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Soccer Wraps Homestand, Host Tulsa


HOUSTON– Houston will wrap up its three home games with an American Athletic Conference game at 1 p.m. Sunday against Tulsa for its Vs. Cancer game at the Carl Lewis International complex.

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All children (12 and under) will receive free admission with their youth jerseys as well as free popsicles. Fans are invited to stay after the game for autograph signings with select Houston Soccer student-athletes.

The game will be streamed on ESPN+ with Matt Pedersen and Andrew Driver calling the action. Live stats will also be available here.

Students will now be able to claim two free tickets to all home soccer games. Students can claim their tickets by showing their student ID at the door.

Fans can buy tickets for a match by clicking on here or by going to the ticket office. Mobile tickets can also be purchased at game time at the box office located in Schroeder Park (baseball), adjacent to the Carl Lewis International complex.


In the last game against Tulsa, Houston took a 2-0 victory (October 28, 2021) with Samantha Wihe and Mia Brascia leading the Cougars to victory at Hurricane Stadium in Tulsa, Okla.
· The Cougars lead the series, 8-5-3.


Houston is in his second season under the head coach Jaime Frias.
· The Cougars are 5-4-3 this season and 1-1-2 in conference play.
In their last game, Houston earned a 1-1 draw on Thursday against SMU with the midfielder Samantha Wihe scoring Cougar’s only goal, his second of the season.


Tulsa is in its second season under head coach Jim Rhein and 15e with the program.
· The Golden Hurricanes are 6-4-3 this season and 1-1-2 in conference play.
· In its last game, Tulsa earned a 1-1 draw against Cincinnati on Thursday at Hurricane Stadium in Tulsa, Okla. Isold Runarsdottir scored a penalty in the 67e minute to give Tulsa the draw.


After their bye weekend, the Cougars return to action when they meet American Athletic Conference rival Cincinnati at 6 p.m. CT on Thursday, Oct. 20 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Houston will then continue its final road trip of the regular season as it takes on UCF at 12 p.m. (CT) on Sunday, October 23 in Orlando, Fla.

The Cougars return to Carl Lewis International Complex will host American rival Temple for Senior Night at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 27.


Started by a pediatric brain cancer survivor and former college athlete, Vs. Cancer empowers any sports team, athlete, or community to help children with cancer. As the flagship fundraising campaign of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, Vs. Cancer proceeds help fund local hospital programs for children with brain tumors and other cancers, financial relief and essential resources for families of patients nationwide, as well as groundbreaking research to cure pediatric brain tumors – the deadliest form of childhood cancer.

Rejoin Houston Rise, a $150 million capital campaign for Houston Athletics dedicated to championship success in the Big 12 Conference. All Houston Rise contribution prepares our Cougars to compete and win when we start Big 12 competition in July 2023.

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Fans are invited to join the Cougar Reserves in supporting Houston Soccer. Cougar Reserves members provide financial support directly to Houston Soccer for needs beyond the program’s operating budget.

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