The TCU Athletics Communications office serves as the intermediary between the Frogs' 20 nationally-recognized programs and local, state and national media outlets. The staff works closely with the coaches, student-athletes and University to enhance the publicity and showcase the accomplishments of all Horned Frogs student-athletes on the field of competition, in the classroom as well as the community.
The Athletics Communications staff is at the service of coaches, student-athletes and members of the media 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For football and men's basketball credentials, please use the following link: Credential Link. For all other credential requests, please contact the Athletics Communications director for the specific sports. Please see the contact directory below for more information.
All interviews with TCU student-athletes and coaches must be coordinated with a member of the media relations staff and must be given at least 24 hours notice unless breaking news has occurred.
In addition to coordinating news conferences and interviews, the TCU Athletics Communications offices is also responsible for the athletics website http://www.gofrogs.com, while providing statistical and historical information to members of the media. The TCU Athletics Communications Office also serves as game-day managers and liaisons for the Big 12 Conference and NCAA. Located in the fifth-largest media market in the country, the Horned Frog coaches and student-athletes are constantly in the spotlight and have garnered recognition from television, radio, newspaper, magazine and Web sites around the country.
To contact the TCU Athletics Communications Office, please call (817) 257-7969.
Meet The Staff
Mark Cohen Associate Athletics Director for Athletics Communications 12th Year at TCU | Phone: (817) 257-5394 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quick Facts: The Cal State Fullerton graduate oversees all operations of the TCU Athletics Communications office and assists with the overall athletics communications efforts/strategies of the athletics department. Also serves as the primary media contact for the Horned Frog football and women's golf programs.
Matt Mays Assistant Director of Athletics Communications First Year at TCU | Phone: (817) 257-5367 | Email: email@example.com
Quick Facts: The Troy graduate handles all communications responsibilities for the TCU women's basketball and equestrian programs. Also serves as TCU's website director and maintains GoFrogs.com. Also assists with publicity efforts for TCU football as a secondary contact.
Brandie Davidson Assistant Director of Athletics Communications 14th Year at TCU | Phone: (817) 257-7479 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quick Facts: The Northwest Missouri State graduate handles all communications responsibilities for the TCU baseball, women's soccer and rifle programs. Also oversees stat management, the TCU football game day program and all aspects dealing with TCU photography.
Responsibilities: Women's Soccer, Rifle, Baseball Hometown: Cedar Falls, Iowa
Abby Norman Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Fourth Year at TCU | Phone: (817) 257-5379 | Email: email@example.com
Quick Facts: The West Virginia graduate handles all communications responsibilities for the TCU volleyball, beach volleyball and tennis programs. Also assists in a secondary men's basketball role during the winter.
Jordan Hunter Graduate Assistant of Athletics Communications Second Year at TCU | Phone: (817) 257-5378 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quick Facts: The Texas State graduate handles all communications responsibilities for the TCU track and field, cross country and swimming and diving programs. Also assists with publicity efforts for football and women's basketball.
Deanna Damon Administrative Assistant Eighth Year at TCU | Phone: (817) 257-7969 | Email: email@example.com
Areas of responsibility: The TCU graduate supervises day-to-day operations in the Athletics Communications office and assists with management of the student intern staff. Also handles all game day and season credentials, while setting up media meals.