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RECAP: Ten Takeaways from Tulane vs. Connecticut

Matt Coleman, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2014


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Final Score: 12-3 Tulane Senior quarterback Nick Montana, who began the season No. 3 on the Tulane depth chart, completed his first 7 passes, one of which resulted in a 7-yard touchdown to freshman tight end Charles Jones on the Wave’s first drive of the game. Montana hit seven different receivers ...

Defense thrives as Tulane football defeats Connecticut 12-3 under the lights

Mackenna Barker, Associate Sports Editor

October 12, 2014


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Tulane football (2-4, 1-1 American Athletic Conference) contained the Connecticut Huskies (1-5, 0-3 AAC) to 217 yards, picked up 4 sacks and forced 3 turnovers in the 12-3 win, the second win ever at Yulman Stadium.Senior quarterback Nick Montana played his first start of the season as redshirt freshm...

Ten Points on Tulane vs. Connecticut

Ten Points on Tulane vs. Connecticut

Matt Coleman, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2014


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1. The Green Wave allow almost 100 more yards per game than Connecticut, giving up 424 yards per game compared to the Huskies’ 330 yards per game.2. The Wave have scored on 10 of 17 opportunities zone offense, which ranks No. 10 out of 11 teams in the American Athletic Conference .3. UConn is last in the conf...

Tulane volleyball bounces back against Houston after Cincinnati defeat

Dara Tucker, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2014


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Tulane volleyball (3-12, 1-2, American Athletic Conference) dropped its second consecutive match Sunday at Devlin Fieldhouse, falling 3-1 to Cincinnati (10-4, 2-0 AAC). The Wave rebounded on Wednesday, however, defeating Houston (9-6, 1-2, AAC) by a score of 3-1.While Tulane got off to a strong star...

Tulane football takes the pledge against domestic violence

William Potts, Associate Sports Editor

October 2, 2014


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Tulane football came together September 30, and released a video, featuring several prominent players, challenging the Tulane community as a whole to join them in taking the pledge to stop domestic violence.In recent weeks, the issue of domestic abuse has been brought to the forefront of national med...

Say ‘shalom’ to Tulane’s newest player, Aaron Liberman

Say ‘shalom’ to Tulane’s newest player, Aaron Liberman

Jonathan Harvey, Online Sports Editor

October 1, 2014


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Known as the 'Jewish Dwight Howard,' 6-foot-10 sophomore transfer center Aaron Liberman and third recorded practicing Orthodox Jew to play Division I basketball in NCAA history lives on the top floor of the Chabad House.Liberman transferred from Northwestern to Tulane this summer following coaching cha...

Tulane baseball releases 2014-15 schedule

Jordan Figueredo, Associate Sports Editor

October 1, 2014


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Tulane baseball released its 2014-15 inaugural American Athletic Conference schedule Tuesday.The Green Wave will play 30 home games at Turchin Stadium. It will compete against 32 games against programs ranked in the top 100, including 17 teams that made NCAA Regional appearances during the 2013-14 seaso...

Wave needs immediate special teams changes to win

Wave needs immediate special teams changes to win

Mackenna Barker, Associate Sports Editor

September 30, 2014


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Tulane football (1-4, 0-1 American Athletic Conference) heads into its first bye week this week and not a moment too soon.Following a frustrating 31-6 loss against Rutgers Saturday, Tulane desperately needs to regroup and clean up several aspects of its game.One major point that head coach Curtis Johns...

RECAP: Ten Points on Tulane vs. Rutgers

Matt Coleman, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2014


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Final Score: 31-6 Rutgers1.  Coming into the game, Tulane ranked No. 4 in the country in penalties committed, with 43 through its first four games. The Wave added another seven penalties on Saturday.2. In career start No. 33 for Rutgers senior quarterback Gary Nova, he went a perfect 9/9 in the first...

Why you should follow the Tulane women’s tennis Twitter

Why you should follow the Tulane women’s tennis Twitter

Maggie O'Rear, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2014


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Tulane women's tennis finished up the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend, Indiana Sunday, as junior Ipek Birol and senior Emily Dvorak went 2-1 in singles on the weekend. But the Wave's success this weekend isn't why the sports staff is ecstatic about women's tennis. The official Tulane Women's...

Tulane football loses 31-6 at Rutgers, Lee suffers shoulder injury

Jordan Figueredo, Associate Sports Editor

September 27, 2014


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Tulane football (1-4, 0-1 American Athletic Conference) lost 31-6 against Rutgers (4-1, 0-1, Big Ten) Saturday at in Piscataway, New Jersey. The Green Wave dug an early hole for itself and trailed the Scarlet Knights 21-6 at the half. The Wave failed to score in the second half.Rutgers senior quarterback...

Our protein obsession grows, shows no signs of slowing down

Oliver Grigg, Print Sports Editor

September 27, 2014


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We are going protein crazy.In a culture where fats, carbohydrates and sugars are considered our enemies, protein shines as our unequivocal savior; our life-sustaining drug. But Tavis Piattoly, sports dietitian and nutritionist for the Tulane Athletic Department, said this thinking is wrong.“People c...

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