September 2009 NewsStand



Oct. 2, 2009

September 29, 2009

Anderson named co-running back of the week; Williams nabs receiver of the week award
Tulane seniors Andre Anderson and Jeremy Williams have been named the College Football Performance co-Running Back and Receiver of the Week, respectively, during week four of the 2009 college football season as it was announced today by the CFPA.

Video: Tulane's David Fox at New Orleans Quarterback Club
David Fox, the Director of football Operations for the Green Wave, addresses the Greater New Orleans Quarterback Club before Tulane road trip to Army

College Football Challenge: Anderson a top play
Will Harris discusses the College Football Challenge value of Tulane's Andre Anderson.

Buying and selling season futures
Mark Schlabach's sidebar takes notice of Tulane's Jeremy Williams as a week four Big-Play Receiver.

September 28, 2009

Anderson named co-running back of the week; Williams nabs receiver of the week award
Tulane seniors Andre Anderson and Jeremy Williams have been named the College Football Performance co-Running Back and Receiver of the Week, respectively, during week four of the 2009 college football season as it was announced today by the CFPA.

Tulane Team Report
Tulane's weekly recap from Fox Sports

September 23, 2009

Tulane faces tough battle vs. McNeese
The Advocate
After a bye week, the Green Wave is technically stepping down in class, but it'll be facing the No. 8 team in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision when it plays McNeese State (3-0) at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Superdome.

Tulane Prepares for New Season vs McNeese
Tulane is looking at this week as the beginning of a new season. The Green Wave, coming off a bye after getting routed in its first two games by Tulsa (37-13) and BYU (54-3), plays McNeese State at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Louisiana Superdome.

VIDEO: Tulane's Andre Anderson talks about McNeese State
Tulane running back Andre Anderson talks with Times-Picayune beat reporter Tammy Nunez about the defense the Green Wave will face this Saturday against the Cowboys at the Superdome

Peterson gets his shot in the Big Easy
Eugene (Ore.) Register Guard
For the past few years, Eric Peterson has been itching to get out on his own and lead a collegiate track and field program. The former standout distance runner at North Eugene and Oregon got his wish Thursday with the announcement that he has been named director of men's and women's track and field and cross country at Tulane University in New Orleans.

September 22, 2009

Tulane's Roger Dunaway at the Quarterback's Club (Video)
Roger Dunaway, Tulane's Assistant Athletic Director for Athletics Communication, at the New Orleans Quarterback Club on Sept. 21 2009.

Flu prevention: Colleges emphasize cleanliness
JournalGazette.com (Ft. Wayne, Indiana)
At Tulane, in New Orleans, 27 players with mostly mild symptoms were cleared to return to practice about a week before the Green Wave's season-opener against Tulsa.

September 21, 2009

LSU-Tulane rivalry ties shouldn't be severed so quickly
Times Picayune/NOLA.com
by John DeShazier: No national uproar accompanied the announcement that the Tulane-LSU football series will discontinue after this season, perhaps forever.

September 18, 2009

Toledo Pleased with Thursday's Practice
New Orleans.com
The Tulane football team returned to the practice field for the final session during the bye week and worked a little under two hours with scrimmaging and spending a majority of the time preparing for its next opponent, McNeese State, today at the Westfeldt Practice Facility.

September 17, 2009

One Way Street With LSU Not Enought For Tulane
New Orleans.com
You can't have it both ways....That is, at least, if you are Tulane when it comes to playing LSU in football. What has been a likely outcome for months is now official--LSU and Tulane will no longer play a home-and-home football series.

Tulane-LSU Cancel Football Series: The Advocate | WRNO | ESPN.com

September 16, 2009

Tulane football struggles are same old story
New Orleans.com
An open date for Tulane football is a perfect time to pause and reflect.

September 14, 2009

BYU wears down Tulane defense

W. Golf. Tulane Golfers Finish Second at Mo Morial after Rain Forces Cancellation of Final Round
The Tulane women's golf team was forced to settle for a second place finish at the Mo Morial after heavy rains in the area forced the cancelation of Sunday's third and final round at the Traditions Golf Club in Bryan, Texas.

September 11, 2009

Green Wave halt Privateer home winning streak with four victory set
New Orleans.com
Tulane snapped the University of New Orleans' school-record tying eight match home win streak with a 3-1 (25-20, 25-18, 24-26, 25-22) victory at the Human Performance Center on Thursday night.

Tulane wide receiver Jeremy Williams talks about this week's game against Brigham Young (video)

Tulane Women's Golf Opens 2009 Fall Campaign at the Mo Morial this Weekend
The Tulane women's golf team opens the 2009-10 campaign this weekend at the 2009 Texas A&M Mo Morial on the Par 72, 6,255-yard course at the Traditions Golf Club in Bryan Texas, and TU will begin the season nationally ranked with its No. 31 spot in the Golf World/NGCA Coaches Poll.

Tulane on list of games to watch
Tulane has the offensive weapons.

September 10, 2009

Tulane's Kemp learning from first-start jitters
He looks to improve, turns focus to BYU's blitz-happy defense

September 9, 2009

Wave to tip off against Georgetown
Monroe, Hoyas part of difficult schedule

September 4, 2009

Tulane hosts Tulsa in season opening Conference USA tilt
New Orleans.com
Tulane expects its season opener against Tulsa on Friday night in the Superdome to be a gauge of how much the team has improved since last season.

Tulane Football Opens 2009 Season against Conference USA Rival Tulsa on ESPN this Friday
The Tulane football team opens its 115th season of college football this Friday at 7:06 p.m. against Conference USA foe Tulsa in front of a national television audience on ESPN at the Louisiana Superdome.

Tulane football coach Bob Toledo taking different approach this season

Tulane hopes to be a better match for Tulsa
The Ledger
Tulane will have to be a lot different to avoid another embarrassing loss to Tulsa in both teams' opener on Friday night at the Louisiana Superdome.

Tulane's Anderson Receives C-USA Sportsmanship Award
New Orleans.com
Conference USA Commissioner Britton Banowsky today announced the four student-athletes who were selected as recipients of the 2009 C-USA Sportsmanship Award, among them is Tulane's Andre Anderson.

Could the H1N1 Virus Affect the NCAA Football Season?
Associated Content
The Director of Sports Medicine at Tulane University, Dr. Greg Stewart, reported that 18 players had the flu during the first week of practice.

September 3, 2009

Swine flu prevention runs counter to close seating at football stadiums
Birmingham News
Tulane University reported as many as 31 football players and six members of the volleyball team were believed to have come down with the flu, prompting Tulane to cancel the football team's Fan Day and keep the volleyball team from playing its season-opening game in Nebraska.

LSU-Tulane football rivalry fading away?
Times-Picayune/NOLA.comFans attending the LSU-Tulane football game on Halloween night at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge might want to keep a memento.

Adversity doesn't break Tulane
Women's volleyball program perseveres despite several challenges

September 2, 2009

Teams try to wash hands of flu problem: College football programs taking measures to prevent swine flu
Houston Chronicle
Among the harder-hit campuses were Tulane and Duke. Tulane, which hosts UH on Oct. 17, lost 27 players with mild flu-like symptoms last week, but all were cleared to return to practice this week.

Tulane Green Wave football awaiting Tulsa's three-quarterback attack in opener