The Horned Frogs finished the year with a 7-9 overall record.
The Horned Frogs will take on No. 1 South Carolina Friday morning.
TCU will open play in Waco on Thursday.
Freshman Rylee Morgan was named Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Performer in Horsemanship.
Director of Equestrian Haley Schoolfield was named Big 12 Coach of the Year.
Haley Schoolfield was named TCU's director of equestrian on June 19, 2013. In her first year at the helm, Schoolfield made school history becoming the first TCU head coach to be named Big 12 Coach of the Year. Schoolfield led the Horned Frogs to a 3-3 conference mark during the 2013-14 season, garnering victories over Baylor, Kansas State and Oklahoma State.
By being honored as the 2014 Big 12 Coach of the Year, Schoolfield became the first TCU head coach to receive Coach of the Year accolades in the Big 12 Conference. Not only did her student-athletes shine in the show ring this past season with both Alexi Child and Shelby St. Hilaire earning NCEA All-America accolades, but also in the classroom as seven student-athletes were awarded Academic All-America recognition by the NCEA, including Child who was also named Big 12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Not to be outdone, the Frogs, who had six student-athletes named to the 2014 Academic All-Big 12 Equestrian Team in 2014, had five of the top-10 horses in collegiate equestrian in 2013-14. In all, the Horned Frogs were the only school in the entire nation to have two horses named No. 1 overall in their respective disciplines under Schoolfield's watch.
Schoolfield, previously head equestrian coach at SMU for four years (2009-13), oversees the Horned Frogs' Hunt Seat and Western disciplines.
Prior to taking over the SMU program, Schoolfield was an assistant coach for two years (2007-09) at TCU. She was in charge of the Hunt Seat division.
In Schoolfield's first year at TCU, which marked just the second year of the equestrian program, the Horned Frogs won the 2008 Western national championship. TCU's Western squad was also the 2009 national runner-up.
A native of Willis, Texas, Schoolfield, who is a USHJA Certified Trainer and earned her certification in 2012, is a 2002 Texas A&M graduate with a bachelor's degree in agricultural development with an animal science emphasis.
A four-year letterwinner for the Aggies, Schoolfield competed in the English division. She was a team captain her senior year and won the Open Flat at the 2001 California Spring Classic.
Schoolfield has trained through the years with some of the industry greats, including Peter Pletcher, Ginger Black and Ann Kurszinski. She also earned her USEF `r' judges card in 2011.
Prior to entering the coaching field, Schoolfield worked for Sienna Stables in Houston as the Senior Hunter/Jumper trainer. While at Sienna, she continued to compete on the "A" show level and won numerous local, state and national awards, including a Perpetual Award for the Low Hunter Division in 2007.
Schoolfield and her husband, Clay, were married in December 2008.