Women’s basketball to host Texas A&M Commerce in exhibit

HOUSTON – Following their third consecutive post-season appearance, the Houston women’s basketball program will open its 2021-22 season with a free-entry exhibition game against Texas A&M Commerce on Friday, November 5 at the Fertitta Center.

The game is free to all fans and students at the Holman Entrance. Parking will be available in lots 15C and the stadium garage for $ 5.

During the 2021-22 season, Houston Athletics will celebrate its 75th anniversary by recognizing its championship tradition, award-winning student-athletes and coaches, and memorable moments in its rich history.

As part of this year’s celebrations, the Fertitta Center will be decorated with the school’s 75th anniversary logo.

Houston Athletics recently partnered with Chartwells as a new provider of catering services to all athletics venues.

As part of this partnership, fans will enjoy an enhanced gaming experience with the addition of new and improved point-of-sale technology, digital menu screens and point-of-sale options throughout the game. Fertitta Center.

Fans will savor a range of new flavors and brands of local produce including Chick-fil-A, Papa John’s and Fuddruckers.

Returning in 2021, the sEATz mobile order and seat wait service as well as the stadium hawker service will be available to fans, providing additional convenient and affordable options while fans cheer on the Coogs.

Houston Athletics recently announced its new e-commerce and on-site merchandise retail partnership with Follett. Follett will provide UH fans of all ages with a wide variety of authentic UH gear and products at Houston women’s basketball games or online throughout the year.

Fans will enjoy the benefits of a new UH Team Shop retail store as well as additional merchandise kiosks and locations throughout the Fertitta Center.

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