Posts Tagged ‘ Alabama ’

Final round surge lifts men’s golf into top five

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Mar 18th, 2005 | Category: Sports

Following a dismal start at the Conrad Rehling Invitational in Tuscaloosa, Ala., last weekend, the men’s golf team had no place to go but up. After finishing the first day in 11th place out of 12 teams, The Green Wave was looking for a challenge. A challenge was what it got.
Facing strong winds and challenging conditions, […]

Men’s tennis takes first ever Blue-Gray Classic title

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Mar 18th, 2005 | Category: Sports

Last weekend proved to be a successful one for both the men’s and women’s tennis teams with the ladies picking up two wins and the men capturing the Blue-Gray Classic title for the first time in 10 years.
After defeating nationally ranked Brown, Rice and Boise State in the first three rounds of the tournament, the Green […]

Thompson wins Tulane Invitational, leads Green Wave to a seventh place finish

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Mar 4th, 2005 | Category: Sports

The Green Wave men�s golf team hosted the 2005 Nokia Sugar Bowl Tulane Invitational this past Monday and Tuesday at English Turn Golf and Country Club.
The Green Wave could not make up the five-stroke deficit and finished with a team total of 900, seven strokes behind Notre Dame for a seventh-place finish.
Sophomore Michael Thompson�s two-under par performance […]

Harbinger Harry

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Mar 4th, 2005 | Category: Views

Harbinger Harry is mildly amused by everyone fighting to be USG president right now. Where were all these leadership candidates when the "Hullabaloo" was taking applications for editor-in-chief? Perhaps the "Hull" should consider changing the title to "president-in-chief" if they want to attract more than one candidate for the job.
Harry would actually be stirred from his […]

Distance Runners Pace track team at Twilight Invitational

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Feb 25th, 2005 | Category: Sports

The Green Wave track team showed off its prowess in the distance events at the LSU Twilight Invitational last weekend in Baton Rouge. Against competition from both Louisiana schools and Southeastern Conference powerhouses LSU and Alabama, Tulane had a respectable showing.
The Green Wave was led by junior Lisa Green, who won the one-mile race, and freshman […]

Big Easy Beat

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Jan 14th, 2005 | Category: News

Big Easy Beat
Eight La. soldiers killed in Iraq in one week
Two Louisiana National Guard soldiers were killed Monday by a roadside bomb in Iraq, just four days after a similar attack left six Louisiana soldiers dead. American officials warn that more attacks are likely leading up to the Jan. 30 elections of a provisional government in Iraq. […]

Tulane volleyball falls short of lofty expectations

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Dec 3rd, 2004 | Category: Sports

The Green Wave wrapped up another winning season under the guidance of Head Coach Betsy Becker. After closing out the regular season with a 16-9 record, Tulane earned the fifth seed at the Conference USA tournament.
The Green Wave emerged victorious in the first round after a four-game battle with 11th seed Charlotte. They then advanced to […]

Reality check for Johnson

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Nov 12th, 2004 | Category: Views

Dear Editor,
I consider myself
pretty liberal – definitely a member of the Left — and,
according to Chris Johnson in “Reality check for the
Left” in the Nov. 5 issue of the “Hullabaloo,” in
need of a “reality check.”  I’m happy to say
that I’ve had one. After some soul-searching, I’ve
decided that I agree with Republican ideology. Their support of
less taxes, states’ rights and smaller […]

Davis leads men’s basketball in senior year

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Nov 5th, 2004 | Category: Sports

An unknown freshman talent emerged onto the Tulane basketball
scene Feb. 13, 2003.
In what was then a career-high 16 minutes, his tenacious defense
down low and his fierce rebounding sparked a second-half comeback
against rival Memphis.
The comeback brought life into Fogelman Arena, even if the
comeback ultimately fell one point short.
That night, Quincy Davis distinguished himself as a freshman
with a bright future […]

Goulet leads Green Wave at Regionals

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 29th, 2004 | Category: Sports

Sophomore David Goulet advanced to the round of 16 at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Southeast Men’s Tennis Regional at the Racquet Club in Memphis, Tenn., leading the Green Wave men’s tennis team.
Goulet opened the tourney with an impressive victory against Billy Mertz of Alabama, 6-4, 6-2 and followed it with an upset of Vanderbilt’s […]

Targeting Your Vote with the Absentee Ballots

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 29th, 2004 | Category: Views

If you have your computer and a high tolerance
for MTV’s marketing, go to There you
can find out where the “Rock the Vote” bus will be this weekend,
how to sign up to join a street team, even pick up copies of books
by the likes of Michael Moore and Bill O’Reilly. Admirably,
the web page does keep […]

Home sweet Homecoming?

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 22nd, 2004 | Category: Sports

Tulane will be opening its doors wide tomorrow for the 5-1 University of Alabama at Birmingham Blazers. The Blazers are coming off a 41-25 win against Conference USA foe TCU and sit atop C-USA at 3-0. The initial BCS rankings speak for themselves, as UAB is ranked 24th.
Although Tulane has won the past two meetings […]

Harper and the boys let in the light

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 15th, 2004 | Category: Reviews

There Will Be A Light
Virgin Records
3 out of 5 stars
Ben Harper has collaborated with a lot of people in the past,
but on his sixth and latest album, Ben takes a new turn by teaming
up with 60-year-old, three-time Grammy award winning gospel band
The Blind Boys of Alabama. Harper has always had a unique sense of
soul in his rock/R&B voice, […]

Cross country faces tough test

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 15th, 2004 | Category: Sports

Facing their largest opponent field this season, the Green Wave competed against stiff competition Oct. 11 at the Auburn Invitational in Auburn, Ala. The women’s team finished in ninth place while the men’s team earned 16th, competing without junior standout Phillip Aagard, who was in Sweden to fulfill his military commitment to his country.
The women were […]

Tough test ahead in Memphis

By Tulane Hullabaloo | Oct 15th, 2004 | Category: Sports

Green Wave football is struggling.
This week, ranked Tulane the second worst team in Division IA behind winless Central Florida. The Wave is also winless in Conference USA.
Fresh off a heartbreaking 27-25 loss to an East Carolina team that had lost its previous nine games, Tulane must travel to Memphis to face a Tigers team who […]