University of Houston
Having lost its last two games, the Houston Cougars sought redemption the final game of the Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic against the TCU Horned Frogs at Minute Maid Park Sunday afternoon. After suffering defeats to SEC’s Arkansas and Big 12’s Texas Tech, Houston turned to SP Milch Ullom …
The Houston Cougars continue its losing streak as they drop their fourth game in a row against the UTSA Roadrunners. Houston’s relief pitching gives up no runs in the final 5.2 innings, but the offense wasn’t there as they lose 3-2. Photos by Andre Brooks
The Houston Cougars opened the Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic at Minute Maid Park against a former rival of the defunct Southwest Conference, the Texas Tech Red Raiders. With starting pitcher Andrew Lantrip looking to make a statement, the Cougars appeared poised to stretch their winning streak to five …
Hours before the start of the event, University of Houston students began lining up at the Student Center Theater to attend an exclusive Q&A session with CNN host Anderson Cooper, who was in town to cover the last GOP debate before Super Tuesday.
The University of Houston Cougars couldn’t overcome the Texas Longhorns’ pitching as they lose a hard-fought game, 4-1. Texas’ SP Savannah Heebner gives up only 1 run and strike outs 7 in her 7 seven innings pitched. Photos by Andre Brooks and Colby Deal
The Houston Cougars rallied back, and even gained the lead, against the Temple Owls, but it wasn’t enough to get the victory as they dropped a close one, 66-69. Rob Gray Jr (20), Damyean Dotson (20) and Devonta Pollard (19) combined for 59 of the Cougars’ points in the loss. …
The Houston Cougars continue to dominate its series against the Villanova Wildcats, winning the 3rd game 10-3.Villanova SP Mike Sgaramella struggled against Houston’s bats, as he gave up 6 earned runs in only 2.2 innings pitched. Photos by Colby Deal
The Houston Cougars take a 2-game lead on the Villanova Wildcats, completing their first shutout of the season. John King, SP, had a dominant showing, allowing only 1 hit and striking out 9 in 6 innings pitched. Photos by Colby Deal
Houston Cougar Baseball opens up its season with a routing of the Villanova Wildcats in a 13-1 victory. Starting pitcher Andrew Lantrip allows only 2 hits, no runs and strikes out 5 batters in 6 innings pitched.