Besides the Round Rock Classic, there hasn’t been much about the 2020 schedule yet. Aggies released their non-conference schedule and we’re heading there this year (looks like we’ll be playing them yearly now as this will be the 3rd year in a row).
Just makes sense. Both program get a short drive for a weekday game and they keep or improve SOS.
Hopefully this year we play it. Last year my wife and I drove all the way to College Station. I was an idiot and just kept checking A&M’s Facebook, figuring the home team would be in charge of announcing the cancellation. Turns out UH announced it on their page 30 minutes before we even left the house. That’s what I get for not trusting the Coogs.
Needless to say, my wife didn’t speak a word to me most of the ride home.
Will we be having fall scrimages against Blynn and San Jac again this year?
Unsure. Haven’t seen anything so far.
I saw San Jac on September 25th but haven’t seen anything else.
Don’t think Coogs are playing Blinn but for sure San Jac
I went to the Red/White game last year, but missed the other two scrimmages against other schools. It was kind of boring when you’re basically rooting for both teams. I did enjoy the pre game announcements about not harassing opposing fans though.
Houston plays at UIW on October 15th at 5:00pm. This is one of Fall scrimmages. UIW posted their schedule on twitter
Cool, get to see Shotzenberger again!
Change!!! Looks like UIW will come to Houston to play on October 27th
Coogs are at Tulane April 3-5
Looks like Coogs are at UCONN May 1st thru 3rd… Posted on UCONN Baseball
That’s good. The later the better when Up there
Absolutely… Baseball and cold weather are not a good mixture…
Morrone Stadium is demolished.
May 1st - is at Dunkin Donuts Park in Hartford, CT
Really nice looking facility. Home of the ‘Yard Goats’(Colorado Rockies AA)
The next 2 are at new Elliott Ballpark. Looks sweet. Opens Mar 29.
I have a feeling this is going to be a Special and Exciting season, with a Special group of players, and our dynamic group of coaches… Let’s start w/a Conference Title !!!
Rice has released their schedule:
@Rice March 4th
Home March 31st
Constellation Field May 12th
NOTES ON SCHEDULE
1 – Houston joins Stanford, Tennessee and Texas Tech in the inaugural Round Rock Classic
2 – Cougars set to play two games at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas: Sam Houston State, Rice
4 – Houston will host four American Athletic Conference opponents at home: Wichita State, USF, Memphis, UCF
6 – Schedule features six home midweek games: UTRGV, Baylor, Rice, Texas, A&M-Corpus Christi, Sam Houston State
7 – Houston will host eight weekend series
10 – Head Coach Todd Whitting enters his 10th season at the helm of the Cougars
15 – Houston will host Opening Weekend games for the 15th straight year
17 – The Cougars are scheduled to play 17 games vs. nine different 2019 NCAA Regional teams
24 – The Cougars are 24-3 under Todd Whitting (last nine seasons) during Opening Weekend
27 – Houston will host 27 home games at Don Sanders Field at Darryl & Lori Schroeder Park
29 – The Cougars are scheduled to play 29 games in the Houston area
56 – Houston will play 56 regular-season games