Jamie Dixon

Jamie Dixon, TCU Face First Real Adversity of Season

At Big 12 Media Day in Kansas City last month, TCU head coach Jamie Dixon said something noteworthy about the NCAA Tournament. He was happy to hear his players felt the Horned Frogs had a chance to win the Big 12 Conference this season. He was happy that the roster — which endured incredible turnover just an offseason ago — was more stable than any other roster in the conference. And, he was happy with how the team was responding to offensive and defensive adjustments this offseason.
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Fort Worth Star-Telegram

TCU basketball’s Jamie Dixon surprised by Jay Wright’s sudden retirement

Like most in the college basketball world, TCU basketball coach Jamie Dixon was caught off guard Wednesday night when news broke that Villanova coach Jay Wright would retire. Wright, 60, is regarded as one of the game’s top coaches with two national championships and just led the Wildcats to a Final Four appearance. The sport saw two coaches end their careers following the Final Four this season (Wright and Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski).

TCU basketball extends head coach Jamie Dixon through 2027-28 season, per report

TCU and men's basketball coach Jamie Dixon reached an extension that keeps Dixon in Fort Worth through the 2027-28 season, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Dixon's extension comes fresh off a 2021-22 campaign that saw the Horned Frogs advance past the first round of the NCAA Tournament for the first time in more than three decades, ending the year an overall 21-13.

TCU, HC Jamie Dixon agree to extension through 2027-28

After a 19-year absence, the TCU men's basketball team returned to the NCAA Tournament during the 2017-2018 season. The Horned Frogs again made it to the "Big Dance" in March 2022 as a No. 9 seed, and when they beat No. 8 Seton Hall in the first round, it was the program's first March Madness victory in 35 years.

TCU signs Jamie Dixon to six-year contract extension

A busy offseason for the TCU men’s basketball program continued Friday morning, with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Drew Davision reporting that head coach Jamie Dixon has agreed to a six-year contract extension that will keep him in Funkytown through 2028. Dixon has led TCU to the NCAA Tournament twice since taking over as head coach in 2016.
Gwinnett Daily Post

TCU extends Jamie Dixon through 2027-28 season

TCU extended men's basketball coach Jamie Dixon's contract through the 2027-28 season on Friday. The Horned Frogs are coming off a 21-13 campaign that included the program's first NCAA Tournament win since 1987. Ninth-seeded TCU defeated No. 8 Seton Hall, 69-42, in the first round before losing to No. 1 Arizona, 85-80 in overtime.

Jamie Dixon previews Arizona matchup

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - TCU head coach Jamie Dixon met with the media on Saturday and broke down the matchup with Arizona. "Their numbers speak for themselves, and their balance is what makes them so good offensively,” Dixon said. “Certainly a challenge for us defensively. We've gone against some very good offensive teams, but this team is, as I said, a little bit different, but I know our guys are looking forward to the challenge.”
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Everything TCU coach Jamie Dixon said following program’s victory over Seton Hall

TCU basketball won its first NCAA Tournament game in 35 years on Friday night. The Horned Frogs overwhelmed 9-seed Seton Hall in a 69-42 victory at Viejas Arena. It’s the program’s first victory since the 1987 tournament when coach Jamie Dixon was a player on the team. Dixon scored 11 points in the Frogs’ victory over Marshall.