Jan. 1, 2014
HOUSTON - Fresh off a win over UConn, the University of Houston Men's Basketball team is offering $15 reserved tickets for the Cougars' Jan. 7 showdown against Cincinnati inside Hofheinz Pavilion.
In celebration of the Cougars' win over the 15th-ranked team in the nation, fans may purchase these $15 reserved tickets for the Cincinnati game from 9 a.m., to 5 p.m., THURSDAY ONLY in person at the Houston Athletics Ticket Office OR over the phone (713-Go-COOGS [462-6647] / [877-COUGAR-5 (268-4275]) OR from 9 a.m., to 9 p.m., Thursday, online by clicking here and using the promo code NEWYEAR.
Any open reserved seating for the Cincinnati game is available for only $15 by using the promo code NEWYEAR with the Athletics Ticket Office representative in person or on the phone or by typing it online in the white box in the middle of the page. This promotional discount is a savings of $10 off the regular price.
Fans should note that the Jan. 7 game vs. Cincinnati will not be Guy V. Lewis Night as previously scheduled. That special event, in recognition of Lewis's recent induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame, has been moved to Feb. 5, when Houston plays host to defending national champion Louisville inside Hofheinz Pavilion.
In addition to the Cincinnati game, 3- and 6-game mini plans also are on sale now at the Athletics Ticket Office. Three-game mini-plans start for as low as $50, while the 6-plan starts at only $80. These mini-plans are the only current method to purchase tickets for the Feb. 5 game vs. Louisville at this time.
To secure parking spaces and to support student-athlete scholarships through Cougar Pride for the upcoming season, fans should contact Cougar Pride at 713-743-GoUH or email email@example.com. Fans also can visit UHCougars.com and click the Cougar Pride tab for more information.
ABOUT THE COUGARS
The Cougars claimed a 75-71 win over No. 17/15 UConn on Tuesday night in a New Year's Eve contest inside Hofheinz Pavilion. It was Houston's first win over a nationally ranked opponent since the 2010-11 season.
Junior forward TaShawn Thomas led the Cougars with 23 points and eight rebounds and remains the only player among the league's top-two leaders in both scoring and rebounding. The Killeen, Texas, native broke a 71-71 tie with a pair of free throws with nine seconds remaining and then blocked UConn's game-tying attempt with only four seconds left to seal the win.
Before returning to Hofheinz Pavilion for Tuesday's game against Cincinnati, the Cougars meet American Athletic Conference rival USF at 3 p.m. (CST)/4 p.m. (EST), Saturday, inside the Sun Dome in Tampa, Fla.