HOUSTON - The University of Houston Men’s Basketball program will face Oklahoma State in Stillwater, Okla., on Dec. 8 during the 2018-19 season as part of a home-and-home series with the Cowboys.
Game time and broadcast network for the Cougars’ road contest this season will be announced in the near future. Houston will meet the Cowboys inside the Fertitta Center during the 2019-20 season on a date to be determined.
This season’s meeting will be the first time the Cougars have faced Oklahoma State since March 12, 1965, during the NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional in Manhattan, Kan.
Houston has not squared off against the Cowboys in Stillwater since Feb. 22, 1958.
SECURE YOUR SEASON TICKETS in the FERTITTA CENTER
University of Houston Men’s Basketball fans are invited to purchase 2018-19 season tickets as the Cougars compete in the $60-million Fertitta Center for the first time. Fans may purchase season tickets for the 2018-19 season for as low as $175 with a variety of premier seating options available.
University of Houston graduates from the previous five academic years qualify for special Young Alumni pricing at only $125.
Fans now have the opportunity to take their first steps toward the 2018-19 season by placing a $30 deposit on season tickets at UHCougars.com/mbbdeposit or by calling 713-462-6647.
For more information on the Fertitta Center Seat Selection Process, fans can visit uhcougars.com/fertittacenter or call the Cougar Pride Office at 713-743-GoUH (4684).
ABOUT THE COUGARS
Under the leadership of American Athletic Conference and NABC District 25 Coach of the Year Kelvin Sampson, the Cougars enjoyed one of its most successful seasons in recent history in 2017-18.
The Cougars posted a 27-8 overall record and tied for second in The American. With their 67-65 win over San Diego State in the NCAA Tournament First Round on March 15, the Cougars enjoyed the program’s first NCAA victory since 1984.
Houston returns three starters and seven lettermen from 2017-18, including American Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team member Corey Davis Jr., 2018 American Sixth Man of the Year Armoni Brooks and three-year starter Galen Robinson Jr.
Davis finished second on the team with 13.1 points per game and looks to become only the second player in school history with multiple seasons with 100+ treys in 2018-19. Brooks averaged 9.3 points per game and ranked among The American’s leaders in 3-point field-goal percentage and 3-point field goals made per game.
Robinson, who hails from Houston and prepped at Westbury Christian, is looking to become just the second player in school history with four seasons of 100+ assists during his career.
JOIN the 50-50 CLUB
Fans are invited to join the 50-50 Club to support Houston Men’s Basketball. 50-50 Club members help fund program necessities and enhance the experience for our student-athletes.
Fans who join the 50-50 Club will receive embroidered team apparel, a signed basketball, invitations to practice, a tour of the $25 million Guy V. Lewis Development Facility, regular updates about the program and much more.
Fans can receive updates by following @UHCougarMBK on Twitter and catch up with the latest news and notes on the team by clicking LIKE on the team’s Facebook and Instagram pages.