UH Coogs head to Independence Bowl to face Ragin’ Cajuns
University of Houston Football makes its 30th bowl appearance all-time when the Cougars face off against the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns in the Radiance Technologies Independence Bowl at 2 p.m., CT on Friday, Dec. 23, from Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Rockets Legend Elvin Hayes receives proclamation by Mayor Turner to honor him on retirement of his jersey number on Nov. 18
Mayor Sylvester Turner presented Tuesday former University of Houston and Houston Rockets player Elvin Hayes with a proclamation to honor him on the retirement of his jersey number on Nov. 18.
2 under 2: Former Astros Carlos Correa, wife, Daniella Correa Rodriguez, say they’re expecting a second child
Looks like former Houston Astros Carlos Correa, now with the Minnesota with the Twins, will have his hands full as he and his wife Daniella Correa Rodriguez just announced they are having another baby.
Former star football player of Cinco Ranch HS, Rice University sentenced in overdose death of another Rice U. star athlete
A former football star of both Cinco Ranch High School and Rice University has been sentenced to serve time in federal prison for distributing a synthetic opioid that killed another football star at Rice University in March of 2018, U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery announced.
Mulkey, Schwartz lead Rice past Ole Miss for WNIT title
Rice (23-4), which won the 2017 WBI, won its first WNIT title. Jasmine Smith added 11 points, nine rebounds and four steals for the Owls. Donetta Johnson made a layup that gave Ole Miss (15-12) its first lead with 6:12 left in the first quarter but Schwartz answered with a layup on the other end just 18 seconds later and Rice led the rest of the way. The rest of the Ole Miss team combined to make 11 of 45 (24.4%) from the field. The previous two WNIT champions, Arizona and Indiana, are in the Elite 8 of the 2021 Women's NCAA Tournament.
Houston’s defense locks in, beats Syracuse 62-46 in NCAAs
Now it's taken coach Kelvin Sampson's team somewhere new: the program's deepest NCAA Tournament run since the days of Olajuwon, Drexler and the famed “Phi Slama Jama." Quentin Grimes scored 14 points and Houston's defense locked down on surging Buddy Boeheim, helping the Cougars beat Syracuse 62-46 on Saturday night in the Sweet 16 while holding the Orange to their lowest point total in an NCAA Tournament game. That sent the second-seeded Cougars through to their first regional final in 37 years, earning a matchup with No. “It’s the best defense that that we’ve seen this year and they deserved to win,” coach Jim Boeheim said. Syracuse had shot at least 52% each time while making 29 3-pointers — but there would be no repeat of that unexpected 2016 Final Four run thanks to Houston's defense.