January 30, 2009
WCNT News (NC)
Tulane, which returned to NCAA play for the 10th time in 11 years last season, was chosen fourth, just ahead of Houston.
Study break for Bears' Matt Forte
He will return to Tulane University to continue his final 15 hours of course work toward a finance degree. His academic schedule this semester includes classes in strategic management, banking and English.
January 29, 2009
Former Tulane running back Mewelde Moore has become important to Pittsburgh Steelers
After two years of minimal production in Minnesota, former Tulane running back Mewelde Moore found his way to Pittsburgh.
Tulane picked fourth in Conference USA baseball
Tulane has been picked to finish fourth in Conference USA baseball in a vote by the league's nine head coaches.
Rice collapses against Tulane
There are collapses, and then there are displays of such utter ineptitude that one's mouth is left agape.
January 28, 2009
Tulane seeking to get streak started
The Green Wave goes for its first back-to-back victories in more than two months tonight when it plays at Rice.
January 26, 2009
Karr cornerback commits to Tulane
Karr cornerback Shakiel Smith committed to Tulane Friday afternoon following an unofficial visit to the Green Wave's Uptown campus, Karr Coach Jabbar Juluke said.
Tulane defense shuts down Tulsa
Baton Rouge Advocate
The Tulane women's basketball team forced 34 turnovers and held Tulsa to 12 first-half points in cruising to a 78-41 victory Saturday at Fogelman Arena.
Green Wave halts Tulsa
On Saturday, Tulane pressed Tulsa for much of the game, forcing 34 turnovers en route to a 78-41 victory at Fogelman Arena.
Tulane Women's Tennis Wraps Up 3-0 Week With 5-2 Win Over Southern
The skies were gray, the air was damp and the temperatures were chilly, but none of that could dampen the red-hot Green Wave as the Tulane University women's tennis team wrapped up a 3-0 week with a 5-2 victory over Southern Sunday afternoon at the Goldring Tennis Center.
Paying tribute to long-ago Super Bowl homes Tulane Stadium in New Orleans
The Steelers beat the Vikings 16-6 in arguably the drabbest Super Bowl of them all. It was 2-0 at halftime. Tulane Stadium came down in 1980, made obsolete by the Superdome, but not without one last surprise. In a tiny room beneath the bleachers were found two mummies, one man and one woman, stored and forgotten from a long-ago display. Got Thothi Aunk and Nefer Atethu are the only Egyptians from 900 B.C. to ever attend a Super Bowl.
January 23, 2009
Tulane freshman basketball player out for the season
Tulane University head men's basketball coach Dave Dickerson announced today that freshman Kendall Timmons will miss the remainder of the 2008-09 season with a back injury.
Wave rally falls short versus SMU
Missed shots, some late turnovers doom Tulane in close loss
January 22, 2009
Wave's defense leads to OT win over Tulsa
"For us, coming in and beating Tulsa is ridiculous," said Tulane senior forward Robinson Louisme, whose five consecutive points in overtime carried the Green Wave into the lead for good. "We showed tonight when we come out to play, we play."
January 21, 2009
January 20, 2009
Green Wave falls to Miners 73-60
In Tulane's first game against Texas-El Paso this season, the Green Wave overcame a sluggish first half to defeat the Miners on the road. In the second game, it was UTEP's turn.
January 15, 2009
'Uninspired' Tulane falters
Listless play, poor shooting sink Wave versus Southern Miss.
January 13, 2009
Green Wave adds 2 players
Defensive end Dezman Moses, a transfer from Iowa, and tight end Kevin Burris, a mid-year enrollee from Bogart, Ga., will count on the Green Wave's 2008 letter-of-intent list, which was short of the NCAA limit of 25.
January 12, 2009
Tulane grabs needed victory
Nobody would actually say so beforehand, but for Tulane, Saturday's game against Rice fell into the "must-win" category.
Wave sinks Rice
Tulane led by least 18 the rest of the way and defeated Rice 91-63.
January 9, 2009
Tulane women to host Houston
Baton Rouge Advocate
The Tulane women's basketball team hosts the Houston Cougars at 7 tonight as the Green Wave open their home Conference USA schedule.
TU seeks fast start in C-USA
"Different players are stepping up in different games for us, and I feel much better about the way we are playing going into this (conference) season compared to last (conference) season," Tulane Coach Lisa Stockton said.
Tulane football makes official the hiring of Steve Stanard as defensive coordinator
Stanard was the defensive line coach at Ohio University last season, but spent the previous nine seasons as defensive coordinator at New Mexico State and Colorado State.
January 7, 2009
Green Wave subs BYU for Alabama
Tulane will meet Brigham Young in a nationally televised game Sept. 12 at the Superdome, it was announced Tuesday.
January 6, 2009
Cunningham plans to surface with Tulane
Daily Herald (Chicago area)
Stevenson senior Erin Cunningham wants to pursue a career in architecture. That makes her choice of Tulane University all the more appropriate because she will be helping to rebuild the Tulane [swimming] program.
January 5, 2009
Tulane Green Wave top UTEP Miners women's basketball
El Paso Times
The result was a 57-48 loss that snapped the Miners' 16-game conference win streak and dropped them to 7-7. Tulane improved to 9-5, 1-0.
Non-B.C.S. Teams Push for Standing Invitation
The New York Times
It has been five years since Scott Cowen, the Tulane University president, pounded a lectern at a downtown hotel here, heaped guilt upon the major college football programs and threatened legal action if they did not open the doors of the Bowl Championship Series to the so-called midmajors.