Last fall, Hailee Cooper competed on the U.S. Junior Ryder Cup team with Kaitlyn Papp, who signed with the Texas Longhorns in November. Now, Cooper plans to join Papp in Austin as the Class of 2018 golfer has verbally committed to Texas. Read more…
College Night is one of the largest college fairs held in the Houston Metropolitan area with over 150 colleges and universities in attendance and over 4,000 participants.
Conroe ISD, along with neighboring districts, Montgomery and Willis, is sponsoring College Night at the Lone Star Convention & Expo Center.
College Night provides parents and students with the opportunity to learn about college admissions, financial aid, and military opportunities as well as speak with college admissions representatives.
It’s not every day a golfer makes a hole-in-one. It’s even more rare that a golfer makes an ace AND an albatross in the same round. On Friday, that’s exactly what 15-year-old Mason Nome did.
Nome, a Houston resident who is committed to Texas for the Class of 2019, began his round at Black Hawk Country Club in Richmond, Texas, with back-to-back birdies. After a bogey at the par-5 fifth, he grabbed 3-iron at the 218-yard par-3 eighth hole, playing closer to 230 yards, and holed it. click here for complete story
Officials have released the name of a female student found in a creek Tuesday morning on the University of Texas campus. Haruka Weiser, 18, a first-year Theater and Dance student, has been tentatively identified as the victim, according to university officials. click here for complete story
Freshman right-hander Chris Andritsos continued his stellar campaign by tossing 7.2 innings and giving up one run on five hits and five strikeouts. He also didn’t allow a walk on the night. The performance lowered Andritsos’ ERA to 2.65 and gave him his fourth win of the season. click here for complete story
Representing the United States, McBroom (The Woodlands, Texas) placed eighth overall in the 400m freestyle final at 3 minutes, 51.94 seconds. China’s Sun Yang won gold in 3:42.58 while England’s James Guy won silver at 3:43.75. click here for complete story