Crystal (base)ball, NL edition

What do you mean the season has already started? Student writers Zane Cawthon and Joe Edmunds lay out the 100 percent accurate National League standings for 2018. NL East 1. New York Mets I’m probably stretching with this pick, too, but at the very least, the Mets will be a far better team than the […]

Women’s basketball snaps losing streak

After blowing a big lead over SMU, the Golden Hurricane finally earned a win with an upset at home over Houston. The Golden Hurricane women’s basketball team completed their two-game road trip with a visit to SMU in Dallas on Wednesday night. Early on, the game looked good for Tulsa. The offense was rolling in […]

Freshman Rebecca Lescay drives along the baseline. Photo by Dalton Stewart

Hurricane not strong enough to pierce Knights’ armor

Shug Dickson put on a show and dropped 23 points, but without much help, TU’s slide continued against UCF. The Golden Hurricane women’s basketball team could not break their losing streak this week, dropping a pair of conference matchups. Their first game was on Sunday afternoon in New Orleans against Tulane. The game started very […]

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Sports staffers split on Super Bowl picks

We thought about going with the title: “Justin and Zane get it right, Thomas and Joe get it wrong,” but we have to at least keep up the appearance of impartiality. Justin: OK, so I’m only batting .500 on “Bleacher Creature” conference championship predictions made in January 21 issue of the Collegian, but who cares? […]

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The Clairvoyant Collegian

Knowing that you get all your news from the Collegian, Justin Guglielmetti, Joe Edmonds, and Zane Cawthon have gathered around their crystal ball to predict the biggest news stories over the winter months. Duchene leads Senators into All-Star Weekend with NHL’s best record; Zane is the only person south of Canadian border who cares The […]