Last season, the Cougars sold out five of their six home games.
They expect Robertson Stadium to be even more packed this year.
Free admission will still be granted to UH main campus students for home games with a student ID.
Those concerned about not getting in can now ensure a spot for themselves, fellow students and friends who don’t attend the Univeristy by purchasing Student Guest Tickets.
Tickets will go on sale at 8 a.m. the Monday before home games at the Athletics Ticket Office.
The tickets range in price from $25 for UH’s opener against UCLA to $15 for Georgia State and Marshall.
After having two of the most illustrious careers in UH history, former Cougars Brittney Scott and Courtney Taylor may need to brush up on their Spanish-speaking skills.
Both players signed with teams in the Spanish league. Taylor signed with AG.DVA. Baloncestes Aviles, and Scott signed with Ourense.
“I’ve been playing basketball all of my life, so to get to this level and achieve another goal, it feels really good,” Scott said in a release.
The two are fresh off of leading the Cougars to a 26-6 overall record (16-0 Conference USA), and a regular-season conference championship. Taylor finished her career as the all-time UH leader in rebounds and double-doubles. Scott made the most 3-pointers in program history with 226.
UH announced it added the Brigham Young Cougars to its non-conference schedule for the 2013, and 2014 seasons.
The Cougars will host BYU on Oct. 19, 2013, at Robertson Stadium. The next season on Sept. 27, 2014, UH will travel to Provo, Utah, for the second game of the series.
“We are very pleased to be able to bring such a high-quality opponent to the University of Houston campus,” Director of Athletics Mack Rhoades said in a release.
“BYU is a tradition-rich football program and will make for an exciting series. We believe in playing a strong non-conference schedule against teams nationally known to our fans.”
The two schools have never squared off on the gridiron. BYU is entering its first season as an independent.
“We’re excited to play this series with Houston,” BYU Director of Athletics Tom Holmoe said. “It allows both schools to have unique travel experiences and play very good competition.
“Our football team has never played in Houston, so I’m excited that BYU fans in that part of the country will have an opportunity to see our team play in person.”
Details regarding television broadcasts and ticket sales will be made available later.
The Athletics Department is slowly clueing in fans on the Cougars non-conference schedule via Twitter (@UHCougarBB) and Facebook.
Each day this week they will release another opponent.
The Cougars will open the 2012 season with a series against Delaware from Feb. 17-19 at Cougar Field.
UH will follow that with another home weekend series against Texas State from Feb. 24-26.