Twitter ReddIt Jonathan is a journalism major from Philadelphia who is also minoring in Spanish. When Jonathan is not writing for TCU 360, he enjoys watching his favorite sports teams (76ers, Eagles, Union, Phillies, and Flyers). Previous articleBaseball wins big at home against UT Arlington, 14-1Next articleThe Skiff: March 1, 2018 Jonathan Abraham RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt + posts Jonathan Abraham Twitter Jonathan Abrahamhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jonathan-abraham/ What we’re reading: Most Texas House members disapprove of Trump’s Syria actions Athletics Weekend Roundup: equestrian triumphs, swim and dive falters, and women’s golf finishes strong Jonathan Abrahamhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jonathan-abraham/ Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Women’s basketball defeats Alcorn State to tie best start to a season TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Facebook What we’re reading: Attempts for background checks on stranger-to-stranger gun sales in Texas Facebook TCU vs University of Louisiana Monroe beach volleyball in Fort Worth, Texas on February 25, 2018. (Photo/Sharon Ellman) printNo. 14 TCU beach volleyball will compete in the Fight in the Fort tournament Saturday and Sunday at the TCU Beach Courts, their last home meet of the 2018 season.The Horned Frogs play host to No. 8 Cal Poly Mustangs, No. 18 Tulane Green Wave and the Arizona State Sun Devils.Before the match against the Sun Devils, the Frogs will honor four seniors: Jillian Bergeson, Cassie House, Brooke Sassin and Kristy Wieser.The Horned Frog opened the 2018 season last week with a record of 3-1 for the third consecutive year. In last weekend’s Horned Frog Challenge, the Frogs had wins against the Houston Baptist Huskies, Texas A&M Kingsville Javelinas and the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. Their only loss was to No. 11 Florida International.During the Horned Frog Challenge, the combos Haven Hill/House, Bergeson/Jaelyn Greene, and Avery Arellano/Jensyn Bledsoe combined to go 3-1. Sassin and Jordan Westendorff finished 2-1, while Hannah Rodgers and Molly Scheel went 2-2 for the weekend.The Frogs are scheduled to play Tulane Saturday at 11 a.m. and will face a quick turnaround against the Mustangs at 3 p.m.The Horned Frogs and the Green Wave will be meeting for the third time in school history, with Tulane winning both of the previous matches. Their last meeting was on April 30, 2016.The Mustangs have won three matches over the Grand Canyon Antelopes, the Pepperdine Waves and the Nebraska Cornhuskers in their opening tournament last weekend. The Horned Frogs and Mustangs will meet for the third time in school history, with TCU having the 2-0 advantage. Their last meeting was on March 16, 2016.Sunday, TCU will play Arizona State at noon. The Sun Devils lost to the USC Trojans and the Mustangs in their season-opening tournament. Their only win was to the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The Horned Frogs are 1-2 all-time against the Sun Devils.While this Fight in the Fort tournament marks the end of the Frog’s home season, they still have games scheduled through the end of April for tournaments in California, South Carolina, Florida and Louisiana. Jonathan Abrahamhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jonathan-abraham/ Linkedin Jonathan Abrahamhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jonathan-abraham/ Linkedin TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello
“A Surrey correspondent takes us to task in the ’Mind of the Trade’ because we expressed the view, in this column last week, that bakers do themselves and their craft an injustice when they make play on the words ’home-made’.It is a fact that some bakers do pander to the public, especially to womenfolk, by deliberately producing crudely finished goods in their bakehouses and featuring them as ’home-made’.They are, in so doing, giving it forth that in their opinion the general ’home-made’ standard of cake-making is higher than the average standard of the trade.If they had seen, as we did, a piece of heavily fruited cake made recently from excellent ingredients by the kitchen staff of a lady’s country house, they would not have wanted to boast about ’home-made’ cakes !”
Joseph Yobo is enthused by the challenge of helping Norwich steer clear of relegation after returning to the Barclays Premier League. “I want to go to the World Cup. I want to perform at the highest level. “Pushing myself and also understanding the situation Norwich football club are in is extra motivation for me. “I’m excited about it. Sometimes you get too comfortable because maybe the team is winning every game. “Here I have to do well for myself and I have to make sure the team gets out of trouble.” Yobo could make his debut on Saturday against title challengers Manchester City, particularly as Norwich are already short in defence and Ryan Bennett (thigh) faces a fitness test having been unable to take part in training this week. The 33-year-old, who has made just two appearances for the Turkish side this season, added: “They’re a great team. They have great players. “Hopefully if we can put ourselves together as a team we can surprise people. Come Saturday anything can happen. “If I’m called upon I’ll do my best and make sure I’ll get the job done. “I came here to help this team. It’s been a long time since I played right-back, but I can always do a job.” Yobo is untainted by the 7-0 loss at the Etihad Stadium in November in a performance Canaries boss Chris Hughton described as his side’s worst of the season. Norwich responded to the humiliation by winning three of the five games that followed, but have one win in 11 games in all competitions since beating West Brom on December 7. Hughton thought his side deserved to win at Cardiff last weekend, but former Norwich goalkeeper David Marshall was in supreme form in the Bluebirds’ 2-1 win. The Canaries boss is concerned more with building on the Cardiff display than reflecting back to the City loss. He said: “We were hurting and we were hurting for a while from that game (the City loss). “We did respond and we responded in a good way. We know what can happen if you have a really bad day against that kind of quality. “Our level of performance in the last game was good, (but) it didn’t get us the result we wanted. “We have to make sure our performance lends more to the performance that we had against Chelsea at home, Manchester United at home, than the disappointed we had away in Manchester.” Although Norwich lost 3-1 to Chelsea and 1-0 to United, Hughton hopes a similar performance can provide a welcome victory. “We know it’s a tall order because of the form that they’re in,” added Hughton, who watched Chelsea end City’s home supremacy on Monday. “And sometimes, when perhaps nobody expects you to get a result, that’s the ones that are most pleasing. “We’ll certainly be giving everything for that to happen.” Hughton is remaining optimistic and is ignoring the fact 15th-placed Norwich are two points clear of the relegation zone in a congested battle between 11 teams to avoid the drop. He said: “We’re three points away from 10th place. There are four teams that are on the same points as us. “We want to be looking upwards, not downwards. We have to make sure that we come up with the goods to be able to do that.” Press Association The Nigerian defender, who spent much of his career at Everton, signed on loan from Fenerbahce and is keen to make an impression at Carrow Road. “It was easy for me (to choose Norwich) – I like challenges,” Yobo said.
Unfavorable result with Belgium in Brussels, 3: brought a disappointment to the BH team because now we have to fight for the 3rd place in the group, i.e. barrage, and to achieve it, we need to win in the next three matches, but also to await other results.After the match, goalkeeper of Dragons, Asmir Begovic, wrote on Twitter.“Unhappy result for us. Thanks to all our fans for the support. We are going forward and we will fight until the end!!Elects of Mehmed Bazdarevic are now facing the match against Andorra on 6th September on the stadium Bilino Polje in Zenica.(Source: nap.ba)