College Sports

March 3, 2014

TCU baseball looks to rebound at home after tough week

The Frogs will play 12 of their next 14 games at Lupton Stadium after losing three of their last four.

TCU’s baseball team returns home for 12 of its next 14 games, starting with a game at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday against Dallas Baptist at Lupton Stadium.

Jordan Kipper, who is 1-1 with a 6.30 ERA in two starts this season, is slated to start for the Frogs, who are 8-4 after dropping three of their last four.

The Frogs, ranked 22nd in the nation by Baseball America, are coming off a 2-1 victory against Houston in the last game of the Minute Maid Tournament on Sunday in the Bayou City after losing to Sam Houston State in the opener and falling 1-0 to Rice.

Dallas Baptist first baseman Mike Wesolowski improved his team-best average to .390 with eight hits in 19 at-bats over the weekend for the Patriots (9-2), who enter on a four-game winning streak.

Camden Duzenack leads Dallas Baptist with 16 RBIs, including a two-run double that drove in the winning runs in a 7-6 victory to lift his team to a three-game weekend sweep of Pennsylvania.

Boomer White leads TCU with a .364 average, while Kevin Cron is the team’s top run producer with nine.

The Frogs follow up Tuesday’s game with a three-game weekend set against Michigan State at Lupton Stadium beginning Friday.

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