Men's upcoming season schedule was posted and roster page updated, so time for a new thread. The schedule is similar to last year's but with perhaps one more weak-field event added in place of a stronger-field event, which makes sense for a team with no seniors and only one junior. In addition to the five freshman recruits (henceforth known as the League of Nations, with representation from Argentina, Denmark, France, USA and the Republic of Texas), the Frogs added a sophomore transfer from Tech, Thomas Allkins. He'll fit right in with this international crew--born in Canada; grew up in Bermuda; rated 68th nationally coming out of high school in Florida. Allkins played in three college tournaments this past year. Given the huge departing senior class, TCU had to be an attractive destination for a good player struggling to get playing time elsewhere. And considering that TCU's reigning Big 12 individual champ was a Tech transfer, it's not a bad well to draw from. The relationship between Coach Montigel and the Tech coach must be good, because apparently Allkins was granted a full release to play this year. The most impressive spring/summer season among incoming freshmen was posted by Mateo Fernandez de Oliveira, who won three adult open events in Argentina and finished runner up in a fourth. Will be interesting to see who earns playing time this fall. The TCU women's roster and schedule are not yet updated for 2019-2020.