The Cougars (6-3 overall, 4-2 in the American Athletic Conference) will have their hands full when they face the Green Wave (4-6, 2-4).
If there were any worries that the Cougars (6-3 overall, 4-2 in the American Athletic Conference) would fall back to earth after last week’s upset over USF, those thoughts were put to ease quickly as Houston raced to a 21-0 first quarter lead and with the win, became bowl eligible.
The Texas Southern Tigers won their first game of the season with their third-string quarterback Elijah Odum against the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils 38-21, Saturday at Ross-Totten Stadium.
Playing in Tampa, the Cougars snapped their two-game losing streak with a 28-24 win over the Bulls thanks to quarterback D’Eriq King’s 20-yad touchdown run with 11 seconds remaining.
As they prepare to face another nationally ranked foe, the Houston Cougars, at least, have had more than a week to get ready for this week’s game against South Florida.
The Cougars’ defense allowed the most points in a single half this season and the Memphis Tigers erased a 24-7 deficit in the second half to cap a 42-38 win over Houston on Thursday night at TDECU Stadium.
The Cougars (4-1 overall, 2-0 in the American Athletic Conference) have turned their attention to this week’s conference road game against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (1-5, 0-2).
The League City senior native who plays at linebacker had three tackles on kickoffs in the Cougars’ 20-13 win over the Temple Owls in Philadelphia last Saturday.
The Dickinson native averaged 2.12 blocks per-set and hit .400 last week in two wins for the Rebels, earning her the conference honors which was announced this past Monday.
The Texas Tech Red Raiders delivered second-half knockout blows and staved off a late Kyle Postma-led Houston Cougars rally for a 27-24 win Saturday at TDECU Stadium.
The Houston Cougars hosted the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Saturday afternoon at TDECU Stadium. The Red Raiders won the slow back and forth game 27-24.
With Houston stitched to both the front and back of their jerseys in tribute to those affected by Hurricane Harvey, the Cougars put on quite a showing for the storm-weary city in their home opener Saturday against crosstown rival Rice, routing the Owls, 38-3.
Texas Southern University’s starting running back Brad Woodard was one of the first Dickinson players to play Division I college football after leaving high school under Dickinson head coach John Snelson.
Ball High alum Baine Schoenvogel proved that leadership does not always have to come from the players on the field, as the Texas A&M Aggies baseball team recently bestowed to him the Marion Pugh Spirit Award.
With one heartfelt postgame press conference speech, Texas City native and Sam Houston State head baseball coach Matt Deggs became an overnight sensation, but the foundation for his inspirational words took years to establish.
As Ball High alum Baine Schoenvogel and his Texas A&M Aggies teammates awaited the announcement of the NCAA baseball tournament’s 64-team field, they knew they were the very definition of a bubble team.
Texas City alum Riley Cooper capped his Lubbock Regional MVP showing with 4 2/3 innings pitched, picking up his third win of the tournament as Sam Houston State topped Texas Tech, 4-3, to book the first trip to the Super Regionals in school history.
Ball High alum Baine Schoenvogel made the most of a pinch hitting opportunity in the top of the ninth inning of Monday afternoon’s NCAA regional contest, blasting a leadoff home run well beyond the left-center wall to give Texas A&M a 4-0 lead, but little did anyone know at the time that it would be a game-saving play.
The Houston Cougars got their clutch on late, coming back from a 3-1 deficit to blow by the Iowa Hawkeyes, 7-5, and into the championship round of the Houston Regional.
Faced with elimination in Game 3 of the NCAA Houston Regional, every Cougar in the starting lineup had a hit and a run scored, as Houston pounced back in a mega way, mauling the Baylor Bears, 17-3.
The NCAA 2017 Division I Baseball Championship got under way across the country on Friday and several Galveston County alumni saw action in the Houston Regional.
The top-seeded, hosting Houston Cougars opened up the NCAA regionals throwing its ace, Trey Cumbie, but the Iowa Hawkeyes peppered him with 10 hits and maintained a lead that the Cougars could never overcome, falling 6-3 Friday night at Schroeder Park and sending themselves to the losers’ side of the bracket.
In the opening game of the 2017 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship’s Houston Regional, the Texas A&M Aggies took advantage of a rocky top of the sixth inning from the Baylor Bears to come away with an 8-5 win Friday afternoon at Schroeder Park.
The Houston Regional of the 2017 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship will definitely have a Texas feel with three in-state schools, but there will also be a touch of Galveston County when play in the four-team bracket begins today at Schroeder Field.
Arkansas State senior and Clear Falls alum Erin Farmer will be looking for one more shot to put her name on the list of NCAA champions, as she has qualified to compete in the shot put at next week’s NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
The Galveston College softball team concluded their 2017 season this past Monday while participating in the Region XIV Softball Tournament hosted by Angelina College in Lufkin.
The Houston Cougars (9-3) have a rush defense ranked No. 3 in the nation and won't concede the most career rushing yards in NCAA history to San Diego State's Donnel Pumphrey.
It wasn’t long ago that Madison Wadyka and Rachel Duncavage were teammates on Clear Creek’s volleyball and track and field teams.