Nov. 14, 2007
FORT WORTH, Texas -
The TCU Horned Frog volleyball team will wrap up another record-breaking regular season at home Thursday night when they play host to league-leading and No. 17-ranked Colorado State. The Frogs enter the match in fourth place in the conference standings with an 8-7 record. Following the match, the Frogs will honor the three seniors, Loren Barry
, Calli Corley
and LeMeita Smith
TCU vs. Colorado State Match Notes
TCU Horned Frogs
The Frogs are currently in fourth place in the league and with a win could lock up the four-seed in the upcoming tournament.
With a 3-0 win over Utah in its last home match, TCU established a new school record for wins at home with its 13th.
The Frogs will honor three seniors following the match as Loren Barry, Calli Corley and LeMeita Smith are all playing in the final home match of their careers.
Kourtney Edwards continues to lead the Frogs in kills (392) and blocks (144).
Colorado State Rams
The Rams are tied with UNLV atop the league standings and are in the midst of a three-games in one week stretch that began with a 3-0 win against Air Force on Monday.
Away from home, the Rams have compiled a 6-5 mark, including a 6-3 record on an opponent's home court.
Jaime Strauss leads the offensive attack, averaging 4.15 kills per game.
Defensively, Katelyn Batten paces the Rams in the backrow with over four digs a set.
The TCU vs. CSU Series
Thursday's meeting against the Rams will be the 11th in the all-time series.
Colorado State holds the series advantage with a 9-1 mark against the Frogs.
The Rams took a 3-0 decision earlier this season in Fort Collins. The game was the first league match of the season for both teams.
Colorado State is 3-1 all-time in Fort Worth.