From the details of Dana Holgorsen’s contract to the attitudes of the individuals involved, the Houston Cougars and their new head football coach are looking to be in it together for the long haul.
Clear Falls Knights volleyball alum Briana Garcia led the Central Florida Knights to a celebration Sunday, as UCF clinched the American Athletic Conference Championship with a 25-17, 25-16, 25-23 sweep of East Carolina.
In a wild, high scoring affair, the Houston Cougars fell victim to self-inflected errors in both halves and were pounded on the ground by the Temple Owls, dropping their second straight American Athletic Conference game, by the final score of 59-49 Friday night at TDECU Stadium.
Missing star defensive tackle Ed Oliver, the Houston Cougars got a virtuoso performance from quarterback D’Eriq King and the offense, as they topped previously undefeated No. 21 South Florida Bulls, 57-36, in Saturday’s American Athletic Conference showdown at TDECU Stadium.
A big fourth quarter saw the Houston Cougars survive a sloppy effort in the first half and a putrid third-quarter showing to defeat the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, 41-26, in their American Athletic Conference opener Thursday at TDECU Stadium.
In a turf war between two schools separated by just one city block, the Houston Cougars, led by a solid all around performance, mauled the Texas Southern Tigers by the final score of 70-14 Saturday night at TDECU Stadium.
Seabrook native and Clear Falls alum Ashlynn Dunbar was named to the Mountain West touring All-Star volleyball team that will participate in the 2018 Global Challenge in July.
A passion for working with and inspiring children recently earned Texas City alum Asa Garcia the distinction of being named to the Southeastern Conference track and field community service team.
On Friday, the Cougars will begin the NCAA Regional Tournament with a 6 p.m. contest against the Purdue Boilermakers in the opening round at Boshamer Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C. on the campus of the North Carolina Tar Heels.
Friendswood alum Lael Lockhart Jr. has made himself more comfortable at the University of Houston’s baseball program in year two of his college career.