TCU director of intercollegiate athletics Chris Del Conte discusses the hot topics around the Horned Frogs
TCU Career: Has seen action in 54 games, starting 34 times, in three seasons. 2001: Led the team in scoring with a career-high 13 points (5 goals, 3 assists)... registered the teamís goal of the year on an over-the-shoulder flick against Memphis (9-21-01)... scored TCUís lone goal in a 3-1 loss to No. 1 SMU, tying the score at 1-1 in the sixth minute... had a goal in each of the last two matches to win the teamís scoring title. 2000: Started each of the teamís 18 games... tied for the team lead in scoring with 12 points... was the sideís top assist man (4) and tied for second in goals (4)... took 23 shots, placing 16 on frame. 1999: Played in 19 matches, making one start.
High School: Was a four-year letterman at Naaman Forest... was twice named to all-area team and was tabbed district offensive MVP his senior year... earned first-team all-district accolades his final three years... led the metroplex in assists his sophomore and junior seasons... played on state championship team his senior year... scored 62 goals and tallied 89 assists during his career.
Personal: Nicholas Joseph Browne was born November 19, 1980... is the son of Michael and Kim Browne... is a finance major... served as the TCU football teamís starting placekicker in 2001 and led the team in points scored... was voted TCUís Male Athlete of the Year for 2001-02... featured in articles in both the USA Today and Sports Illustrated.