Houston Soccer Unveils 2022 Schedule

Houston – Houston football and first year coach Jaime Fries He announced his 2022 schedule on Wednesday with a slate of eight home games in Carl Lewis International Assembly. Fans can also view the full schedule with times over here.

“The 2022 schedule will give us the opportunity to compete against teams that have a rich history of success,” Frias said. “We will be challenged by opponents from outside the conference to play with consistency and focus, which in turn will help us prepare to play the American Athletic Conference. There is an exciting building around our team and we look forward to showcasing our talents in front of our fans this season.”

As part of the full 18-game schedule, the Cougars will face four teams that have advanced to the 2021 NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship.

The Cougars are fresh from the 2021 season that featured a 13-5-2 record, setting a new record for 13 wins, the most since the 2010 season. Houston’s success during the 2021 season also included a 9-1-1 home run, ranked No. 2 in the Championship American Conference.

After opening the roster with a home show match against LSU (August 14), the Cougars started the season on the road against Big 12 Conference opponent Oklahoma (August 18). Houston will continue to swing the road at Lamar (August 21), Louisiana Lafayette (August 25) and Sam Houston (August 28).

Houston returns to Carl Lewis The international pool opens its home against future Big 12 enemy Baylor (September 1), followed by cross-town rival Race (September 4) for Youth Day.

The Cougars will hit the road in their last two non-conference games against Texas Tech (September 8) and will return to the Houston area to take on cross-city rival HBU (September 11) at Sorrels Field.

Houston begins the final season of American Conference action at home against the USF (September 15) as part of Hispanic Heritage Night.

The Cougars will travel in two of their four home games off the field to face ECU (September 22) and Memphis (September 29), the 2021 American Athletic Conference champions.

October brings three home games including Houston’s last non-conference game against UTSA (October 2) and two US matches against SMU (October 6) at Greek Night followed by Sunday’s game against Tulsa (October). 9).

The Cougars will then travel to Cincinnati (October 20) and UCF (October 23). To wrap up the regular season, Houston will honor its first class before facing Temple (October 27).

about cougars
The Cougars brought back 24 student-athletes for the 2022 season, with 20 Cougars watching events at some point during the 2021 season and 13 different individuals scoring at least one goal.

Houston brought back two of its All-Conference picks from last season, including the defender Emma Clark, who was the second-team runner-up in all conferences, and is a staple in the back line with 19 starts. Midfielder Samantha Weihy He was named to the All-Rookie Team after establishing herself with 13 starting line-up appearances.

ESPN + coverage
All of Houston’s home matches will be shown on ESPN+. Stay up-to-date with coverage updates at UHCougars.com

the tickets
Fans can buy single match tickets by clicking over hereOr by visiting the ticket office. Mobile tickets can also be purchased at game time at the ticket booth located in Schroeder Park (baseball), next to Carl Lewis International Assembly. For more information on how to purchase tickets, call 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647).
Students will now be able to claim two tickets at no cost to all football matches on their home ground. Students can claim their tickets by showing their student ID cards at the gate.

Join the Cougars Reserve
Fans are invited to join the Cougar Reserves to support Houston Soccer. Cougar Reserves members provide financial support directly to Houston Soccer to meet needs beyond the program’s operating budget. For more information on giving levels and benefits, fans can click here.

stay connected
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