led the team for the second consecutive year with an overall record of 26-11... posted a spring mark of 16-8 at the top singles position... defeated nine ranked opponents during the season, including No. 11 Melanie Gloria of Fresno State... earned All-MWC singles honors after posting a 6-3 record in league play... named the MWC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week on March 6 after defeating two ranked opponents in singles play and a ranked doubles duo... reached as high as No. 55 in the ITA national rankings... added a win over No. 98 Alexandra Kichoutkin in the opening round of the NCAA Regionals... named first alternate to the NCAA Singles Championships... registered an overall doubles record of 18-11 and a dual mark of 17-8... posted a perfect 10-0 record with partner Maria Babanova, including a victory in the first round of the NCAA Regionals against Tulsa... led the team in the fall with a 10-3 singles record... won five matches to claim the singles title at The Racquet Club Invitational in Midland, Texas... defeated No. 38 Sylvia Kosakowski of Pepperdine in the championship... reached the semifinals of the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships... defeated opponents from Texas, Texas Tech, SMU and Texas A&M... won nine consecutive matches during the two tournaments... downed No. 120 Megan Fudge of Illinois at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships... earned a preseason singles ranking of No. 78... teamed up with Kewa Nichols for a 1-3 doubles record... duo blanked North Texas pair in the opening round of the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships.

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2006-07 (FRESHMAN): Named the MWC Freshman of the Year... Earned AllMWC singles honors... Posted a 21-6 dual match singles record playing at the top three positions... Went 8-2 in MWC play... Defeated four nationally ranked opponents in the spring... Began collegiate career with three wins at the USTA/ITA National Team Women’s Indoor Championships... Knocked off No. 19 Katrina Tsang of North Carolina and No. 57 Taka Bertrand of Vanderbilt at the tournament... Defeated No. 36 Elze Potgieter of Texas A&M, 6-1, 6-4... Entered the Fila/ITA collegiate rankings on Feb. 21 with a season-high ranking of No. 60... Remained in the polls throughout the season... Won nine out of 10 matches from March 19 through April 15... Named the TCU Female Athlete of the Week on April 16, after clinching the match against Wyoming to capture the MWC regular season title... Ended the season playing at the No. 1 singles position, posting a 4-2 record... Notched an overall singles record of 24-8 for the year... The 24 wins ties for fourth among freshmen dating back to 1993... Compiled a doubles dual match record of 19-9 playing mostly at the top two positions... Teamed up with Kewa Nichols for an 11-5 mark... Named the MWC Player of the Week on March 1... Went 3-2 in the fall at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships in singles action... Paired with Kewa Nichols for a 2-1 record at the Southwest Regional in doubles... Defeated pair from Houston and LSU before falling to top-ranked tandem from Texas A&M in the round of 16. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Was coached by her father Jan Munch-Soegaard, a tennis pro... Was home schooled so spent her prep career playing in tournaments... Played in the Federation Cup for Norway in Turkey in 2006... Competed at No. 2 and No. 1 doubles and did not lose a match... Was ranked as high No. 539 on the WTA tour during the summer of 2006 in singles... Ranked No. 645 in doubles... In juniors in 2005, won an ITF singles event in Kramfors, Sweden and reached the finals of the singles in an Oslo, Norway event... Won two doubles ITF events in Norway and Finland... Claimed the 2005 Norwegian Championships in singles and doubles... On the Pro Tour (WTA) in the summer of 2006, reached the quarterfinals in a Fort Worth, Texas, tournament... Also reached the doubles finals at a tournament in Southlake, Texas... Advanced to the semis of a tournament in Edmond, Okla. PERSONAL: Munch-Soegaard is the daughter of Jan and Melisa... has Norwegian and American dual citizenship... has a younger sibling, Thea... father played tennis at Murray State... majoring in nutrition at TCU.

Singles Year Overall 2006-07 24-8 2007-08 26-11 2008-09 18-8 Totals 81-32

Tourn. 3-2 10-3 13-5 26-10

Dual 21-6 16-8 5-3 42-17

#1 4-2 16-8 5-3 25-13

Doubles Year Overall Tourn. Dual 2006-07 21-10 2-1 19-9 2007-08 18-11 1-3 17-8 2008-09 17-6 10-3 7-3 Totals 56-27 13-7 43-20

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Sophomore | Right-Handed | 5-6 | New Delhi, India (Univ. of New Delhi) HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Experienced success on the international level... the righthander reached high positions of No. 623 in singles and No. 891 in doubles in the WTF world rankings in spring 2009... reached the quarterfinals of the 2008 ITF $25k Pune, defeating players ranked at 256 and 662 along the way... advanced to the semifinals of the 2008 ITF $10k Kochi... was a finalist at the 2007 AITA Grass Court Nationals in Kolkata... named All India Inter University winner in 2008, while also claiming an All India women’s event in 2007. PERSONAL: Sahoo is the daughter of BC and Mandakini Sahoo... she has one brother, Sabyasachi ... majoring in sociology.

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Katariina

Tuohimaa

Junior | Right-Handed | 6-0 | Helsinki, Finland (Mäkelänrinne) • All-MWC Singles Team (2008, 2009) • All-MWC Doubles Team (2008, 2009) FALL 2009 (JUNIOR): Went 3-4 in singles action for the fall semester, appearing in two tournaments... picked up a win against a player from Sam Houston State at the Wilson/ ITA Texas Regional Championships... defeated players from Minnesota and Virginia Tech at the UNC-Kitty Harrison Invitational... joined Kayla Duncan for a 4-3 doubles ledger, as the duo finished the tournament season with three-straight wins, higlighted by an 8-1 decision over the No. 21 pairing of Marable/Bartlett from Princeton. 2008-09 (SOPHOMORE): Recorded a 21-14 overall singles record, including a 16-9 clip during the spring... played primarily in the No. 2 and 3 positions... earned All-MWC singles honors after going 6-1 during the league in the regular season... delivered the match-clinching victory against Florida State, BYU, Colorado State and over UNLV in the MWC Championships final... enjoyed an eight-match winning streak from Mar. 27-April 25... secured an overall doubles record of 21-13... also garnered All-MWC doubles accolades alongside partner Kayla Duncan... duo posted an overall spring record of 14-8, while going 6-1 ledger against the league... helped garner the doubles point in the first round of the NCAA Regionals against No. 38 Tulsa... the pairing ended the spring schedule on a sevenmatch winning streak... selected TCU Female Student-Athlete of the Week on April 13 and TCU Scholar-Athlete of the Month for April... named MWC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week on April 15... finished the fall schedule with a 5-5 record in singles play...took down No. 125 Mariaryeni Gutierrez from Lamar University during the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships...enjoyed a 5-3 doubles record with partner Idunn Hertzberg... defeated pairings from Georgia and Wake Forest at the Bulldog Invite... advanced to the round of 16 in main draw doubles at the Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Championships, picking up a pair of wins over Texas State and UTEP. 2008 (FRESHMAN): Led the team in the spring with a 21-4 singles record at the No. 3, 4 and 5 positions... earned All-MWC singles honors after posting a 7-1 record... won nine consecutive matches during the spring season, and ended the year on a six-match win streak... posted the only singles victory in the finals of the MWC Championships against UNLV... added a win in the opening round of the NCAA Regionals against Tulsa... also garnered All-MWC doubles accolades with partner Idunn Hertzberg.... TCU duo posted a perfect 8-0 mark in league play at the top two positions. HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIORS: Claimed the Oslo Indoor tournament title in 2005... played in the Fed Cup for Finland and competed at Junior Wimbledon and the Junior U.S. Open in 2006... won five ITF Circuit doubles titles and also advanced to the singles finals of the ITF Women’s Circuit in Ramat Hasharon, Israel... holds a career-high WTA singles ranking of No. 730 and a career-high doubles ranking of No. 481... has earned a career-high ITF Juniors combined ranking of No. 113. PERSONAL: Tuohimaa is the daughter of Outi and Harrei Tuohimaa... she has one brother, Lauri, and one sister, Kaara.... her brother plays hockey at Clarkson... she is majoring in public relations.

Singles Year Overall Tourn. Dual 2007-08 21-4 0-0 21-4 2008-09 21-14 5-5 16-9 Fall 2009 3-4 3-4 -- Totals 45-22 8-9 37-13

#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 -- -- 6-1 10-1 5-2 -3-0 5-4 6-4 2-1 -- --- -- -- -- -- -3-0 5-4 12-5 12-2 5-2 --

Doubles Year Overall Tourn. Dual 2007-08 16-9 0-0 16-9 2008-09 21-13 6-3 15-10 Fall 2009 4-3 4-3 -- Totals 41-25 10-6 31-19

#1 #2 #3 4-0 12-9 -2-0 10-8 3-2 -- -- -6-0 22-17 3-2

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2009-10 woMEN’S Roster Name Megan Alexander Maria Babanova Kayla Duncan Idunn Hertzberg Gaby Mastromarino Nina Munch-Soegaard Shalini Sahoo Katariina Tuohimaa

Class-Exp. Sr.-TR Jr.-2L So.-1L Jr.-2L So.-1L Sr.-3L So.-TR Jr.-2L

Height 5-6 5-3 5-7 5-7 5-11 5-7 5-6 6-0

R/L R R R R R L R R

Hometown (Previous School) Dallas, Texas (Spring Creek Academy/Florida) Moscow, Russia (School No. 712) Winston-Salem, N.C. (Statesville Christian) Oslo, Norway (Wang) Tequesta, Fla. (Jupiter) Amarillo, Texas (Home schooled) New Delhi, India (Univ. of New Delhi) Helsinki, Finland (Mäkelänrinne)

Head Coach: Jefferson Hammond (Vermont, 1993) -- Fourth season as head coach at TCU, sixth year overall Assistant Coach: Sarah Gray (Texas A&M, 2007) -- First season at TCU Volunteer Asst. Coach: Anna Lubinsky (Texas A&M, 2007) -- Second season at TCU

2009 fall SINGLES STATISTICS Player Megan Alexander Maria Babanova Kayla Duncan Idunn Hertzberg Gaby Mastromarino Nina Munch-Soegaard Shalini Sahoo Katariina Tuohimaa

#1 - - - - - - - -

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#4 - - - - - - - -

#5 - - - - - - - -

#3 - - - -

#6 - - - - - - - -

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Tourney 8-4 3-5 13-6 3-8 - - - 3-4

Tourney 3-2 5-0 1-2 4-3

Overall 8-4 3-5 13-6 3-8 - - - 3-4

Overall 3-2 5-0 1-2 4-3

Ranked 1-2 6-4 0-1

Ranked 1-0 0-1


History

History

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2009 Season Review........................................................... 44-47 Yearly Results...............................................................................48-51 All-Time Series Results........................................................ 52-54 Coaching History................................................................................ 55 Individual Honors/All-Americans................................. 56-57

Records

All-Time Tournament Results.......................................... 58-59 Final Rankings/Individual Records..................................... 60 All-Time Standings............................................................................ 61 All-Time Letterwinners.................................................................. 62 TCU Compliance................................................................................ 63 Media Information............................................................................. 64

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2009 Season Review For head coach Jefferson Hammond and the TCU women’s tennis team, the 2009 season was a year of milestones. The Horned Frogs reached individual and team benchmarks on the way to earning a bid to their sixth-consecutive and 12th overall trip to the NCAA Tournament while claiming the Mountain West Conference tournament title. TCU finished the season ranked No. 29 in the Campbell’s/ITA Collegiate Tennis Rankings after posting a 17-11 overall record, advancing to the second round of the NCAA Regionals in Fayetteville, Ark. TCU has now finished the year ranked in the top-30 eight times since 2000. With the No. 29 ranking, the Frogs spent the final seven weeks ranked inside the top-30, sitting as high as No. 21 during the season. Eight of the Frogs’ 2009 opponents finished in the top-25. The Horned Frogs entered the season with a preseason ranking of No. 25 in Hammond’s third season as head coach, as the Frogs’ kicked off the schedule in Virginia to the No. 41 Virginia Cavaliers. The women dropped the match, 3-4, but rebounded nicely a day later at No. 22 William & Mary with a dominating 6-1 victory. TCU continued its road trip to Atlanta, Ga., for the opening stages of the ITA National Indoor Team Championships, challenging host No. 8 Georgia Tech. After dropping the doubles point, the Frogs fell to the Jackets, 5-2, despite junior Nina Munch-Soegaard toppling 2008 NCAA Singles Champion, Amanda McDowell in an epic battle between two of the game’s finest, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4. After defeating No. 20 Florida State to end the road trip, the Frogs came to Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center to host No. 25 Auburn in the home opener. With a 3-1 advantage, TCU saw it’s lead dwindle to a 3-3 tie with the match resting in the No. 1 singles court. MunchSoegaard had to force the match into a third-set tiebreaker to take down No. 6 Fani Chifchieva, 3-6, 6-1, 7-6 (6). With a 6-1 win against North Carolina State on Feb. 21, the next test for TCU appeared in the form of No. 10 Miami. The Frogs’ took the doubles point, but followed by dropping all six singles matches against the Hurricanes to fall, 6-1. The loss would be followed by a pair of 4-3 defeats at Texas Tech and against Alabama.

Looking for a way to turn the season around, the Purple and White limped into College Station with a 4-5 record, looking to upend No. 24 Texas A&M on their own court. After winning the doubles point, the former Southwest Conference foes traded singles wins before arriving at a 3-3 cinch with all eyes on the No. 6 court. With the match in her hands, sophomore Maria Babanova clinched the match in a tough battle against Ashley Turpin, 7-6 (2), 6-7 (5), 7-6 (4). “It was the third time at that point in the season that the match came down to a tiebreaker in the third set of the deciding match,” Hammond said. “It was exciting to say the least, the Frogs fought hard across the board. Maria stepped up, kept the greatest attitude and brought it home for the Frogs. It was a match we will always remember.” The Frogs would return home to take on Big 10 powerhouse Michigan on March 8, riding the momentum from the Texas A&M victory. Again, the match would come down to the final court with the tally at 3-3, but Babanova could not pull off the win, handing the Purple and White another 4-3 defeat. “We came out prepared, played a really nice match and fell just short,” Hammond said. “It’s the fourth match we have lost this season, 4-3, where it has been really tight at the end.” TCU stumbled into MWC play with a 6-8 overall record, but because of the high level of non-conference competition, retained a national ranking of No. 32. The team headed out west to split the weekend with against No. 29 San Diego State and No. 71 UNLV. The women would then return home to cruise to victories over No. 49 Utah, No. 57 BYU and New Mexico, before traveling to Albuquerque, N.M. to dominate Air Force, Wyoming and Colorado State. With the 7-0 win against CSU, Hammond achieved his first career benchmark total for wins, claiming his 50th career victory . After claiming the final six MWC matches, the Frogs’ entered the MWC Championships with a 7-1 record against the league. Since joining the league in 2005-06, the Purple and White have gone 30-2 vs. the MWC during the regular season.

Anna Sydorska earned sole possession of the TCU career doubles record, ending her career with an overall record of 106-43, while also ranking fifth in combined wins, going 179-87 in singles and doubles for TCU.

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Junior Nina Munch-Soegaard was named a 2009 ITA Singles All-American.

in the 2008 Waco Regional. After snarring the doubles point, Harkins, Hertzberg and Duncan sealed the victory with singles wins.

Prior to the begining of the MWC Championships, TCU was decorated with postseason honors from the league, including Hammond earning Coach of the Year accolades for the second-straight season.

The Purple and White narrowly missed a chance to advance to the NCAA Sweet 16, falling the Arkansas, 4-3, in the second round of the NCAA Regionals.

Harkins, Duncan and Tuohimaa each earned All-MWC Singles considerations, while Duncan and Tuohimaa also garnered doubles honors.

Munch-Soegaard earned All-America status, claiming a top-16 seeding in the NCAA Singles Championships, while the duo of Harkins and Sydorska earned an at-large bid to compete in the NCAA Doubles Bracket.

TCU was welcomed as the No. 2 seed for the 2009 MWC Championships, hosted by New Mexico at the Jerry Cline Tennis Center. After tearing through Colorado State, 4-0, and Utah, 4-1, the Frogs were met by the only league opponent to defeat them during the regular season, UNLV.

While Munch-Soegaard fell in the opening round to Furman, the doubles tandem defeated Florida in the first round and advanced to the round of 16 for the second-straight year, losing a tight match to Clemson.

The Frogs’ captured their second tournament championship in four years since joining the league in 2006 with a 4-1 decision over the Runnin’ Rebels, going 10-1 overall against the conference in 2009.

Sydorska earned sole possession of the TCU career doubles record, ending her career with an overall record of 106-43, while also ranking fifth in combined wins, going 179-87 in singles and doubles for TCU.

With the MWC Tournament crown, TCU claimed the second seed in the NCAA Fayetteville Regional, alongside host No. 1 Arkansas, No. 3 Tulsa and No. 4 Oral Roberts.

TCU concluded the 2009 season with a final ranking of No. 29 with Munch-Soegaard and Harkins finishing with singles rankings of No. 22 and 88, respectively, and Harkins and Sydorska ending the year at No. 31.

In the opening round of the Regional, the Frogs’ took down No. 36 Tulsa with a 4-1 defeat, avenging their defeat to the Golden Hurricane

Final Team Rankings

1. Duke 2. Northwestern 3. Georgia 4. California 5. Notre Dame 6. Baylor 7. Miami (Fla.) 8. Georgia Tech 9. Southern California 10. Tennessee -------------------------------------------29. TCU

Final Singles Rankings

1. Mallory Cecil (Duke) 2. Maria Mosolova (Northwestern) 3. Aurelija Miseviciute (Arkansas) 4. Ani Mijacika (Clemson) 5. Julia Cohen (Miami (Fla.)) 6. Chelsey Gullickson (Georgia) 7. Marrit Boonstra (Florida) 8. Jana Juricova (California) 9. Hilary Barte (Stanford) 10. Laura Vallverdu (Miami (Fla.)) ----------------------------------------------22. Nina Munch-Soegaard (TCU) 88. Macall Harkins (TCU)

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Final Doubles Rankings

1. Kucerkova/Petukhova (Fresno State) 2. Tefft/Frilling (Notre Dame) 3. Andersson/Juricova (California) 4. Burdette/Barte (Stanford) 5. Remnyse/Schnack (UCLA) 6. Grabinski/Marand (North Carolina) 7. Gullickson/Gilchrist (Georgia) 8. Whoriskey/Pluskota (Tennessee) 9. Broosova/Borsanyi (Baylor) 10. Fink/Niculescu (Southern California) --------------------------------------------------31. Harkins/Sydorska (TCU)

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2009 Season Review 2009 Team Results DATE Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 31 Feb. 01 Feb. 08 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 March 06 March 08 March 12 March 14 March 18 March 27 March 28 April 03 April 04 April 05 April 09 April 10 April 10 April 17 April 23 April 24 April 25 May 09 May 10

OPPONENT at #41 Virginia at #22 William and Mary at #8 Georgia Tech vs #20 Florida State #25 AUBURN #62 NC STATE #10 MIAMI at Texas Tech #63 ALABAMA at #24 Texas A&M #19 MICHIGAN at #37 Fresno State at #48 Pepperdine at #24 SMU at #29 San Diego State vs #71 UNLV #49 UTAH #57 BYU NEW MEXICO vs Air Force vs Wyoming vs Colorado State #5 BAYLOR vs Colorado State vs #67 Utah vs #42 UNLV vs #36 Tulsa vs #14 Arkansas

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2009 Individual Results SINGLES Overall Dual Tour MWC 1 2 3 4 5 6 vs. Nat’l Streak Last10 Maria Babanova 13-9 6-6 7-3 3-2 --- --- --- --- 0-1 6-5 1-1 W 3 4-4 Kayla Duncan 27-7 17-6 10-1 9-0 --- 5-3 7-1 3-1 1-1 1-0 1-3 W 11 8-0 Macall Harkins 26-14 15-10 11-4 7-1 9-5 6-5 --- --- --- --- 11-9 W 5 8-2 Idunn Hertzberg 22-12 14-9 8-3 7-3 --- --- 2-0 2-1 8-5 2-3 0-1 L 1 5-4 Gaby Mastromarino 18-14 12-12 6-2 6-4 --- --- 1-1 5-7 3-2 3-2 0-0 L 2 4-3 Nina Munch-Soegaard 18-8 5-3 13-5 0-0 5-3 --- --- --- --- --- 12-8 L 3 4-3 Anna Sydorska 10-15 5-10 5-5 5-1 --- --- 0-3 1-3 3-3 1-1 0-4 L 1 5-5 Katariina Tuohimaa 21-14 16-9 5-5 9-1 3-0 5-4 6-4 2-1 --- --- 2-6 L 1 7-1 Totals 156-93 93-65 65-28 47-12 17-8 15-12 16-9 12-13 14-12 14-10 26-33 Percentage .627 .589 .699 .797 .680 .556 .640 .480 .538 .583 .441 DOUBLES Overall Dual Tour MWC 1 2 3 Nat’l Streak Last10 Macall Harkins/Anna Sydorska 24-13 14-8 10-5 5-1 14-8 --- --- 7-8 W 7 9-1 Gaby Mastromarino/Nina Munch-Soegaard 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 --- 2-2 --- 0-0 W 1 2-2 Kayla Duncan/Katariina Tuohimaa 14-8 13-8 1-0 6-1 1-0 9-6 3-2 0-3 W 5 7-3 Maria Babanova/Nina Munch-Soegaard 12-4 3-1 9-3 0-1 --- 2-0 1-1 1-2 L 1 3-1 Macall Harkins/Nina Munch-Soegaard 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 --- --- 1-0 W 1 1-0 Maria Babanova/Gaby Mastromarino 8-4 8-4 0-0 4-1 --- --- 8-4 0-0 W 4 6-4 Maria Babanova/Idunn Hertzberg 1-1 1-1 0-0 1-0 --- --- 1-1 0-0 W 1 1-1 Kayla Duncan/Macall Harkins 2-0 2-0 0-0 2-0 2-0 --- --- 0-0 W 2 2-0 Idunn Hertzberg/Katariina Tuohimaa 6-5 1-2 5-3 1-1 --- 1-2 --- 0-2 L 1 1-2 Gaby Mastromarino/Anna Sydorska 2-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 0-1 1-0 --- 0-0 L 1 1-1 Idunn Hertzberg/Anna Sydorska 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 --- 1-0 --- 0-0 W 1 1-0 Anna Sydorska/Katariina Tuohimaa 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 --- --- 0-0 W 1 1-0 Kayla Duncan/Idunn Hertzberg 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 --- 1-0 --- 0-0 W 1 1-0 Idunn Hertzberg/Nina Munch-Soegaard 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 --- --- 1-0 0-0 W 1 1-0 Totals 76-38 51-28 26-11 24-7 18-9 16-10 15-9 9-15 Percentage .667 .646 .703 .774 .667 .615 .625 .375

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2009 Season Review NCAA Regional Championships

Mountain West Championships

Fayetteville, Ark. | May 9-10, 2009

Albuquerque, N.M. | April 22-25, 2008

#28-2nd Seed TCU (17-10) def. #36-3rd Seed Tulsa (23-6), 4-1

FIRST ROUND #8 Wyoming def. #9 Air Force, 4-3

SINGLES 1. #16 Nina Munch-Soegaard (TCU) vs. Alex Kichoutkin (TU) 5-7, 6-3, 1-2, unf. 2. #90 Macall Harkins (TCU) def. Jie Zeng (TU) 6-1, 6-2 3. Katariina Tuohimaa (TCU) vs. Thalia Diaz-Barriga (TU) 6-3, 5-7, 0-1 unf. 4. Kayla Duncan (TCU) def. Anastasia Erofeeva (TU) 7-5, 6-4 5. Idunn Hertzberg (TCU) def. Rebecca Row (TU) 6-4, 6-4 6. Ewa Szatkowska (TU) def. Gaby Mastromarino (TCU) 6-2, 6-2 Order of Finish: 2, 6, 5, 4* DOUBLES 1. #39 Harkins/Sydorska (TCU) def. Marcinkowska/Diaz-Barriga (TU), 8-6 2. Duncan/Tuohimaa (TCU) def. Erofeeva/Zing (TU), 8-4 3. Hertzberg/Munch-Soegaard (TCU) vs. Kichoutkin/Row (TU), 8-8 unf. Order of Finish: 2, 1*

QUARTERFINALS #1 UNLV def. #8 Wyoming, 4-0 #2 TCU def. #7 Colorado State, 4-0 #5 New Mexico def. #4 BYU, 4-3 #6 Utah def. #3 San Diego State, 4-3 SEMIFINALS #1 UNLV def. #5 New Mexico, 4-1 #2 TCU def. #6 Utah, 4-1 CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH #2 TCU def. #1 UNLV, 4-1

#14-1st Seed Arkansas (15-7) def. #28-2nd Seed TCU (17-11), 4-3 SINGLES 1. #2 Aurelija Miseviciute (Ark) def. #16 Nina Munch-Soegaard (TCU), 6-2, 6-1 2. #90 Macall Harkins (TCU) def. #77 Anouk Tigu (Ark), 6-0, 6-2 3. Ela Kaluder (Ark) def. Katariina Tuohimaa (TCU), 7-5, 7-6 (6) 4. Kayla Duncan (TCU) def. Emily Carbone (Ark), 6-4, 6-3 5. Nanar Airapetian (Ark) def. Idunn Hertzberg (TCU), 4-6, 6-1, 6-2 6. Kate Lukomskaya (Ark) def. Gaby Mastromarino (TCU), 6-2, 6-3 Order of Finish: 1, 2, 6, 4, 5, 3* DOUBLES 1. #39 Harkins/Sydorska (TCU) def. #20 Airapetian/Tigu (Ark), 8-5 2. Duncan/Tuohimaa (TCU) vs. #45 Miseviciute/Kaluder (Ark), 5-7 unf. 3. Hertzberg/Munch-Soegaard (TCU) vs. Carbone/Lukomskaya (Ark), 8-5 Order of Finish: 2, 1* *Clinching point

NCAA Singles Championships College Station, Texas | May 20, 2009 ROUND OF 32 #17 Laura Gioia (Furman) def. #16 Nina Munch-Soegaard (TCU), 6-4, 6-1

NCAA Doubles Championships College Station, Texas | May 21-22, 2009 ROUND OF 32 #39 Harkins/Sydorska (TCU) def. #25 J. Alexander/Revzina (UF), 7-5, 7-6 (4)

Postseason Awards

All-MWC Singles Team *Kristina Doerr, Jr., BYU McCall Jones, Fr., BYU Laura Neal, Jr., Colorado State *Ola Abou-Zekry, Sr., New Mexico Mackenzie White, Sr., New Mexico Holly Bagshaw, Sr., San Diego State Kayla Duncan, Fr., TCU *Macall Harkins, Sr., TCU *Katariina Tuohimaa, So., TCU Nikol Dimitrova, Sr., UNLV * Kristina Nedeltcheva, Jr., UNLV Katy Williams, Sr., UNLV Anastasia Putilina, Fr., Utah Erin Monson, Jr., Utah Sarah Summerfield, Jr., Wyoming All-MWC Doubles Team McCall Jones/Kristina Doerr, BYU Megan Price/Elle Carney, BYU Ola Abou-Zekry/Emma Hayman, New Mexico Holly Bagshaw/Julia Trunk, San Diego State Katariina Tuohimaa/Kayla Duncan, TCU Kristina Nedeltcheva/Katy Williams, UNLV Erin Monson/Andrea Maughan, Utah

ROUND OF 16 #34 Bek/Hadziselimovic (Clem) def. #39 Harkins/Sydorska (TCU), 7-6 (5), 6-4

Player of the Year Ola Abou-Zekry, New Mexico Freshman of the Year McCall Jones, BYU Coach of the Year *Jefferson Hammond, TCU

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History Spring 1972 Coach: Janet Murphy — District @ Midwestern St. 2nd — Texas Wesleyan # W, 5-0 # Location unknown 1972-73 No records located 1973-74 No records located 1974-75 No records located 1975-76 (9-5-1) Coach: Kenny McMillian FALL (2-1) 10/15 Texas Wesleyan W, 5-2 10/22 SMU L, 0-8 11/8 Amarillo College W, 7-3 SPRING (7-4-1) 2/9 Austin College W, 9-0 2/12 Texas Woman’s W, 5-1 2/16 @ Odessa JC T, 3-3 2/16 vs. Texas-P.B. # L, 0-6 2/21 Texas A&M L, 4-5 2/23 McLennan JC W, 5-1 2/24 Midland JC — 2/25 Texas Wesleyan W, 5-1 3/1 @ SMU L, 1-10 3/3 North Texas State W, 9-2 3/4 East Texas State — 3/10 Baylor W, 10-0 3/15 @ LSU L, 1-8 3/16 @ Tulane W, 6-5 4/7 @ North Texas State — # Odessa, Texas 1976-77 (3-0) Coach: Debbie Highnote SPRING (3-0) 2/14 Austin College # W, 6-3 3/22 Oklahoma W, 6-3 3/24 @ Oklahoma City W, 9-0 # Location unknown 1977-78 (20-5) Coach: Dean White FALL (8-1) 9/27 Texas Wesleyan W, 6-0 9/29 North Texas State # W, 8-1 9/30 Texas Tech # W, 5-4 10/1 SMU # L, 2-7 10/14 @ Oklahoma City W, 9-0 10/18 Oklahoma City W, 9-0 10/25 Oklahoma City W, 9-0 11/5 @ Midwestern State W, 9-0 11/18 Texas Wesleyan W, 7-0 SPRING (12-4) 2/9 North Texas State W, 4-0 2/14 @ Texas A&M W, 6-3 2/16 @ SMU L, 2-7 2/23 Oklahoma W, 8-1 2/25 @ Texas Woman’s W, 9-0 3/1 @ Texas Wesleyan W, 9-0 3/3 vs. LSU % L, 2-7 3/4 @ Houston % W, 8-1 3/8 Colorado W, 8-1 4/3 Texas Wesleyan W, 9-0 4/11 @ Oklahoma W, 8-1 4/12 @ Oklahoma State W, 8-1 4/17 Tyler JC W, 6-3 5/15 vs. Texas A&M $ W, 9-0 5/15 vs. SMU $ L, 2-7 6/6 vs. Stanford & L, 3-6 # TCU Tournament % Houston Tri Match (Houston, Texas) $ SWAIAW Regional Championship (Monroe, La.) & AIAW National Championship (Baton Rouge, La.)

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1978-79 (23-8) Coach: Dean White Ranking: 17th AIAW FALL (3-0) — Texas Wesleyan # W, 10-0 — Oklahoma # W, 9-0 12/6 @ Dallas W, 5-1 SPRING (20-8) 2/2 vs. Tulane % W, 8-1 2/2 vs. Rice % W, 7-2 2/3 @ Houston % W, 5-3 — LSU L, 3-6 2/10 @ Texas L, 1-8 2/13 @ Tyler JC W, 9-0 2/15 Texas Wesleyan W, 7-0 2/22 vs. Texas Tech $ W, 9-0 3/3 @ Trinity L, 1-8 3/6 North Texas State W, 9-0 — Midland JC # W, 7-0 3/9 Miami (Fla.) L, 2-7 3/10 North Carolina W, 6-3 3/21 Texas Tech W, 8-1 3/22 Wisconsin W, 8-1 4/5 SMU L, 2-7 4/7 Oklahoma State W, 9-0 4/12 Texas A&M W, 9-0 — Lamar # W, 5-1 4/28 @ East Texas State W, 7-2 5/11 vs. Tulane & W, 9-0 5/11 vs. SMU & W, 6-3 5/12 @ LSU & L, 4-5 5/12 vs. Northeast La. & W, 7-2 6/4 vs. Washington ^ W, 9-0 6/5 vs. South Florida ^ L, 3-6 6/6 vs. Minnesota ^ W, 6-3 6/7 vs. South Carolina ^ L, 4-5 # Location unknown % Houston Quad Match $ Texas Intercollegiate Sectional (Beaumont, Texas) & SWAIAW Regional Championship (Baton Rouge, La.) ^ AIAW National Large College Championship (Iowa City, Iowa) 1979-80 (27-8) Coach: Betty Sue Wert Ranking: 15th AIAW FALL (4-1) 9/26 Texas Wesleyan W, 10-0 11/15 vs. Northeast La. # L, 4-5 11/15 vs. North Texas St. # W, 6-3 11/16 vs. SMU # W, 5-4 11/17 vs. Texas A&M # W, 7-2 SPRING (23-7) 2/1 Tulane W, 9-0 2/1 Houston W, 8-1 2/5 Tyler JC W, 5-4 2/12 McLennan JC W, 6-1 2/12 Midland JC W, 8-1 2/27 Midwestern State W, 9-0 3/4 Oklahoma City W, 9-0 3/6 vs. California % W, 6-3 3/7 vs. Pepperdine % L, 4-5 3/8 vs. Arizona State % L, 3-6 3/19 Texas Tech W, 7-2 3/20 vs. Texas $ W, 5-4 3/20 vs. Northeast La. $ L, 1-8 3/21 vs. LSU $ L, 4-5 3/21 vs. SMU $ W, 5-4 3/27 Northwestern W, 7-2 3/28 Oral Roberts W, 9-0 3/29 SMU W, 8-1 4/11 Oklahoma City W, 9-0 4/17 North Texas State & W, 9-0 4/18 UTPB & W, 5-4 4/19 Trinity & L, 1-8 5/16 vs. Texas A&M ^ W, 9-0 5/17 vs. Houston ^ W, 7-2 5/18 @ LSU ^ W, 8-1 5/19 vs. Trinity ^ W, 5-4 6/3 vs. Princeton ! W, 7-2 6/4 vs. Stanford ! L, 2-7 6/5 vs. Minnesota ! W, 9-0 6/5 vs. Clemson ! L, 4-5

Former head coach Roland Ingram tallied an overall record of 323-158 and won four conference titles in 19 seasons.

# Westwood Intercollegiate Invitational (Austin, Texas) % BYU Invitational (Provo, Utah) $ Intercollegiate Team Tournament (Dallas, Texas) & TAIAW State Championship ^ SWAIAW Regional Championship (Baton Rouge, La.) ! AIAW National Large College Championship (Baton Rouge, La.) 1980-81 (24-6) Coach: Paul Blankenship Ranking: 20th WITCA FALL (2-0) 10/8 Navarro JC W, 6-1 10/14 Oral Roberts W, 8-1 SPRING (22-6) 2/6 Rice W, 6-3 2/7 Texas-Permian Basin W, 9-0 2/14 Midwestern State W, 7-2 2/17 Cooke County JC W, 8-1 2/18 Midland JC W, 9-0 2/19 Houston W, 7-2 2/24 Texas Wesleyan W, 9-0 2/25 Tyler JC W, 9-0 2/27 Texas L, 4-5 2/28 Schreiner Institute W, 9-0 3/5 @ BYU # L, 1-8 3/6 vs. Utah # W, 7-2 3/7 vs. Colorado # W, 5-4 3/10 Yale L, 4-5 3/12 @ North Texas State W, 5-4 3/18 Texas Tech W, 9-0 3/19 vs. Northeast La. % W, 8-1 3/20 vs. South Carolina % L, 4-5 3/21 vs. LSU % W, 5-4 3/27 @ Texas A&M W, 5-4 3/30 @ Baylor W, 9-0 3/31 SMU W, 9-0 4/10 Houston Baptist W, 9-0 4/15 Trinity L, 1-8 4/17 Lamar W, 7-2 5/13-20 vs. Northeast La. $ W, 6-3 vs. Texas $ L, 2-5 vs. LSU $ W, 5-4 # BYU Invitational (Provo, Utah) % SMU Tournament (Dallas, Texas) $ SWAIAW Regional Championship (Denton, Texas) 1981-82 (25-7) Coach: John Johnson FALL (5-2) 10/27 Cooke County JC 11/6 vs. Oklahoma State # 11/7 vs. Oklahoma # 11/8 vs. Florida State # 11/20 Rice % 11/21 SMU % 11/22 Houston % SPRING (20-5) 2/13 Midwestern State 2/16 Cooke County JC 2/18 @ Lamar

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W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-2

2/19 @ Rice L, 3-6 2/20 @ Houston W, 5-3 2/24 North Texas State W, 7-2 2/28 @ Texas-San Antonio W, 9-0 3/1 @ Trinity L, 1-8 3/2 @ Texas W, 5-4 3/7 @ Texas Tech W, 8-1 3/8 @ UTPB W, 7-2 3/12 Florida State W, 5-4 3/14 @ Georgia W, 6-3 3/18 @ South Carolina L, 2-7 3/23 @ SMU $ W, 7-2 3/25 vs. UC-SB $ W, 5-1 3/26 vs. Florida $ L, 3-6 3/27 vs. LSU $ W, 6-3 4/3 Texas A&M W, 7-2 4/4 Arkansas W, 5-4 4/7 Cal State Fullerton W, 7-2 4/11 @ Furman W, 9-0 4/28 vs. Texas A&M & W, 8-1 4/29 vs. SMU & L, 2-7 4/30 vs. Oklahoma State & W, 5-4 # Lady Tiger Invitational (Baton Rouge, La.) % SWC Championships $ SMU Tournament (Dallas, Texas) & AIAW Region 4 Championship (Austin, Texas) 1982-83 (13-9, 2-6 SWC) Coach: Karl Richter 2/15 Cooke County JC W, 9-0 2/17 McLennan JC W, 9-0 2/18 Hardin-Simmons W, 9-0 2/19 Lamar W, 6-3 2/22 Tyler JC W, 8-1 3/5 Oklahoma State W, 6-3 3/8 Texas Wesleyan W, 8-1 3/10 Texas-Permian Basin W, 8-1 3/11 West Texas State W, 8-1 3/12 Texas Tech* W, 6-3 3/14 North Texas State W, 9-0 3/15 Mississippi State W, 8-1 3/24 vs. Oklahoma # L, 1-5 3/24 vs. LSU # L, 4-5 3/30 Texas* L, 0-9 4/2 @ Arkansas* L, 1-8 4/5 Baylor* W, 9-0 4/9 Houston* L, 3-6 4/12 @ SMU* L, 2-7 4/15 Texas A&M* L, 4-5 4/16 Rice* L, 1-8 4/30 Trinity L, 1-8 * SWC match # SMU Invitational (Dallas, Texas) 1983-84 (26-5, 6-2 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram FALL (7-0) 9/27 Tyler JC W, 6-3 10/6 Oral Roberts W, 7-2 10/10 Oklahoma W, 7-2 10/17 North Texas State W, 9-0 10/25 Cooke County JC W, 8-1 11/1 Abilene Christian W, 9-0


History 11/8 Midland JC SPRING (19-5) 2/7 Hardin-Simmons 2/10 Midland JC 2/11 LSU 2/14 Cooke County JC 2/16 Texas Wesleyan 2/18 Northeast Louisiana 2/22 Midwestern State 2/23 Michigan 2/24 North Texas State 3/3 Oklahoma 3/9 SMU* 3/10 West Texas State 3/12 Wichita State 3/20 @ Houston* 3/23 Texas A&M* 3/26 Georgia 3/27 @ Baylor* 3/30 @ UTPB 3/31 @ Texas Tech* 4/3 Rice* 4/7 @ Trinity 4/10 @ Texas* 4/14 Arkansas* 4/19 Trinity * SWC match

W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 L, 0-9 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 L, 4-5 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 L, 0-4 L, 2-7 W, 8-1 L, 0-9

1984-85 (29-7, 5-3 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram FALL (12-1) 9/21 Paris JC W, 9-0 9/21 Sam Houston State # W, 9-0 9/22 Abilene Christian # W, 9-0 9/25 Tyler JC W, 6-3 10/2 Midwestern State W, 9-0 10/5 Kansas % W, 7-2 10/7 Northeast Louisiana % W, 5-4 10/7 Centenary % W, 5-1 — BYU W, 7-2 10/12 Oklahoma State L, 1-8 10/13 Houston W, 5-4 10/23 Cooke County JC W, 8-1 10/30 Hardin-Simmons W, 8-1 SPRING (17-6) 2/8 Southwest Texas State 2/12 Cooke County JC 2/14 McLennan JC 2/24 U.S. International 2/26 Hardin-Simmons 2/27 West Texas State 3/8 Oklahoma City 3/15 Midland JC 3/17 @ Georgia 3/18 @ North Carolina State 3/19 vs. Florida State $ 3/20 @ North Carolina 3/21 @ Duke 3/27 @ SMU* 3/30 Texas Tech* 4/2 @ Texas A&M* 4/5 Texas* 4/6 Illinois 4/9 Houston* 4/10 Baylor* 4/13 @ Arkansas* 4/17 @ Rice* 4/20 Trinity * SWC match # Hurst, Texas % Oklahoma State Tournament (Stillwater, Okla.) $ Chapel Hill, N.C.

W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 L, 4-5 W, 9-2 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 L, 4-5 W, 6-2 L, 4-5 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 L, 0-9 W, 7-2 L, 3-6 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 L, 2-7

1985-86 (24-6, 6-2 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram Ranking: 25th ITCA FALL (6-0) No results located SPRING (18-6) 2/6 Cooke County JC W, 9-0 2/14 @ Texas Tech* W, 5-4 2/26 North Texas State W, 9-0 2/28 Arkansas-Little Rock W, 8-1

3/4 @ Texas* 3/8 Arkansas* 3/10 North Carolina 3/11 Wichita State 3/13 Texas-Permian Basin 3/16 @ Florida State 3/18 @ Florida 3/19 @ South Florida 3/23 Kentucky 3/24 UTEP 3/25 Nebraska 3/27 @ Baylor* 3/31 Georgia 4/1 Rice* 4/4 New Mexico 4/5 Oral Roberts 4/12 @ Houston* 4/15 SMU* 4/18 Texas A&M* 4/20 Indiana * SWC match

L, 3-6 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 6-3 L, 1-8 L, 2-7 L, 3-6 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 L, 3-6 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 L, 3-6

1986-87 (18-7, 7-1 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram Ranking: 22nd ITCA 2/3 Hawaii W, 9-0 2/12 @ Kentucky L, 3-6 2/13 vs. Tennessee # W, 8-1 2/14 vs. Indiana # L, 3-6 2/15 vs. South Carolina # L, 4-5 3/1 Cooke County JC W, 9-0 3/4 @ Texas A&M* W, 9-0 3/6 Florida L, 1-8 3/9 @ UC Irvine W, 9-0 3/10 @ Pepperdine W, 6-3 3/11 @ UC Santa Barbara W, 7-2 3/14 Mississippi State W, 7-2 3/18 Kansas State W, 9-0 3/19 @ SMU* W, 7-2 3/21 @ Arkansas* W, 6-3 3/22 @ Oklahoma L, 4-5 3/24 Texas* L, 2-7 3/26 Oklahoma State L, 4-5 3/30 Baylor* W, 8-1 4/3 Southwest Texas State W, 9-0 4/4 Texas Tech* W, 7-2 4/8 North Texas State W, 9-0 4/11 @ Rice* W, 7-2 4/13 Northwestern State W, 9-0 4/16 *Houston W, 8-1 * SWC match # Indiana Quad (Carmel, Ind.) 1987-88 (12-11, 6-2 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram Ranking: 23rd ITCA 1/27 vs. BYU # L, 4-5 1/28 vs. UCLA # L, 2-7 1/30 vs. Georgia # L, 2-7 2/19 @ Texas Tech* W, 6-3 2/23 North Texas State W, 7-2 3/5 Arkansas* W, 7-2 3/7 South Carolina L, 4-5 3/15 Kentucky L, 1-8 3/16 Wichita State W, 9-0 3/21 @ Mississippi State L, 1-5 3/22 @ Tulane W, 6-3 3/23 @ LSU W, 5-2 3/26 Wisconsin W, 7-2 4/2 @ Houston* W, 5-4 4/5 @ Baylor* W, 9-0 4/6 Texas A&M* L, 4-5 4/9 @ Trinity L, 4-5 4/10 @ Texas* L, 1-5 4/14 SMU* W, 5-4 4/19 Oklahoma L, 4-5 4/21 vs. Rice* % W, 5-1 4/22 vs. Houston $ W, 5-2 4/23 vs. SMU $ L, 0-5 * SWC match # BYU Tournament (Provo, Utah) % Austin, Texas $ SWC Tournament (Austin, Texas)

1988-89 (17-9, 5-3 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram 1/27 vs. South Alabama # W, 7-2 1/28 vs. Illinois # W, 7-2 1/29 @ Oklahoma State L, 0-9 2/4 @ Indiana L, 2-7 2/5 vs. Tennessee % L, 2-7 2/6 vs. Kansas % W, 7-2 2/17 Mississippi State L, 3-5 2/21 Cooke County JC W, 7-2 2/22 North Texas State W, 8-1 2/25 @ Oklahoma W, 5-4 2/28 Texas* L, 4-5 3/4 @ Arkansas* W, 5-4 3/9 Wake Forest W, 9-0 3/11 Houston* W, 5-4 3/14 Baylor* W, 9-0 3/15 U.S. International L, 4-5 3/22 @ Clemson W, 5-4 3/24 @ North Carolina State W, 8-1 3/25 @ North Carolina W, 5-4 3/30 Abilene Christian W, 7-2 4/2 Trinity W, 5-4 4/5 @ SMU* L, 3-6 4/8 @ Texas A&M* L, 2-7 4/12 Rice* W, 5-4 4/14 Texas Tech* W, 8-1 4/21 Arkansas $ L, 0-6 * SWC match # Stillwater, Okla. % Bloomington, Ind. $ SWC Tournament 1989-90 (13-15, 3-5 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram 2/6 North Texas W, 6-3 2/10 Oklahoma W, 7-2 2/16 @ Texas Tech* W, 5-4 2/22 vs. Minnesota # W, 5-4 2/23 @ BYU L, 0-8 2/24 @ Utah W, 5-4 3/7 North Carolina State W, 7-2 3/9 Wake Forest W, 6-3 3/10 Michigan W, 7-2 3/12 South Carolina L, 1-5 3/16 North Carolina L, 4-5 3/17 Tennessee L, 1-8 3/19 @ Baylor* W, 6-3 3/20 @ Southwest Texas St. W, 9-0 3/21 @ Trinity L, 0-9 3/24 Clemson L, 4-5 3/30 @ Houston* L, 3-6 3/31 @ Rice* L, 0-9 4/3 Texas A&M* L, 1-5 4/5 Indiana L, 2-5 4/8 @ Texas* L, 1-6 4/11 UNLV L, 4-5 4/12 SMU* W, 5-4 4/14 Wisconsin L, 4-5 4/19 vs. Arkansas* % L, 4-5 4/20 @ Houston $ W, 5-3 4/21 vs. Arkansas $ L, 1-5 * SWC match # BYU Tournament (Provo, Utah) % Houston, Texas $ SWC Tournament (Houston, Texas) 1990-91 (22-7, 8-0 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram SWC Champions Ranking: 24th ITCA 2/1 vs. New Mexico W, 5-4 2/2 @ Oklahoma W, 6-3 2/7 North Texas W, 9-0 2/12 Southwestern Louisiana W, 5-1 2/15 Mississippi L, 0-6 2/16 Texas-San Antonio W, 6-3 2/19 Cooke County JC W, 7-1 2/22 vs. Alabama # L, 3-6 2/23 @ Indiana L, 2-7 2/24 vs. Miami (Ohio) # W, 6-2 3/1 Northeast Louisiana W, 7-2 3/2 Trinity W, 8-1 3/8 Mississippi State L, 4-5

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3/13 North Carolina 3/15 Houston* 3/18 @ South Carolina 3/19 @ Clemson 3/20 @ LSU 3/24 Florida State 3/26 @ SMU* 3/29 Texas Tech* 3/30 Rice* 4/2 Texas* 4/4 Baylor* 4/7 @ Texas A&M* 4/13 @ Arkansas* 4/19 vs. Texas Tech % 4/20 vs. SMU % 4/21 vs. Texas % * SWC match # Bloomington, Ind. % SWC Tournament (College Station, Texas)

W, 8-1 W, 5-3 L, 2-6 W, 5-4 L, 3-5 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 5-0 W, 5-3 L, 1-6

1991-92 (13-8, 6-1 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram 2/15 @ Texas Tech* W, 5-4 2/21 Clemson L, 4-5 2/24 Auburn W, 5-3 2/27 Eastern Michigan W, 9-0 2/29 @ Texas* L, 0-9 3/3 Tulsa W, 6-0 3/5 LSU L, 3-6 3/11 South Carolina L, 0-8 3/14 @ Arizona L, 1-8 3/15 @ Arizona State L, 0-6 3/21 Indiana L, 1-5 3/24 North Texas W, 9-0 3/29 @ Houston* W, 7-2 4/2 Rice* W, 5-4 4/4 Minnesota W, 8-1 4/7 SMU* W, 7-2 4/8 @ Baylor* W, 5-4 4/11 Texas A&M* W, 5-1 4/18 vs. Texas Tech # W, 5-1 4/18 vs. Rice # W, 5-1 4/19 vs. Texas # L, 0-7 * SWC match # SWC Tournament (Austin, Texas) 1992-93 (13-7, 6-1 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram 2/6 @ Oklahoma W, 5-4 2/19 @ Indiana L, 0-9 2/20 @ Notre Dame L, 2-7 2/27 @ Texas A&M* W, 6-3 3/3 Baylor* W, 6-3 3/6 Houston* W, 7-2 3/9 Texas* L, 0-7 3/10 Purdue W, 7-0 3/15 @ LSU L, 2-5 3/16 @ South Carolina L, 1-5 3/17 @ Mississippi L, 2-7

TCU won the 1991 Southwest Conference title, going 10-1 against the league.

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History 3/24 North Texas 3/26 Southeastern Louisiana 4/3 @ Rice* 4/6 Nicholls State 4/9 Texas Tech 4/10 @ SMU* 4/15 Texas-San Antonio 4/23 Texas Tech # 4/24 Texas A&M # * SWC match # SWC Tournament

W, 7-1 W, 6-1 W, 5-1 W, 5-2 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 6-0 L, 1-5

1993-94 (4-16, 1-6 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram 1/28 vs. UC Santa Barbara # L, 1-5 1/29 @ Arizona # L, 0-9 1/30 vs. Iowa # L, 0-9 2/11 Oklahoma L, 2-7 2/15 Northeast Louisiana W, 5-4 2/19 LSU L, 3-6 2/26 @ Texas Tech* L, 4-5 3/2 @ Texas* L, 0-9 3/5 Rice* L, 1-8 3/11 SMU* L, 4-5 3/18 Indiana L, 2-7 3/21 @ Wake Forest L, 0-6 3/22 @ North Carolina W, 6-3 3/23 @ Virginia L, 2-5 3/30 North Texas W, 8-2 4/1 Texas A&M* L, 2-7 4/7 @ Baylor* L, 0-9 4/9 @ Houston* W, 5-4 4/15 South Carolina L, 0-6 4/22 Rice % L, 3-5 * SWC match # Arizona Quad (Tucson, Ariz.) % SWC Tournament 1994-95 (9-12, 2-5 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram 2/8 Texas-Arlington W, 9-0 2/11 @ Oklahoma L, 1-8 2/12 @ Tulsa W, 7-1 2/15 North Texas W, 6-0 2/18 @ Rice* L, 2-7 2/23 Texas-Pan American W, 9-0 2/28 Northeast Louisiana L, 4-5 3/4 @ Purdue L, 4-5 3/5 @ Indiana L, 1-8 3/10 UTEP W, 5-1 3/12 @ Tulane W, 6-3 3/13 @ LSU L, 0-9 3/15 @ South Carolina L, 0-6 3/23 Texas-San Antonio W, 7-2 3/24 Houston* W, 8-1 3/28 Texas* L, 0-5 3/30 @ Texas A&M* L, 3-5 4/1 @ SMU* L, 4-5 4/7 Baylor* L, 4-5

4/14 Texas Tech* 4/21 vs. Rice # * SWC match # SWC Tournament (College Station, Texas)

W, 8-1 L, 2-5

1995-96 (15-11, 2-5 SWC) Coach: Roland Ingram NCAA Regionals 2/10 Texas-Pan American W, 7-0 2/13 @ Texas-Arlington W, 8-1 2/16 Memphis W, 7-0 2/17 Tulsa W, 7-0 2/22 LSU L, 1-5 2/24 @ Texas* L, 0-9 2/28 North Texas W, 6-1 3/2 @ Texas Tech* W, 8-1 3/5 South Carolina L, 2-7 3/9 Northeast Louisiana W, 5-3 3/12 Southwest Texas State W, 6-1 3/13 Oklahoma L, 0-7 3/16 Indiana L, 2-5 3/19 vs. Washington State # W, 6-3 3/20 @ Hawai’i W, 6-0 3/21 vs. Chaminade # W, 6-0 3/30 Texas A&M* L, 3-6 4/1 Nicholls State W, 5-1 4/3 Southwestern Louisiana W, 5-1 4/5 @ Houston* L, 3-6 4/11 @ Baylor* L, 1-8 4/13 Rice* L, 4-5 4/16 SMU* W, 5-4 4/19 Baylor % W, 5-3 4/20 Texas A&M % L, 0-5 5/3 vs. Vanderbilt $ L, 1-5 * SWC match # Honolulu, Hawaii % SWC Tournament $ NCAA Southwest Regionals (College Station, Texas)

1/24 1/25 1/26 2/1 2/1 2/7 2/8 2/13 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/8 3/16 3/17

1996-97 (17-8) Coach: Roland Ingram NCAA Regionals Ranking: 44th ITA vs. Mississippi State # vs. Illinois # @ Arizona Texas-Pan American Texas-Arlington @ Tulsa vs. Oklahoma % @ Texas A&M Oklahoma State Northeast Louisiana Houston Arkansas State @ Furman @ South Carolina

W, 6-3 L, 4-5 L, 0-5 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 5-1 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 L, 2-7 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 L, 2-7

Dave Borelli’s 2003-04 squad started the current streak of six consecutive trips to the NCAA Championships for TCU.

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3/18 @ North Carolina W, 5-4 3/22 New Mexico State W, 6-3 3/27 Iowa W, 7-2 4/5 Baylor W, 5-4 4/12 vs. UTEP $ W, 7-1 4/13 @ Rice L, 1-8 4/18 @ SMU W, 5-4 4/19 North Texas W, 9-0 4/23 @ Tulsa & W, 5-4 4/24 vs. UNLV & L, 2-5 5/9 vs. Houston ^ L, 3-5 # Tucson, Ariz. % Oklahoma City, Okla. $ Houston, Texas & WAC Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) ^ NCAA Southwest Regionals (Houston, Texas) 1997-98 (17-7) Coach: Roland Ingram NCAA Regionals Ranking: 31st ITA 1/23 @ Arizona 1/24 @ Mississippi 1/30 Texas-Pan American 2/7 @ Oklahoma State 2/18 @ Texas-Arlington 2/22 @ Houston 2/26 Arkansas-Little Rock 2/27 Tulsa 3/6 Illinois 3/12 South Carolina 3/13 Rice 3/16 @ UTEP 3/21 Louisville 3/22 Colorado 3/27 Texas Tech 4/4 North Texas 4/9 Texas A&M 4/10 Oklahoma 4/14 SMU 4/18 @ San Jose State 4/19 @ Fresno State 4/29 Hawai’i # 4/30 Fresno State # 5/15 vs. Miami (Fla.) % # WAC Tournament % NCAA Southwest Regionals (Baton Rouge, La.) 1998-99 (11-8) Coach: Roland Ingram Ranking: 51st ITA 2/11 North Texas 2/13 Tulane 2/14 Houston 2/20 Oklahoma State 2/23 Texas-Arlington 2/26 @ Texas A&M 2/27 @ Rice 3/6 @ Oklahoma 3/14 @ Georgia Tech 3/15 @ Furman 3/17 @ South Carolina 3/25 Minnesota 3/27 BYU 4/9 Arkansas State 4/10 New Mexico 4/16 UTEP 4/28 vs. Colorado State # 4/29 vs. Rice # 4/30 vs. Fresno State # # WAC Tournament (Albuquerque, N.M.)

1/27 2/8 2/11 2/12 2/17

1999-00 (21-5) Coach: Roland Ingram WAC Champions NCAA Regionals Ranking: 24th ITA Cal Poly @ Texas-Arlington @ Houston vs. Northwestern Oklahoma

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L, 1-7 L, 2-7 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 7-0 W, 6-2 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 L, 4-5 L, 3-6 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 6-0 L, 4-5 L, 3-5

W, 9-0 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 L, 1-5 L, 4-5 W, 7-2 L, 4-5 W, 7-2 L, 1-8 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 5-1 W, 5-0 L, 3-6

W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 L, 1-5 W, 5-1

2/18 Lamar 2/23 Baylor 2/26 North Texas 2/26 Sam Houston State 3/3 Central Florida 3/4 Texas A&M 3/7 South Carolina 3/13 @ Hawai’i # 3/15 vs. Sacramento State # 3/16 vs. San Diego # 3/25 vs. Washington % 3/26 @ UTEP % 3/31 Tulsa 4/8 Tulane 4/9 @ New Orleans 4/14 Rice 4/16 UC Santa Barbara 4/28 San Jose State $ 4/29 SMU $ 4/30 Tulsa $ 5/19 vs. VCU & # Hawai’i Tournament (Honolulu, Hawaii) % UTEP Tournament (El Paso, Texas) $ WAC Tournament & NCAA Regionals (Nashville, Tenn.)

W, 7-2 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 6-0 W, 6-2 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 5-0 W, 5-1 W, 5-3 L, 1-5

2000-01 (21-4) Coach: Roland Ingram WAC Champions NCAA Regionals Ranking: 22nd ITA 2/5 @ Baylor L, 1-6 2/8 BYU dnf 2/10 Tulane W, 4-2 2/13 @ Texas A&M L, 3-4 2/17 UTEP W, 4-3 3/2 @ Tulsa W, 6-1 3/3 @ Oklahoma State L, 2-4 3/4 @ Oklahoma W, 5-0 3/10 Harvard W, 6-1 3/12 Wyoming W, 7-0 3/13 Mississippi State W, 4-3 3/16 @ Furman W, 7-0 3/18 @ South Carolina W, 4-3 3/24 @ Central Florida W, 5-2 3/25 @ South Florida W, 5-2 3/31 @ Rice W, 6-1 4/5 North Texas W, 6-1 4/7 Houston W, 6-1 4/11 @ SMU W, 4-3 4/14 Oregon W, 4-3 4/19 Texas-Arlington W, 5-2 4/27 vs. Rice # W, 4-0 4/28 vs. Tulsa # W, 4-1 4/29 @ Fresno State # W, 4-2 5/12 vs. Boise State % W, 4-0 5/13 @ Texas % L, 1-4 # WAC Tournament (Fresno, Calif.) % NCAA Regionals (Austin, Texas)

1/23 1/25 1/26 2/3 2/12 2/15 2/16 2/17 2/21 2/23 2/24 3/2 3/9 3/12 3/15 3/17 3/18

2001-02 (21-5) Coach: Roland Ingram C-USA Champions NCAA Regionals Ranking: 28th ITA @ Tarleton State W, 7-0 Midwestern State W, 7-0 Middle Tennessee State W, 5-2 Texas A&M L, 3-4 Baylor L, 3-4 @ Texas Tech W, 5-2 vs. New Mexico # W, 5-2 vs. Fla. International # W, 4-0 Oklahoma L, 3-4 @ Rice W, 6-1 @ Houston W, 5-2 Central Florida W, 4-0 @ Tulane W, 4-3 South Alabama L, 3-4 Miami (Fla.) W, 5-2 @ Utah W, 7-0 @ BYU W, 4-1


History 3/26 Oklahoma State W, 4-1 4/8 @ Texas-Arlington W, 6-1 4/10 SMU W, 6-1 4/13 Tulsa W, 5-1 4/19 Cincinnati % W, 4-0 4/20 Tulane % W, 4-0 4/21 Marquette % W, 4-1 5/10 vs. Texas A&M $ W, 4-1 5/11 @ Texas $ L, 2-4 # Lubbock, Texas % C-USA Championship $ NCAA Regionals (Austin, Texas) 2002-03 (11-10) Coach: Dave Borelli Ranking: 56th ITA 1/24 Saint Louis 2/1 Houston 2/11 North Texas 2/16 Baylor 3/1 Arizona 3/4 @ Texas A&M 3/7 Tulane 3/11 @ Pepperdine 3/14 @ San Diego State 3/18 Kansas State 3/19 Utah 3/22 Marshall 3/26 Texas-Arlington 3/28 @ Tulsa 3/30 @ Oklahoma 4/4 South Alabama 4/5 Rice 4/8 @ SMU 4/13 vs. Marquette # 4/14 vs. Louisville # 4/15 @ Tulane # # C-USA Championships (New Orleans, La.)

W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 5-2 L, 0-6 L, 3-4 L, 2-5 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 W, 4-3 W, 5-0 L, 3-4 W, 6-1 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 2-5 W, 5-2 W, 4-3 W, 4-1 W, 4-0 L, 0-4

2003-04 (17-8) Coach: Dave Borelli NCAA Regionals Ranking: 28th ITA 1/23 @ Southern California L, 1-6 1/25 @ Fresno State L, 2-5 1/26 @ Stanford L, 0-7 2/10 SMU W, 4-3 2/15 @ Tulane L, 3-4 2/17 @ Baylor W, 5-2 2/21 @ Georgia L, 1-6 2/27 Oklahoma L, 3-4 2/28 Tulsa W, 6-1 2/29 Purdue W, 4-1 3/10 Virginia W, 5-2 3/11 North Texas W, 6-1 3/18 Indiana W, 5-2 3/20 Ohio State W, 7-0 3/21 Oklahoma State W, 4-0 3/24 Cal Poly W, 7-0 3/25 Middle Tennessee State W, 6-1 3/27 @ Rice W, 6-1 3/28 @ Houston W, 4-3 4/6 South Alabama W, 5-2 4/7 @ Texas-Arlington W, 5-0 4/16 vs. USF # W, 4-1 4/17 @ Louisville # W, 4-0 4/18 vs. Tulane # L, 1-4 5/15 vs. SMU % L, 2-4 # C-USA Championships (New Orleans, La.) % NCAA Regionals (College Station, Texas)

2/5 2/9 2/10 2/13 2/17 2/19 2/22

2004-05 (21-5) Coach: Dave Borelli NCAA Regionals Ranking: 19th ITA Texas State North Texas Texas-Arlington Clemson Texas A&M @ SMU Baylor

W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 L, 2-5

2/27 @ Tulsa W, 5-2 3/9 @ Purdue W, 4-3 3/10 @ Indiana W, 5-2 3/12 @ Ohio State W, 5-2 3/18 Iowa W, 5-2 3/19 Middle Tennessee State W, 7-0 3/23 @ Southern California L, 3-4 3/24 @ Pepperdine W, 4-2 3/30 @ Oklahoma W, 5-2 4/2 Houston W, 5-2 4/3 South Alabama W, 6-1 4/8 Rice W, 6-1 4/9 Tulane L, 3-4 4/17 William & Mary W, 6-1 4/22 East Carolina # W, 5-0 4/23 Houston # W, 4-0 4/24 Tulane # L, 3-4 5/13 vs. LSU % W, 4-1 5/14 @ Tulane % L, 3-4 # C-USA Championship % NCAA Regionals (New Orleans, La.) 2005-06 (23-7) Coach: Dave Borelli MWC Tournament Champions MWC Regular Season Champions NCAA Sweet 16 Ranking: 15th ITA 1/28 North Texas W, 7-0 2/2 vs. Vanderbilt ^ W, 4-3 2/3 vs. Harvard ^ L, 4-3 2/4 vs. North Carolina ^ L, 6-1 2/11 Tulsa W, 6-1 2/15 SMU W, 7-0 2/22 @ Baylor L, 4-3 3/5 Fresno State W, 5-2 3/8 Oklahoma W, 7-0 3/9 @ Texas A&M W, 6-1 3/15 @ Virginia L, 4-3 3/17 @William & Mary L, 5-2 3/18 @ Harvard W, 5-2 3/24 Wyoming W, 7-0 3/25 Air Force W, 7-0 3/26 Colorado State W, 7-0 3/28 Cal L, 4-3 4/2 Washington W, 7-0 4/7 @ BYU W, 6-1 4/8 vs. Utah W, 7-0 4/13 @ New Mexico W, 5-2 4/14 vs. UNLV W, 5-2 4/15 vs. San Diego State W, 7-0 4/20 @ Texas-Arlington W, 4-0 4/26 vs. Wyoming # W, 4-0 4/28 vs. New Mexico # W, 4-1 4/29 vs. BYU W, 4-0 5/12 Rice % W, 4-0 5/13 Texas % W, 4-0 5/19 Stanford * L, 4-0 ^ USTA-ITA Indoors (Madison, Wis.) # MWC Champ. (San Diego, Calif.) % NCAA Regionals (Ft. Worth, Texas) * NCAA Sweet 16 (Stanford, Calif.) 2006-07 (17-10) Coach: Jefferson Hammond MWC Regular Season Champions NCAA Regionals Ranking: 38th ITA 2/1 vs. North Carolina ^ L, 2-5 2/2 vs. Pepperdine ^ L, 3-4 2/3 vs. Vanderbilt ^ W, 5-2 2/20 Texas State W, 5-2 2/20 Texas-Arlington W, 5-2 2/22 @ Texas A&M L, 2-5 2/25 Mississippi W, 6-1 2/27 Baylor L, 2-5 3/1 @ Oklahoma W, 7-0 3/3 @ Rice W, 6-1 3/10 @ SMU W, 7-0 3/14 vs. South Florida * L, 3-4 3/16 Fresno State L, 3-4 3/17 @ California L, 1-6 3/19 Kansas State W, 6-1

In 2009, TCU won its fourth-straight Mountain West Conference title in as many years.

3/23 VCU W, 6-1 3/29 New Mexico W, 6-1 3/31 San Diego State W, 6-1 4/1 UNLV W, 5-2 4/6 @ Utah W, 5-2 4/7 @ BYU L, 3-4 4/13 vs. Colorado State • W, 7-0 4/14 vs. Air Force • W, 7-0 4/15 vs. Wyoming • W, 7-0 4/18 @ Baylor L, 0-7 4/26 vs. Wyoming # W, 4-0 4/27 vs. UNLV # L, 2-4 5/12 vs. Texas A&M % L, 1-4 ^ USTA-ITA Indoors (Madison, Wis.) * played in Fresno, Calif. • played in Albuquerque, N.M. # MWC Championships (Colorado Springs) % NCAA Regionals (Waco, Texas) 2007-08 (20-6) Coach: Jefferson Hammond MWC Regular Season Champions NCAA Regionals Ranking: 26th ITA 2/9 at Texas L, 2-5 2/13 at North Texas W, 6-1 2/16 Texas A&M W, 4-3 2/20 at Baylor L, 1-6 2/24 William & Mary W, 4-3 2/27 SMU W, 6-1 3/1 Texas Tech W, 7-0 3/3 Fresno State L, 3-4 3/6 at Wake Forest W, 5-2 3/8 at Va. Commonwealth W, 4-3 3/11 at Auburn L, 3-4 3/13 at Mississippi W, 6-1 3/16 Virginia W, 6-1 3/22 Oklahoma W, 6-1 3/28 Colorado State W, 7-0 3/29 Air Force W, 7-0 3/30 Wyoming W, 5-2 4/4 at UNLV W, 4-3 4/5 vs. San Diego State W, 5-2 4/11 vs. BYU W, 6-1 4/12 vs. Utah W, 7-0 4/13 at New Mexico W, 7-0 4/24 Wyoming# W, 4-0 4/25 Utah# W, 4-0 4/26 UNLV# L, 2-4 5/9 vs. Tulsa% L, 3-4 # MWC Championships (Fort Worth) % NCAA Regionals (Waco, Texas)

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2008-09 (17-11) Coach: Jefferson Hammond MWC Tournament Champions NCAA Regionals - 2nd Round Ranking: 29th ITA 1/24 at #41 Virginia L, 3-4 1/25 at #21 William & Mary W, 6-1 1/31 at #8 Georgia Tech L, 2-5 2/1 vs. #20 Florida St. W, 4-2 2/8 #25 Auburn W, 4-3 2/21 #62 NC State W, 6-1 2/22 #10 Miami L, 1-6 2/26 at Texas Tech L, 3-4 2/28 #63 Alabama L, 3-4 3/5 at #24 Texas A&M W, 4-3 3/8 #19 Michigan L, 3-4 3/12 at #37 Fresno St. L, 1-6 3/14 at #48 Pepperdine W, 5-2 3/18 at #24 SMU L, 3-4 3/27 at #29 San Diego St.* W, 5-2 3/28 vs. #71 UNLV* L, 3-4 4/3 #49 Utah* W, 6-1 4/4 #57 BYU* W, 4-3 4/5 New Mexico* W, 7-0 4/9 vs. Air Force* W, 5-2 4/10 vs. Wyoming* W, 7-0 4/10 vs. Colorado State* W, 7-0 4/17 #5 Baylor L, 4-1 4/23 vs. Colorado State@ W, 4-0 4/24 vs. #67 Utah@ W, 4-1 4/25 vs. #42 UNLV@ W, 4-1 5/9 vs. #36 Tulsa% W, 4-1 5/9 at #14 Arkansas% L, 3-4 @ MWC Championships (Albuequerque, N.M.) % NCAA Regionals (Fayetteville, Ark.)

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History Abilene Christian 3-0 11/1/1983 H W, 9-0 9/22/1984 H W, 9-0 3/30/1989 H W, 7-2 Air Force 3/25/2006 H 4/14/2007 N 3/29/2008 H 4/9/2009 N

4-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 5-2

Alabama 2/22/1991 N 2/28/2009 H

0-2 L, 3-6 L, 3-4

4/11/1996 4/19/1996 4/5/1997 2/23/2000 2/5/2001 2/12/2002 2/16/2003 2/17/2004 2/22/2005 2/22/2006 2/27/2007 4/18/2007 2/20/2008 4/17/2009

Amarillo College 11/8/1975 H

1-0 W, 7-3

Boise State 5/12/2001 N

1-0 W, 4-0

Arizona 3/14/1992 A 1/29/1994 A 1/26/1997 A 1/23/1998 A 3/1/2003 H

0-5 L, 1-8 L, 0-9 L, 0-5 L, 1-7 L, 0-6

Arizona State 3/8/1980 N 3/15/1992 A

0-2 L, 3-6 L, 0-6

Arkansas 4/4/1982 H 4/2/1983 A 4/14/1984 H 4/13/1985 A 3/8/1986 H 3/21/1987 A 3/5/1988 H 3/4/1989 A 4/21/1989 H 4/19/1990 N 4/21/1990 N 4/13/1991 A 5/10/2009 A

8-5 W, 5-4 L, 1-8 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 L, 0-6 L, 4-5 L, 1-5 W, 7-2 L, 3-4

BYU 3/5/1981 A 1984 H 1/27/1988 N 2/23/1990 A 3/27/1999 H 2/8/2001 H 3/18/2002 A 4/7/2006 A 4/29/2006 N 4/7/2007 A 4/11/2008 N 4/4/2009 H

7-4 L, 1-8 W, 7-2 L, 4-5 L, 0-8 W, 5-4 DNF W, 4-1 W, 6-1 W, 4-0 L, 3-4 W, 6-1 W, 4-3

Cal Poly 1/27/2000 H 3/24/2004 H

2-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-0

Arkansas State 3/8/1997 H 4/9/1999 H

2-0 W, 6-3 W, 9-0

Arkansas-Little Rock 2-0 2/28/1986 H W, 8-1 2/26/1998 H W, 9-0

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Auburn 2/24/1992 H 3/11/2008 A 2/08/2009 H

2-1 W, 5-3 L, 3-4 W, 4-3

Austin College 2/9/1976 H 2/14/1977 —

2-0 W, 9-0 W, 6-3

Baylor 3/10/1976 H 3/30/1981 A 4/5/1983 H 3/27/1984 A 4/10/1985 H 3/27/1986 A 3/30/1987 H 4/5/1988 A 3/14/1989 H 3/19/1990 A 4/4/1991 H 4/8/1992 A 3/3/1993 H 4/7/1994 A 4/7/1995 H

17-12 W, 10-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 L, 0-9 L, 4-5

A H H H A H H A H A H A A H

L, 1-8 W, 5-3 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 L, 1-6 L, 3-4 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 L, 2-5 L, 3-4 L, 2-5 L, 0-7 L, 1-6 L, 1-4

4/23/2009 N

W, 4-0

Cooke County JC 2/17/1981 H 10/27/1981 H 2/16/1982 H 2/15/1983 H 10/25/1983 H 2/14/1984 H 10/23/1984 H 2/12/1985 H 2/6/1986 H 3/1/1987 H 2/21/1989 H 2/19/1991 H

12-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 7-1

Dallas 12/6/1978 A

1-0 W, 5-1

Duke 3/21/1985 A

1-0 W, 6-2

East Carolina 4/22/2005 H

1-0 W, 5-0

East Texas State See Texas A&M-Commerce Eastern Michigan 1-0 2/27/1992 H W, 9-0 Florida 3/26/1982 N 3/18/1986 A 3/6/1987 H

0-3 L, 3-6 L, 1-8 L, 1-8

Cal State Fullerton 1-0 4/7/1982 H W, 7-2

Florida International 1-0 2/17/2002 N W, 4-0

California 3/6/1980 N 3/28/2006 H 3/17/2007 A

1-2 W, 6-3 L, 3-4 L, 1-6

Centenary 10/7/1984 H

1-0 W, 5-1

Florida State 11/8/1981 N 3/12/1982 H 3/19/1985 N 3/16/1986 A 3/24/1991 H 2/1/2009 N

5-1 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 4-2

Central Florida 3/3/2000 H 3/24/2001 A 3/2/2002 H

2-1 L, 3-6 W, 5-2 W, 4-0

Chaminade 3/21/1996 N

1-0 W, 6-0

Cincinnati 4/19/2002 H

1-0 W, 4-0

Fresno State 4/19/1998 A 4/30/1998 H 4/30/1999 N 4/29/2001 A 1/25/2004 A 3/5/2006 H 3/16/2007 A 3/3/2008 H 3/12/2009 A

3-6 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 L, 3-6 W, 4-2 L, 2-5 W, 5-2 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 1-6

Clemson 6/5/1980 N 3/22/1989 A 3/24/1990 H 3/19/1991 A 2/21/1992 H 2/13/2005 H

3-3 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 W, 4-3

Furman 4/11/1982 A 3/16/1997 A 3/15/1999 A 3/16/2001 A

4-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 7-0

Colorado 3/8/1978 H 3/7/1981 N 3/22/1998 H

3-0 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 W, 5-4

Colorado State 4/28/1999 N 3/26/2006 H 4/13/2007 N 3/28/2008 H 4/10/2009 N

6-0 W, 5-1 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-0

Georgia 3/14/1982 A 3/26/1984 H 3/17/1985 A 3/31/1986 H 1/30/1988 N 2/21/2004 A

3-3 W, 6-3 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 L, 2-7 L, 1-6

Georgia Tech 3/14/1999 A 1/31/2009 A

0-2 L, 4-5 L, 2-5

Hardin-Simmons 2/18/1983 H 2/7/1984 H 10/30/1984 H 2/26/1985 H

4-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 9-2

Harvard 3/10/2001 H 2/3/2006 N 3/18/2006 A

2-1 W, 6-1 L, 3-4 W, 5-2

Hawai’i 2/3/1987 H 3/20/1996 A 4/29/1998 H 3/13/2000 A

4-0 W, 9-0 W, 6-0 W, 6-0 W, 5-4

Houston 3/4/1978 A 2/3/1979 A 2/1/1980 H 5/17/1980 N 2/19/1981 H 11/22/1981 H 2/20/1982 A 4/9/1983 H 3/20/1984 A 10/13/1984 H 4/9/1985 H 4/12/1986 A 4/16/1987 H 4/2/1988 A 4/22/1988 N 3/11/1989 H 3/30/1990 A 4/20/1990 A 3/15/1991 H 3/29/1992 A 3/6/1993 H 4/9/1994 A 3/24/1995 H 4/5/1996 A 2/28/1997 H 5/9/1997 N 2/22/1998 A 2/14/1999 H 2/11/2000 A 4/7/2001 H 2/24/2002 A 2/1/2003 H 3/28/2004 A 4/2/2005 H 4/23/2005 H

28-7 W, 8-1 W, 5-3 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 5-3 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 L, 3-6 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 W, 5-2 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 W, 5-3 W, 5-3 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 L, 3-6 L, 2-7 L, 3-5 W, 6-2 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 6-1 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 W, 5-2 W, 4-0

Houston Baptist 4/10/1981 H

1-0 W, 9-0

Illinois 4/6/1985 H 1/28/1989 N 1/25/1997 N 3/6/1998 H

3-1 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 L, 4-5 W, 6-3

Indiana 4/20/1986 H 2/14/1987 N 2/4/1989 A 4/5/1990 H 2/23/1991 A 3/21/1992 H 2/19/1993 A 3/18/1994 H 3/5/1995 A 3/16/1996 H 3/18/2004 H 3/10/2005 A

2-10 L, 3-6 L, 3-6 L, 2-7 L, 2-5 L, 2-7 L, 1-5 L, 0-9 L, 2-7 L, 1-8 L, 2-5 W, 5-2 W, 5-2

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Iowa 1/30/1994 N 3/27/1997 H 3/18/2005 H

2-1 L, 0-9 W, 7-2 W, 5-2

Kansas 10/5/1984 H 2/6/1989 N

2-0 W, 7-2 W, 7-2

Kansas State 3/18/1987 H 3/18/2003 H 3/19/2007 H

3-0 W, 9-0 W, 4-3 W, 6-1

Kentucky 3/23/1986 H 2/12/1987 A 3/15/1988 H

0-3 L, 3-6 L, 3-6 L, 1-8

Lamar 1979 — 4/17/1981 H 2/18/1982 A 2/19/1983 H 2/18/2000 H

5-0 W, 5-1 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 6-3 W, 7-2

Louisiana-Lafayette 2-0 2/12/1991 H W, 5-1 4/3/1996 H W, 5-1 Louisiana-Monroe 9-3 11/15/1979 N L, 4-5 5/12/1979 N W, 7-2 3/20/1980 N L, 1-8 3/19/1981 N W, 8-1 5/13-20/1981 N W, 6-3 10/7/1984 H W, 5-4 2/18/1984 H W, 5-4 3/1/1991 H W, 7-2 2/15/1994 H W, 5-4 2/28/1995 H L, 4-5 3/9/1996 H W, 5-3 2/22/1997 H W, 7-2 Louisville 3/21/1998 H 4/14/2003 N 4/17/2004 A

3-0 W, 6-3 W, 4-0 W, 4-0

LSU 3/15/1976 A 3/3/1978 N 1979 H 5/12/1979 A 3/21/1980 N 5/18/1980 A 3/21/1981 N 5/120/1981 N 3/27/1982 N 3/24/1983 N 2/11/1984 H 3/23/1988 A 3/20/1991 A 3/5/1992 H 3/15/1993 A 2/19/1994 H 3/13/1995 A 2/22/1996 H 5/13/2005 N

7-12 L, 1-8 L, 2-7 L, 3-6 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 W, 5-2 L, 3-5 L, 3-6 L, 2-5 L, 3-6 L, 0-9 L, 1-5 W, 4-1

Marquette 4/21/2002 H 4/13/2003 N

2-0 W, 4-1 W, 4-1

Marshall 3/22/2003 H

0-1 L, 3-4


History McLennan JC 2/23/1976 H 2/12/1980 H 2/17/1983 H 2/14/1985 H

4-0 W, 5-1 W, 6-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0

Memphis 2/16/1996 H

1-0 W, 7-0

Miami (Fla.) 3/9/1979 H 5/15/1998 N 3/15/2002 H 2/22/2009 H

1-3 L, 2-7 L, 3-5 W, 5-2 L, 1-6

Miami (Ohio) 2/24/1991 N

1-0 W, 6-2

Michigan 2/23/1984 H 3/10/1990 H 3/08/2009 H

2-1 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 L, 3-4

Middle Tenn. State 3-0 1/26/2002 H W, 5-2 3/25/2004 H W, 6-1 3/19/2005 H W, 7-0 Midland JC 1979 — 2/12/1980 H 2/18/1981 H 11/8/1983 H 2/10/1984 H 3/15/1985 H

6-0 W, 7-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 6-3

Midwestern State 11/5/1977 A 2/27/1980 H 2/14/1981 H 2/13/1982 H 2/22/1984 H 10/2/1984 H 1/25/2002 H

7-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-0

Minnesota 6/6/1979 N 6/5/1980 N 2/22/1990 N 4/4/1992 H 3/25/1999 H

4-1 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 L, 3-6

Mississippi 2/15/1991 H 3/17/1993 A 1/24/1998 A 2/25/2007 H 3/13/2008 A

2-3 L, 0-6 L, 2-7 L, 2-7 W, 6-1 W, 6-1

Mississippi State 3/15/1983 H 3/14/1987 H 3/21/1988 A 2/17/1989 H 3/8/1991 H 1/24/1997 N 3/13/2001 H

4-3 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 L, 1-5 L, 3-5 L, 4-5 W, 6-3 W, 4-3

Navarro JC 10/8/1980 H

1-0 W, 6-1

Nebraska 3/25/1986 H

1-0 W, 7-2

New Mexico 4/4/1986 H 2/1/1991 N

9-0 W, 8-1 W, 5-4

4/10/1999 2/16/2002 4/13/2006 4/28/2006 3/29/2007 4/13/2008 4/5/2009

H N A N H A H

W, 5-4 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 W, 4-1 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 7-0

New Mexico State 1-0 3/22/1997 H W, 6-3 New Orleans 4/9/2000 A

1-0 W, 7-2

Nicholls State 4/6/1993 H 4/1/1996 H

2-0 W, 5-2 W, 5-1

North Carolina 3/10/1979 H 3/20/1985 A 3/10/1986 H 3/25/1989 A 3/16/1990 H 3/13/1991 H 3/22/1994 A 3/18/1997 A 2/4/2006 N 2/1/2007 N

6-4 W, 6-3 L, 4-5 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 L, 1-6 L, 2-5

North Carolina State 4-0 3/18/1985 A W, 9-0 3/24/1989 A W, 8-1 3/7/1990 H W, 7-2 2/21/2009 H W, 6-1 North Texas 3/3/1976 H 9/29/1977 H 2/9/1978 H 3/6/1979 H 11/15/1979 N 4/17/1980 H 3/12/1981 A 2/24/1982 H 10/17/1983 H 3/14/1983 H 2/24/1984 H 2/26/1986 H 4/8/1987 H 2/23/1988 H 2/22/1989 H 2/6/1990 H 2/7/1991 H 3/24/1992 H 3/24/1993 H 3/30/1994 H 2/15/1995 H 2/28/1996 H 4/19/1997 H 4/4/1998 H 2/11/1999 H 2/26/2000 H 4/5/2001 H 2/11/2003 H 3/11/2004 H 2/9/2005 H 1/28/2006 H 2/13/2008 A

32-0 W, 9-2 W, 8-1 W, 4-0 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-1 W, 8-2 W, 6-0 W, 6-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 6-1

Northwestern 3/27/1980 H 2/12/2000 N

1-1 W, 7-2 L, 1-5

Northwestern State 1-0 4/13/1987 H W, 9-0

Notre Dame 2/20/1993 A

0-1 L, 2-7

Odessa JC 2/16/1976 A

0-0-1 T, 3-3

Ohio State 3/20/2004 H 3/12/2005 A

2-0 W, 7-0 W, 5-2

Oklahoma 3/22/1977 H 2/23/1978 H 4/11/1978 A 1978 — 11/7/1981 N 3/24/1983 N 10/10/1983 H 3/3/1984 H 3/22/1987 A 4/19/1988 H 2/25/1989 A 2/10/1990 H 2/2/1991 A 2/6/1993 A 2/11/1994 H 2/11/1995 A 3/13/1996 H 2/8/1997 N 4/10/1998 H 3/6/1999 A 2/17/2000 H 3/4/2001 A 2/21/2002 H 3/30/2003 A 2/27/2004 H 3/30/2005 A 3/8/2006 H 3/1/2007 A 3/22/2008 H

18-11 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 L, 1-5 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 L, 2-7 L, 1-8 L, 0-7 L, 4-5 L, 3-6 W, 7-2 W, 5-1 W, 5-0 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 W, 5-2 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 6-1

Oklahoma City 3/24/1977 A 10/14/1977 A 10/18/1977 H 10/25/1977 H 3/4/1980 H 4/11/1980 H 3/8/1985 H

7-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1

Oklahoma State 4/12/1978 A 4/7/1979 H 11/6/1981 N 4/30/1982 N 3/5/1983 H 10/12/1984 H 3/26/1987 H 1/29/1989 A 2/21/1997 H 2/7/1998 A 2/20/1999 H 3/3/2001 A 3/26/2002 H 3/21/2004 H

9-5 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 L, 1-8 L, 4-5 L, 0-9 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 L, 2-4 W, 4-1 W, 4-0

Oral Roberts 3/28/1980 H 10/14/1980 H 10/6/1983 H 4/5/1986 H

4-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 9-0

Oregon 4/14/2001 H

1-0 W, 4-3

Paris JC 9/21/1984 H

1-0 W, 9-0

Pepperdine 3/7/1980 N 3/10/1987 A 3/11/2003 A 3/24/2005 A 2/2/2007 N 3/14/2009 A

3-3 L, 4-5 W, 6-3 L, 3-4 W, 4-2 L, 3-4 W, 5-2

Princeton 6/3/1980 N

1-0 W, 7-2

Purdue 3/10/1993 H 3/4/1995 A 2/29/2004 H 3/9/2005 A

3-1 W, 7-0 L, 4-5 W, 4-1 W, 4-3

Rice 2/2/1979 N 2/6/1981 H 11/20/1981 H 2/19/1982 A 4/16/1983 H 4/3/1984 H 4/17/1985 A 4/1/1986 H 4/11/1987 A 4/21/1988 N 4/12/1989 H 3/31/1990 A 3/30/1991 H 4/2/1992 H 4/18/1992 N 4/3/1993 A 3/5/1994 H 4/22/1994 H 2/18/1995 A 4/21/1995 N 4/13/1996 H 4/13/1997 A 3/13/1998 H 2/27/1999 A 4/29/1999 N 4/14/2000 H 3/31/2001 A 4/27/2001 N 2/23/2002 A 4/5/2003 H 3/27/2004 A 4/8/2005 H 5/12/2006 H 3/3/2007 A

23-11 W, 7-2 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 L, 1-8 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 5-1 W, 5-4 L, 0-9 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 5-1 W, 5-1 L, 1-8 L, 3-5 L, 2-7 L, 2-5 L, 4-5 L, 1-8 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 W, 5-0 W, 7-2 W, 6-1 W, 4-0 W, 6-1 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 W, 6-1 W, 4-0 W, 6-1

Sacramento State 1-0 3/15/2000 N W, 6-0 Saint Louis 1/24/2003 H

1-0 W, 7-0

Sam Houston State 2-0 9/21/1984 H W, 9-0 2/26/2000 H W, 9-0 San Diego 3/16/2000 N

1-0 W, 6-2

San Diego State 3/14/2003 A 4/15/2006 N 3/31/2007 H 4/5/2008 N 3/27/2009 A

4-1 L, 3-4 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 5-2 W, 5-2

San Jose State 4/18/1998 A 4/28/2000 H

2-0 W, 9-0 W, 5-0

2 010 T C U W o m e n ’ s T e n n i s

Schreiner Institute 1-0 2/28/1981 H W, 9-0 SMU 10/22/1975 H 3/1/1976 A 10/1/1977 H 2/16/1978 A 5/15/1978 N 4/5/1979 H 5/11/1979 N 11/16/1979 N 3/21/1980 N 3/29/1980 H 3/31/1981 H 11/21/1981 H 3/23/1982 A 4/29/1982 N 4/12/1983 A 3/9/1984 H 3/27/1985 A 4/15/1986 H 3/19/1987 A 4/14/1988 H 4/23/1988 N 4/5/1989 A 4/12/1990 H 3/26/1991 A 4/20/1991 N 4/7/1992 H 4/10/1993 A 3/11/1994 H 4/1/1995 A 4/16/1996 H 4/18/1997 A 4/14/1998 H 4/29/2000 H 4/11/2001 A 4/10/2002 H 4/8/2003 A 2/10/2004 H 5/15/2004 N 2/19/2005 A 2/15/2006 H 3/10/2007 A 2/27/2008 H 3/18/2009 A

26-17 L, 0-8 L, 1-10 L, 2-7 L, 2-7 L, 2-7 L, 2-7 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 L, 3-6 W, 7-2 L, 2-7 L, 2-7 L, 0-9 L, 4-5 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 L, 0-5 L, 3-6 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 5-3 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 5-1 W, 4-3 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 W, 4-3 L, 2-4 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 L, 3-4

South Alabama 1/27/1989 N 3/12/2002 H 4/4/2003 H 4/6/2004 H 4/3/2005 H

3-2 W, 7-2 L, 3-4 L, 2-5 W, 5-2 W, 6-1

South Carolina 6/7/1979 N 3/20/1981 N 3/18/1982 A 2/15/1987 N 3/7/1988 H 3/12/1990 H 3/18/1991 A 3/11/1992 H 3/16/1993 A 4/15/1994 H 3/15/1995 A 3/5/1996 H 3/17/1997 A 3/12/1998 H 3/17/1999 A 3/7/2000 H 3/18/2001 A

3-14 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 L, 2-7 L, 4-5 L, 4-5 L, 1-5 L, 2-6 L, 0-8 L, 1-5 L, 0-6 L, 0-6 L, 2-7 L, 2-7 W, 6-3 L, 1-8 W, 5-4 W, 4-3

Southeastern La. 1-0 3/26/1993 H W, 6-1

53


History Southern California 0-2 1/23/2004 A L, 1-6 3/23/2005 A L, 3-4

54

Stanford 6/6/1978 N 6/4/1980 N 1/26/2004 A 5/19/2006 A

0-4 L, 3-6 L, 2-7 L, 0-7 L, 0-4

2/3/2002 5/10/2002 3/4/2003 2/17/2005 3/9/2006 2/22/2007 5/12/2007 2/16/2008 3/5/2009

H N A H A A N H A

L, 3-4 W, 4-1 L, 3-4 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 L, 2-5 L, 1-4 W, 4-3 W, 4-3

Tarleton State 1/23/2002 A

1-0 W, 7-0

Texas A&M-Comm. 1-0 4/28/1979 A W, 7-2

Tennessee 2/13/1987 N 2/5/1989 N 3/17/1990 H

1-2 W, 8-1 L, 2-7 L, 1-8

Texas 2/10/1979 A 3/20/1980 N 2/27/1981 H 5/13-20/1981 L, 2-5 3/2/1982 A 3/30/1983 H 4/10/1984 A 4/5/1985 H 3/4/1986 A 3/24/1987 H 4/10/1988 A 2/28/1989 H 4/8/1990 A 4/2/1991 H 4/21/1991 N 2/29/1992 A 4/19/1992 N 3/9/1993 H 3/2/1994 A 3/28/1995 H 2/24/1996 A 5/13/2001 A 5/11/2002 A 5/13/2006 H 2/9/2008 A

4-21 L, 1-8 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 N W, 5-4 L, 0-9 L, 2-7 L, 0-9 L, 3-6 L, 2-7 L, 1-5 L, 4-5 L, 1-6 W, 5-4 L, 1-6 L, 0-9 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 L, 0-9 L, 0-5 L, 0-9 L, 1-4 L, 2-4 W, 4-0 L, 2-5

Texas Tech 9/30/1977 H 2/22/1979 N 3/21/1979 H 3/19/1980 H 3/18/1981 H 3/7/1982 A 3/12/1983 H 3/31/1984 A 3/30/1985 H 2/14/1986 A 4/4/1987 H 2/19/1988 A 4/14/1989 H 2/16/1990 A 3/29/1991 H 4/19/1991 N 2/15/1992 A 4/18/1992 N 4/9/1993 H 4/23/1993 H 2/26/1994 A 4/14/1995 H 3/2/1996 A 3/27/1998 H 2/15/2002 A 3/1/2008 H 2/26/2009 A

25-2 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 6-3 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 5-0 W, 5-4 W, 5-1 W, 7-2 W, 6-0 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 5-2 W, 7-0 L, 3-4

Texas A&M 2/21/1976 H 2/14/1978 A 5/15/1979 N 4/12/1979 H 11/17/1979 N 5/16/1980 N 3/27/1981 A 4/3/1982 H 4/28/1982 N 4/15/1983 H 3/23/1984 H 4/2/1985 A 4/18/1986 H 3/4/1987 A 4/6/1988 H 4/8/1989 A 4/3/1990 H 4/7/1991 A 4/11/1992 H 2/27/1993 A 4/24/1993 H 4/1/1994 H 3/30/1995 A 3/30/1996 H 4/20/1996 H 2/13/1997 A 4/9/1998 H 2/26/1999 A 3/4/2000 H 2/13/2001 A

22-17 L, 4-5 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 8-1 L, 4-5 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 L, 4-5 L, 2-7 L, 1-5 W, 8-1 W, 5-1 W, 6-3 L, 1-5 L, 2-7 L, 3-5 L, 3-6 L, 0-5 W, 5-4 L, 4-5 L, 1-5 W, 5-4 L, 3-4

Texas-Arlington 2/8/1995 H 2/13/1996 A 2/1/1997 H 2/18/1998 A 2/23/1999 H 2/8/2000 A 4/19/2001 H 4/8/2002 A 3/26/2003 H 4/7/2004 A 2/10/2005 H 4/20/2006 A 2/20/2007 H

13-0 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 7-0 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 W, 6-1 W, 5-0 W, 6-1 W, 4-0 W, 5-2

Texas-Pan American 4-0 2/23/1995 H W, 9-0 2/10/1996 H W, 7-0 2/1/1997 H W, 7-2 1/30/1998 H W, 9-0 Texas-Permian Basin 6-1 2/16/1976 N L, 0-6 4/18/1980 H W, 5-4 2/7/1981 H W, 9-0 3/8/1982 A W, 7-2 3/10/1983 H W, 8-1 3/30/1984 A W, 6-3 3/13/1986 H W, 7-2 Texas-San Antonio 4-0 2/28/1982 A W, 9-0 2/16/1991 H W, 6-3 4/15/1993 H W, 6-3 3/23/1995 H W, 7-2

Texas State 2/8/1985 H 4/3/1987 H 3/20/1990 A 3/12/1996 H 2/5/2005 H 2/20/2007 H

6-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 6-1 W, 7-0 W, 5-2

Texas Wesleyan 13-0 1972 — W, 5-0 10/15/1975 H W, 5-2 2/25/1976 H W, 5-1 9/27/1977 H W, 6-0 11/18/1977 H W, 7-0 3/1/1978 A W, 9-0 4/3/1978 H W, 9-0 1978 — W, 10-0 2/15/1979 H W, 7-0 9/26/1979 H W, 10-0 2/24/1981 H W, 9-0 3/8/1983 H W, 8-1 2/16/1984 H W, 9-0 Texas Woman’s 2/12/1976 H 2/25/1978 A

2-0 W, 5-1 W, 9-0

Trinity 3/3/1979 A 4/19/1980 H 5/19/1980 N 4/15/1981 H 3/1/1982 A 4/30/1983 H 4/7/1984 A 4/19/1984 H 4/20/1985 H 4/9/1988 A 4/2/1989 H 3/21/1990 A 3/2/1991 H

3-10 L, 1-8 L, 1-8 W, 5-4 L, 1-8 L, 1-8 L, 1-8 L, 0-4 L, 0-9 L, 2-7 L, 4-5 W, 5-4 L, 0-9 W, 8-1

Tulane 3/16/1976 A 2/2/1979 N 5/11/1979 N 2/1/1980 H 3/22/1988 A 3/12/1995 A 2/13/1999 H 4/8/2000 H 2/10/2001 H 3/9/2002 A 4/20/2002 H 3/7/2003 H 4/15/2003 A 2/15/2004 A 4/18/2004 N 4/9/2005 H 4/24/2005 H 5/14/2005 A

10-8 W, 6-5 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 6-3 L, 3-6 W, 8-1 W, 4-2 W, 4-3 W, 4-0 L, 2-5 L, 0-4 L, 3-4 L, 1-4 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 3-4

Tulsa 3/3/1992 H 2/12/1995 A 2/17/1996 H 2/7/1997 A 4/23/1997 A 2/27/1998 H 3/31/2000 H 4/30/2000 H 3/2/2001 A 4/28/2001 N 4/13/2002 H 3/28/2003 A 2/28/2004 H 2/27/2005 A

14-3 W, 6-0 W, 7-1 W, 7-0 W, 5-1 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 L, 4-5 W, 5-3 W, 6-1 W, 4-1 W, 5-1 L, 3-4 W, 6-1 W, 5-2

2/11/2006 H 5/9/2008 N 5/9/2009 N

W, 6-1 L, 3-4 W, 4-1

Tyler JC 4/17/1978 H 2/13/1979 A 2/5/1980 H 2/25/1981 H 2/22/1983 H 9/27/1983 H 9/25/1984 H

7-0 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 6-3 W, 6-3

UC Irvine 3/9/1987 A

1-0 W, 9-0

UC Santa Barbara 3/25/1982 N 3/11/1987 A 1/28/1994 N 4/16/2000 H

3-1 W, 5-1 W, 7-2 L, 1-5 W, 9-0

UCLA 1/28/1988 N

0-1 L, 2-7

UNLV 4/11/1990 H 4/24/1997 N 4/14/2006 N 4/1/2007 H 4/27/2007 N 4/4/2008 A 4/26/2008 H 3/28/2009 N 4/25/2009 N

4-5 L, 4-5 L, 2-5 W, 5-2 W, 5-2 L, 2-4 W, 4-3 L, 2-4 L, 3-4 W, 4-1

U.S. International 0-2 2/24/1985 H L, 4-5 3/15/1989 H L, 4-5 USF 6/5/1979 N 3/19/1986 A 3/25/2001 A 4/16/2004 N 3/14/2007 N

2-3 L, 3-6 L, 2-7 W, 5-2 W, 4-1 L, 3-4

Utah 3/6/1981 N 2/24/1990 A 3/17/2002 A 3/19/2003 H 4/8/2006 N 4/6/2007 A 4/12/2008 N 4/25/2008 H 4/3/2009 H 4/24/2009 N

10-0 W, 7-2 W, 5-4 W, 7-0 W, 5-0 W, 7-0 W, 5-2 W, 7-0 W, 4-0 W, 6-1 W, 4-1

UTEP 3/24/1986 H 3/10/1995 H 4/12/1997 N 3/16/1998 A 4/16/1999 H 3/26/2000 A 2/17/2001 H

7-0 W, 9-0 W, 5-1 W, 7-1 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 W, 7-2 W, 4-3

Vanderbilt 5/3/1996 N 2/2/2006 N 2/3/2007 N

1-2 L, 1-5 W, 4-3 W, 5-2

Virginia 3/23/1994 A 3/10/2004 H 3/15/2006 A

2-3 L, 2-5 W, 5-2 L, 3-4

2 010 T C U W o m e n ’ s T e n n i s

3/16/2008 H 1/24/2009 A

W, 6-1 L, 3-4

Va. Commonwealth 2-1 5/19/2000 N L, 1-5 3/23/2007 H W, 6-1 3/8/2008 A W, 4-3 Wake Forest 3/9/1989 H 3/9/1990 H 3/21/1994 A 3/6/2008 A

3-1 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 L, 0-6 W, 5-2

Washington 6/4/1979 N 3/25/2000 N 4/2/2006 H

3-0 W, 9-0 W, 6-3 W, 7-0

Washington State 1-0 3/19/1996 N W, 6-3 West Texas A&M 3/11/1983 H 3/10/1984 H 2/27/1985 H

3-0 W, 8-1 W, 9-0 W, 9-0

West Texas State See West Texas A&M Wichita State 3/12/1984 H 3/11/1986 H 3/16/1988 H

3-0 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 W, 9-0

William & Mary 4/17/2005 H 3/17/2006 A 2/24/2008 H 1/25/2009 A

3-1 W, 6-1 L, 2-5 W, 4-3 W, 6-1

Wisconsin 3/22/1979 H 3/26/1988 H 4/14/1990 H

2-1 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 L, 4-5

Wyoming 3/12/2001 H 3/24/2006 H 4/26/2006 N 4/15/2007 N 4/26/2007 N 3/30/2008 H 4/24/208 H 4/10/2009 N

8-0 W, 7-0 W, 7-0 W, 4-0 W, 7-0 W, 4-0 W, 5-2 W, 4-0 W, 7-0

Yale 3/10/1981 H

0-1 L, 4-5


History YEAR Spring ’72* 1972-73* 1973-74* 1974-75* 1975-76* 1976-77* 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Total

HEAD COACH WON Janet Murphy 1 ——————— — ——————— — ——————— — Kenny McMillian 9 Debbie Highnote 3 Dean White^ 20 Dean White^ 23 Betty Sue Wert 27 Paul Blankenship 24 John Johnson 25 Karl Richter^ 13 Roland Ingram^ 26 Roland Ingram 29 Roland Ingram 24 Roland Ingram 18 Roland Ingram 12 Roland Ingram 17 Roland Ingram 13 Roland Ingram 22 Roland Ingram 13 Roland Ingram 13 Roland Ingram 4 Roland Ingram 9 Roland Ingram 15 Roland Ingram 17 Roland Ingram 17 Roland Ingram 11 Roland Ingram 21 Roland Ingram 21 Roland Ingram 21 Dave Borelli 11 Dave Borelli 17 Dave Borelli 21 Dave Borelli 23 Jefferson Hammond 17 Jefferson Hammond 20 Jefferson Hammond 17 38 Years 594

LOST 0 — — — 5 0 5 8 8 6 7 9 5 7 6 7 11 9 15 7 8 7 16 12 11 8 7 8 5 4 5 10 8 5 7 11 6 11 264

PCT 1.000 — — — .643 1.000 .800 .742 .771 .800 .781 .591 .839 .806 .800 .720 .522 .654 .464 .759 .619 .650 .200 .429 .577 .680 .708 .579 .808 .840 .808 .524 .680 .808 .767 .607 .769 .607 .692

RANKING —— —— —— —— —— —— —— 17th AIAW 15th AIAW 20th WITCA —— —— —— —— 25th ITCA 22nd ITCA 23rd ITCA —— —— 24th ITCA —— —— —— —— —— 44th ITA 31st ITA 51st ITA 24th ITA 22nd ITA 28th ITA 56th ITA 28th ITA 19th ITA 15th ITA 38th ITA 26th ITA 29th ITA 12 top 25

CONFERENCE NCAA# HONORS —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— AIAW/USTA Participant —— —— AIAW/USTA Participant —— —— AIAW Participant —— —— AIAW Participant —— —— —— —— —— —— T-7th —— —— 3rd —— —— 6th —— —— T-4th —— —— 2nd —— —— T-3rd —— —— 4th —— —— T-5th —— —— 1st —— SWC Champions 2nd —— —— 2nd —— —— T-6th —— —— T-6th —— —— 6th 1st Round —— T-5th 1st Round —— T-5th 1st Round —— 3rd —— —— 1st 1st Round WAC Champions 1st 2nd Round WAC Champions 1st 2nd Round C-USA Champions 2nd —— —— 2nd 1st Round —— 2nd 2nd Round —— 1st Sweet 16 MWC Champions T-1st 1st Round MWC Regular Season 1st 1st Round MWC Regular Season 1st 2nd Round MWC Champions 8 first place 12 showings 8 conf titles

* Records are incomplete or missing. The TCU Athletics Media Relations Office is currently attempting to fill in missing information regarding the women’s tennis program’s history. Anyone with information or statistics is encouraged to call (817) 257-7969. ^ Tut Bartzen was considered the head coach from 1977-78 to 1983-84, however, his assistants were primarily in charge of the team. His assistants, therefore, during those seasons are listed as the head coaches. Roland Ingram was the first full-time women’s coach for TCU beginning with the 1984-85 season. # NCAA conducted its first national championship event for the1981-82 season.

Coaching Breakdown Head Coach At TCU Years Won Lost Janet Murphy 1972-?? — 1 0 Kenny McMillian 1975-76 1 9 5 Debbie Highnote 1976-77 1 3 0 Dean White 1977-79 2 43 13 Betty Sue Wert 1979-80 1 27 8 Paul Blankenship 1980-81 1 24 6 John Johnson 1981-82 1 25 7 Karl Richter 1982-83 1 13 9 Roland Ingram 1983-02 19 323 158 Dave Borelli 2002-2006 4 72 30 Jefferson Hammond 2006-09 3 54 28 Total 38 594 264

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Pct. 1.000 .643 1.000 .768 .771 .800 .781 .591 .672 .706 .659 .692

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History Over the years, several Horned Frogs have earned numerous honors both on the court and in the classroom. In total, 55 players have been honored 194 times with such distinctions as All-America, all-conference and academic All-America. TCU has seen nine Frogs — who are pictured on the next page — earn All-America acclaim with Ana Cetnik, Lucie Dvorakova, Nicole Leimbach, Nina Munch-Soegaard, Tory Plunkett, Rene Simpson, Anna Sydorska, Story Tweedie-Yates and Daria Zoldakova. All six returning Frogs from last season earned honors in 2007-08. Additionally, 23 players have earned all-conference accolades and 35 have achieved academic praise. Tweedie-Yates, Saber Pierce and Sydorska are the most decorated Horned Frogs with 11 honors during their careers.

PATY ABURTO - C-USA All-Decade Team, 2005 - WAC Freshman of the Year, 2001 - C-USA First Team, 2002, 2003, 2004 - All-WAC Singles First Team, 2001 - Outstanding Doubles Team of the C-USA Championship, 2003 ALEXANDRA ALLIN - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2005 IVONNE ANDRADE - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002, 2003 MARIA BABANOVA - MWC All-Academic Team, 2008, 2009 NATALIE BALAFOUTIS - SWC No. 4 Singles Champion, 1996 - SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1996 - Academic All-WAC Team, 1998 ANGELA BARTZEN - TAIAW Doubles Champion, 1981 LISA BEARD - SWC No. 4 Singles Champion, 1993 - SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1993 - SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1991, 1992 DEBBIE BELL - All-WAC Doubles Team, 2000 - Academic All-WAC Team, 2000 MELISSA BERE - MWC All-Academic team, 2008 HELENA BESOVIC - ITA Southwest Region Player to Watch, 2005 - ITA Southwest Regional Singles Champion, 2004 - ITA Southwest Regional Doubles Champion, 2005 - C-USA First Team, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2005 - All-MWC Singles Team, 2006 - All-MWC Doubles Team, 2006 - ITA Southwest Region Senior of the Year, 2006 - ITA Senior Player of the Year, 2006 PAIGE BROWN - CoSIDA Academic All-District VI, 2005 - ITA Scholar-Athlete, 2004, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2004, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2004, 2005

ANA CETNIK - All-MWC Singles Team, 2006, 2007 - All-MWC Doubles, Team, 2006, 2007 - ITA Doubles All-American, 2005, 2007 - ITA All-Star Team, 2007 - C-USA First Team, 2005 - C-USA Second Team, 2004 - Outstanding Doubles Team of the C- USA Championship, 2004 PAMELA CRUZ - SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1993 KAYLA DUNCAN - All-MWC Singles Team, 2009 - All-MWC Doubles Team, 2009 - MWC All-Academic Team, 2009 LUCIE DVORAKOVA - ITA Doubles All-American, 2000 - All-WAC Singles Team, 1999, 2000 - All-WAC Doubles Team, 1999, 2000 - Academic All-WAC Team, 1998 KATRIN GABER - C-USA First Team, 2002 - All-WAC Singles First Team, 2001 - All-WAC Doubles Second Team, 2001 MACALL HARKINS - All-MWC Singles Team, 2008, 2009 - All-MWC Doubles Team, 2008 - MWC All-Academic Team, 2008, 2009 - MWC Scholar Athlete, 2009 - ITA Southwest Regional Doubles Champion, 2008 - ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award, 2009 DEE DEE HERRING - Academic All-WAC Team, 1998 IDUNN HERTZBERG - All-MWC Doubles Team, 2008 JONALEA HILEMAN - C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2003 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2003 KAREN HOOSON - All-SWC Singles Team, 1990, 1991 - All-SWC Doubles Team, 1991 - SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1991 DORRIT HUPPES - All-WAC Singles Team, 2000 - All-WAC Doubles Team, 2000 - Academic All-WAC Team, 2000 KARINE IONESCO - MWC All-Academic team, 2007 LIZZY KENFIELD - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2003, 2004

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ANNIKA KJELLGREN - SWC No. 3 Singles Champion, 1995 - Academic All-WAC Team, 1997, 1998 JESSIKA KJELLGREN - Academic All-WAC Team, 1998, 2000 NICOLE LEIMBACH - All-MWC Singles Team, 2006 - ITA Singles All-American, 2006 - Riviera/ITA All-American Champs. Singles Champion, 2006 - ITA All-American Championship Singles Champion, 2005 GABBY LOPEZ - Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar, 2007 - MWC All-Academic team, 2007 - ITA Scholar-Athlete, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2004, 2005 GLORIANN LOPEZ - ITA/Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award, 2006 - ITA Scholar-Athlete, 2004, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2004, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2004, 2005 KARLA MANCINAS - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 TERI ANN MARTIN - All-SWC Singles Team, 1991-93 - All-SWC Doubles Team, 1993 - SWC No. 3 Singles Champion, 1991 LINDSAY MCBRIDE - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2005 ANDREA MORGADO - Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar, 2008, 2007 - MWC All-Academic team, 2007 - All-MWC Doubles Team, 2006 - ITA Scholar-Athlete, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2005 NINA MUNCH-SOEGAARD - ITA Singles All-American, 2009 - Wilson/ITA Southwest Regional Singles Champion, 2008 - Texas Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame Tennis Player of the Year, 2007, 2008 - All-MWC Singles Team, 2007, 2008 - ITA Southwest Region Player to Watch, 2008 - MWC Freshman of the Year, 2007 LORI NELSON - TAIAW Doubles Champion, 1981


History KEWA NICHOLS - MWC All-Academic Team, 2008 - All-MWC Singles Team, 2007 - C-USA Third Team, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2005 ASA NORINDER - SWC All-Academic Team, 1995 MARGOT VAN OVERLOOP - All-SWC Doubles Team, 1989, 1991 - SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1991 ROSA PEREZ - C-USA First Team, 2003 - C-USA Third Team, 2002 - Outstanding Doubles Team of the C-USA Championship, 2003 SABER PIERCE - C-USA Second Team, 2004 - C-USA Third Team, 2002, 2003 - Outstanding Doubles Team of the C-USA Championship, 2004 - ITA Scholar-Athlete, 2004 - C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2003, 2004 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002, 2003, 2004 - Academic All-WAC Team, 2001 RENEE PINKENBURG - C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2002 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002 TORY PLUNKETT - ITCA Doubles All-American, 1988 - All-SWC Singles Team, 1988 - All-SWC Doubles Team, 1988, 1989 MOLLY PURDY - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002, 2003, 2005 REBECCA REYNOLDS - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002, 2003 KAROLINA ROUBICKOVA - All-WAC Doubles Second Team, 2001 - Academic All-WAC Team, 2001 STACEY SABALA - Academic All-WAC Team, 1998, 2000 BRENNA SCHACKELFORD - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002, 2003, 2004 - Academic All-WAC Team, 2000, 2001 RENE SIMPSON - TCU Letterman’s Hall of Fame, 2009 - ITCA Singles All-American, 1988 - ITCA Doubles All-American, 1988 - ITCA Southwest Region Senior Player of the Year, 1988 - All-SWC Singles Team, 1988 - All-SWC Doubles Team, 1988 - SWC No. 1 Singles Champion, 1988

LEIGH ANN SMITH - All-SWC Doubles Team, 1993 CHRISTINA STANGELAND - SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1993 ELLIE STARK - SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1993 - SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1991 CAMILLA SVENNSON - SWC No. 5 Singles Champion, 1989 ANNA SYDORSKA - ITA Doubles All-American, 2007 - All-MWC Singles Team, 2006-09 - All-MWC Doubles Team, 2006-08 - MWC All-Academic Team, 2008, 2009 - MWC Scholar Athlete, 2009 - MWC Freshman of the Year, 2006 - ITA All-Star Team, 2007 - ITA Southwest Region Freshman of the Year, 2006 - ITA Rookie of the Year, 2006 - ITA Southwest Regional Doubles Champion, 2005, 2008 NANCY TERRELL - SWC No. 5 Singles Champion, 1991 - SWC No. 3 Doubles Champion, 1992 - Volvo Academic Scholar Team, 1991 KATARIINA TUOHIMAA - All-MWC Singles Team, 2008, 2009 - All-MWC Doubles Team, 2008, 2009 - MWC All-Academic Team, 2008, 2009 - MWC Scholar Athlete, 2009 STORY TWEEDIE-YATES - ITA Singles All-American, 2005 - ITA Doubles All-American, 2005 - ITA Southwest Region Senior Player of the Year, 2005 - C-USA Player of the Year, 2005 - C-USA First Team, 2005 - Outstanding Singles Player of the C-USA Championship, 2005 - CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team, 2005 - CoSIDA Academic All-District VI Team, 2005 - ITA Scholar-Athlete, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, 2005 - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2005 DEIRDRE WALSH - All-SWC Singles Team, 1995, 1996 - SWC No. 2 Doubles Champion, 1996 - Academic All-WAC Team, 1997 - SWC All-Academic Team, 1996

TCU All-Americans Nina Munch-Soegaard 2009

Anna Sydorska 2007

Ana Cetnik 2007, 2005

Nicole Leimbach 2006

Story Tweedie-Yates 2005

Lucie Dvorakova 2000

Daria Zoldakova 2000

Tory Plunkett 1988

EMILY WATERS - C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 2002, 2003 DARIA ZOLDAKOVA - ITA Doubles All-American, 2000 - All-WAC Doubles Team, 1999, 2000

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History USTA Championships (Discontinued after 1978)

1977 — Tempe, Ariz. Janie Bowen, singles R128: def. Leslie Holmquist, New Mexico, 6-2, 6-2 R64: def. Julie Sanderson, Odessa College, 6-1, 6-2 R32: lost Sue Boyle, Arizona State, 6-4, 6-1 Marilyn Graham, singles R128: lost Gretchen Galt, USC, 6-1, 6-1

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1978 — San Antonio, Texas 4 Singles, 2 Doubles Angela Bartzen, singles R128: def. Brenda Hook, Northeast Louisiana, 6-1, 6-2 R64: lost Sheila McInerney, USC, 6-1, 6-2 Janie Bowen, singles R128: def. Diane Langenfeld, Stephens College, 6-0, 6-0 R64: lost Stacy Bowman, Trinity, 6-1, 6-1 Marilyn Graham, singles R128: lost Nancy Fudemberg, Stephens College, 6-4, 6-2 Patty Piesner, singles R128: lost Anne Vento, Arizona State, 7-5, 6-3 Angela Bartzen and Janie Bowen, doubles R64: def. McVhail/Whittenberg, Colorado, 6-0, 6-1 R32: lost Galloway/Jones, San Diego State, 5-7, 6-3, 6-0 Marilyn Graham and Patty Piesner, doubles R64: Bye R32: lost Hallquist/McInerney, USC, 6-3, 7-5

AIAW Championships (Discontinued after 1982)

1977 — Baton Rouge, La. Janie Bowen, singles R128: def. Kappie Clark, Virginia, 6-7, 6-4, 6-2 R64: lost Gretchen Galt, USC, 6-4, 6-0

1 Singles

1978 — Salisbury, Md. Angela Bartzen, singles R64: def. Barbara Johnston, Drake, 7-6, 6-3 R32: lost Julie Pressly, Florida, 6-0, 6-3

1 Singles

1979 — Iowa City, Iowa Angela Bartzen and Janie Bowen, doubles R32: lost Bell/O’Brien, UCLA, 6-1, 6-2

1 Doubles

1980 — Baton Rouge, La. 1 Singles, 1 Doubles Lori Nelson, singles R64: lost (#9-16 seed) Anna Maria Fernandez, USC, 6-2, 6-3 Angela Bartzen and Janie Bowen, doubles R32: def. Eggen/Rodgers, Montana State, 6-0, 6-4 R16: lost (#1 seed) Piatek/Steinmetz, Trinity, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 1982 — Iowa City, Iowa 2 Singles, 1 Doubles Cynthia Hill, singles R32: lost Barrie Bulmore, California, 7-6(3), 6-0 Lori Nelson, singles R32: lost Betsy Heidenberger, North Carolina, 6-3, 7-6(2) (#1 seed) Cynthia Hill and Lori Nelson, doubles R16: lost Brown/Heidenberger, North Carolina, 6-2, 1-6, 6-3

NCAA Championships 1986 — Austin, Texas Rene Simpson, singles R64: lost (#4 seed) Heliane Steden, USC, 6-2, 3-6, 7-5

1 Singles

1987— Los Angeles, Calif. 2 Singles, 1 Doubles Teresa Dobson, singles R64: def. Marisa Sanchez, Pepperdine, 6-3, 6-4 R32: lost (#9-16 seed) Jennifer Santrock, SMU, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 Rene Simpson, singles R64: def. Kelly Mulvihill, Indiana, 6-2, 6-2 R32: lost (#2 seed) Beverly Bowes, Texas, 6-2, 6-1 Teresa Dobson and Rene Simpson, doubles R32: lost Price/Wood, Oklahoma State, 6-2, 6-3

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1988 — Los Angeles, Calif. 2 Singles, 1 Doubles Tory Plunkett, singles R64: lost (#9-16 seed) Lisa Green, Stanford, 6-3, 6-2 (#9-16 seed) Rene Simpson, singles R64: def. Michelle Mras, Utah, 6-4, 6-3 R32: def. Michelle Taylor, BYU, 6-0, 6-2 R16: lost (#8 seed) Anne Grousbeck, Texas, 6-3, 7-5 Rene Simpson and Tory Plunkett, doubles R32: lost (#5-8 seed) Emmons/Urban, UCLA, 6-3, 6-2 1989 — Gainesville, Fla. Margot van Overloop and Tory Plunkett, doubles R32: lost Bergan/Rojohn, Arizona State, 7-6(3), 7-6(4) 1993 — Gainesville, Fla. Teri Ann Martin, singles R64: lost Maggie Simkova, USC, 6-1, 7-5

1 Doubles

1 Singles

2000 — Malibu, Calif. 1 Doubles (#5-8 seed) Lucie Dvorakova and Daria Zoldadova, doubles R32: lost Dascoli/Rincon, Ohio State, 6-3, 6-2 2004 — Athens, Ga. Paty Aburto, singles R64: lost Shadisha Robinson, Georgia, 6-3, 3-6, 6-2

1 Singles

2005 — Athens, Ga. 2 Singles, 1 Doubles Helena Besovic, singles R64: def. (#9-16 seed) Daniela Bercek, UCLA, 7-6(2), 6-4 R32: lost Audra Falk, Vanderbilt, 6-4, 6-3 (#9-16 seed) Story Tweedie-Yates, singles R64: def. Anca Anastasiu, USC, 6-2, 5-7, 6-4 R32: def. Maja Kovacek, New Mexico, 6-2, 7-6(3) R16: def. Theresa Logar, Stanford, 6-3, 6-1 QF: lost (#3 seed) Audra Cohen, Northwestern, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 Ana Cetnik and Story Tweedie-Yates, doubles R32: def. Coetzee/Hirsch, Wake Forest, 6-1, 6-3 R16: def. (#5-8 seed) Thompson/Thompson, UND, 6-1, 6-2 QF: def. (#3 seed) Banada/Bradley, Miami (Fla.), 6-3, 6-1 SF: lost Barnes/Burdette, Stanford, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 2006 — Stanford, Calif. Helena Besovic, singles R64: def. Danielle Steinberg, Arizona, 6-3, 6-1 R32: lost Theresa Logar, Stanford, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4 Nicole Leimbach, singles R64: def. Jenna Long, North Carolina, 6-2, 6-3 R32: lost Tatsiana Uvarova, VCU, 6-2, 6-0 Helena Besovic and Ana Cetnik, doubles R32: def. Dieskova/Olivos, Oregon, 7-6(3), 6-3 R16: lost Barnes/Yelsey, Stanford, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4

2 Singles, 1 Doubles

2007 — Athens, Ga. 1 Singles, 1 Doubles Ana Cetnik, singles R64: def. (#9-16 seed) Riza Zalameda, UCLA, 6-4, 6-3 R32: lost Nina Henkel, California, 6-2, 6-4 Ana Cetnik and Anna Sydorska, doubles R32: def. Banada/Farah, Miami, 6-4, 6-3 R16: def. Whoriskey/Zubor, Tennessee, 6-2, 6-4 QF: def. Dulgheru/Kosakowski, Pepperdine, 6-3, 7-5 SF: lost (#2 seed) Anundsen/Long, North Carolina, 6-2, 1-6, 6-3 2008 — Tulsa, Okla. Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska, doubles R32: def. McCray/Miller, Ga. Tech, 6-1, 7-6 (3) R16: lost (#3 seed) Buck/Tefft, Notre Dame, 0-6, 7-5, 6-3

1 Doubles

2009 — College Station, Texas 1 Singles, 1 Doubles (#9-16 seed) Nina Munch-Soegaard, singles R64: lost Laura Gioia, Furman, 6-4, 6-1 Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska, doubles R32: def. J. Alexander/Revzina, Florida, 7-5, 7-6 (4) R16: lost Bek/Hadziselimovic, Clemson, 7-6 (5), 6-4

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History All-American Championships 1987 — Myrtle Beach, S.C. Rene Simpson, singles R32: def. (#8 seed) Joni Urban, UCLA, 7-5, 6-3 R16: def. Kelly Mulvihill, Indiana, 7-5, 6-1 QF: lost (#2 seed) Sonia Hahn, Kentucky, 6-2, 6-2

1 Singles

2004 — Pacific Palisades, Calif. Story Tweedie-Yates, singles R32: def. (#8 seed) Aibika Kalsarieva, Kentucky, 6-2, 6-1 R16: def. Theresa Logar, Stanford, 6-3, 6-2 QF: lost Zerene Reyes, Florida, 1-6, 7-6(3), 6-4

1 Singles

2005 — Pacific Palisades, Calif. 2 Singles, 1 Doubles Helena Besovic, singles R32: def. Elena Gantcheva, UNLV, 6-1, 7-6(4) R16: lost Anne Yelsey, Stanford, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6(8) (#3 seed) Nicole Leimbach, singles, Champion R32: def. Kim Coventry, Kentucky, 6-2, 7-5 R16: def. Carolin Walter, Baylor, 6-3, 6-3 QF: def. (#7 seed) Kristi Miller, Georgia Tech, 7-5, 7-5 SF: def. Amanda Fink, USC, 6-4, 7-5 F: def. (#5 seed) Daniela Bercek, Duke, 6-3, 6-4 Ana Cetnik and Nicole Leimbach, doubles R16: lost (#1 seed) Basu/Robinson, Georgia, 8-3 2006 — Pacific Palisades, Calif. 1 Singles, 1 Doubles Anna Sydorska, singles R32: def. Sabrina Capannolo, Arizona, 1-6, 6-2, 7-6(9) R16: lost Anastasia Zhukova, UT-Chattanooga, 6-3, 5-7, 6-3 Ana Cetnik and Anna Sydorska, doubles R16: def. Ballard/Zhukova, UT-Chattanooga, 8-6 QF: lost Dulgheru/Kosakowski, Pepperdine, 8-6 2007 — Pacific Palisades, Calif. 3 Singles, 1 Doubles Anna Sydorska, singles R32: def. (#16 seed) Paula Mesterova, Loyola-Marymount, 7-5, 7-5 R16: lost Laura Goia, Furman, 6-2, 4-6, 6-0 Macall Harkins, singles R32: lost Sanaz Marand, North Carolina, 6-1, 6-1 Nina Munch-Soegaard, singles R32: lost Catherine Newman, Vanderbilt, 7-6 (6), 6-1 (#3 Seed) Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska, doubles R16: def. Bailly/Mizyuk, Nevada, 8-3 QF: lost Blalock/Wong, Cal Poly, 8-4 2008 — Pacific Palisades, Calif. 2 Singles, 1 Doubles Macall Harkins, singles R32: lost Chelsea Gullickson, Georgia, 6-1, 6-1 Nina Munch-Soegaard, singles R32: lost Venise Chan, Washington, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska, doubles R16: lost Haney/Koning, Auburn, 8-5

Indoor Championships 1988 — Minneapolis, Minn. Rene Simpson, singles R32: def. Allyson Cooper, UCLA, 6-3, 7-5 R16: lost (#2 seed) Shaun Stafford, Florida, 0-6, 6-2, 6-3 2000 — Dallas, Texas Lucie Dvorakova and Daria Zoldakova, doubles R16: lost Granville/Tokuda, Stanford, 6-3, 6-0 2004 — Ann Arbor, Mich. Helena Besovic, singles R32: lost (#1 seed) Audra Cohen, Northwestern, 7-6(5), 6-1 Story Tweedie-Yates, singles R32: def. Karin Coetzee, Wake Forest, 6-1, 6-1 R16: lost (#4 seed) Julie Coin, Clemson, 6-3, 6-3

1 Singles

1 Doubles

2 Singles

2005 — Columbus, Ohio 2 Singles, 1 Doubles Helena Besovic, singles R32: lost Ela Kaluder, Arkansas, 6-4, 6-3 (#1 seed) Nicole Leimbach, singles R32: def. Natalie Frazier, Georgia, 3-6, 6-2, 6-0 R16: lost Zuzana Cerna, Baylor, 6-3, 6-3 Helena Besovic and Anna Sydorska, doubles R16: def. Dickes/Dulgheru, Pepperdine, 8-4 QF: lost (#3 seed) Gersic/Kovacek, New Mexico, 8-5 2006 — Columbus, Ohio 1 Doubles Ana Cetnik and Anna Sydorska, doubles R16: def. (#1 seed) Thompson/Thompson (Notre Dame) 8-3 QF: def. Miccoli/Surkova, BYU, 8-4 SF: def. (#8 seed) Coventry/Schwenk, Kentucky, 8-3 F: lost (#2 seed) Moulton-Levy/Zoricic, William & Mary, 8-3 2007 — Columbus, Ohio Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska, doubles R16: def. Karavayeva/Kolkotsky, Fresno Pacific, 8-0 QF: def. (#3 seed) Miller/McCray, Georgia Tech, 8-6 SF: lost (#9 seed) Buck/Tefft, Notre Dame, 6-4, 6-3

1 Doubles

2008 — Charlottesville, Va. 1 Singles, 1 Doubles Nina Munch-Soegaard, singles R32: def. (#3 seed) Amanda McDowell, Georgia Tech, 6-3, 6-4 R16: def. Samantha Murray, Northwestern, 6-1, 7-6 (5) QF: def. Maria Sanchez, Southern California, 6-3, 2-6, 6-2 SF: lost (#1 seed) Aurelija Miseviciute, Arkansas, 6-4, 6-1 (#4 Seed) Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska, doubles R16: def. Fahoum/Haarhoff, Old Dominion, 8-5 QF: def. Corovic/Milic, Texas, 8-3 SF: lost (#9 seed) Frilling/Tefft, Notre Dame, 6-3, 6-4

Clay Court Championships (Discontinued after 2000)

1991 — Wilmington, N.C. Lisa Beard, singles R32: lost (#1 seed) Andrea Farley, Florida, 6-4, 6-0 Karen Hooson, singles R32: lost Gabrielle Villiger, Anderson, 6-3, 7-6

2 Singles

Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska entered the 2009 NCAA Doubles Championships ranked 39th nationally. The TCU duo upended Florida’s 25th-ranked pairing to advance to the round of 16 for the second-straight season.

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History Final Team Rankings

YEAR............................................................................................RANKING 1979.......................................................................................................................................... (AIAW) 17th 1980......................................................................................................................................... (AIAW) 15th 1981......................................................................................................................................(WITCA) 20th 1986.......................................................................................................................................... (ITCA) 25th 1987...........................................................................................................................................(ITCA) 22nd 1988.......................................................................................................................................... (ITCA) 23rd 1991.......................................................................................................................................... (ITCA) 24th 1997............................................................................................................................................... (ITA) 44th 1998................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 37th 1999................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 51st 2000.................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 26th 2001............................................................................................................................................... (ITA) 22nd 2002.................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 28th 2003.................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 56th 2004.................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 28th 2005.................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 19th 2006................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 15th 2007.................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 38th 2008................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 26th 2009................................................................................................................................................(ITA) 29th

Final Player Rankings YEAR PLAYER/PAIR RANKING 1982.............................................................Lori Nelson....................................................................47th 1984..............................................................Lila Hirsch.....................................................................35th 1986.........................................................Rene Simpson................................................................39th 1987..........................................................Rene Simpson................................................................26th 1987......................................................... Teresa Dobson...............................................................43rd 1987.................................Teresa Dobson and Rene Simpson.......................................33rd 1988.........................................................Rene Simpson................................................................12th 1988...........................................................Tory Plunkett..................................................................80th 1988.................................. Tory Plunkett and Rene Simpson............................................ 9th 1989...........................................................Nancy Terrell..................................................................90th 1989...........................Margot van Overloop and Tory Plunkett.................................. 21st 1990.........................................................Karen Hooson................................................................84th 1991.........................................................Karen Hooson................................................................ 78th 1993........................................................Teri Ann Martin............................................................... 70th 1995..........................................................Deirdre Walsh............................................................ 104th 2000....................................................... Lucie Dvorakova........................................................T-67th 2000.......................................................... Dorrit Huppes................................................................83rd 2000.............................Lucie Dvorakova and Daria Zoldakova...................................19th 2002............................................................. Paty Aburto............................................................... 106th 2002.........................................Paty Aburto and Rosa Perez...............................................28th 2003............................................................. Paty Aburto............................................................... 110th 2004............................................................. Paty Aburto...................................................................56th 2004........................................Ana Cetnik and Saber Pierce.............................................. 31st 2005...................................................Story Tweedie-Yates.........................................................11th 2005........................................................ Helena Besovic..............................................................38th 2005...............................Ana Cetnik and Story Tweedie-Yates.....................................15th 2006...................................................... Nicole Leimbach.............................................................19th 2006....................................................... Helena Besovic..............................................................29th 2006........................................................Anna Sydorska........................................................T110th 2006................................... Ana Cetnik and Helena Besovic..........................................13th 2006.............................. Helena Besovic and Anna Sydorska.....................................24th 2007.....................................Ana Cetnik and Anna Sydorska.............................................. 3rd 2007..............................................................Ana Cetnik....................................................................45th 2007.........................................................Anna Sydorska............................................................... 91st 2007................................................Nina Munch-Soegaard.................................................. 109th 2008...............................................Nina Munch-Soegaard.....................................................62nd 2008........................................................Anna Sydorska........................................................... 125th 2008............................... Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska......................................19th 2009...............................................Nina Munch-Soegaard.....................................................22nd 2009.........................................................Macall Harkins................................................................88th 2009............................... Macall Harkins and Anna Sydorska...................................... 31st

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Individual Records Rank 1. 2. 4. 5. 8.

SINGLE-SEASON VICTORIES — SINGLES Name W L Pct. Rene Simpson 42 8 .840 Helena Besovic 36 10 .783 Janie Bowen 36 10 .783 Rene Simpson 34 10 .773 Story Tweedie-Yates 32 5 .865 Tory Plunkett 32 14 .696 Lori Nelson 32 13 .711 Helena Besovic 31 9 .775 Teri Ann Martin 31 9 .775 Teresa Dobson 31 7 .816 Lila Hirsch 31 8 .795

Year 1987-88 2004-05 1979-80 1985-86 2004-05 1987-88 1979-80 2005-06 1990-91 1986-87 1981-82

Rank 1. 2. 5. 8. 10.

SINGLE-SEASON VICTORIES — DOUBLES Name W L Pct. Ana Cetnik 35 8 .814 Angela Bartzen 34 11 .756 Anna Sydorska 34 11 .756 Janie Bowen 34 12 .739 Lila Hirsch 31 7 .816 Angie Olmedo 31 7 .816 Lori Nelson 31 7 .816 Paige Brown 30 8 .789 Lucie Dvorakova 30 2 .938 Anna Sydorska 29 15 .659 Helena Besovic 29 9 .763 Tory Plunkett 29 10 .744 Rene Simpson 29 10 .744 Cynthia Hill 29 6 .829 Lori Nelson 29 6 .829 Cynthia Hill 29 9 .763

Year 2006-07 1979-80 2006-07 1979-80 1981-82 1981-82 1979-80 2004-05 1999-00 2008-09 2005-06 1987-88 1987-88 1981-82 1981-82 1979-80

SINGLE-SEASON COMBINED VICTORIES Name (Singles Record) W L Pct. Rene Simpson (42-8) 71 18 .798 Janie Bowen (36-10) 70 22 .761 Angela Bartzen (29-15) 63 26 .708 Lori Nelson (32-13) 63 20 .759 Lila Hirsch (31-8) 62 15 .805 Ana Cetnik (26-10) 61 18 .772 Tory Plunkett (32-14) 61 24 .718 Helena Besovic (31-9) 60 18 .769 Teresa Dobson (31-7) 59 13 .819 Story Tweedie-Yates (32-5) 58 11 .841 Rene Simpson (30-9) 58 15 .795

Year 1987-88 1979-80 1979-80 1979-80 1981-82 2006-07 1987-88 2005-06 1986-87 2004-05 1986-87

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

CAREER VICTORIES — SINGLES Name W L Pct. Rene Simpson 133 38 .778 Lucie Dvorakova 100 43 .699 Cynthia Hill 98 39 .715 Lori Nelson 97 36 .729 Teresa Dobson 96 41 .701 Angela Bartzen 90 42 .682 Lila Hirsch 86 42 .672 Paty Aburto 85 38 .691 Saber Pierce 85 30 .739 Teri Ann Martin 85 46 .649 Lauri Rapp 85 42 .669

Years 1984-88 1996-00 1978-82 1978-82 1983-87 1977-81 1980-84 2000-04 2000-04 1989-93 1982-86

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

CAREER VICTORIES — DOUBLES Name W L Pct. Anna Sydorska 106 43 .711 Lori Nelson 105 27 .795 Rene Simpson 99 28 .780 Ana Cetnik 96 27 .780 Karla Mancinas 93 36 .721 Paty Aburto 88 35 .715 Saber Pierce 88 34 .721 Cynthia Hill 88 29 .752 Angela Bartzen 86 26 .768 Lucie Dvorakova 85 21 .802

Years 2005-09 1978-82 1984-88 2004-07 2001-05 2000-04 2000-04 1978-82 1977-81 1996-00

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

CAREER COMBINED VICTORIES Name (Singles Record) W L Pct. Rene Simpson (133-38) 232 66 .779 Lori Nelson (97-36) 202 63 .762 Cynthia Hill (98-39) 186 68 .732 Lucie Dvorakova (100-43) 185 64 .743 Anna Sydorska (73-44) 179 87 .673 Teresa Dobson (96-41) 176 64 .733 Angela Bartzen (90-42) 176 68 .721 Ana Cetnik (79-29) 175 56 .758 Paty Aburto (85-38) 173 73 .703 Saber Pierce (85-30) 173 64 .730

Years 1984-88 1978-82 1978-82 1996-00 2005-09 1983-87 1977-81 2004-07 2000-04 2000-04

Rank 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

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History MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

2009 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

UNLV TCU San Diego State BYU New Mexico Utah Colorado State Wyoming Air Force

2008 1. 2. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TCU New Mexico UNLV Utah BYU San Diego State Colorado State Wyoming Air Force

2007 1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TCU BYU UNLV San Diego State New Mexico Utah Wyoming Colorado State Air Force

2006 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TCU BYU UNLV San Diego State New Mexico Utah Colorado State Air Force Wyoming CONFERENCE USA

2005 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11. 13.

Tulane TCU USF Houston DePaul UAB East Carolina Louisville Charlotte Southern Miss Cincinnati Memphis Marquette Saint Louis

2004 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 11. 13.

Tulane TCU Houston Louisville USF Charlotte DePaul Marquette Southern Miss Memphis East Carolina UAB Cincinnati Saint Louis

2003 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

Tulane TCU Louisville Houston East Carolina Memphis DePaul

9. 11. 13.

Marquette Charlotte Cincinnati South Florida UAB Saint Louis Southern Miss

2002 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 9. 11. 13.

TCU Marquette Tulane UAB Cincinnati South Florida East Carolina Houston DePaul Saint Louis Louisville Memphis Southern Miss Charlotte WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

2001 1. 2. 3. 5. 9.

TCU Fresno State SMU Tulsa Hawai’i Rice Nevada UTEP San Jose State

2000 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

TCU Tulsa Fresno State SMU Rice Hawai’i San Jose State UTEP

1999 1. 2. 3. 5. 9. 10. 11. 13.

Fresno State New Mexico TCU San Diego State BYU Rice UTEP Tulsa UNLV SMU Utah Colorado State Air Force Hawai’i San Jose State Wyoming

1998 1. 2. 3. 5. 9. 10. 11. 13.

BYU UNLV Fresno State New Mexico Tulsa TCU Rice San Diego State Utah UTEP Colorado State SMU Air Force Hawai’i San Jose State Wyoming

1997 1. San Diego State 2. BYU 3. New Mexico

5. 9. 10. 11. 13.

UNLV Fresno State SMU TCU Utah Rice Tulsa Wyoming UTEP Air Force Colorado State Hawai’i San Jose State

SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE 1996 Record 1. Texas* 2. Texas A&M Baylor 4. Rice 5. Houston 6. TCU SMU 8. Texas Tech

7-0 5-2 5-2 4-3 3-4 2-5 2-5 0-7

1995 1. Texas* 2. Rice Texas A&M 4. Baylor 5. SMU 6. Houston TCU 8. Texas Tech

Record 7-0 5-2 5-2 4-3 3-3 2-5 2-5 0-7

1994 1. Texas* 2. Rice 3. Texas A&M 4. Baylor 5. SMU 6. Texas Tech TCU Houston

Record 7-0 6-1 5-2 4-3 3-4 1-6 1-6 1-6

1989 1. Texas* 2. Texas A&M SMU 4. TCU 5. Arkansas 6. Rice Houston 8. Texas Tech 9. Baylor

Record 8-0 6-2 6-2 5-3 4-4 3-5 3-5 1-7 0-8

1988 1. SMU Texas* 3. Texas A&M TCU 5. Houston 6. Texas Tech 7. Arkansas 8. Rice 9. Baylor

Record 7-1 7-1 6-2 6-2 4-4 3-5 2-6 1-7 0-8

1987 SWC-Tourn-Total 1. Texas 53-23-76 2. TCU 54-11-65 3. SMU 54-10-64 4. Houston 41-7-48 5. Texas Tech 33-4-37 6. Arkansas 29-4-33 7. Rice 25-2-27 8. Texas A&M 24-2-26 9. Baylor 10-1-11 1986 SWC-Tourn-Total 1. Texas A&M 49-15-64 2. SMU 48-14-62 3. Texas 50-9-59 4. Houston 46-9-55 TCU 48-7-55 6. Texas Tech 36-2-36 7. Rice 24-7-31 8. Arkansas 15-0-15 9. Baylor 8-0-8 1985 SWC-Tourn-Total 1. Texas 68-14-82 2. SMU 42-13-55 3. Texas A&M 40-9-49 4. Houston 39-9-48 5. Rice 41-6-47 6. TCU 39-7-46 7. Texas Tech 27-6-33 8. Arkansas 23-1-24 9. Baylor 3-0-3

1993 Record 1. Texas* 2. TCU 3. Texas A&M 4. Baylor 5. Rice 6. SMU 7. Texas Tech 8. Houston

7-0 6-1 5-2 4-3 3-4 2-5 1-6 0-7

1992 Record 1. Texas* 2. TCU 3. Rice SMU 5. Baylor Texas A&M 7. Texas Tech 8. Houston

7-0 6-1 4-3 4-3 3-4 3-4 1-6 0-7

1984 SWC-Tourn-Total 1. Texas 65-20-85 2. SMU 64-15-79 3. TCU 43-7-50 4. Houston 35-6-41 5. Rice 34-7-41 6. Texas A&M 31-4-35 7. Texas Tech 28-2-30 8. Arkansas 24-2-26 9. Baylor 0-0-0

1991 1. TCU 2. Texas* 3. Arkansas 4. Texas A&M 5. Houston 6. SMU 7. Rice 8. Texas Tech 9. Baylor

Record 8-0 7-1 5-3 4-3 4-4 3-4 3-5 1-7 0-8

1983 SWC-Tourn-Total 1. Texas 64-20-84 2. Rice 50-10-60 3. Houston 44-8-52 4. SMU 39-11-50 5. Arkansas 43-4-47 6. Texas A&M 32-5-37 7. TCU 26-2-28 Texas Tech 25-3-28 9. Baylor 1-0-1

1990 1. Texas* 2. Houston 3. Texas A&M 4. SMU 5. Rice Arkansas TCU 8. Baylor Texas Tech

Record 8-0 7-1 6-2 4-4 3-5 3-5 3-5 1-7 1-7

* Tournament champion

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Note: The SWC used a point system to determine its champion until 1988. The WAC and C-USA did not conduct a regular-season schedule, therefore, standings are listed based on results from the conference tournament.

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History —FFFFF— Elizabeth Farris 1976-77 Susan Fraley 1976-77

Paty Aburto

—GGGGG— Katrin Gaber 2000-02 Marilyn Graham 1975-78 Sheila Gray 1984-88

—AAAAA— Aubrey Abbott 1987-89 Devon Abbott 1975-76 Paty Aburto 2000-04 Alexandra Allin 2004-06 Ivonne Andrade 2001-03 Shannon Armstrong 1990-94 Keri Ashford 1978-81 —BBBBB— Maria Babanova 2007-09 Natalie Balafoutis 1995-99 Angela Bartzen 1977-81 Lisa Beard 1990-93 Amy Beck 2005-08 Debbie Bell 1999-00 Melissa Beré 2004-08 Helena Besovic 2004-06 Anne Biggs 1972-73 Janie Bowen 1976-80 Melanie Breed 1987-88 Lynne Brew 1972-73 Paige Brown 2003-04 Charlotte Burgess 1994-95 Jackie Burrow 1976-80 —CCCCC— Martha Caero Allena Cano Ana Cetnik Jennifer Chay Ann Clark Kris Clevenger Pamela Cruz

1975-76 1994-95 2003-06 2003-04 1975-78 1986-88 1992-93

—DDDDD— Lynn Davis 1978-82 Chelsea Deakins 1991-92 Leonie DeLoryn 1995-96 Dana Dillard 1972 Teresa Dobson 1983-87 Kayla Duncan 2008-09 Lucie Dvorakova 1996-00

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—HHHHH— Emily Hanna 1972, 72-73 Macall Harkins 2007-09 Karen Harpstrite 1972-76 Sally Helland 1972, 72-73 Dee Dee Herring 1997-98 Idunn Hertzberg 2007-09 Michelle Herzig 1975-77 Debbie Highnote 1972-75 Cynthia Hill 1978-82 Lila Hirsch 1980-84 Karen Hooson 1988-92 Molly Hourigan 1982-85 Emily Howard 1994-95 Rhona Howett 1984-87 Dorrit Huppes 1999-00

Macall Harkins

—LLLLL— Dawn Lance Sue Langston Carol Lathrop Maribess Lehmann Nicole Leimbach Michelle Lind Angela Long Lidwien Loonen Gabby Lopez Gloriann Lopez Christina Losen

1977-78 1976-77 1983-85 1972-74 2005-06 1972 1987-88 1987-88 2003-06 2002-06 1982-83

—MMMMM— Maddux 1972 Allison Malm 1981-82 Karla Mancinas 2001-05 Teri Ann Martin 1989-93 Gaby Mastromarino 2008-09 Judy May 1975-76 Lindsay McBride 2004-06 Rita Mohrmann 1983-85 Tracy Moore 1981-82 Andrea Morgado 2004-08 Marilyn Morrell 1981-82 Siestke Mulder 1992-93 Nina Munch-Soegaard 2006-09 Suzy Mycoskie 1975-76 —NNNNN— Lori Nelson 1978-82 Kewa Nichols 2004-08 Rachel Niwa 1995-99 Asa Norinder 1993-95 —OOOOO— Marnie Ochoa 1983-87 Ann Oliver 1978-81 Angela Olmedo 1981-86

—IIIII— Karine Ionesco

2005-06

—JJJJJ— Iris Jaklin

2002-03

—KKKKK— Sandhya Kanury 2000-01 Lizzy Kenfield 2002-05 Tracy King 1987-88 Annika Kjellgren 1994-98 Jessika Kjellgren 1996-00

—PPPPP— Rosa Perez 2000-03 Patricia Petersen 1987-90 Saber Pierce 2000-04 Patty Piesner 1977-79 Renee Pinkenburg 2000-01, 01 Tory Plunkett 1987-89 Sally Podval 1989-90 Sharon Prendergast 1975-76 Molly Purdy 2001-05 —RRRRR— Claudia Ramirez 1989-93 Lauri Rapp 1982-86 Rebecca Reynolds 2000-04 Liza Riefkohl 1982-86 Trieste Ries 1982-84 Karolina Roubickova 2000-01 Mary Sue Rowan 1981-83

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—SSSSS— Stacey Sabala Brenna Shackelford Rene Simpson Leigh Ann Smith Maria Solomon Christina Stangeland Ellie Stark Camilla Svensson Anna Sydorska

1996-00 1999-03 1984-88 1989-93 1975-76 1992-96 1990-94 1988-90 2005-09

Rene Simpson

—TTTTT— Clare Tate Christina Tee Nancy Terrell Katariina Tuohimaa Story Tweedie-Yates

1986-87 1988-89 1988-92 2007-09 2004-05

—VVVVV— Margot van der Velden Margot van Overloop Luelen Vinson Patty Vital Barbara von Demleux

1986-87 1988-92 1988-90 1994-96 1979-81

—WWWWW— Dierdre Walsh 1993-97 Sinead Walsh 1996-97 Emily Waters 2000-03 Leoni Weirich 1998-02 Coryn Wilken 1993-95 Laura Worley 1992-94 —ZZZZZ— Daria Zoldakova 1996-00


Compliance Prospects

Who is a Prospective Student-Athlete (Prospect)? You are a prospect if you have started classes for the ninth grade. Before the ninth grade, you may become a prospect if a university provides you (or your family or friends) any financial aid or other benefit that is not usually provided to prospective student-athletes.

OFFICE OF ATHLETICS COMPLIANCE

How do I know if I’m being recruited? There are several ways to be recruited: (1) A coach may provide you with an official paid visit to view the campus, (2) a coach may arrange an in-person, off-campus meeting with you (or your family), or (3) a coach or staff member may call you (or your family) on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Only coaches and athletic department staff can be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at TCU. Please contact the coaching staff if you know of a prospect that may have the interest and ability to participate in intercollegiate athletics at TCU. The coach can then take appropriate action.

What is a Contact?

A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospect’s parent(s) or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs in excess of an exchange of greeting. NOTE: At the Division I level, athletic representatives (boosters) may not contact you for the purpose of recruiting. What can TCU offer you to attend? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement, or arrangements (e.g. cash, clothing, cars, gifts, loans, etc…) to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent. TCU may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. TCU can recommend that this aid is renewed each year, as is the general practice at the institution, but this renewal is not guaranteed.

Boosters

Who is a “booster”? A “booster” is known in NCAA terms as a “representative of the institution’s athletics interests.” You become a booster if: —you have ever been a member of any organization promoting TCU Athletics, —you have ever made any type of donation to the Frog Club, TCU Athletics or any other TCU booster organization, _—you have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes, _—you have ever assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, —you have promoted TCU Athletics in any other manner.

Andrea Nordmann Associate Director of Athletics – Compliance 817.257.6899 a.nordmann@tcu.edu John Cunningham Director of Compliance 817.257.5869 j.a.cunningham@tcu.edu Becky Holmes Assistant Director of Compliance 817.257.7068 r.holmes@tcu.edu Stephanie Key Administrative Assistant 817.257.7525 s.key@tcu.edu

CONTACT INFORMATION NCAA 700 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46206 317.917.6222 www.ncaa.org

Mountain West Conference 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200 Colorado Springs, CO 80921 719.488.4040 www.TheMWC.com Texas Christian University Office of Athletics Compliance 2800 Stadium Drive Fort Worth, TX 76129 www.gofrogs.com

NCAA Bylaw 13.02.12.1 mandates that when you become a booster, you retain that identity for the rest of your life. As a representative of TCU’s athletics interests, you are bound by NCAA rules. TCU is responsible for your actions.

INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL

“Institutional control” of Athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA rules. The NCAA constitution provides that each institution shall be responsible for ensuring that student-athletes, members of the institution’s staff and other individuals or groups that represent the institution’s athletics interests comply with all applicable NCAA regulations. Because of the complexity of NCAA rules, this document does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively.

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Media Info Media Information

The 2010 TCU women’s tennis media guide has been written to provide members of the media with statistics and information needed to adequately cover the Horned Frogs throughout the season. If this publication does not answer your questions or you need further assistance, please contact Jaime Handy in the TCU Athletics Media Relations office at (817) 257-5379. TCU looks foward to serving members of the media covering the Frogs during the 2010 season. If you will be attending a match at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center, please take a moment to read the items of media interest appearing below.

Mark Cohen

STATISTICAL SERVICES AND LIVE SCORING: Match statistics and results will be emailed back to the media relations office of visiting teams at the conclusion of the match. If no media relations representative is traveling with the visiting team, arrangements should be made in advance for additional services to be provided in his/ her absense. Results will be faxed to visiting SIDs by request only. Live scoring of all home matches is also available on TCU’s official athletics Web site, www.GoFrogs.com.

Andy Anderson

POST-MATCH AND OTHER INTERVIEWS: Interviews will be available following the match after a 10-minute cooling off period. Media wishing to interview coaches or any players other than on match days are required to set up interviews through Jaime Handy in the TCU Athletics Media Relations office. WEB SITE: All TCU women’s tennis information is available on the Web at the official home of TCU athletics, www.GoFrogs.com. All statistical information, along with an archive of the entire season’s game stories, game notes and press releases, can be found there. Live scoring is also available during all home matches on the Web.

Director

Football Women’s Golf

Assistant Director

Women’s Basketball Men’s Tennis

Joe Monaco Men’s Basketball Men’s Golf

Assistant Director

Brandie Davidson Volleyball Baseball

Matt Hoover

Assistant

Coordinator

Soccer Track and Field/Cross Country Equestrian

Jaime Handy

Graduate Assistant

Swimming and Diving Women’s Tennis

Media Outlets

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PRINT MEDIA Fort Worth Star-Telegram 400 W. 7th Street Fort Worth, Texas 76102 Phone: (817) 390-7760 Fax: (817) 390-7210

TELEVISION KDFW-TV (FOX–Channel 4) 400 N. Griffin Dallas, Texas 75202 Phone: (214) 720-3155 Fax: (214) 720-3263

KTVT-TV (CBS–Channel 11) 5233 Bridge Street Fort Worth, Texas 76103 Phone: (817) 451-1111 Fax: (817) 509-1063

RADIO TCU/ISP Sports Network TCU Box 297600 Fort Worth, Texas 76129 Phone: (817) 257-5462 Fax: (817) 257-7964

The Dallas Morning News Communications Center Dallas, Texas 75265 Phone: (214) 977-8444 Fax: (214) 651-0580

KXAS-TV (NBC–Channel 5) 3900 Barnett Street Fort Worth, Texas 76103 Phone: (817) 654-6321 Fax: (817) 654-6354

FOX SPORTS SOUTHWEST 100 East Royal Lane, Suite 200 Irving, Texas 75039 Phone: (972) 868-1436 Fax: (972) 868-1678

KESN (103.3 FM) 2221 E. Lamar Blvd. Suite 300 Arlington, Texas 76006 Phone: (817) 695-1820 Fax: (817) 695-3505

TCU Daily Skiff TCU Box 298050 Fort Worth, Texas 76129 Phone: (817) 257-7428 Fax: (817) 257-7133

WFAA-TV (ABC–Channel 8) 606 Young Dallas, Texas 75202 Phone: (214) 748-9631 Fax: (214) 977-6522

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HOME SWEET HOME Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center

Home of the TCU Women’s Tennis Program The Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center and Bernard J. “Tut” Bartzen Varsity Courts is considered one of the finest facilities in collegiate athletics. Completed in 1976 at a cost of more than $2-million, the home of the TCU women’s tennis program is located on the southwest corner of the TCU campus and features an indoor and outdoor tennis complex. The TCU tennis complex would not have been made possible had it not been for The Friedman Center, which was named after the late Bayard H. Friedman. The namesake of the TCU tennis complex served as the Chair of the Board of Trustees at TCU as well as served as the former mayor of Fort Worth. The Pro-Shop in the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center underwent a complete renovation in Fall 2009, compliments of the Mary Potishman Lard Endowment.

27 Total Courts | Five Indoor Courts Six Stadium Courts - 1,500 Seating Capacity


2010 TCU WOMEN’S TENNIS SCHEDULE 29 9 a.m. 30 TBA

JANUARY ITA National Team Championships Rd of 64 vs Vanderbilt Knoxville, TN Rd of 32 vs Tennessee or Texas Knoxville, TN

5 noon 12-15 TBA 17 6 p.m. 21 Noon 24 5 p.m. 27 Noon 28 Noon

FEBRUARY Stanford Fort Worth, TX ITA National Team Championships Rd of 16 – Finals Madison, WI SMU Fort Worth, TX Arkansas Fort Worth, TX Michigan Ann Arbor, MI Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL Auburn Auburn, AL

6 7 15 18 26 27

Noon Noon 1 p.m. 2 p.m. Noon 10 a.m.

MARCH Texas A&M Illinois Miami VCU Wichita State Notre Dame

Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, TX Coral Gables, FL Fort Worth, TX Wichita, KS Wichita, KS

2 10 a.m. 3 10 a.m. 4 10 A.m. 7 4 p.m. 9 Noon 10 Noon 17 10 a.m. 18 10 a.m. 18 4 p.m. 21 5 p.m. 28-May 1

APRIL Air Force* Fort Worth, TX Wyoming* Fort Worth, TX Senior Day Colorado State* Fort Worth, TX UC Irvine Irvine, CA San Diego State* Las Vegas, NV UNLV* Las Vegas, NV BYU* Albuquerque, NM Utah* Albuquerque, NM New Mexico* Albuquerque, NM Baylor Waco, TX Mountain West Championships Las Vegas, NV

14-16 20-24 25-31

MAY NCAA Team Regionals TBA NCAA Team Championships Athens, GA NCAA Individual Championships Athens, GA

TBA TBA TBA

* Denotes MWC match All Times Are Central Home Matches are in BOLD


2010 TCU Women's Tennis Media Guide