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The Tulane Hullabaloo

Football remains winless in-conference with loss to Houston Cougars, 30-18

Jake Brennan, Staff Reporter [email protected]
November 13
Filed under Football, Sports

The Green Wave (3-7, 0-6 American Athletic Conference) offense continued to improve on Saturday, but it was not enough to outpace the University of Houston (8-2, 5-2 AAC), resulting in a 30-18 loss for Tulane.The Green Wave defense had difficulty holding off the Cougars in the first half, allowing 14 points ...

Wave falls in home opener to No. 6 UNC 95-75

Josh Rothstein, Contributing Reporter [email protected]
November 12
Filed under Sports

The Tulane men’s basketball team (0-1, 0-0 American Athletic Conference) tipped off it’s season on Friday night at the Smoothie King Center in downtown New Orleans against No. 6 University of North Carolina (1-0, 0-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), falling short to the Tar Heels 95-75.A ranked oppon...

Green Wave to take on the Houston Cougars this Saturday

Green Wave to take on the Houston Cougars this Saturday

Aaron Wolf, Staff Reporter
November 11
Filed under Football, Sports

After four straight losses, head coach Willie Fritz and the Green Wave (3-6, 0-5) will look to regain some pride facing off against a strong American Athletic Conference rival in the University of Houston Cougars (7-2, 4-2).  The Cougars started off the season hot, led by star quarterback and early-season...

Women’s basketball integrates new players into team, readies for season

Ty Josloff, Contributing Reporter [email protected]
November 9
Filed under Basketball, Sports

With an eighth straight season of 20 or more wins on the line, two all-conference players and a head coach who is entering her 23rd year at the helm of the program, this season of Tulane women's basketball looks to be both exhilarating and prosperous.On Saturday, the Green Wave women's basketball team...

Opinion: Volleyball faces conference challenges near end of season

Clara Harrington, Sports Editor [email protected]
November 9
Filed under Sports, Volleyball

As women's volleyball (14-12, 6-8 American Athletic Conference) enters its final weeks of conference play, the team readies itself for a slew of challenging league competition. Despite some recent fallbacks, the team is persevering with confidence as its fall season continues.Most recently, Tulane wa...

Disconnect exists between basketball ticket prices, team successes

Disconnect exists between basketball ticket prices, team successes

Tess Riley, Senior Staff Reporter [email protected]
November 9
Filed under Basketball, Sports

Despite the women's basketball team coming off of a 23-12 (11-7 American Athletic Conference) 2015-16 season compared to the men's 12-22 (3-15 AAC) record, the men's season tickets cost four to six times more than the women's.The athletics department looks at how much other teams within the AAC are cha...

Club hockey works to increase fanbase

Club hockey works to increase fanbase

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor [email protected]
November 9
Filed under Sports

Beyond chipped teeth and bruised shins, hockey is a sport about camaraderie. At Tulane, hockey is skating into place as one of the school's most popular club sports.Tulane hockey is an American Collegiate Hockey Association Division III team and plays local college teams throughout Louisiana, Mississ...

Luke Jackson fights on, off field

Madeline Billeau, Staff Reporter [email protected]
November 9
Filed under Sports

Over the past four years, the Tulane football program has experienced enormous changes through the shifting from Curtin Johnson, who led the Green Wave from 2012 to 2015, to current head coach Willie Fritz.Though defensive end Luke Jackson has been a member of the team throughout the team's period of immense...

Baseball wraps up this year’s season of fall ball

Baseball wraps up this year’s season of fall ball

Clara Harrington, Sports Editor [email protected]
November 2
Filed under Baseball, Sports

This past weekend, baseball wrapped up its six weeks of fall practices for the year. Now, the team will enter its off-season period of training to prepare for its seasons spring start. Baseball concluded the fall ball season during Alumni Weekend, where alumni joined the current team on Greer Field at Turchin St...

Football prepares to take on UCF this weekend in re-scheduled contest

Football prepares to take on UCF this weekend in re-scheduled contest

Clara Harrington, Sports Editor [email protected]
November 2
Filed under Football, Sports

After falling to Southern Methodist University 35-31 in last weekend's homecoming game, the Green Wave (3-5, 0-4 American Athletic Conference) seeks to redeem itself in this week's away game against the University of Central Florida (4-4, 2-2 AAC).The teams were initially scheduled to play on Oct. 7,...

Alumni donation presents opportunities for athletics

Alumni donation presents opportunities for athletics

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor [email protected]
November 2
Filed under Sports

Over the past year, Tulane athletics has undergone significant changes. These changes, while daunting to some, have served as an inspiration to others.Donald Peters, a Baltimore portfolio manager for T. Rowe Price and Tulane graduate of the class of 1981, and his wife Lora showed their faith in the Gree...

Big 12 chooses to not expand, leaves Tulane out

Big 12 chooses to not expand, leaves Tulane out

Jake Brennan, Staff Reporter [email protected]
November 2
Filed under Sports

After months of anticipation, the Big 12 has announced it will not expand, at least for now.For hopeful candidates like Tulane, that means the increased prestige and the significant revenue increase that come with Power Five athletics will have to wait. More importantly, it means that the more likel...

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