Golf closes in on season

The two teams have combined for ten top-ten finishes out of the eighteen total tournaments TU has participated in. Among these finishes was a tournament win by the men’s team at the UALR/First Tee Collegiate Classic, led by individual winner Matt Mabrey. The men’s golf team has had a solid season thus far, finishing in […]

Football’s back

The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team held their annual spring football game on Saturday, the first event under the leadership of new head coach Philip Montgomery. In past years, the “spring game” has been nothing more than a glorified open practice. Beginning this year, the format was changed; the offense and defense was split into […]

NHL preview: Who’s going to win the Stanley Cup?

The NHL regular season has ended and the dust has finally settled over the playoff picture in the National Hockey League. The playoffs start this Wednesday, but let’s take a look at the matchups that will make up the first round. Eastern Conference The New York Rangers, the winners of the Presidents’ Trophy, will take […]

The Bleacher Creature

Inside the head of a goalie During the NCAA men’s ice hockey championship, heavy favorite Boston University lost after an unforgivable blunder by its goalie, Matt O’Connor. With 8:36 left in the third period and a 3–2 BU lead, Providence’s Kyle McKenzie floated a puck into O’Connor’s glove. Unfortunately, a bewildered O’Connor dropped the puck. […]

Hurricane Recap

Golf The women’s golf team finished 12th in a field of 16 at the SMU/DAC Invite this past weekend. Senior Alex Haun finished with a top thirty finish, with a score of 227 for the 54-hole event. The next tournament will be the American Conference Championship this upcoming weekend in Palm Coast, Fla. The men […]

Oilers make playoffs

The Oilers have clinched a spot in the ECHL playoffs with their two wins over Wichita and their overtime loss to Quad City this past week, taking the fourth and final seed in the Central Division. In December it seemed that the Oilers’ season was going to take a turn for the worst. They dropped […]

Spieth wins Masters

After finishing second to Bubba Watson in last year’s Masters, many thought that Jordan Spieth would win one, if not many green jackets sooner rather than later. It turns out, he didn’t have to wait that long. Spieth had a wire-to-wire win at the 2015 Masters this weekend, leading from the end of day one […]

Game of buckets, a playoff preview

Game of Thrones spoilers ahead As I write this article all I can think about is the “Game of Thrones” season premiere. I have so many questions I want answers to, but I have to write this article about the NBA playoffs so I guess I can combine the two. I’m going to compare each […]

Opening day in Tulsa

The Tulsa Drillers recently began the new minor league baseball season, playing the San Antonio Missions on Thursday. In the first game since the Drillers changed to the Dodgers’ Double-A affiliate, the new team beat the Missions 10–4. After a strong first inning by starter Chris Anderson, Brandon Dixon sparked the offense with a two-run […]

Bleacher Creature

Koch rallies millionaires Wichita’s favorite sons, Charles and David Koch, aren’t afraid to shell out their billions. If you’re particularly observant, you’ll notice a classroom in Helmerich Hall bearing the Koch name. Most likely, after they die, ACAC, or ACSU, or the Union, will be named after them. Poor Allen will dwindle into the forgotten […]