FORT WORTH — In following university policy of no public events on campus due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, and consistent with recent Big 12 and NCAA decisions, all TCU home athletics events until April 3 are closed to fans and available only to essential personnel and a limited number of family members of participating student-athletes.
Essential personnel are student-athletes, coaches, trainers, team and medical personnel, game officials, operational and administrative staff, student-athlete families, credentialed media and TCU recruits.
The affected contests include the following:
Maryland, March 13-15
Sam Houston State, March 17
Oklahoma, March 27-29
Columbia, March 21
Oklahoma State, March 27
Oklahoma, March 29
Kansas, March 27
Kansas State, March 29
Baylor, April 1
Houston Baptist, April 3
Pepperdine, April 3
Track and Field
TCU Invitational, March 21
Additionally, the March 28 open spring football practice and scrimmage has been canceled, while the dedication of the Legends Club & Suites will be rescheduled.
The March 13 and March 28 baseball games versus Maryland and Oklahoma, respectively, will be televised on FOX Sports Southwest Plus, while the March 29 Oklahoma contest can be seen on ESPNU. Non-televised baseball games are available through a free stream on GoFrogs.com and the Riff Ram app.
More information will be communicated soon to baseball season-ticket holders and those who made single-game purchases. Also, the deadline for football season-ticket renewals has been extended to April 17. Questions can be directed to the Parrish Family Athletics Ticket Office at 817.257-3764 (FROG) or email@example.com.
During this time, TCU teams will continue to practice and compete while following university protocol when it comes to travel with only essential personnel.