Baseball is back. Why should you watch it?

I know that for a lot of people baseball is a sport that exists, but because it lacks “action” like football, basketball or hockey along with the fact that it goes from April to October, they don’t want to watch it. Frankly I think that baseball is worth watching, but maybe for different reasons than […]

NBA MVP race heats up in final weeks

With the NBA regular season coming to a close, it is still unclear who the most valuable player really is. Some say it’s Stephen Curry, who is leading the Golden State Warriors to the top seed in a very tough Western Conference. Curry, one of the most entertaining and effective players this century, uses pure […]

Hurricane Recap

Golf The men’s golf team took first place in the UALR/First Tee Invitational on the strength of Matt Mabrey, who was the individual champion of the tournament. The Golden Hurricane beat out the Memphis Tigers by one point in their first place finish out of a pool of 16 teams. Joined Mabrey in the top-five […]

After 30 years, Tulsa’s soccer team returns

The Roughnecks have been on a hiatus of about thirty years, but are now bringing professional soccer back to Tulsa … Thirty years have gone by since the Roughnecks last played a game in Tulsa. The team is back with a surprising amount of fan support. Another big component of their comeback was their ownership […]

The Bleacher Creature

A game of inches In a DEA-style crackdown of cliches, the newest edition of the AP Stylebook has banned the use of “dingers,” “jacks,” and “bombs” in reference to home runs. Eliminating cliches from sports writing would be like eliminating apple pie from America. Simply put, the Associated Press woke up on the wrong side […]

Tulsa hosts NCAA tourny

After the first few weeks of the college basketball postseason, it is apparent that the NCAA Tournament is as wild and unpredictable as ever. In 2017, this excitement will come to Tulsa, as TU will host first and second round games at the BOK Center. The University of Tulsa, the BOK Center and the Tulsa […]

Hurricane Recap

Rowing The women’s rowing team opened up their spring season hosting Kansas State in Catoosa, Oklahoma last weekend. Though they trailed in every race, head coach Kevin Harris said, “It was a good race even though we didn’t win. I am pleased from what I saw in the team. We are technically solid and have […]

Track and field finishes indoor season with three All-Americans

While most students were on their way home or to different exotic locations for spring break, the Golden Hurricane track and field team was in Fayetteville, Arkansas competing in the NCAA Indoor Track and Field National Championships. Fresh off his win in the 5,000-meter run in the American Athletic Conference Indoor Championship, Marc Scott finished […]