College notes: TCU to add Georgia assistant to men’s basketball coaching staff

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Kwanza Johnson is set to be announced as a TCU men’s basketball assistant coach, according to two sources inside the athletic department.

Johnson has been an assistant at Georgia the last three seasons, working under TCU coach Trent Johnson’s former assistant Mark Fox. Before that he coached at Nevada from 2006-09. He grew up in Oklahoma City and attended Rose State College in Midwest City, Okla., before transferring to and graduating from Tulsa. His first job was an administrative assistant at Tulsa from 1997-99 for coach Bill Self, who’s now at Kansas.

Trent Johnson declined to comment, but Kwanza Johnson is currently being vetted by TCU before the announcement is made, according to sources.

Kwanza Johnson replaces Pooh Williamson, who took an assistant job at Texas Tech.

— Stefan Stevenson

TCU golfers tie for 6th

The TCU women’s golf team finished in a tie for sixth place at the Big 12 Championship in Rhodes, Iowa, with Oklahoma State winning the team title and Baylor freshman Lauren Taylor the individual crown.

TCU, with a streak of 17 consecutive NCAA postseason appearances, will await the selection of at-large bids to next month’s NCAA Regionals.

Alexandra Bonetti and Sanna Nuutinen posted 76s to lead TCU in final-round play. Bonetti was TCU’s top finisher, tying for 10th individually.

No. 17 Oklahoma State captured the team title with a 905. No. 23 Baylor was two strokes back with a 907.

With a 936, No. 48 TCU tied No. 19 Texas for sixth.

TCU women edged by UT in tennis

The No. 25 TCU women (17-5, 6-3 Big 12) suffered a narrow 4-3 loss to No. 26 Texas (14-10, 7-2) at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.

The Horned Frogs will next be in action Friday at the Big 12 Championship hosted by the University of Oklahoma. TCU’s opponent and time of the match will be announced in the coming days.

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