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OPINION: Women’s golf team finishes in 10th place in final tournament of season

OPINION: Women’s golf team finishes in 10th place in final tournament of season

Josh Rothstein, Contributing Reporter [email protected]
October 30
Filed under Sports

Tulane women's golf wrapped up its fall season this past weekend by attending the Maryb S. Kauth Invitational, hosted by the University of Texas at San Antonio. In its final tournament of the season, Tulane placed in the top 10 for the first time in four tries, finishing 10th at the Briggs Ranch Golf ...

Green Wave gives up 10-point lead, loses to SMU 35-31 in homecoming game

Green Wave gives up 10-point lead, loses to SMU 35-31 in homecoming game

Jake Brennan, Staff Reporter [email protected]
October 30
Filed under Football, Sports

Heartbreak has hit Tulane’s homecoming weekend.The Green Wave football team fell 35-31 to Southern Methodist University on Saturday, despite holding a 10-point lead after a Sherman Badie touchdown on the first drive of the fourth quarter.After an incredibly slow first half offensively, with only 80 ...

Men’s basketball prepares for first game versus Loyola wolfpack

Kevin Qualman, Contributing Reporter
October 26
Filed under Basketball, Sports

As the sun begins to set a little bit earlier and the air becomes crisper, the high-paced practices start at Devlin Fieldhouse, signaling the impending arrival of the basketball season.   Next Thursday Nov. 3, the Green Wave men’s basketball team will open its season against the Loyola Wolfpack ...

Behind the Scene Saviors

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor
October 26
Filed under Sports

Before, during and after games, Tulane's equipment management team plays an integral role in making the football season run smoothly. Operating behind the scenes at football games, those who make up the equipment management team are the unsung heroes. They work with the football staff during practi...

Tulane cross-country looks to top runners for success in AAC championships

Tulane cross-country looks to top runners for success in AAC championships

Madeline Billeaud, Staff Reporter
October 26
Filed under Sports, Track and Field

The Green Wave men's and women's cross-country teams have finished successful regular seasons and are now heading into the postseason. On Oct. 29, the teams will go to West Chester, Ohio to compete in the American Athletic Conference Championships. With the help of their top runners, they hope to finis...

Green Wave rolls onto home turf: Tulane prepares to play SMU in homecoming game

Green Wave rolls onto home turf: Tulane prepares to play SMU in homecoming game

Clara Harrington, Sports Editor
October 26
Filed under Football, Sports

As Tulane prepares for homecoming weekend by decorating buildings in olive and blue, lighting up McAlister Auditorium and setting up tailgate tents on the quad, the Green Wave (3-4, 0-3 American Athletic Conference) is ramping up to take on the SMU Mustangs (3-4, 1-2 AAC) on Oct. 28 at Yulman Stadium.Tul...

Tulane falls to Tulsa 50-27 for third conference loss of season

Tulane falls to Tulsa 50-27 for third conference loss of season

Jared Chado, Contributing Reporter
October 23
Filed under Football, Sports

This weekend, Tulane (3-4, 0-3 American Athletic Conference) travelled to H.A. Chapman stadium to take on in-conference rival, the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (5-2, 2-1 AAC). Despite racking up a nifty 355 rushing yards, the Green Wave ultimately fell to the Golden Hurricanes, 50-27.In spite of their defensiv...

Green Wave to take on Tulsa (4-2, 1-1 AAC) this weekend

Green Wave to take on Tulsa (4-2, 1-1 AAC) this weekend

Aaron Wolf, Contributing Reporter
October 19
Filed under Football, Sports

After a two week break, the Green Wave (3-3, 0-2 American Athletic Conference) started strong against a tough Memphis Tigers team at Yulman Stadium, but fell apart by allowing 21 unanswered points. Now, the team must turn its attention to the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (4-2, 1-1 AAC).Tulsa is coming off...

Rounds balances sports, business

Rounds balances sports, business

Susan Fanelli, Sports Editor
October 19
Filed under Sports

A person's life may be in their phone, but when something like a cracked screen or broken battery occurs many students feel dazed and confused. For many Tulane students suffering from these problems, Josh Rounds has an answer.Rounds is a graduate student who, aside from keeping up with his courses, is ...

OPINION: Despite on-field success, student attendance falls flat

OPINION: Despite on-field success, student attendance falls flat

Tess Riley, Senior Staff Reporter
October 19
Filed under Sports

Despite the Green Wave’s recent success on the football field, the Tulane community has not stepped up regarding attendance and enthusiasm to match the football team’s efforts against its opponents.In a recent survey conducted by the Hullabaloo via Facebook, almost 57 percent of respondents have ...

Bowling rolls into new season, aims for national recognition

Madeline Billeaud, Contributing Reporter
October 18
Filed under Sports

Bowling is a popular pastime for many Americans, but the 10 women on Tulane's bowling team take the competition to another level. Since the program’s start in 2011, Tulane bowling has been a competitive force, and the team is looking to continue improving this season.Though it is considered a winter spor...

Memphis Tigers triumph over the Green Wave, 24-14

Memphis Tigers triumph over the Green Wave, 24-14

Colin Threlkeld, Associate Editor
October 15
Filed under Football, Sports

Turnovers and missed opportunities were the story of the game for Tulane (3-3, 0-2 American Athletic Conference) as it fell 24-14 to the University of Memphis Tigers (5-1, 2-0 AAC) in an early game on Friday.Tulane pulled ahead to a 7-3 lead on a 20-yard pass by Glen Cuiellette to Kendall Ardoin wit...

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