Cougars fall in hard-fought home opener
November 18, 2014
Junior forward Marche’ Amerson played a big role in keeping the ball with the Cougars as she totaled six rebounds in Monday’s loss. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
Freshman guard Moesha Kinard is starting to see more play time in each game and looks to make an impact on the Cougars’ season. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
Junior guard Alecia Smith continues to play hard for the Cougars as she picked up 16 points in Monday’s matchup. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
Sophomore guard Alexia Sanders has done a good job of keeping the ball moving as she totaled two of the team’s 11 assists. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
Junior guard Jessieka Palmer had a big Monday night as she put up 12 points and grabbed eight rebounds. | Justin Tijerina/The Cougar
The Cougars took on the Incarnate Word Cardinals Monday night and fell 50-48 after Houston fouls put Incarnate Word into double bonus. The Cougars came up short in shooting percentage in the loss with 29.5 from the field and 43.8 compared to the Cardinals’ percentages of 36.4 and 59.3. Despite the loss, strong performances throughout the defeat as well as during previous games keep the Cougars optimistic about the season.