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Former Houston Cougars guard Danuel House transfers to Texas A&M

Danuel House will have two years of eligibility remaining by transferring to Texas A&M.
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It is being reported by the Houston Chronicle on Sunday, June 1, 2014 that former University of Houston basketball player Danuel House will be transferring to Texas A&M University.

The Sugar Land, Texas native also announced his transfer on his personal Twitter page, stating:

“I will like to thank god and my family for supports and the schools that offer me but I will be attending The University of Texas A&M!!!!”

The former guard announced his desire to transfer, along with former teammate TaShawn Thomas, in the middle of April.

House played in 57 games, and started in 45 of them, for the Cougars from 2012 to 2014; averaging 12.9 points per game, along with 5.11 rebounds.

He was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team in 2012-2013, along with being the Conference USA Freshman of the Year.

In addition, he was a three-time selection as the Conference USA Freshman of the Week.

During his sophomore season for the Cougars, he started in 18 games, averaging 13.6 points per game along with averaging 5.33 rebounds per game.

He has a career high of 28 points against SMU on January 19, 2013 and a career high of five three-pointers against Marshall on March 2, 2013.

House will be joining a Texas A&M team that was 18-16 overall in 2013-2014 and 8-10 in Southeastern Conference play.

They finished their regular season in 2014 with a 91-83 double overtime loss to Missouri in the first round of the SEC tournament.

The Aggies secured an invitation to the College Basketball Invitational, posting a 1-1 post-season record.

They downed Wyoming in the first round of the CBI by the score of 59-43 before losing to Illinois State in the second round by the score of 62-55.

It is also being reported by Mark Berman of Fox26 television in Houston that House will petition the NCAA to play immediately.

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