The Tulane Hullabaloo

Women’s tennis hopes to save season in remaining matches


Abe Seldowitz, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2020

Here’s the update you’ve all been waiting for on how the Green Wave women’s tennis team has been doing recently.  On Sunday, Feb. 23, the team lost a match against the University of Texas, Arlington. The team dug itself into a hole when doubles started, allowing UTA to take a 1-0 lead in si...

Tulane football team honors seniors in final home game of 2019

Justin McMillan and Will Wallace celebrate after a Green Wave touchdown.

Michael Weiss, Contributing Reporter

November 26, 2019

The home schedule for the Green Wave football season has drawn to a close. Yulman Stadium is retiring for 2019 as the boys in green sit at 6-5 with both some encouraging wins and notable losses. Tulane’s 34-31 loss against UCF on this past Saturday, Nov. 23, not only marked the end of Green Wave...

Tulane football enters final 3 games hoping to land more impressive bowl game

Ygenio Booker scores a touchdown.

Owen Scher, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2019

After defeating Tulsa 38-26, Tulane is bowl eligible in back-to-back seasons for the first time since the 1990s. After reaching this milestone, Tulane football is looking to improve on an already successful season. In front of a large, raucous homecoming crowd of over 27,000, Tulane successfully hel...

Women’s tennis season ends at AAC championships


Bella Baff, Associate Sports Editor

April 17, 2019

This week, the Tulane women’s tennis team traveled to Orlando, Florida, for the American Athletic Conference Championships. Located at the United States Tennis Association National Campus, the tournament will feature a total of 11 matches across four days from April 17-20. The Green Wave headed into the championships with a 10-13 overall record...

Men’s tennis defeats USF to win first AAC conference crown

Colleen Drangines, Contributing Reporter

April 25, 2018

History was made last weekend as Tulane men's tennis claimed the American Athletic Conference crown, ending the University of Southern Florida's four-year hold on the title and earning the first AAC team title in school history. Seeded No. 2 heading into the tournament, the Green Wave's last conference championship appearance was in 2014 and its last win in 2005. Bypassing the first round, Tulane's road to success began in the quarterfinal...

Women’s Golf struggles at Sugar Bowl Championship

Golfer Gabrielle Correia was one of two Green Wave players in the top 50 at the Sugar Bowl tournament. Correia and the rest of women's golf are looking forward to their upcoming tournament at Clemson.

Cullen Fagan, Sports Associate Editor

February 28, 2018

Last week, the Tulane women's golf team hosted the 2018 Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Golf Championship, from Feb. 18-20, on its home course. This was its eighth year hosting the tournament. Many top teams participated in the Sugar Bowl, including six of the nation's top 25 teams. These included No. 8 Oklahoma State, No. 11 University of Southern California, No. 13 Michigan State University, No. 18 University o...

Women’s Golf stops short at spring opener

Carrigan English, Sports Editor

February 7, 2018

The Tulane Women's Golf team began its spring season this past weekend in full swing in attending a tournament hosted by the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. While the results did not place the team within the top finishers, hopes are still high for the remainder of the year. The G...

From the Basement: The problem with playoffs

From the Basement: The problem with playoffs

Shea Dobson, Sports Editor

November 29, 2017

In 2014, the college football playoff was introduced. Touted as a flawless replacement for the poorly-structured BCS bowl championship, it has only proven to be an expanded revival of the tired system, complete with poor judgment and complete exclusion of any team that lies outside of the Power 5. ...