HOUSTON - University of Houston Head Football Coach Tony Levine and the Houston Football staff will host the 2014 Women’s Chalk Talk on Wednesday, July 23, at 5 p.m. in the Athletics/Alumni Center located at 3100 Cullen Blvd.
The event opens with registration and happy hour at 5 p.m. before dinner and chalk talk instruction from Levine, offensive, defensive and special teams coordinators begin at 6 p.m..
Following the chalk talk portion of the event, participants will receive an interactive tour of the Houston Football facilities (locker room, weight room and training room) and speak with current student-athletes about their experiences before ending the evening with a hands-on drills session on the indoor turf.
Cost for the event is just $50 for those who preregister online and $60 for walk-up registration on July 23. Registration includes a camp t-shirt and free parking will be available for participants in lot 15H, located off Elgin St. between Cougar Softball Stadium and the John E. Hoff Tennis Courts.
To preregister online, women can visit www.HoustonFootballCamps.com or click HERE. All registrants must be 21 years or older and are asked to attend the event in workout clothing and running shoes for the drill portion of the event.
For questions regarding Women's Chalk Talk, please contact Tory Teykl at email@example.com or 713-743-9059.
2014 FOOTBALL SEASON TICKETS
Houston fans can guarantee a place in history by purchasing season tickets for the first ever season in the new Houston Football Stadium. General admission season tickets are currently on sale for just $140 as are Memorial Hermann Family Plan four-pack season tickets for just $299.
For those interested in purchasing 2014 reserved season tickets, fans may place a $200 season ticket deposit at UHCougars.com that will give access to participate in a 24-hour Select-A-Seat process in May. The $200 deposit is not a fee and will go towards the cost of season tickets. Lower level reserved season tickets begin at just $200.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.