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As of this morning, we are officially sold out of season tickets for the 2012 football campaign. We are so proud of the TCU faithful! The new record-breaking total is 30,000 season tickets sold. Our nine-week renewal and reseating process officially ended last week with just over 24,200 seats sold. When combined with our suite and club seat sales from the fall, our season ticket number was 28,300. We then kicked off sales this week to the 1,400 individuals on our season ticket waiting list. This group purchased season seats in our "Frog Zone GA" area located in the South End Zone.

We apologize to those of you remaining on the waiting list. Please know our goal is to continue accommodating as many TCU fans as possible throughout this process. There is a strong possibility that a limited number of additional seats will become available after seats are physically installed and verified later this summer. If so, we will contact fans on our waiting list via email with specific instructions on how to secure seats. The TCU Athletics Ticket Office will assign these seats based on the priority levels mentioned previously. In fairness to the current season-ticket holders who were not able to choose any of the seats that might later become available, these seats will NOT be sold as season tickets. They will be assigned on a one-year basis and sold at the six game face-value price of $325 each. Although you will not be able to renew the exact seat locations, you will be guaranteed the option to purchase the same quantity of season tickets in 2013.

It's a great time to be a Horned Frog!


As you may know, TCU's fiscal year ends May 31. This date is especially important because that's when we annually re-calculate Horned Frog Priority Points and rankings. Your June 1, 2012 priority points ranking will not only affect road and bowl game ticket allocation for the upcoming football season, it will also impact 2013 football seating at Amon G. Carter Stadium. All requests for seating upgrades during the season ticket renewal period will be based on your priority points system ranking. Please make sure your gifts are in before the May 31 deadline and call the Frog Club office at (817) 257-7700 if you have any questions.


Congratulations to our women's outdoor track and field program on its Mountain West championship this past weekend in Colorado Springs. That makes it five MW championships (football, women's golf, women's tennis and women's indoor and outdoor track and field) thus far in 2011-12. With baseball this weekend, we have an opportunity to tie a single-season school record with six MW titles. Congratulations to our 11 student-athletes who collected championship honors and to Darryl Anderson on being named the MW Women's Outdoor Track and Field Coach of the Year. Darryl received similar accolades during the indoor season.



How about Jack O'Brien from our men's track and field program! In addition to graduating with honors, he also recorded the highest MCAT score, under the current system, on record at TCU. Talk about a true student-athlete! Best wishes to Jack as he now heads to UT Southwestern Medical School.


In addition to everything you can't miss in and around Amon G. Carter Stadium, our conversion to the Big 12 is well underway in other venues. We are completing work on the floor refinishing for the Schollmaier Basketball Complex and the volleyball court in the Rec Center. New TCU logos, our Nike font and Big 12 logos are being applied. Work also continues on the Walsh Complex locker room project with a July 15 projected finish. Stadium work with interior finishing, cabinet work and some final concrete pours are also underway.


Did you know we're one of just six schools to be ranked in the final top 15 of the Associated Press college football poll as well as the top 20 in the current Baseball America poll? The others are Baylor, LSU, Oregon, South Carolina and Stanford.


Fresh off our 1-0 win at Oklahoma last night, our baseball program has a big weekend at Lupton Stadium as we close regular-season play with a three-game series versus San Diego State. It's an opportunity to win our seventh straight outright Mountain West championship, representing every year in the league. First pitch is 6:30 p.m. Friday, 4 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday. Make sure to be there early Sunday as we recognize our senior class in a pre-game ceremony. The MW Tournament is next week in Las Vegas. Our men's golf program will be making its 23rd consecutive postseason appearance, the longest streak for any of our athletics teams, when it begins play Thursday at the NCAA Regional in Ann Arbor, Mich.



If a student-athlete's name or picture appears on commercial items (e.g., t-shirts, sweatshirts, playing cards, posters, photographs) or is used to promote a commercial product sold by an individual or agency without the student-athlete's knowledge or permission, the student-athlete (or the institution acting on behalf of the student-athlete) is required to take steps to stop such an activity in order to retain his or her eligibility for intercollegiate athletics. A student-athlete will lose his/her eligibility for participation in intercollegiate athletics if the individual: (a.) Permits the use of his or her name or picture to advertise, recommend or promote directly the sale or use of a commercial product or service of any kind regardless of whether any compensation was received; or (b.) Receives remuneration for endorsing a commercial product or service through the individual's use of such product or service.

Please let us know if you ever have any questions or concerns regarding our program. This is also your program and we value your feedback. We welcome all calls and emails.


Go Frogs!

Christopher M. Del Conte
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics

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