2017 TCU Horned Frogs Baseball Team
2017 TCU Horned Frogs baseball
TCU Horned Frogs logo.svg
Conference Big 12 Conference
Ranking
Coaches No. 4
CB No. 4
2017 record 50-18 (16-8 Big 12)
Head coach Jim Schlossnagle (14th season)
Assistant coach Bill Mosiello (4th season)
Assistant coach Kirk Saarloos (5th season)
Assistant coach Zach Etheredge (4th season)
Home stadium Lupton Stadium
Seasons
2016
2018 ->
2017 Big 12 Conference baseball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
No. 4 TCU +y 16 - 8   .667     50 - 18   .735
No. 19 Texas Tech +y 16 - 8   .667     45 - 17   .726
Oklahoma y 12 - 11   .522     35 - 24   .593
Baylor y 12 - 12   .500     34 - 23   .596
West Virginia y 12 - 12   .500     36 - 26   .581
No. 28 Texas y 11 - 12   .478     39 - 24   .619
Kansas 11 - 13   .458     30 - 28   .517
Oklahoma State ?y 8 - 14   .364     30 - 27   .526
Kansas State 8 - 16   .333     29 - 26   .527
+ - Conference champion
? - Conference Tournament champion
y - Invited to the NCAA Tournament
Rankings from Collegiate Baseball

The 2017 TCU Horned Frogs baseball team represented Texas Christian University during the 2017 NCAA Division I baseball season. The Horned Frogs played their home games at Charlie & Marie Lupton Baseball Stadium as a member of the Big 12 Conference. They were led by head coach Jim Schlossnagle, the winningest coach in TCU baseball history, in his 14th year at TCU.

Previous season

The Horned Frogs entered the 2017 season on the heels of three consecutive trips to the College World Series.[1] The 2016 TCU Horned Frogs baseball team notched a 38-14 (15-9) regular season record to finish third in the Big 12 Conference standings.[2] In the postseason, the Horned Frogs won the Big 12 Tournament Championship with wins over Baylor, Oklahoma State, Texas and West Virginia,[3] were selected as one of sixteen NCAA Regional Tournament hosts for the third year in a row and the sixth time in eight years,[4] swept through the Fort Worth Regional with wins over Oral Roberts, Gonzaga and Arizona State;[5] advanced to the Super Regional round of the Tournament for the third straight year, where they faced #4 National Seed Texas A&M in College Station, TX for the best-of-three series;[6] won the College Station Super Regional after an 8-2 win, 1-7 loss and 4-1 win; and advanced to their third consecutive College World Series.[7] At the 2016 CWS, the Frogs notched a 2-2 record, winning their first two games over Texas Tech[8] and Coastal Carolina[9] before losing two consecutive games to Coastal Carolina and being eliminated from the tournament.[10] TCU finished the season with a 49-18 record and ranked third in the final polls.[11][12][13][14][15][16]

Preseason

MLB Draft

The following Horned Frogs on the 2016 roster were selected in the 2016 Major League Baseball draft:

List of Drafted Players
Name 2016 Class Pos. Team Round No. Signed/Returned
Brian Trieglaff RS Junior RHP New York Yankees 13 398 Signed[17]
Mitchell Traver RS Junior RHP Cincinnati Reds 17 498 Returned[18]
Brian Howard Junior RHP Houston Astros 17 517 Returned[19]
Rex Hill Junior LHP Kansas City Royals 27 823 Signed[20]
Elliott Barzilli Junior INF Houston Astros 29 877 Returned[21]
Preston Guillory Senior RHP Miami Marlins 31 923 Signed*[22]

* indicates draftee had no more college eligibility

Departed Players

The following Horned Frogs on the 2016 roster departed the program prior to the 2017 season:

List of Departed Players
Name 2016 Class Pos. Reason
Zach Alaniz Freshman OF Departed
Drew Gooch Sophomore LHP Transferred to UT Arlington
Preston Guillory Senior RHP Graduated[23] and Drafted/Signed[22]
Rex Hill Junior LHP Drafted/Signed[20]
Ryan Johnson Sophomore OF Transferred to San Jacinto College[20][24]
Dillon Meadows Freshman RHP Transferred to Weatherford College
Zack Plunkett Sophomore C Transferred to Arkansas[25]
Devon Roedahl Freshman RHP Transferred to San Jacinto College
Mitch Sewald Junior RHP Transferred to LSU Eunice
Dane Steinhagen Senior OF Graduated[23]
Brian Trieglaff RS Junior RHP Drafted/Signed[17]

Summer Leagues

Between the 2015-16 and 2016-17 academic years, the following 2017 Horned Frogs participated in summer collegiate baseball leagues:[26]

List of Players in Summer Leagues
Player 2017 Class Pos. League Team
Evan Skoug Junior C USA Baseball Collegiate National Team
Josh Watson Sophomore OF Cape Cod Baseball League Falmouth Commodores
Dalton Horton Sophomore LHP Cape Cod Baseball League Wareham Gatemen
Austen Wade Junior OF Cape Cod Baseball League Wareham Gatemen
Nolan Brown RS Senior OF Cape Cod Baseball League Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox
Jared Janczak RS Sophomore RHP Cape Cod Baseball League Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox
Connor Wanhanen Junior 1B/OF Cape Cod Baseball League Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox
Dalton Brown Sophomore RHP New England Collegiate Baseball League Sanford Mainers
Michael Landestoy RS Junior INF New England Collegiate Baseball League Sanford Mainers
Austin Boyles RS Freshman RHP California Collegiate League Orange County Riptide
Sean Wymer Sophomore RHP California Collegiate League Orange County Riptide

Recruiting Class

The Horned Frogs added the following 11 players to the roster as part of their 2016 recruiting class:

List of 2016 Recruits
Name 2016 Class Pos. Previous School Hometown
Cal Coughlin Freshman RHP/3B Lake Forest H.S. Lake Forest, IL
Alec Creel Freshman RHP Homeschool Wake Forest, NC
Jake Eissler Freshman RHP/1B ThunderRidge H.S. Littleton, CO
Haylen Green Freshman LHP Lufkin H.S. Lufkin, TX
Dion Henderson Freshman LHP Oak Park H.S. Detroit, MI
Zach Humphreys Freshman C Midlothian H.S. DeSoto, TX
Austin Ingraham Junior OF North Central Texas College Keller, TX
Charles King Freshman RHP Coppell H.S. Coppell, TX
Nick Lodolo Freshman LHP Damien H.S. La Verne, CA
Trey Morris Freshman RHP Taylor H.S. Katy, TX
Bryan Sturges Freshman C/OF Seven Lakes H.S. Katy, TX

Season Projections

Coming off three straight College World Series appearances in 2014, 2015 and 2016, losing only four players to graduation and the Draft, and adding a highly-ranked recruiting class, the 2017 Horned Frogs were projected as one of the "Eight for Omaha" in July 2016 by Baseball America,[27] D1 Baseball[28] and Perfect Game.[29]

The Horned Frogs started the 2017 season as the unanimous preseason #1 club. For the third straight year, TCU was picked to finish first in the Big 12 Conference.[30]

Personnel

Coaching staff

TCU returns its entire coaching staff from the Frogs' 2014, 2015 and 2016 College World Series seasons. After leading the Frogs to their third consecutive College World Series and being named Baseball America's 2016 National Coach of the Year,[31][32]Jim Schlossnagle, the winningest coach in TCU Horned Frogs baseball history, inked a six-year contract extension worth over $1 million per year,[33] and assistants Shane Mosiello and Kirk Saarloos inked multi-year contract extensions.[34]

Name Position Season at TCU Alma Mater
Jim Schlossnagle Head Coach 14 Elon University (1992)
Bill Mosiello Associate Head Coach 4 Fresno State University (1986)
Kirk Saarloos Assistant Coach 5 California State University, Fullerton (2001)
Zach Etheredge Volunteer Assistant Coach 4 University of Texas at San Antonio (2008)

Roster

Schedule & Results

"#" represents ranking. All rankings from Collegiate Baseball on the date of the contest.
"" represents postseason seeding in the Big 12 Tournament or NCAA Regional, respectively.

Rankings

The Horned Frogs started 2017 as the unanimous preseason #1 club. On December 20, 2016, TCU was ranked preseason #1 by Collegiate Baseball.[170] The Frogs' were also ranked preseason #1 by Perfect Game on January 11, 2017,[171] D1 Baseball on January 17, 2017,[172] Baseball America on January 23, 2017,[173] the USA Today Coaches Poll on January 26, 2017,[174] and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association on January 31, 2017.[175]

Ranking movements
Legend: ?? Increase in ranking. ?? Decrease in ranking.
NR = Not ranked. RV = Received votes. ( ) = First place votes.
Week
Poll Pre 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Final
Coaches'[176] 1 (24) 1 (24)* 1 (24)* 1 (30) 4 (7) 5 4 3 3 6 5 8 6 8 7 7 7* 7* 4
Baseball America[177] 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 7 4 7 5 6 6 7 7* 7* 4
Collegiate Baseball^[178] 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 8 4 6 7 8 5 5 4
NCBWA+[179] 1 1 1 1 3 3 4 3 3 7 3 6 5 7 7 7 5 5^ 4

^ Collegiate Baseball ranks 40 teams in their preseason poll, but only ranks 30 teams weekly during the season.
+ NCBWA ranks 35 teams in their preseason poll, but only ranks 30 teams weekly during the season.
* New poll was not released for this week so for comparison purposes the previous week's ranking is inserted in this week's slot.

Awards and honors

Preseason All Americans

List of Preseason All-Americans
Player Class Position Selected By Team
Luken Baker Sophomore DH
DH
1B
DH
DH
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper[180]
Perfect Game[181]
Baseball America[182]
National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association[183]
D1 Baseball[184]
First Team
Second Team
Third Team
First Team
First Team
Elliot Barzilli Senior 3B Collegiate Baseball Newspaper[180]
Perfect Game[181]
National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association[183]
D1 Baseball[184]
Third Team
Second Team
Second Team
Third Team
Durbin Feltman Sophomore RP Collegiate Baseball Newspaper[180]
Perfect Game[181]
National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association[183]
Second Team
Second Team
Second Team
Brian Howard Senior SP Collegiate Baseball Newspaper[180]
Perfect Game[181]
National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association[183]
First Team
Second Team
Third Team
Evan Skoug Junior C Collegiate Baseball Newspaper[180]
Perfect Game[181]
Baseball America[182]
National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association[183]
D1 Baseball[184]
Second Team
Second Team
Second Team
Second Team
First Team

Preseason Big 12 Awards

List of Preseason Big 12 Awards
Player Class Position Selected By Award
Luken Baker Sophomore DH/1B Baseball America
Perfect Game
D1 Baseball
Player of the Year
Player of the Year
Player of the Year
Nick Lodolo Freshman LHP Baseball America
Perfect Game
D1 Baseball
Freshman of the Year
Freshman of the Year
Freshman of the Year

Weekly Awards

List of Weekly Awards
Player Class Position Date Selected By Award
Luken Baker Sophomore DH/1B March 6 Big 12 Player of the Week[185]
Jared Janczak Sophomore RHP March 20
April 3
Big 12
Big 12
Pitcher of the Week[185]
Pitcher of the Week[186]
Nick Lodolo Freshman LHP April 3 Big 12 Newcomer of the Week[186]
Austen Wade Junior OF March 27 Big 12 Player of the Week[185]
Evan Skoug Junior C May 8 Big 12 Co-Player of the Week[187]
Brian Howard Senior RHP May 8 Big 12 Pitcher of the Week[187]

See also

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