Hurricane Recap

Softball splits in Waco Softball traveled to Waco, Texas, for the Baylor Invitational this past weekend. In the opening games the 25th-ranked Golden Hurricane played 2nd-ranked Oregon and 7th-ranked Baylor. The Ducks and Bears proved to be more than a match, with Tulsa dropping the first two matches 4–2 and 2–0 respectively. The Hurricane rebounded […]

2.2 billion people are watching … are you?

The Cricket World Cup attracts the third highest global collection of television viewers behind the FIFA World Cup and the Summer Olympics. Why is cricket so popular? The Cricket World Cup is currently taking place in Australia and New Zealand. Yes, the game that we typically refer to as, “it’s like baseball, right?” Baseball draws […]

Tip of the iceberg: the life of a student athlete

Clean jerseys, the smell of popcorn in the air and the fans starting to arrive. This is typically what is seen of a student athlete; the glory of a win and the dismal loss in defeat. However that is only one part of a student athlete’s life. Being a student athlete for the past three […]

Golden Hurricane falls in Connecticut to the Huskies

The Golden Hurricane men’s basketball offense faltered as the team dropped their second straight game, 70–45 against UConn. The Huskies started the game hot, running out to a 10–0 lead only three minutes into the game, and the Golden Hurricane never caught up. For the remainder of the first half, UConn never led by less […]

The Bleacher Creature

Excitment in Nascar? NASCAR racers Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano had a heated conversation after Saturday’s Sprint Unlimited. After bumping and grinding all race long, the racers came close to blows. Harvick alleged that Logano tried to drive him into the wall among other racing atrocities, leading to words that surely made Mrs. Harvick and […]

Hurricane Recap

Softball Goes 3–2 This weekend at the FAU “Strike Out Cancer” Tournament, the women’s softball team dropped their opening games against Michigan State (4–3) and host Florida Atlantic (1–0). While losses are still tough to take, the promising sign is that both losses were only by one run. Following the two-game slump the Golden Hurricane […]

Thunder’s McGary energizes team

Not much has gone well for the Thunder in the past 12 months. Injuries and overall team chemistry have hurt them since the start of 2014. It started with a lingering injury to Russell Westbrook that caused the Thunder to fall to the second seed in the Western Conference playoffs and face a tough Grizzlies […]

Women on best streak since ’06

With wins over the Temple Owls and and SMU Mustangs the women’s basketball team is on their first six-game winning streak since 2006. Looking for their fifth straight win, the Golden Hurricane hosted Temple on Feb. 10th, a team that is right on Tulsa’s heels in the conference standings. Temple rushed out of the gate […]