July 6, 2014
EUGENE, Ore. - The University of Houston Track & Field program wrapped up the 2013-14 season on day two of the 2014 USA Track & Field Junior Championships at prestigious Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.
Cameron Cornelius kicked off day two of the junior championships as he took 12th in the men's shot put with a mark of 17.06m (55'-11.75").
Hurdler William Gibbs wrapped up his first season as a Cougar with a seventh place finish in the 110-meter hurdles. He recorded a time of 13.80, his second best time of the season.
Freshman Brian Barraza will put on the red, white and blue to compete at the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships July 22-27 in Eugene.
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2014 FOOTBALL SEASON TICKETS
As the 2013-14 track & field season comes to a close, Houston fans can guarantee a place in history by purchasing season tickets for the first ever season in the new Houston Football Stadium. Season tickets are currently on sale starting at just $140 as are Memorial Hermann Family Plan four-pack season tickets, two adult and two youth, for just $299. Lower-level reserved season tickets start at just $200.
University of Houston alumni from the last five years (2010-14) can purchase season tickets for just $125 (upper levels) and $175 (lower level) in specially-designated Young Alumni sections with a multiplier of four times donations to Cougar Pride giving levels for the first five years after graduation.
Houston opens the 2014 season at 8 p.m., Friday, Aug. 29, when it hosts UTSA in the first ever game in the Houston Football Stadium.
GROUP TICKET INFORMATION
Single-game group ticket sales for the inaugural season in the Houston Football Stadium are now on sale via the Houston Athletics Ticket Office. Groups of at least 10 or more can purchase tickets starting at just $21 per person to any of Houston's seven home games, including 2014 Fiesta Bowl champion UCF, by calling the Houston Athletics Ticket Office at 713-GO-COOGS or by clicking here.