The Tulane women’s tennis team saw its season come to an end this afternoon with a heartbreaking, 4-3, loss to Old Dominion in the second round of the 2014 Conference USA Women’s Tennis Championships at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center in Norfolk, Va.
Tulane's track and field program will have not one, but two opportunities to get some work in with the Conference USA Outdoor Championships looming as the Green Wave will stay in-state on Friday at the Southeastern Louisiana Lion Invitational in Hammond, La., and the LSU Alumni Gold meet on Saturday in Baton Rouge.
Elementary students from McDonogh #32 Literacy Charter School and Martin Behrman Charter School received a taste of what it's like to be a college student at Tulane University this past Sunday, April 13, as 17 Green Wave student-athletes spent the morning and afternoon with the students on the Uptown campus for Wave Days.
Tulane’s women’s tennis team opened the 2014 Conference USA Women’s Tennis Championships with a strong showing this morning by shutting out East Carolina, 4-0, at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center in Norfolk, Va.
Tulane senior Klara Vyskocilova was rewarded for her work off the court today with her selection to the 2014 Conference USA Women's Tennis All-Academic Team, as it was announced today by the league office.
With the score knotted at two in the bottom of the tenth and the bases loaded for Tulane, Green Wave freshman third baseman Hunter Hope launched a walk-off single into left field to score freshman pinch runner Grant Brown.
Tulane baseball will host McNeese State on Tuesday, April 15 at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium for a scheduled 6:30pm CT first pitch, marking the first time the two teams will meet one another since 2009.