The Tulane Hullabaloo

Tulane track and field sprints to the finish of its indoor season

Graduate student Jennifer Lamori, senior McKenzie Melius and redshirt senior Emma Newton competing in 2019.

Lucas Sachs, Contributing Reporter

March 4, 2020

Tulane women's track and field finished its indoor season strong this weekend at the AAC Championships in Birmingham, Alabama.The team put up an impressive battle in the championship and now begins preparations for the outdoor season Tulane dominated the leaderboard in the 60-meter hurdle, with senior Brandi Hughes taking home thir...

Back-to-back bowl wins puts dynasty on Coach Fritz’s mind

armed forces bowl

January 16, 2020

With a decisive 30-13 win against Southern Mississippi in which the Green Wave came back from being down 13 at the beginning of the first quarter, head coach Willie Fritz’s team built on last year’s success to secure back-to-back bowl victories for the first time in program history. The win o...

Women’s swim and dive team looks ahead to U.S. Open Championships

Women’s swim and dive team looks ahead to U.S. Open Championships

Abe Seldowitz, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

The Green Wave women’s swim and dive team closed competition at the 2019 Phill Hansel Invitational Tournament, finishing fourth out of five teams with a point total of 716 points.  The tournament was located at the University of Houston’s Campus Recreation & Wellness Center Natatorium...

Letter to the Editor: Time to turn up, Tulane fans

The bleachers of Yulman Stadium sit empty. Some Green Wave fans are disappointed with the student body for its low attendance during football games.

Evan Nicoll

October 2, 2019

Evan Nicoll (‘12) is a Senior Development Officer in the A.B. Freeman School of Business Office of Development, Former USG President and proud student-athlete Alright, Tulanians. This is it. This is the time to show up for our team.  Football games aren’t just about coming out to tailgate....

Swim dives into new season, hopes to reach AAC championships again


Abe Seldowitz, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2019

The Green Wave swim and dive team will splash into the 2019-20 season with high prospects and a new face. Head coach Leah Stancil recently named John Sirmon as the team’s dedicated diving coach.  During his three seasons with the Carolina Diving Academy, Sirmon oversaw a program that featured players competing i...

Intersectional Confessional: I wish you felt how I felt

Intersectional Confessional: I wish you felt how I felt

Eric Charles, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019

Margaux Armfield | Staff Artist I wish you felt how I felt. I first came to Tulane on an unofficial visit for football. I was excited about the new atmosphere in contrast to where I’m from: a place that instead loves itself for a long-standing relationship with crime and shortened life spans, ...

Weighing the Wave’s chances for bowl eligibility: What to expect in the final games

Weighing the Wave’s chances for bowl eligibility: What to expect in the final games

Grant Barnes, Sports Editor

November 14, 2018

Over the past few years, Green Wave fans have seen quite a few ups and downs from Tulane football. From the missed, game-sealing field goal in last season’s homecoming game against the University of Cincinnati, a controversial officiating error against Southern Methodist University that cost the G...

Baseball shocks Houston, takes three-game series

Tulane baseball’s Kody Hoese hits a game tying three-run home run with two outs in the ninth. Hoese and the rest of Green Wave baseball will be back in series play at home this weekend against East Tennessee State University.

Grant Barnes, Sports Editor

April 18, 2018

Coming off of two consecutive series losses, Tulane baseball entered last weekend in dire need of a conference series win. This past Sunday, that wish came true as the Green Wave took down the University of Houston Cougars two games to one. The Wave opened its series against the Cougars on Friday ...

Men’s basketball celebrates Mardi Gras in style with themed jerseys

Men’s basketball celebrates Mardi Gras in style with themed jerseys

Cullen Fagan, Associate Sports Editor

February 7, 2018

On Jan. 31, just days after the first Mardi Gras parades of the year, Tulane men's basketball debuted its new Mardi Gras-themed jerseys against East Carolina University. The team also wore them in its game against Temple University this past Sunday. It follows in the tradition of New Orleans' NBA team, the New...

Trio of juniors shine for swimming in the Lone Star State

Tulane's swimming and diving team members cheer each other on at a recent meet. The women's team will compete  at the American Athletic Conference Championship, beginning Feb. 14 at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

Grant Barnes, Sports Editor

January 31, 2018

Tulane women's swimming and diving finished its lengthy regular season this past Friday and Saturday at the Houston Quad Meet on the campus of the University of Houston. Though the team was defeated by opponents LSU, Rice and Houston, it did compile an impressive six top-five finishes and several records. Led by a trio of juniors, the team is ready to continue the success of this weekend in February's American Conference Cha...

Men’s and women’s basketball heat up the court, despite freezing temperatures

Tulane's Melvin Frazier and Cameron Reynolds give a high five mid-game. Frazier will be hoping for a good selection in this coming year's draft.

Sophie Brams, Contributing Reporter

January 24, 2018

While Tulane students went back home to lie in their beds and spend time with family over the break, the men's and women's basketball teams continued their 2017-18 seasons. The men's team played seven games, tallying a 4-3 record over the break, with significant conference wins over Southern Methodi...

Par for the course: Men’s basketball falls 91-62 against Houston

Sophomore guard Melvin Frazier squares off against redshirt senior Houston guard Damyean Dotson during the Wave's Feb. 8 matchup against the Cougars. Tulane would suffer it's eighth loss in a row as Houston went on to win 91-62.

Jake Brennan, Sports Editor

February 9, 2017

Despite the hopes of breaking a seven-game losing streak, Tulane men's basketball (4-20, 1-11 American Athletic Conference) suffered a crushing 91-62 loss to the Houston Cougars (17-7, 8-4 AAC) in a conference matchup Wednesday night at the Avron B. Fogelman Arena in Devlin Fieldhouse. Houston's...