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Francisco Casillas

Francisco Casillas

Graduated from the University of Houston with a BA in Journalism.

I'm a sports writer & photographer that covers from professional to collegiate sports.

My end goal is for one day to work at a newspaper or magazine (Washington Post, LA Times, Sports Illustrated), travel and continue to do what I enjoy; talk & write about sports.

Houston Tennis came up short at home in Friday afternoon’s match-up against UT Arlington, falling in a 5-2 decision; the Cougars seek to rebound on Sunday on a doubleheader between the UConn Huskies and UTSA Roadrunners.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston earns their back-to-back shutouts with a 4-0 win against Louisiana Tech.   Photos by Andre Brooks & Francisco Casillas  

Houston Tennis closed its last matchup of the weekend with a 7-0 victory over Texas State.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston falls to Louisiana State in a 7-0 decision at the Winston Tennis Facility.    Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston sweeps Southern University, 7-0, in the first game of the doubleheader.   Photos by Francisco Casillas

Houston tennis completes the doubleheader sweeps after beating the Stephen F Austin Ladykjacks 7-0.    Photos by André Brooks  

With a dominant fashion, the Houston Cougars take sole possession of the American Athletic Conference standings with a 76-43 win against the Wichita State Shockers.   Photos by André Brooks and Francisco Casillas

Houston’s aggressive play trumps Tulane with a 75-62 win.   Photos by Andre Brooks & Francisco Casillas

The Houston Cougars found themselves in a sense of deja vu in the fourth quarter against No. 20 Washington State Cougars, a same situation back in 2009 when Dana Holgerson was an offensive coordinator on the sidelines at Robertson Stadium and Mike Leach was Texas Tech’s head coach. Down by …

Central Arkansas routs Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 73-53; advancing to the next round of the Southland Conference Basketball Tournament.   Photos by Francisco Casillas