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Athletics announces football student section ticket details

Athletics announces football student section ticket details

Oliver Grigg, Print Sports Editor
August 20, 2014
Filed under Sports

Tulane Athletics added new features to its student ticket policies as it prepares for student demand to be at an all-time high. These changes follow the program’s recent entry into the American Athletic Conference and the opening of the on-campus Yulman Stadium.Tulane undergraduate and graduate student...

Tulane names Yulman Stadium after top donor

aehrhard
August 11, 2014
Filed under Sports

On Thursday, Tulane President Scott Cowen and Athletic Director Rick Dickson held a press conference in the Wilson Athletics Center to announce that Tulane's new on-campus stadium will be named Yulman Stadium.Cowen and Dickson stood onstage in front of Tulane's head football coach Curtis Johnson, much of the T...

Pierce named new baseball head coach

Oliver Grigg
June 11, 2014
Filed under Sports

Tulane Director of Athletics Rick Dickson announced David Pierce as the 23rd head coach of the Green Wave baseball programSunday. Pierce succeeds Rick Jones, who retired following the 2014 season after serving as head coach for 21 years.“It is with great pleasure that we introduce David Pierce as the ne...

Grant picked by Redskins in fifth round

Oliver Grigg
June 11, 2014
Filed under Sports

The Washington Redskins selected former Tulane wide receiver Ryan Grant in the fifth round, No. 142 overall of the 2014 NFL Draft May 10.Grant, the first Tulane player taken in the NFL Draft since offensive tackle Troy Kropog who was selected in the fourth round, No. 135 overall in 2009 by the Tennesse...

Tulane signs legally blind long snapper

Jonathan Harvey
June 11, 2014
Filed under Sports

Head coach Curtis Johnson is never afraid to think outside the box when recruiting, but he created some buzz after recruiting incoming freshman long snapper Aaron Golub, who is legally blind with no sight in his right eye and limited vision with his left.Golub, humble and professional, said he wants ...

Green Wave end season in loss to Princeton

Oliver Grigg, Print Sports Editor
March 20, 2014
Filed under Archives, Sports

Tulane men's basketball's comeback to a 14-point deficit fell short, as it lost 56-55 against Princeton Wednesday night at Devlin Fieldhouse in the opening round of the College Basketball Invitational.Freshman guard Jonathan Stark led a resurgent second-half effort and hit a long fadeaway three-pointer to...

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