The Tulane Hullabaloo

Barring a few key wins, men’s basketball struggling early on in conference


Abe Seldowitz, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

Conference play has commenced for Green Wave men’s basketball. The team started its AAC games on Monday, Dec. 30, beginning with a road trip to square off against the then No. 9 University of Memphis. Tulane trailed Memphis by three points in the last few minutes of the game but could not close the ga...

Green Wave men’s basketball tips-off with strong 7-1 record


Alex Smith, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

After a convincing 76-55 win in their season opener against Southeastern Louisiana University, the Tulane Men’s Basketball team has gone on to win six more games within a month under the new head coach Ron Hunter. The team has started their season with a strong 7-1 record against non-conference opponents. This run began with a three-game win streak against Southeastern Louisiana, Jackson State University and Northwestern S...

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 ...

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 basketball travels to Memphis to battle Tigers in first round of AAC Tournament

Redshirt senior Jordan Cornish faces off against Wichita State.

Ezra Weber, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2019

Following a heart wrenching overtime loss to Wichita State in the final game of the regular season, the Green Wave men’s basketball team will open the American Athletic Conference tournament by taking on fifth seeded University of Memphis Tigers (19-12), desperately hoping for an upset win.   ...

Women’s basketball looking to rebound, make slam dunk at AAC championship

Women’s basketball looking to rebound, make slam dunk at AAC championship

Olivia Henderson, Sports Editor

February 28, 2019

With just two conference games left, the 2019 women’s basketball season is rapidly coming to a close. Before the Green Wave wraps up the year, however, it will travel to Uncasville, Connecticut, for the American Athletic Conference championships. Because Tulane currently has a 5-9 conference r...

A Quick Huddle: Women’s Tennis edition

A Quick Huddle: Women's Tennis edition

Colleen Drangines, Associate Sports Editor

October 18, 2018

Continuing its journey around the American Athletic Conference, this week’s edition of “A Quick Huddle” heads back to the tennis courts. Let’s get ready to rally because women, it’s your time to shine. Last year, at the women’s tennis AAC Conference Championship, No. 9 seed Tulane faced...

Football pushes forward to combat Memphis

Football pushes forward to combat Memphis

Olivia Henderson, Contributing Writer

September 26, 2018

After facing one of its toughest opponents all season, Tulane football is back on its home turf and ready for a much-needed win against the University of Memphis Tigers. While the first half of last week’s game was admittedly difficult, Tulane’s defense shined through in the second half of the...