FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The TCU baseball team handed out white flowers meant to take a bit of the sting away for the university’s women’s basketball team after the NCAA tournament was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns.
Head coach of the women’s team, Raegan Pebley tweeted out video of the sweet exchange between athletes.READ MORE: Prices At The Pump Climbing In Texas As Rising Trend Hits Nearly 21-Month High
“This is what our team came home to after learning of the NCAA tourney cancellation. Being a part of the FROGfam is an honor. Thank you @TCU_Athletics, @TCU_Baseball and @TCUBasketball. We are still picking our hearts off the ground and in time they be securely back in our chest.”
This is what our team came home to after learning of NCAA tourney cancelation. Being apart of the FROGFam is an honor. Thank you @TCU_Athletics, @TCU_Baseball & @TCUBasketball. We are still picking our hearts off the ground & in time they will be securely back in our chest. pic.twitter.com/F8GxbKjNybREAD MORE: Canton Resident $1M Richer After Claiming Winning Texas Lottery Scratch Ticket
— Raegan Pebley (@RaeganPebleyTCU) March 12, 2020
For the first time in the tournament’s history, the Division I men’s and women’s 2020 basketball games, as well as all remaining winter and spring NCAA championships were cancelled on Thursday.MORE NEWS: Disney Closing Dozens Of Stores In The US And Canada This Year