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 “I am extremely excited for our players, fans, supporters and the UH community,” said Houston baseball coach Todd Whitting. “Our entrance to the Big 12 is the culmination of years of hard work, the amazing support of our fans and donors and our tremendous leadership." more
“This was just the best choice for me to come back,” Sasser said. It won’t do anything but help me even more. It’s going to help me become a better player all-around and just be even more prepared for the draft process next year.” more
“It comes down to our heart,” Shead said . “It’s our heart, we don’t want to lose. We want to win for each other. These guys love each other so much and they’re really my brothers, it goes way beyond basketball." more
“This team really had to come together,” Sampson said. “Probably more than any other team we’ve had here. We had to be a team, we couldn’t be a team of stars, it had to be teammates. That’s what we teach and emphasize." more
After leading the University of Houston Men’s Basketball program to another winning season, another ACC regular season championship and tournament championship and another NCAA Tournament berth, Head Coach  Kelvin Sampson was named one of 10 semifinalists for the Werner Ladder Naismith Coach of the Year Award. more
“Before we went on the floor, we talked about how everyone here would remember this day for the rest of their lives,” said UIW head coach Jeff Doe. “Having this experience, you’re never going to forget this, and obviously, what a memorable game it was.” more
“We tried to buy into everything Coach told us all season,” said Terrion Murdix, who was named the tournament’s MVP. “As you can see, it worked. We’re going to the Tournament and we’re about to be dancing.” more
The Merrell Center will play host to the tournament, which starts Wednesday and will go through Saturday, with the champion taking an automatic bye into the NCAA Tournament. more
After leading the Cougars to a pair of wins while averaging a double-double, University of Houston graduate forward Josh Carlton was honored as the American Athletic Conference Player of the Week.  more
Behind 20 points from Ryan Burkhardt and 19 points and five assists from Keon Clergeot, Southeastern Louisiana University defeated Nicholls State 77-72 in the first Southland Conference Tip-Off on Saturday at the Merrell Center. more
Behind 146 yards rushing and three touchdowns from Deuce Vaughn and 259 yards passing and three touchdowns from Skylar Thompson, Kansas State easily ran to a 42-20 victory over LSU in the TaxAct Texas Bowl on Tuesday at NRG Stadium. more
The Men’s Southland tip-off is set to start Thursday, as the Southland teams prepare for conference play. more
“We regret this unfortunate development, ” Southland Commissioner Tom Burnett said. “However, we want all of our programs safe and healthy as they prepare for the start of league games in a couple of weeks. " more
 “We came in here wanting to put a stamp on a great season, and I think we did that,” said Houston head coach Dana Holgorsen. “Now we can propel it into next year." more
“I still think the new guys still are (adjusting),” Sampson said. It’s a process for all the new guys, it takes some longer than others, but they all have a good attitude and are working hard. We’ve been doing things to get ready for the start of practice but things will get accelerated starting today.” more
“We didn’t do a very good job in the second half from an offensive perspective,” Houston coach Dana Holgorsen said. “That’s one of the worst halves I’ve ever been a part of. I admit that, I own that and we’ll work hard on trying to fix that.” more
Houston will open the season on Saturday against Texas Tech and it seems like this might be the year that Dana Hongerson can field a strong team, but there are still question marks. Here are five things to look for during the game. more
“That’s exactly why I wanted to go to Tech, that’s exactly what I want,” Brome said. “They compete everyday and that’s the type of environment I want to be in. I wouldn’t be going there if I didn’t want to play at the next level.” more
College athletes in Texas will soon be able to receive compensation from outside businesses that want to use their name, image or likeness under a new law Gov. Greg Abbott signed Monday … more
No. 1-seed Stephen F. Austin got a scare from No. 3 Sam Houston State in their Southland Conference Tournament women’s basketball championship game Sunday afternoon, but the Ladyjacks dominated defensively late to pull away for a 56-45 win in a classic “Battle of the Piney Woods” at the Merrell Center and earn the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. more
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