The Tulane Hullabaloo

Tulane women’s basketball team off to hot start

women's basketball

Jake Blancher, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2020

Tulane’s women’s basketball team has been riding the wave as of late, winning seven of its last eight games, including six intraconference wins. The Green Wave’s success has positioned the team second in the American Athletic Conference (AAC), only behind women's basketball powerhouse University of ...

Men’s tennis team serves early success

Men’s tennis team serves early success

Jake Blancher, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2019

Having achieved key victories in the first invitationals and tournaments before the official regular season kicks off, the Tulane men's tennis team is already off to a strong start. The team had great individual success last season, with 8 of the 10 players earning either a conference or Louis...

Opening Tip: Green Wave women’s basketball season begins with dominating win


Jake Blancher, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2019

The Green Wave women’s basketball team took to the court at home with a dominant win against the Jackson State Tigers Tuesday. Krystal Freeman led the Green Wave with 18 points with Louisiana-Monroe transfer Arsula Clark adding 15. Dene’ Mimms had a superb game defensively with six blocks, contribut...

A Quick Huddle: Football

A Quick Huddle: Football

Harrison Simon, Contributing Reporter

September 18, 2019

After an impressive 58-6 victory over Missouri State, the Green Wave football team has fans feeling optimistic about repeating last year’s bowl game success. If fifth-year senior quarterback Justin McMillan and company want to end the season hoisting another, more coveted trophy, however, they will...

Men’s tennis expects successful season, builds on NCAA tournament appearances

Ready for a successful season, senior Luis Erlenbusch practices in preparation for the Crimson Tide Four-in-the-Fall-Tournament hosted by University of Alabama.

Alex Smith, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2019

Enemies of the Green Wave men’s tennis team, beware! The 2019 team is already brimming with experience. With four of the nine players entering their senior seasons, this year is expected to be an extremely successful one for Tulane.  Last season, the Green Wave finished with a 14-13 overall ...

Let the good times bowl wave: Tulane’s chances for another bowl game

The Green Wave football team becomes the AutoNation Cure Bowl champions after defeating the University of Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns 41-24.

Ezra Weber, Sports Editor

September 4, 2019

Last year’s exciting win in the AutoNation Cure Bowl and this year’s promising recruiting class has many Green Wave football fans on the edge of their seats, wondering about the chances of continuing postseason success. These flames have been further stoked by the thorough thrashing handed out t...

Despite successful season, road remains tough for Tulane baseball

The Tulane baseball team has had an impressive season so far, currently boasting an overall record of 26-14. The team, however, still has some tough games ahead.

Ezra Weber, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2019

Following a thorough 20-5 thrashing of the University of Memphis Tigers and a devastating loss to Southeastern Louisiana University, the Tulane University baseball team is ranked second in the AAC with an 8-3 conference record, just two wins shy of Eastern Carolina University’s 11-1 conference ...

Athletics drops ball on equality: Examining disparities between men’s, women’s collegiate athletics

Athletics drops ball on equality: Examining disparities between men’s, women’s collegiate athletics

Colleen Drangines and Olivia Henderson

April 10, 2019

In November a complaint was filed against the Newcomb College Institute claiming the organization discriminated against men on Tulane’s campus. Little attention, however, has been brought to the disparities in Tulane athletics’ allocation of resources in relation to gender. A 2017 report from th...

Women’s golf falls in Clemson Invitational, looks to AAC Championship

Junior Haydyn Gibson was among Tulane's top competitors at the recent Clemson Invitational Tournament.

J.P. Rodocanachi, Contributing reporter

April 10, 2019

Heading into the final stretch of its spring season, the women’s golf team traveled to Sunset, South Carolina, to compete in the fourth annual Clemson Invitational Tournament, its final competition before the American Athletic Conference championships. Four top-25 teams competed, resulting in so...

Incoming men’s basketball coach Ron Hunter impresses during introductory press

Ron Hunter announces his plans to make the Tulane men's basketball an NCAA champion team.

Julian Bombard, Senior Staff Reporter

April 3, 2019

When Ron Hunter was introduced as the 25th  head coach of Tulane men’s basketball at Devlin Fieldhouse, he immediately made his intentions clear. “I’m going to the tournament,” Hunter said, before looking at the returning players, sitting in the front row. “If y'all don't want to go, t...

Men’s tennis team gains momentum, improves record

Sophomores Akos Kotorman and Hamish Stewart work together to help the team regain momentum after a tough season

Julia Hyman, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2019

The No. 43 ranked men’s Green Wave tennis team is approaching its last few matches of the season and looking to score some much needed wins. Recently, the team has been on the upswing after a string of unfortunate losses. On March 15 at City Park, Tulane swept Old Dominion University, then ...

Women’s golf hopes to overcome turbulent season in upcoming tournaments

Sophomore Jennifer Rosenberg has been a stand-out player for the Green Wave this season.

Justin Walton, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2019

Entering Lorne Don’s sixth season as head coach, Tulane women’s golf seemed poised to have a productive year. The Green Wave returned an impressive number of upperclassmen that included Junior Haydyn Gibson, Junior Gabrielle Correia, Senior Sofia Goicoechiea and Senior Laura Munoz. Each of these golfers hav...