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The women’s team draw their final match, while the men split a pair.
With the NBA season approaching, the Collegian put the two keenest sports minds on the planet on the case. Forget the bigwigs over at ESPN, these are the only predictions that matter.
Tulsa men crawl closer to .500, while the women suffer another tough loss.
Despite a promising start to the season, the men’s soccer team has seen their season go off the rails. Meanwhile, the women’s team’s struggles continue.
Tulsa ends its nonconference schedule with their third loss of the season, putting up their lowest scoring output of Coach Montgomery’s tenure.
Tulsa’s season off to a rockier-than-expected start as they blow a 28-7 first-half lead to fall below .500.
In their first week since earning a top-25 ranking, men’s soccer suffered a loss against Brown, while the women’s team’s struggles persisted against ORU.
Men’s soccer scores a huge upset with a win over No. 1 ranked Stanford while the women’s team’s season takes a turn for the worse.