HOUSTON - With only a few days before the exhibition home opener, University of Houston Men's Basketball fans are encouraged to take advantage of the complimentary shuttle from TDECU Stadium to games in 2017-18 at Health & PE Arena on the campus of nearby Texas Southern University.
The H&PE Arena garage will open, and complimentary shuttle service will begin 90 minutes prior to tipoff. Fans can be picked up to ride the shuttle to games in Lot 12A near Gate 3 on the south side of TDECU Stadium.
Following Men's Basketball games, fans will board the shuttle outside H&PE Arena near the intersection of Ennis and Ruth for the return trip to TDECU Stadium. Return service is scheduled to last for one hour following the game.
For regular-season games, cash parking is available for $5 in the H&PE Arena Garage while spaces are open. Fans should enter the H&PE Arena Garage off Blodgett Street.
Construction continues as Hofheinz Pavilion undergoes a $60 million renovation to become the Fertitta Center for the 2018-19 season. The extensive project was made possible by a generous $20 million gift from UH System Board of Regents Chairman Tilman J. Fertitta and his family.
EXHIBITION OPENER on SUNDAY
The Cougars open their 2017-18 season with an exhibition game against Angelo State at 3 p.m., Sunday, inside H&PE Arena. From there, Houston faces McNeese at 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 10, in the regular-season opener for both teams inside H&PE Arena.
Season tickets for 15 regular-season games and Sunday's exhibition against Angelo State inside H&PE Arena on the campus of Texas Southern begin as low as $100. Fans can purchase season tickets online at UHCougars.com/tickets or by calling the Athletics Ticket Office at 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647).
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 the latest news and notes by following @UHCougarMBK on Twitter. Fans also can discuss the latest Houston Men's Basketball news and notes on the team's Facebook page by clicking LIKE at HoustonCougarMensHoops or by visiting the team's Instagram page at UHCougarMBK.