Cody Jones and Paul Hendrix will be the guests.
Cron and Ferrell to be guest speakers
TCU director of intercollegiate athletics Chris Del Conte discusses the hot topics around the Horned Frogs
Wright and Witte are featured guests
Proceeds benefit Susan G. Komen
Montgomery enters her fifth season as the Director of Baseball Operations. She is responsible for all the administrative aspects of the program, including travel, meals and accommodations. She is also responsible for handling the Diamond Club and overseeing the First Pitch Banquet. Along with that, she serves as the Community Service director and the liaison between umpires and the visiting teams.
"Meredith has been a tremendous addition to our program," said Schlossnagle. "She has a great love and passion for TCU and her organizational and interpersonal skills are off the chart. We are very fortunate to have her heading up all administrative aspects of our program."
A native of Olney, Texas, Montgomery spent the past four years working in the media relations department. In her time with the department, Montgomery assisted at all home events, including football, basketball and baseball.
As a student at TCU, Montgomery was very involved in all aspects of campus life. She was a three-year member of the Diamond Darlings as well as being a member of Alpha Chi Omega. She served a year on the executive board before spending her senior year as president of the sorority.
A stand-out in the classroom, Montgomery is a member of the Order of Omega, the Greek Honors Society.
Montgomery has been involved in baseball in some capacity since high school. She kept stats for her high school team before joining the media relations department at TCU as a freshman where she assisted with game day operations for football, basketball and baseball.
In the summer of 2006, Montgomery interned with the Texas Collegiate League's Graham Roughnecks. Her duties with Roughnecks included preparing the game script, on-field promotions and arranging community service appearances.
The following summer, Montgomery interned with the Texas Collegiate League. She was responsible for coordinating bus travel, scheduling promotions and helping with on-field promotions. She also represented the league through on-site visitations as well as running the All-Star Game promotions.
A 2009 graduate of TCU, Montgomery received her Bachelor of Science in Education with an emphasis in Middle School Math. She recently completed her master's in middle school education. Her sister, Megan, is also a graduate of TCU.