TCU swimming and plunging has reported its 2021-22 timetable. The Horned Frogs are hoping to expand on last season’s force as the two groups acquired third-place completes at the Big 12 Championships and the men’s group got their most elevated CSCAA group positioning (No. 29) since 2011.

The crew starts off the standard season when they have Incarnate Word on Sept. 24, the main home meet since the 2019-20 season and the first of two meets against the Cardinals booked during the current year.

The two groups will then, at that point travel to the FIU TYR Classic to go up against FIU, LSU, Florida State, Pittsburgh and FAU (Oct. 8-9). TCU likewise goes head to head against UT Permian Basin at home Oct. 9.

The Frogs will go on an outing to southern California for the Trojan Invite, facilitated by USC, on Oct. 15-16 and will likewise contend with UNLV and UC San Diego at the meet. On the ladies’ side, USC and UNLV both completed in the best 50 in College Swimming’s last rankings at No. 27 and No. 45, individually.

The invitational will likewise give top notch rivalry on the men’s side as the Rebels completed the 2020-21 season positioned No. 37.

Then, the Frogs will have SMU (Oct. 29). Last season, the ladies’ group crushed the Mustangs without precedent for program history as they won 175-120, which was featured by the Frog ladies required first, second and third in four unique occasions

TCU starts a seven-meet street series when they get down to business for a fight against Texas A&M on Nov. 5. Both Aggies’ crews completed in the main 25 last season, with Texas A&M’s men being No. 9 and the ladies’ group completing at No. 16.

The group will part and contend in two separate meets when swimming re-visitations of College Station for the Aggie Invite (Nov. 17-19) and jumping goes head to head against the Mustangs again at the SMU Invite (Nov. 18-20).

The jumping crew proceeds with rivalry at the Princeton Invite (Dec. 3-5) preceding the normal season proceeds as the ladies’ group goes to Iowa State (Jan. 14-15) and the men take on Texas (Jan. 21-22).

The Longhorn men won their 25th Big 12 meeting title last season while the ladies’ group got their nineteenth title. TCU’s last double meet against Texas came in the 2017-18 season when the Frogs fell on the men’s side 162-105, while the ladies fell 159-108.

The two projects wrap up the standard season against Incarnate Word on Jan. 29.

The Big 12 Championships are scheduled for Feb. 23-26. Last season, the men’s group completed third with 718 focuses while the ladies set third with a score of 528 focuses.

Featuring the solid exhibition from TCU was junior Janis Silins scoring a silver award in both the 100 and 200 bosom. Graduated class Kiki Rice acquired silver in the 200 back and senior Kade Knoch set third in the 200 back for the second consecutive year.

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