TCU Women’s Rifle: 2022-23 Schedule Released

TCU’s Women’s Rifle Team has been on point for over a decade. Last year, the team won the National Air Rifle Competition Championship. It was their fourth Natty in the discipline, having won in 2010, 2012 and 2021.

However, the Frogs did not win the overall championship, which combines air rifle competition with small-bore competition. Last year’s overall national champion was Kentucky, which edged the Frogs by just three points.

As the 2022-23 season approaches, the Horned Frogs team knows that if they want to win this championship, they will have a hard time getting there. Friday, the head coach Karen Monez announced the team’s upcoming schedule. They will face some very tough competition along the way. Five upcoming opponents appeared in last season’s eight championship field. In November, the team is one of four competing in Morgantown, West Virginia. The other teams are West Virginia, Alaska and Kentucky. These four teams have combined for every national championship since 2006 and all but one since 1998.

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“The team is excited and ready to start the season,” Monez said. “Gaining game experience during the regular season is always the goal when scheduling the team. We have some tough games on the schedule this year that will help the team prepare for the NCAA Championships in March. With two returning for their fifth year, along with three seniors on the team and a talented group of three freshmen, I anticipate the team will be ready for the challenges ahead. I expect them to set the bar high and perform at a high level throughout the season.

2022-23 TCU Women’s Rifle Schedule

September 24 – at the Navy
October 2 – to the Air Force
October 8 – in Memphis
October 29 – at Ohio State
November 5 – in Morgantown, WV, against West Virginia, Alaska and Kentucky (Smalbore)
November 6 – at Morgantown, WV vs. West Virginia, Alaska and Kentucky (air rifle)
November 12 – UTEP
November 13 – UTEP
January 15 – Ohio State
January 16 – Ohio State
January 21 – in Nebraska
January 28 – at UTEP
February 4 – Fairbanks, Alaska – Patriot Rifle Conference Championships (Smallbore)
February 5 – Fairbanks, Alaska – Patriot Rifle Conference Championships (Air Rifle)
Feb. 18 – to Air Force (NCAA Qualifier)
March 10 – in Akron, Ohio – NCAA Championships (Smallbore)
March 11 – Akron, Ohio – NCAA Championships (Air Rifle)

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