March 9, 2013
TCU 70, Oklahoma 67
Fort Worth, Texas (Daniel-Meyer Coliseum)
March 9, 2013
* TCU concluded its regular-season schedule at 11-20 overall 2-16 in the Big 12 Conference. The squad ended an eight-game losing streak that dated back to its Feb. 6 home win over No. 5 Kansas.
* TCU won on Senior Day at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum for the first time since 2006-07. The Frogs honored a four-man senior class prior to the game featuring Nate Butler Lind, Connell Crossland, Garlon Green and Adrick McKinney.
* TCU earned its second victory all-time against Oklahoma while ending a four-game losing streak to the Sooners. The Frogs’ only other win was a 95-82 victory on Dec. 27, 1986 in the All-College Tournament in Oklahoma City.
* TCU totaled 44 first-half point, the most in an opening period this season. The squad’s previous best was 37 during the Dec. 30 win over Mississippi Valley State, while its top total in Big 12 play was 28 (Feb. 9 vs. West Virginia, March 2 at Texas Tech).
* TCU held a lead of 25 points early in the second half, its largest in Big 12 play this season. The figure surpassed the squad’s previous high of 16 points Feb. 6 against KU.
* TCU set a season high with eight 3-pointers on 14 attempts. The squad’s previous high was six, recorded four times.
* TCU shot 54.0 percent from the floor overall, its second straight game making at least half of its field-goal attempts. The squad’s top shooting rate in Big 12 play entering the week was 39.2 percent March 2 at Texas Tech.
* Garlon Green led TCU in scoring for the ninth time this season. Green went a perfect 4-of-4 from outside the arc while setting a career best in 3’s made.
* Charles Hill Jr. set a new career scoring high with 13 points, topping his previous best of 12 set Jan. 12 at Baylor. He sank three 3’s, also a career best.
* Connell Crossland matched his career scoring high with 13 points on 6-of-10 shooting.
* Kyan Anderson scored in double figures for the ninth straight game, totaling 11 points. The career-long streak is the best by a Frog since Ronnie Moss opened the 2009-10 season with nine straight double-digit efforts.