The Houston Cougars won two elimination games in the American Athletic Conference Championship on Thursday.
The Texas Southern went undefeated in the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) baseball tournament to win back-to-back championships and their third championship in the past four years. The Tigers’ journey to back-to-back SWAC Championship tournament titles began with a commanding 10-3 vi…
The Galveston College baseball and softball teams both saw their seasons come to an end this past week with the Whitecap softball team getting knocked out of the NJCAA national tournament, while the baseball team was eliminated in the regional tournament.
The University of Houston baseball team ended its regular season while the softball team was knocked out of the NCAA regional tournament this past week.
The Houston Cougars clinched a share of the American Athletic Conference regular season baseball championship this week, while the softball team’s bid for a conference title came up short this past week.
The Houston Cougars remain in first place in the American Athletic Conference standings in baseball, while the softball team managed to take care of nationally-ranked Baylor in this week’s games.
Both the Texas Southern softball and baseball teams had tough weeks, as softball was only able to scratch out one win and the hot bats of the baseball team cooled down.
The Texas Southern Tigers are headed back to the NCAA tournament for their fourth time in five years after they defeated the Arkansas Pine-Bluff Golden Lions, 84-69, for the first time this season after getting swept by them during the regular season to take the SWAC championship Saturday at Delmar Fieldhouse.
Mother nature interfered with the Galveston College Whitecap baseball and softball teams this past weekend, forcing tournaments to be canceled with both teams rescheduling games at the last second.
The Houston Cougar women’s basketball team survived a 98-92 win over the Tulane Green Wave in overtime on Saturday afternoon at Avron B. Fogelman Arena in New Orleans.
It took more than 80 minutes of regulation, but the Old Dominion Monarchs disposed of the Rice Owls men’s basketball team on Thursday night in Houston at Tudor Fieldhouse, winning 82-75 in overtime.
The Houston Cougars men’s basketball team continued its undefeated start to the American Athletic Conference by beating the Temple Owls in a 76-73 win at home on Saturday afternoon.
The Missouri Tigers (7-6), who left the Big 12 Conference for the SEC in 2012, spent the entire game behind and the Longhorns (7-6) ended their first year under head coach Tom Herman on a bright note.
New athletic director Chris Pezman will be formally introduced by UH president Renu Khator and Board of Regents Chairman Tilman Fertitta at a press conference at 1:30 p.m. today at the TDECU Stadium Club.
The Grambling State Tigers outlasted the Alcorn State Braves' fourth quarter comeback to become the Southwestern Athletic Conference champions for the second year in a row in a 40-32 win Saturday at NRG Stadium.
With the win, the Cougars (7-4 overall and 5-3 in conference play) clinched a second-place finish in the American Athletic Conference West Division while Navy (6-5, 4-4) sits in third.
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.
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 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.