TCU men played well in the inaugural Big 12 Match Play Championship but got a bit of a raw deal in terms of results. They went 3-1-1 for the week, played the top-ranked team in the country to a draw...and wound up 5th out of 10 teams. TCU went 2-1-1 in pool play against Kansas (2-3-1 loss), Oklahoma State (3-3 draw, including Stefano Mazzoli taking out U.S. Am champ Viktor Hovland), Tech (win) and WV (win). Problem was that Kansas and OSU both went 2-0-2, leaving TCU third in the five-team pool: KU - 8 points OSU - 8 points TCU - 7 points Tech - 3 points WVU - 1 point So, KU went to the championship match on the basis of a tie-breaker with OSU, and TCU wound up in the 5th-place match, which it won vs. K-State. Of the 7 TCU men competing, all but one won at least two matches and finished .500 or better. Best individual records were Mazzoli at 2-0-1 (did not play in the final two matches) and David Ravetto at 3-1-1. Sadly, Baylor won the event, defeating Kansas in the final.