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TCU launched a 360 virtual tour showcasing our spirited campus. The 2015 renovation of the Ed and Rae Schollmaier arena created the 7,000-square-foot Jane and John Justin Hall of Fame to recognize our spirit organizations and student-athletes who excel on our 21 NCAA Division I teams and in the pros. Check out some of the highlights.
Fans walking in the Schollmaier arena may immediately notice the circle of uniforms worn by student-athletes and members of our spirit organizations. These are changed out for each game, reflecting the actual uniforms worn by players that week. From equestrian to football to the Justin boots worn by Showgirls, it's a celebration of our spirit organizations and sports played on campus. The space highlights everything from historic bowl wins to recent accomplishments like women’s soccer winning the 2020 Big 12 Championship and women’s rifle capturing the 2019 NCAA Championship.

If walls could talk – well these do and they tell TCU's story of athletic excellence. In addition to trophies, the hall of fame features a showcase for every sport and 42 interactive screens highlighting TCU's greatest athletic accomplishments, our unique Horned Frog mascot and game day traditions. Walking through the hall, it's impossible to ignore our school spirit and pride.

Horned Frog Fans know the names of LaDainian Tomlinson, Angela Stanford, James Cash, Davey O'Brien, Jamie Dixon and the rest of the hall of fame inductees recognized in the space. We also highlight Academic All-Americans and Horned Frogs in the pros.