Soccer Hard At Work In The Offseason

Madeline Hamm was one of 11 newcomers to play in 2012.

Madeline Hamm was one of 11 newcomers to play in 2012.

Jan. 30, 2013


FORT WORTH - Fresh off its inaugural season in the Big 12, the TCU Women's Soccer team is already hard at work preparing for next season. Full team practice is set to begin on Feb. 11.

While they can't practice as a team just yet, the Horned Frogs are still putting time in on the field and in the weight room. For a couple hours each week, each player has an individual session with the coaching staff where they work with the ball.

For the most part, the Frogs spend the early morning hours in the weight room working on strength and conditioning with strength coach Todd Kensler. Included in the 7 a.m. workouts are speed and agility drills in the weight room along with conditioning work in the Sam Baugh Indoor Facility.

Full team practice for the group begins Feb. 11 and runs through April 13.

TCU is coming off a run to the Big 12 Championship game. The Frogs defeated the tournament's top seed, West Virginia, in the opening round before dispatching Texas 4-2 in penalty kicks in the semifinals. Baylor halted the Frogs' run in the championship game. 62% of the roster was made up of newcomers in Eric Bell's first season as head coach.

 

 


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