Dr. William E.
Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Founded: September, 1873
Colors: Purple and White
Nickname: Lady Frogs
Homecourt: Daniel-Meyer Coliseum (7,166)
President: Dr. William E. Tucker
Faculty Representative: Dr. Joseph W. Helmick
Athletic Director: Frank Windegger
Assistant AD for Women: Carolyn Dixon
Head Coach: Shell Bollin Robinson (Texas, 1986)
Career Record (Years): 6-47 (2)
TCU Record (Years): 6-47 (2)
SWC Record (Years): 1-27 (2)
Assistant Coach: Leta Davis
Coach's Phone: (817) 921-7962
SID Contact: Jerri McCauley
Address: P.O. Box 32924,Fort Worth, Texas 76129
SID Office Phone: (817) 921-7969
SID FAX: (817) 921-7964
Press Row: (817) 921-7337
1994-95 Record: 1-27
Starters Returning-Lost: 2-3
Letterwinners Returning-Lost: 6-2
1995 Team Averages (PPG, RPG): 54.3,42.9
Top Returnees: Leah Garcia (10.6 ppg, 4.1 rpg)
1994 SWC Record (Finish): 0-14 (8th)
TCU All-Time Record: 164-336 (.328)
All-Time SWC Record: 28-164 (.145)
With two years of head coaching
under her belt, Shell Robinson can see how
fast her life can change.
Robinson became TCU's first full-time assistant women's basketball coach in 1992. Twelve
months later, she became only the second full-
time head coach in the history of the program.
The former Lady Longhorn played for Jody
Conradt from 1982-85 and was captain on the
1984-85 team that went 28-3 enroute to an appearance in the NCAA Midwest
Robinson uses her playing experience to help her as a head coach.
"Being a former player, I can relate to what the players are experiencing,"
she said. "I also know what needs to be done."
Robinson has taken coaching at TCU to a new level. It is not unusual to find
her running fast breaks with her team, not to mention blocking their shots.
"My primary responsibility as a coach is to expose the student athlete to life's
lessons. Through coaching, a student-athlete is exposed to the values of hard
work, sacrifice, personal pride, integrity and othervalues that contributeto success
in life," she said.
She has given her team a new look, they are up-tempo with a play in-your-
face defense. The main concern of this coach is her players lives and helping them
to become successful people.
"The ultimate aim of our program will be to inspire student-athletes to
continually strive to become all they are capable of becoming," she said.
"Competetive basketball should provide a means to a greater end."
Robinson received her degree in management from the University of Texas
in 1986. She currently resides in Arlington with her husband Paul.
00 Kim Estes
10 Leah Garcia
11 Jackie Jenkins
15 Ginger Usher
21 Shannon Cooper
23 Sharita Hutton
25 Stacy Price
31 Tamika Christopher
32 Shalecia Stewart
33 Kayla Courtade
34 Shawanda Harps
42 Hillary Wright
44 Jennifer Hickman
45 Kim Altman
52 Rachel Holamon
54 Kim Keepers
Lady Frog Roster
Bold Denotes Returning Starter
Burlington, Iowa (Bettendorf)
Nacogdoches, Texas (Temple JC)
Palm Harbor, Florida (Tarpon Springs)
Fort Worth, Texas (Arlington Heights)
Texas City, Texas (Texas City)
Houston, Texas (Lamar)
Griffin, Georgia (Southern Union)
San Antonio, Texas (Castlehills)
Mineral Wells, Texas (Mineral Wells)
Salina, Kansas (Salina)
Temple, Texas (Temple JC)
Austin, Texas (Western Texas)
Austin, Texas (Lanier)
Dallas, Texas (Lincoln)
Keller, Texas (Keller)
Lake Oswego, Oregon (Lake Oswego)
1995-96 SWC WOMEN'S BASKETBALL