TCU season comes to an end after NCAA Tournament loss to top-seeded Wisconsin

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TCU’s season comes to an end after losing to No. 1 Wisconsin in straight sets (TCU Athletics).


By Ray Cartwright
Frogs Today staff writer


MADISON, Wis. – At the end of every season there is only one team that is truly happy. This doesn’t mean TCU has nothing to be happy about after losing in straight sets to the defending national champion and No. 1 seed Wisconsin.

It was a remarkable season for the Horned Frogs that began with facing Wisconsin and now ends after facing Wisconsin.

TCU’s turnaround from last season was one nobody outside of the locker room expected. TCU was an afterthought in the preseason, picked to finish seventh in the Big 12 Conference, and yet the Frogs’ season ended Saturday in the Round of 32 in the NCAA Tournament.

Coach Jason Williams took over a program that was 8-18 last season and changed the mindset, the players’ belief in themselves, and got ability out of the players they didn’t know they had. As a result, they finished the year 17-11 with the arrow pointed up for them.

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