College notes: TCU junior golfer Julien Brun tied for lead after two rounds in Albuquerque

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TCU junior Julien Brun is tied for the individual lead through two rounds of the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate tournament in Albuquerque with a 4-under 140.

Brun shot a 3-under 69 and a under 71 in Friday’s 36 holes to tie with Arizona State’s Joh Rahm.

TCU is seventh overall with a 597, 15 over par. UT Arlington is in 15th with a 622.

TCU soccer

The Horned Frogs (4-5-2, 0-1 Big 12) had a three-match unbeaten run snapped in a 2-0 loss to Texas in its Big 12 opener in Austin. The Longhorns (7-3-1, 1-0 Big 12) scored in the fourth minute and in the 62nd minute.

UTA volleyball

The Mavericks defeated Louisiana-Monroe 3-1 in their Sun Belt Conference opener in Arlington. Shelby Dickson had 13 digs and 12 kills for UTA (8-6, 1-0 SBC). Taylor Gross and Charmaine Whitmore combined for 17 kills.

UNT volleyball

The host Mean Green earned its first-ever win in Conference USA with a 3-0 sweep of East Carolina. Carnae Dillard led UNT (9-8, 1-0 C-USA) with 15 kills.

Baylor player arrested

Baylor defensive back Ahmad Dixon has been arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor assault. Waco police say Dixon attacked a 21-year-old man last week at an apartment building near the Baylor campus. Police say Dixon accused the man of breaking into his apartment several months earlier, and when the man laughingly denied the allegation, Dixon punched him several times in the face.

Police say the victim waited several days to contact police because he feared retribution. Dixon surrendered to police Thursday.

Baylor spokesman Heath Nielsen says administrators are handling the matter “internally.”

No. 19 Baylor is idle today.

O’Brien exec resigns

Danielle Moorman, executive director of the Davey O’Brien Foundation in Fort Worth, has resigned her position, effective Oct. 4, to handle community relations and marketing for Low T Center. The move was announced Friday.

The foundation oversees the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award, given annually to the nation’s top college quarterback.

Briefly

•  Arkansas football: Coach Bret Bielema tweeted Friday night that quarterback Brandon Allen (injured throwing shoulder) will be back for the Razorbacks’ game today against Texas A&M.

•  USC football: The NCAA turned down Southern California’s request for possible relief from the sanctions that have been imposed on the football program since 2010 from the Reggie Bush case.

•  Michigan basketball: Six-foot-10 Mitch McGary, instrumental in the Wolverines’ Final Four run last season, is dealing with an unspecified lower back condition that is limiting him in practice.

•  BYU football: Receiver Cody Hoffman sat out the Cougars’ game Friday night against Middle Tennessee after being suspended for violating a team rule. Starting linebacker Spencer Hadley was suspended for five games before last week’s loss to Utah after violating the school’s honor code.

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