LSU opponent TCU from no postseason to back-to-back CWS
FORT WORTH, TX - TCU didn't even make it to the postseason two years ago in its Big 12 Conference debut.
But the lasting memory for TCU's unusually large baseball senior class won't be 2013, the only time in coach Jim Schlossnagle's 12 seasons that the Horned Frogs didn't make the NCAA Tournament.
With as many as six seniors on the field at any time, TCU is in its second consecutive College World Series after winning the Big 12 regular-season title.
The Frogs (49-13) advanced with a 16-inning victory over Texas A&M in its NCAA super regional, a week after trailing 8-1 with two outs in the eighth inning of the regional final.
The College World Series opener for TCU is Sunday against LSU (53-10).
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