Houston Cougars

AAC FBS | 0-0
  • Passing Yards
    35th
    301.9 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    150th
    157.3 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    49th
    459.2 YPG
  • In 2 Years Under Wochomurka, Houston Goes from Last to First at AACs
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    In 2 Years Under Wochomurka, Houston Goes from Last to First at AACs

    Just 2 years after placing last at the conference meet, new Head Coach Ryan Wochomurka has led the Houston Cougars to their 1st American Athletic Conference title in program history. The Cougars led the team standings with 772 points, beating 2016 champion SMU (676) by 96 points. They had 3 individual champions: Freshman Laura Laderoute (200 IM), freshman Peyton Kondis (100 breast), and junior Micaela Bouter (3-meter). In addition, they set 9 school records. Needless to say, the Cougars’ improvement has been astounding. So what’s been the biggest change in the program since Wochomurka stepped on deck? “Belief. Wholesale belief from our Coaching Staff, Support Staff, our Student-Athletes and perhaps

  • No. 15 Cincinnati extends home streak, beats Memphis 87-74
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    No. 15 Cincinnati extends home streak, beats Memphis 87-74

    CINCINNATI (AP) After a dominant first half, No. 15 Cincinnati relaxed and wound up sweating one out. Jacob Evans III scored 12 of his 15 points during the Bearcats’ lopsided first half on Thursday night, and they let most of a big lead slip away before holding on for their 25th straight home victory, 87-74 over Memphis. Cincinnati (25-3, 14-1 American Athletic) led by as many as 24 points during its highest-scoring opening half in conference play this season, pulling ahead 51-32 at the break. The Tigers cut the lead to six points before fading. “We got off to a big lead, and in the second half I feel we started to coast a little bit,” Evans said. “We can’t do that. If we want to make a deep