Performers of the Week

Male Performer of the Week

Tony Rizzotti -BaseballSophomore - Pitcher - Arlington, TexasGPA: 2.266 - Major: Management Tony Rizzotti pitched a one hit, complete game shutout against Sam Houston State to open the season for the Tulane Green Wave, striking out five and walking only one. It was the first complete game for the Green Wave since Wade Konvicka went the distance against Jackson State on April 27, 2011. It was the first shutout Tulane has thrown since Josh Zeid and Preston Claiborne joined forces to blank East Carolina in the Conference USA Tournament on May 22, 2009. Rizzotti's performance marked the first time Tulane notched a complete game shutout since Conrad Flynn did so against Northern Colorado on March 20, 2009. Rizzotti hasn't pitched competitively in almost two years.

Female Performer of the Week

Klara Vyskocilova - Women's TennisJunior - Klatovy, Czech RepublicGPA: 3.312 - Major: Finance Klara Vyskocilova knocked off the nation's 80-ranked player in straight sets on Saturday in Tulane's 4-1 setback to No. 21 Texas Tech. Vyskocilova recorded her team-best 11th win of the season and improved to 11-4 overall in singles, including 4-2 in dual matches at the No. 1 position. Today, she turned in the Wave's lone point when she pulled off a, 6-3, 6-1, upset of Tech's No. 80 ranked Samantha Adams.

2012-13 Performers of the Week Winners
Sept. 10 Olivia Utt, volleyball
Sept. 17 Gemma Dryburgh, golf
Sept. 24 Mark Manion, men's cross country
Oct. 1 Idan Mark, men's tennis
Oct. 8 Rachel Ranson, swim & dive
Oct. 15 Ryan Griffin, football
Oct. 29 Ryan Griffin, football
Nov. 5 Cairo Santos, football/Izabela Grot, volleyball
Nov. 12 Josh Davis, men's basketball/Paige Callahan, cross country
Nov. 19 Cairo Santos, football/Kayla Alf-Hayhn, swimming & diving
Nov. 26 Ryan Grant, football/Olivia Grayson, women's basketball
Dec. 3 Josh Davis, men's basketball/Merritt Van Meter, track & field
Dec. 10 Jordan Callahan, men's basketball/Whitney Bibbins, women's basketball Feb. 18 Tony Rizzotti baseball/Klara Vyskocilova, women's tennis