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Cougar Open

2020 UH Cougar Open Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, February 21-23, 2020

Location: Memorial Park Tennis Center, Houston, TX 

Registration Link: https://m.tennislink.usta.com/tournamenthome?T=243657  

Tournament ID: 800064620

2020 Cougar Open Fact Sheet

2020 Cougar Open Entry Form

Information Flyer

 

Previous Tournaments:

2019 Cougar Open, October 25-27, 2019

2019 Cougar Open flyer in English and Spanish

Tournament signup link

Tournament ID: 800064619

For more information on the 2019 Cougar Open, please contact:

Claudia Silva
Adaptive Sports Coordinator
uhadaptiveathletics@gmail.com

 

2018 Cougar Open, October 19-21, 2018

2018 Cougar Open Fact Sheet

For more information on the 2018 Cougar Open, please contact:

Samantha Kwan, PhD
Director of the Cougar Open
uhadaptiveathletics@gmail.com
(713) 743-3948

2017 Cougar Open, October 6-8, 2017

Thank you to our sponsors, donors, UH Adaptive Athletics coordinators, volunteers, Memorial Park staff, and USTA official Tomoko King for making the 2017 UH COUGAR OPEN PRESENTED BY THE ONE STEP CLOSER FOUNDATION a success. We hope the players had a great time and we look forward to seeing everyone in 2018.

UH News featured the 2017 Cougar Open in a news item titled, "UH Hosts Nationally Sanctioned Wheelchair Tennis Tournament"

 

2016 Cougar Open

Adaptive Athletics at the University of Houston hosted its first United States Tennis Association (USTA)-sanctioned wheelchair tennis tournament October 28-30, 2016. The event featured 20 players in the A, B, C, and Quad divisions competing in singles and doubles matches. We would like to thank the athletes, student coordinators, community volunteers, USTA officials, corporate sponsors, and individual donors for making the inaugural UH Cougar Open an overwhelming success! The Houston Chronicle featured a story about the 2016 UH Cougar Open. The article includes insights from the Director of Adaptive Athletics, Dr. Michael Cottingham, as well as the Director of the Cougar Open, Dr. Samantha Kwan.

Read the story on the Houston Chronicle website.