The Houston Cougars shook off the rain on their way to a dominating 70-14 over the Texas Southern Tigers on Saturday night.
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.
The Houston Cougars gave former head coach Kevin Sumlin a rude welcome back, pouncing on his Arizona Wildcats early for a 45-18 win Saturday at TDECU Stadium.
Galveston College bid farewell to the only head softball coach the Whitecaps have ever known at a retirement reception Tuesday before his retirement became official Friday.
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.
The University of Houston Cougars will be going to Chapel Hill, N.C., as a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Baseball Tournament after the selection was made on Monday.
The Texas Southern Tigers are the 2018 Southwestern Athletic Conference Champions and are headed to regionals for the second straight year.
Rice second baseman Trei Cruz broke a 3-3 deadlock with a two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to help lift Rice to a 5-4 win over Florida Atlantic in the Conference USA tournament.
For Taylor Troutt, setting records and earning conference honors for the Columbia University Lions softball team are all great and everything. But what matters more to her is the state the program she and her fellow seniors leave it in when they graduate this year.
With bragging rights to this year’s American Athletic Conference regular season title already secured, the University of Houston Cougars will now turn their attention to the AAC baseball tournament this week in Clearwater, Fla.
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.
For the first time since 2002, the Galveston College Whitecaps find themselves playing amongst the best of the best in junior college softball as they prepare for the NJCAA National Tournament this week in St. George, Utah.
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.
Battling through tragedy and adversity this year, the Galveston College Whitecaps have fought back to qualify for the NJCAA Region 14 baseball tournament.
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 Houston Cougars put in a strong showing this past week with the softball team going unbeaten while the baseball team took a win over nationally ranked Wichita State.
The Galveston College Whitecaps baseball and softball teams had a mixed bag this past week, facing against some of the tougher teams in the Region XIV.
The Rice Owls broke even in their games this week, winning two and dropping two, pulling their record to 16-21 overall and 6-8 in Conference USA action.
The Galveston College Whitecaps softball team saw their winning streak come to an end, while the baseball team had a tough time against the Blinn College Buccaneers in last week’s games.
Baton Rouge is beginning to get acquainted with four-time Galveston County softball player of the year Shelbi Sunseri, as the soft-spoken Santa Fe alum has been making a lot of noise with her bat recently in what is becoming a memorable freshman season with the LSU Tigers.
The Rice Owls dropped a non-conference game against Sam Houston State before posting consecutive wins over Old Dominion. The Owls move to 14-19 overall and 4-7 in Conference USA play.
Clear Springs alum Brooke McCarty's size has not stopped her from being an unstoppable scoring machine for the Texas Longhorns women’s basketball team throughout her four years in college.
Friendswood alum Chris Collins saw action in 17 games this season, averaging 7.1 minutes per game (120 minutes total) while going 9-for-30 on field goals and 3-for-4 from the free throw line. Collins also totaled five 3-pointers, helping the Aggies to a 22-13 overall record this year.
Tragedy struck the Galveston College Whitecaps baseball program this past week with the death of player Andre Derouen Jr., who drowned on Friday evening while swimming out to rescue his younger brother who had become trapped in a neighborhood pond in League City.